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right now, live at five,teen driving deaths are going up for the first time in years. a team is driving for the first time years. morris coming up. let's check in with terry. a freeze could come away? >> it is expected. most of the region should be below 32 degrees the morning. we are 47 degrees at the current temperature. the windchill is 41 degrees. that is the combination of the temperature and the wind. the temperatures are -- feel like they are colder than we were 21 page 24 hours ago. it looks like this. it is 45 in waterloo and dubuque. we have high-pressure selling in tonight and it will
warning most of the region has a freeze warning. you see the colors and blue. there is a frost advisory. the temperatures may stay run 32 or 33. cover up the plants and flowers. it is going to be a cold one. spank you -- thank you. there's a deadly shooting at the police. jeremiah why and ashley steil was justified in shooting last month. bickel responded to a domestic call. arrived to find bivens fighting with his ex-girlfriend and stabbing her. the incident was not captured on the body camera. because one of the officers
office, the case was given to the state attorney general. body cameras tell a lot about the officer's actions and those of other people. law-enforcement will still -- will soon be armed with those cameras. here is why they are so excited about the new gear. joe? >> reporter: the sheriff's office has been waiting a while for the body cameras. out they are waiting for the supervisors to app looking to buy the body cameras. the cameras are designed to work in unison or -- unison with the current patrolmen this. they will upload when they arrive at the station. officer safety measure involved in this as well that we're very much looking forward to as we can capture things as they occur so that no longer do you have to you know what exactly happened there or what did we see there
on camera so you'll be able to pick it up from there. 15 15coming up at 6 we tell you what still needs to happen before the camera go out on patrol.covering the corridor in cedar rapids, joe huisinga, cbs 2 news live at five. out on patrol. cedar rapids with cbs news. young survive -- young teenagers are being killed. new information is released today shows a 10% increase last year and team driving fast. the top crash. speed remains the top reason. second is distracted driving. texting while driving. the third mistake is failing to properly scanned the road for hazards. a car could run a headlight. parents are often more guilty of bad driving. highway 100 will be opening next month.
transportation is finishing up work on the road between edgewood road in covington road. it should be open to drivers by thanksgiving. construction plans are: throw. they hope to have three lanes of traffic going in each direction near them all. they are unveiling a new plan with small -- helping small businesses. scott and he will explain how we are going to revive the area.>> the they lost a lot of revenue because the flood. they had to close for evacuations plus prep and cleanup, which cost more. today, city officials announced the creation of the small business recovery fund. it is private and corporate donations.
keep in mind this is a grant, not alone.'s recovery effort is important because small businesses drive the local economy.>> center economic strength, that is the vitality of the community.>> small businesses located in evacuation zone they may -- must show the knee. there is a link to the app -- application on our website at cbs2iowa.com. they are putting pressure on the federal government to prior toys protection rights. chuck wrote a letter to the us core of engineers. they want to know how the court decides which projects to fund and how the decide the amount
dropping, they should tell them sooner rather than later. the budget items are the clinton presidential campaign is facing more problems over emails today. wikileaks released hacked emails from campaign chairman john podesta.u-s intelligence officials say the hacks came from russia.podesta pointed out that trump confidant roger stone me, it will soon be the podesta's time in the barrel." that tweet was ?before? the hack became public. "russian interference in this election and their apparent attempt to influence it on behalf of mr. trump is i think of should be of utmost concern to all americans." americans."the trump campaign
it is not working with the russians. republican presidential candidate donald trump is now back to working with some washington members of the g-o-p. as cbs 2 news first told you on live at five - many republicans withdrew their support of trump after a 2005 video came out with trump saying lewd remarks about women.trump then told voters he is campaigning his way, saying he is now unshackled. some republicans upset over the video are slowly stti party ticket. trump says he's finished with those who now stand against him. (sot: donald trump/(r) presidential nominee/courtesy: fox news/the o'reilly factor) "i wouldn't want to be in a foxhole with a lot of these people that i can tell you, including ryan... including ryan, especially ryan." ryan."at our last count, 87 of the more than 300-governors and congressional republicans are not endorsing trump. former president bill clinton barely mentioned trump at his appearance in iowa today -
policies.he laid out democrat hillary clinton's plans for affordable college - making sure students can refinance their loans and have manageable monthly payments.he says she plans on increasing mental health care and finding ways the nation can lower prescription drug and heroin abuse.and he says clinton wants to improve education - which starts with fixing the infrastructure. sot: bill clinton 58:42:27 "we still don't have universal affordable broadbanmd in america - that's also infrastructure - and if you build it --- you will make education a lot more equal and give them a better future." this would make educational opportunities and give people a better future. >> this visit kicked off a tour in iowa. tomorrow he will be in mount vernon. we will keep you posted as the
like to connect the viewers. we reached out to the candidates and we want to have interviews not only with our station but our sister say suits. we want to hear from you. tell us what you would like to know. you can share your thoughts with us by email or facebook. more on our weather.>> we needed a jacket.>> we sure do. this high pressure will continue to go southw it is going to produce frost and freezing temperatures around eastern iowa.
