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e this message. congressman blum's smear campaign -- misleading and false. the truth -- monica vernon donated every pay raise to charity and cut taxes for us. but multi-millionaire blum broke his word, keeping nearly $200,000 in taxpayer-funded paychecks. blum wasted even more of your tax dollars on himself. worse, he tried to cut medicare and raise the retirement age. congressman blum's only out for himself. right now on cbs 2 this morning...the man involved in a police shooting last night is fighting for his life - what his family is the men involved in the police shooting last night is fighting for his life right now. what his family is saying about the incident. to police officer shot and killed, stephanie johnson with that story next.
look at i-380 not really bad. a little bit of wet roads. be careful with that. >> let's check in with weather first forecaster, justin. the thunder, we have been hearing it here through the stereo. >> these will continue was about 9:00 this morning benson breaks and then a little bit more. >> 54 right now. we will go to doppler radar. light of strong storms from monticello to williamsburg. heavy rain. shower storms
everyone is dealing with light storms. here's what it looks like right now at dubuque. is a little strike of lighting right there. as we begin the day our temperatures are about in the lower 50s. in cedar rapids, great as well. we are at 54 degrees. 52 50 20 /52 a break this morning and then we will see more showers develop work the high is 64 degrees today. more in about 10 minutes. >> breaking news. des moines area police officer, actually two of them shot. stephanie is with us for more.
canceled school for the day and the suspect is on the loose. about 115 this morning a suspect shot and killed two police officers. one is from urbandale and the second is from des moines. the sergeant. of urbandale and des moines held a press conference. they said they are looking for the suspect all hands are on deck. they say they will not stop going out nd citizens. they will do what they need to do to keep people safe during this time. >> we are going to do it and keep ourselves safe. we still have to go out there and do it. there are people that expect us to come and cervical, we will do that. >> reporter: the sergeant. also believes that this suspect is targeting only police. he is asking everyone to keep a
the scene to give you the latest on this case. we will give you the most updated information all morning long. back to you. >> thank you. an update. the men in the center of his officer involved shooting is fighting for his life. jerry mitchell was pulled before tactic/attacking an officer. the officer fired and mitchell responded. mitchell is in critical condition. naacp president says he has been talking to the police chief. he just wants all the facts surrounding this incident to come out. >> what can we do to stop this process.
that should not end up in somebody getting shot. i don't know what happened. i know what i have been told. another community is concerned >> the police officer is not seriously injured. the officer in the unlocked police car has not life- threatening injuries. >> another man in the hospital in waterloo shooting. police found the man on the ground and say he was shot in the side. this is the second time in the past week a person has been shot and wounded in waterloo. no arrests have been made. the victim's identity and condition has not been released. >> we are less than one week from the presidential election. several politicians are visiting because of that. paul ryan will be here.
campaigning with from. -- rum also making a stop in waterloo and two other towns in the state, former president built clinton. he has campaigning for hillary clinton. came also has a stop -- also has a stop in dubuque. >> both she and tim have focused on that as an issue that we need to figure out what we can do. we have controls in place with respect to medicaid drug costs.
>> the candidates encourage you to vote early. polls open at seven in the morning and close at night p.m. -- 9:00 in the evening. >> donald trump had his so state university. he hit democrats hard on obama care. >> there is a difference between options and actually have insurance. if you have a $10,000 deductible, you are coming out of pocket for all of that. you basically don't have insurance. >> open enrollment is underway
right now many experts say that program may need a bailout. insurance carriers worn 1.5 million americans that they could lose their insurance under obama care in the coming months as more insurance providers abandon the program. the white house says it wants $175 billion to save the program.>> now complete, a research study linking child abuse with substance addiction. people start using marijuana. they started watching marijuana use until a person is 21 years old. results showed nearly half the children used some sort of cannabis and two thirds started using it before the age of 17.>> estate counsel is recommending
differently. teachers should be judged based on everything from our projects to test scores but not standardized scores. they say teacher should have a say in choosing which measures are used in evaluations. this is planned to be discussed in the next session. the expected point of discussion, whether paid should be link to these evaluations. right now the council disagrees with that. like pulling teeth. a dentist office is offering to buy your halloween snacks. cedar rapids smile offered its buyback yesterday. the dentist office will still accept candy donations until friday. once you get your fill caught you can drop it off there. all the snacks donated will be sent in care packages to troops
>> if we can bring a little bit of the united states back to these guys and gals that are overseas and put a little warmth in their hearts and feel -- we feel like we are the big winners. >> all those who donate will be entered for a chance to win a free mini ipad and other prizes. good morning to you if you're just joining us. it is 6:10. it is 5090 degrees and raining. this is a live look at interstate there is a little bit of rain on the road. be careful when you hit the streets. >> still ahead, the power first -- the powerful force that will
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6:13. scattered thunderstorms this morning. next round will be this afternoon and south of highway 20. just a little bit cooler today. yesterday it was in the 70s and today it will be in the 50s or 60s. that is 2 degrees above where we should be this time of year. 60 at lunchtime. more scattered showers this afternoon. high of about 64 degrees. there is a very moisture rich doppler radar. cedar rapids, light to moderate showers. heavy rain all the way back up
dubuque. light showers continue in dubuque and down to the south, thundershowers, pretty strong winds. right now in cedar rapids and rainy morning. we have had numbered -- wombles of thunder. it is -- rumbles of thunder. 52 degrees in dubuque. 48th in it is in the mid-50s in des moines and some 40s back in the midwest. everybody else is in the mid- 50s to the 60s. almost 10 degrees above normal in some spots. we will watch more showers as
chances to southern iowa this evening. overnight tonight, the clouds move out and high-pressure moves in. that will give superb weather for thursday and friday and a good-looking weekend. here is predictor. we see a little break in the moisture by lunchtime. by late afternoon more thundershowers. dozer out of europe tonight. clearing skies overnight and there is sunshine for thursday. cloudy skies got northwind -- cloudy skies, northwind. 64 in north liberty. the north part of the viewing area around 60 in postville. 63 in manchester. cloudy skies there. scattered showers and about 50% chance of a shower this
much better chance of showers is in southern iowa. again, clouds in the afternoon. 66 in iowa city and 67 in washington. here is your extended forecast. high-pressure is moving in overnight tonight and we will be nice and sunny tomorrow. 64 degrees. maybe in the mid 60s for saturday and sunday. set the clock back on our as had from saturday night into sunday morning. 62 monday, low 60s on tuesday. a small chance of rain for election day. mid to upper 50s on wednesday thursday and friday. every one of those days is in the mid-50s.
the one that was below is now above. >> look at that. >> with the water and rain that we have been getting, we have a quarter inch. >> i can't quite see it.: -- 7/10 of an inch right now. almost a half inch of rain since we went on the air at am. >> all right. it is coming down. >> 6:17. 52 degrees. >> alive look at the roads. here is i-380 . it is starting to pick out -- pick up out there. >> the epitome of a committed
two weeks ago that same pool -- poll had hillary clinton up by 12 points. in orlando, we are expecting hillary clinton to arrive at 615 tonight. -- 6:15 tonight. we expect her to talk about puerto ricans. not only can they extend the state of florida, they can also extend the >> we need help with salaries and with education.>> what they want matters. >> their votes count in the camelot.>> reporter: this professor says as puerto ricans flee their island, there are record numbers of new latino voters in florida.>> as soon as they arrive in florida, they are eligible to vote. what they have been doing is imploding the voter rolls.>>
voter registration for puerto ricans up by 30%. from daytona beach to tampa has the most concentrated puerto rican populations. that his wife hillary clinton has spent so much time there. >> she has tied her economy with the cost of healthcare and education. those notions of making everything sort of accessible to them, that is a very appealing proposal. >> reporter: only about 17% of hispanics in florida support donald trump. most of you his comments as offensive to latinos. >> we have some bad hombres here and we will get them out. >> in contrast to games -- tim kaine's ability to relate with puerto ricans will show at the polls.
important to me with this election. i feel like it doesn't matter because either candidate will represent us.>> reporter: the poll results are dramatic. that is typically the margin between presidential candidates in the state of florida. for more information go to our website. it is now 6:23. it is cooridor. it's heartbreaking, but true.
but he took millions in stock and bonuses. it gets worse. in washington, blum supported special tax breaks for corporations shipping jobs overseas and millionaires like himself. i'll tell you what i think is missing in washington -- common sense. it's about investing in jobs and our economy. it's about investing right here at home.
weatherwise not a bad start for the day if you enjoyed rainy, foggy weather. as you see it, plenty of rain out there this morning. we get a little bit of a break at lunchtime with light rain and then work showers in the it is basically the southern part of this viewing area. the first rain is moving to the east. nothing severe. we have had some good rain out of this. there is that advertised break. you will see more later this afternoon around 3:00. we put it all together and and seven-day form. that is what it looks like. 44 tonight with the clearing
for the weekend. beautiful weekend. may cool down a little bit but we will stay about normal for monday and tuesday of next week. pretend -- the 10 day trend stays normal. >> thank you. what you are about to see is the epitome of an athlete. while making of play for his disabilities. he did not let that stop him. he got up and followed through with that leg. way to go. this happened on october 21 when england faced off with pakistan for an invitational. even with thomases awesome efforts and commitment to his team, england lost.