misleading and false. the truth -- monica vernon donated every pay raise to charity and helped build a homeless shelter for women and children, but multi-millionaire blum promised he'd take only half his salary. then in congress, blum broke his word and kept all the pay. now he wants to cut social security and raise the retirement age. congressman blum's out for himself, not us. tomorrow on cbs 2...wearable technology is sometimes used to track and encourage more physical activity. activity.but are popular fitness trackers actually if you're logging on to check
facebook we work, you are not alone. your boss may not like the distraction. next week the social network is launching the new version called facebook workplace. businesses can be shared between employees. if you're concerned about your boss going -- viewing vacation photos, no worries. it does not connect to your personal account. you can find us on our page you can find your weather? forecast there as well. yes. you want to know. >> i'm not so sure. >> you might want to wait a couple of days. once we get through this cold snap, it should be good. but tonight will be chilly. no doubt, you have been out and about today. temperatures are down substantially from yesterday.
rapids. women northwest winds at 50 miles per hour. that is a wind chill right now a 41 degrees. there is a partial overcast and it will clear out tonight. let's look at the temperature change from yesterday. you may recall the highs were back in the mid and upper 70s. now it is in the 40s and about 28 to 31 degrees colder and parts of our viewing area. mp it is 45 degrees into core -- in waterloo. in cedar rapids. we have the wind and there's a slight chill in the air. we are also seeing this working to our western county. this will be an ingredient in our forecast tonight. we are expecting this and it will allow low temperatures to come into the lower 30s with
temperatures. that is all around our viewing area. >> this concludes our viewing area. except cyr and washington county. there's a freeze warning in effect. temperatures are at or below the freezing mark it is only a frost advisory in the southeast. temperatures will hold about 32 to 36 degrees but there is scattered you see a lot of the 40s over here to the west. the high pressure go southward during a night. it will also called the winds and clear out the skies. you can see as we go through the evening hours, the high pressure will slide in. by tomorrow morning, the skies clear and there will be frost on the pumpkins. tomorrow, the high pressure will lift off to the east.
there is a lot of sunshine and cooler temperatures. the south wind will move back and we will have a nice warm-up by the end of the weekend. the temperatures as we get to tomorrow morning, it will be 45 in cedar rapids. i going core the net. and we will have sunshine and 55 for high temperature. finally, we will get to friday. the warm air will return with 64 in that is what we can expect for the weekend. will look at the satellite. this is an impressive storm and assault badge northwest. -- is impressive storm in the northwest. we have clear skies and sunny conditions.
for tomorrow, sunny skies and crisp conditions. the temperatures are in the 50s. it is 54 in waterloo and 55 in cedar rapids. with a warm-up for saturday with 72. saturday night, there could be showers or storm's. look at next week. it will be 67 degrees. it will be cold and noticeable. cover up the good advice. a 5:00, they were proposing changes to make your experience better and how they are playing -- planning to pay for the upgrades. we are looking at the paul whether that is in full swing -- we are looking at the fall
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to charity and helped build a homeless shelter for women and children, but multi-millionaire blum promised he'd take only half his salary. then in congress, blum broke his word and kept all the pay. now he wants to cut social security and raise the retirement age. congressman blum's out for himself, not us. when my dad got the contract with donald trump, it was huge for our business. there was never any question about the quality of work... when you're a small business, a big contract is everything, i mean, it's huge. but...if you don't get paid, it's devastating. if he treats the american people like he treated my father, on the trump taj mahal, we're...we're in trouble. the whole country's in trouble.
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an italian winemaker says these notes create a better wine. the owner started pumping mozart into a in a tight winemaker save these notes create a better wind. the owner started pumping most part in the vineyard. he found the grapes were bigger and had more sugar. he started serenading the grapes all day long. scientist i turned into a laboratory to study what is going on. they say the suspect the vines may grow towards the speaker because the frequencies were -- represent running water. it also keeps harmful bugs and birds away from the great -- grapes. we are in the weather center for the forecast. >> your jamming over there. >> it's not exactly mozart.
whatever works. >> you've got a. >> the supplies are starting to cool to the west of us. that is key because when you lose the clouds use the blanket the keeps the warmth and. by tomorrow morning, we should see raising temperatures over much of the area. but the wretch of us are in a range of 30 to 32 degrees. freeze warnings are out for much of the area. after goldstar, nice day which is a little crisp but lots of sun and 55 for high
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captioning sponsored by cbs >> pelley: 27 days to go. 27 days of this: >> his campaign said today tathey're going to use a "scorched earth" strategy. >> this wikileaks stuff unbelievable. they attack catholics and evangelicals. >> i think the most important thing in the next four weeks is that we let trump be trump. >> pelley: also tonight, north carolina braces for a new round of flooding. >> there's nothing i can do. i mean, just stand here and watch and wait and pray. >> pelley: gayle king with the widow of keith scott, fatally shot by charlotte police. >> he had no gun. he was not a threat.