during last month's flooding. welcome. good morning. if you are just waking up, it is a wet one. we have storms. let's check in with justin roberts. >> scattered storms stay with us until that 9:00 this morning and then we get a little bit of a break. gonna restart to the day. 54 in continuing to fall. elsewhere on the board, we find 52 in six -- ottumwa. 50 aid in iowa city. tended greece cooler -- 10 degrees cooler of north. here is satellite and radar. plenty of shower chances in the forecast this morning. not much getting further north
union area. it is the southern part getting rain this morning. we will see more showers this afternoon. everybody is in the cloud picture on the radar. here are the numbers. 56 at 90 degrees. 64 this afternoon. the full weather first for class killed. stephanie johnson is at the breaking news desk right now - with an update.? update.?jenee - governor terry branstad has issued a statementjust about ten minutes ago.the suspect in this case is still on the loose right still on the loose right now---the des moines area officer was shot around 1 thirty this morning - just down the street from the merle hay mall in des moines.
moines.mall in des moines. moines.but we do know that other police departments in iowa - like here in cedar rapids have been notified about the suspect - and have been told to be on the lookout. lookout. "we're going do what we can to keep oursleves safe. we're always vigilant about safety but we still gotta got out there and do it and we're, there's people that expect us to come answer the call and we're going to do that. that.we'll continue to monitor this story all morning long and bring you any updates.
police in iowa city - need you help finding robbery suspect. suspect.it happened at boulevard on tuesday morning. police say this man - went inside the restaurant, and demanded money.the suspect did ?not display a weapon. weapon.iowa city crime- stoppers is offering a thousand dollar reward for weapon. crimestoppers is offering a $1000 reward for information leading to an arrest work their number is on our website,
-- sliders trial. >> why did a school bus hit a commuter bus in baltimore. the crash can lead to some answers.baltimore police spokesman say the 67-year-old bus driver died. they're seeing whether that driver suffered some sort of medical emergency. investigators hope to pull video from one of the busses of the crash. alabama has now declared a state pof emergency following the explosion and fire along the route of a pipeline.and - since colonial pipeline supplies to millions of people in the gulf coast - there are now fears of fuel shortages. shortages.the emergency
allowing more gas to be trucked in.the ripple effect of this could mean higher gas prices here in the corridor. but - for those directly supplied by the pipeline - the impacts could be far worse. "this could very quickly pipeline, impacts could be bad. >> this could very quickly become a major outage that could last several weeks instead of several days. it could be much worse than what we saw in se east coast gas stations are running out of gas. crews continued to check out the damage. their results will determine how long it will take to get this back online. president. obama declared a disaster due to last month's flooding. that makes federal money
of damaged by the storms. if needed more money may be available later if approved. this the yard gavel challenge is now over. the mayor asked everyone to spend money at local shops and restaurants forced to evacuate during that flood. matt hammill takes a closer look at whether this challenge worked. >> reporter: the wall of sand bags afloat." i talked to the people who own popoli's restaurante ..they said they had their best month ever. " mayor corbett says throughout the flood zones - people posted their pictures of support - and put down some cash. " they saw a tremendous increase in sales and people would walk in and say we're supporting your business because it was flood impacted. " sykora bakery and lion bridge in czech
" squirrrrrrrsh "and brewhemia - in newbo " we were only in for two weeks before the flood , we were down for two and a half weeks during the flood." coffee shop - co-owner brad danielson says - the loyalty of customers was incredible - with a flood of new faces. faces." certain days the gavel challenge was very well received, but almost too well, because it was very very busy, but we still need the business. " "" i had that moment of happen. " at bistro on the river - brittany hannah shut down for two weeks but felt the love immediately - with more walk ins - and great dinner crowds . " i'm hoping people continue to remember and i know we definitely had a lot of faces we'd never seen before and we've seen several of those tables back within the same week. " " the businesses are grateful and im so grateful to the people and everyone had fun doing it. "
looking at all those photos sent in.the winner of the challenge will be announced later this week.they'll get to be honorary mayor for a day. right now - this is a live look at the skyline in chicago - the city is anxiously waiting for tonight - when the cubs play for a world championship..it's game seven of the world series. series.the chicago cubs came roaring back - after a three- the chic back after a 3 to 1 series deficit. last night they have a three nothing lead in the first inning. in the third, alison russell had a grand slam and that put them up seven points. >> it will test both teams. tomorrow is the day where you have to put it out out -- all
>> we watched the game with cubs fans last night who are excited to watch game seven tonight. >> it would be awesome to see the cubs win. >> the best they ever could be. it is about time. >> you can watch fox 28th. whoever wins this game got history is made tonight. the first pitch is just after 7 pm. it is just after 7:40. in a manner that it is 55 degrees and raining. gravid jacket. we have more to come but first
by the later afternoon and into the evening there will be more showers. we will move that out tonight. there is doppler radar. scattered showers continue. heaviest rains around wyoming back towards the loudoun area and dubuque and manchester. they are all things that was best they are all seeing showers. showers aplenty. 54 degrees. 100% humidity. 52 is the temperature in ottumwa. 5090 in iowa city . -- 59 in
decorah, upper 50s. plenty of cloud cover this morning. the first wave of showers and thunderstorms is moving through. we will see another way this afternoon. a cold front will move through the midwest. we will see more showers this afternoon and evening. cleaving -- clearing overnight tonight. nice, sunny weather tomorrow. we were mainly dry at lunchtime and then more scattered thunderstorms this afternoon on highway 30. company weather tomorrow. today, cloudy with storms. 66 mount vernon.centerpoint 64 degrees.
locator is 61 and dubuque is 62. the southern part of the state sees the next round of showers this afternoon. 63 monticello and in counci bluffs. saturday sunday, we are good. the temperature don't move. election day tuesday we will stay above normal all the way through the next of best through the end of next week. >> thank you. it is 6:46. i hope you are waking up in a great mood and heading out the door for a
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welcome back -- it's now we're taking a look at your??????? your??????? welcome back. it is now six: 49th. let's take a look at the daily forecast. we're going to have rain for a while. then it will start to go down later in the day come back. it's a cloudy, cooler day. is going to be in the 60s for most of us work cedar rapids 64 work 61 in ottumwa. 60s and wet today across the area. here is a live look@tran2. you can see it is went out there. rain is on the camera and you can see the headlights.
you shouldn't be late if you leave on time. one man is in the hospital in a waterloo shooting. that happened tuesday morning. the waterloo cedar files corridor say police around -- found the man on the ground. they say he was shot in the side. this is the second time in the past week a person has been shot and wounded in waterloo. no arrests have been made. the conditions condition and identity have not been released. several politician will visit our state today including paul ryan. the highest ranking member of the gop will be in waterloo. he will be with rum. he will make four stops in the state got to right here in the
he will be in clinton and hiawatha. also making a stop is former president clinton. he is campaigning for hillary clinton and will be with to mccain later in des moines. and holden is in iowa as well. she is here for a two-day trip in the state. yesterday she promoted hillary clinton's plan for healthcare and started with the cost of prescription drugs. they have focused on that as an issue to figure out what we can do. we have controls in place with respect to medicaid drug costs but we don't use that for medicare. that is something that is potentially an easy fix. >> she also encouraged people to vote early. if you wait until election day, i want polls open at 7 am and
we will have complete coverage online and on the air. >> donald trump also had a representative. donald trump junior campaigned at local universities. he hit democrats hard when it came to obama care.>> there is a ninth thousand dollars deductible, you are coming out you basically don't have insurance. >> he says his father's experience as a businessman will help revive jobs. open enrollment is underway for the affordable care act. many say the program might need a bailout. 1.5 million americans could lose health insurance under obama care as more insurance providers abandoned the program.
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po iowa shot and killed overnight. police are searching for the suspect who they believe is still armed and very dangerous. one of the cops was an urbandale police officer. they say both police officers, the other was the des moines officer, they were shot in ambush style attacks. check our website for the most up-to-date details.
over before attacking an officer yesterday. and officer fired his weapon and mitchell's car hit another police court responding. mitchell is in critical condition. his family says they don't understand how this could have happened. it is out of his character. the naacp says they want to know all the facts. they have been talking with crp key >> today there is an emergency drill for job preparation. ambulances ends students from emt and nursing and paramedic programs will all respond to a fake house fire with three adults and and infant inside with life-threatening conditions. outside it will be a rainy
zoom into doppler radar. cedar rapids down to adam osan -- mimosa -- ottumwa great. here is the bus stop forecast. 54 as the kids get dropped off this morning. a break at midday. it is 64 degrees this afternoon down to 44 with clearing skies tonight. upper 60s for the weekend. low 60s monday and a good day for election day.
captioning funded by cbs good morning. it is wednesday, november 2nd, 2016. welcome to "cbs this morning.? breaking news. a manhunt is under way in central iowa, after two police killed. >> with six days to go, hillary clinton tries to divert attention from the fbi e-mail investigation. donald trump hopes a hidden vote will put him over the top. and for the first time in centuries, researchers uncover the burial slab where jesus is said to have been laid to rest. we will show you what they found. we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener."