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biggest night in the race for each party's presidenal nomination. the latest information about what the uninid states is trying to do through the united nations about north korea. welcome to cbs two this morning...i'm kevin rry. rry. i'm kevin bbarry. barry.and i'm kelly d'ambrosio. d'ambrosio. let's get a check of our cbs 2 weather first forecast. the cbs 2 news road warrior..
today voters in ababt a dozen states will head to primaries or caucuses around the country. country.and with hundreds of delegates up for grabs on each side of the race -- it could be judgement day for many candidates. candidates.the most recent polls put businessman donald trump and former secretary of state hillary clinton on the verge of capturing their parties' nomination -- if they deliver tonight.the latest c-n- n national poll gives clinton nearly a 20-percentage point lead and trump is sitting 30 rival. now let's take a look at the current delegate count for the top three candidates in the republican race.trump leads the pack with 82 -- and has nearly 5 times the amount of delegates as his two closest rivals.texas senator ed cruz has high hopes about winning
syas it could be a turning point in the race. "super tuesday i believe is the most important day of the entire primary. it is an opportunity for texasasnd the ates all across the country to make a decision do you want another washington deal maker. " "there are more than 150 delegates up for grabs in texas alone.georgia offers s e next highest amount for republicans -- with more than 75 delegates. back in iowa -- governor terry branstad says he is *not ready to support a presidential candidate. candidate.but he did weigh in on new jersey governor chchs christie's decision to support donald trump last week. week. "i think it was a brilliant move... it was a strategically good move. i am not intending to make an endorsement in the near future. we'll have an
tuesday."after super ttuesday." tuesday."christie was the first former candidate to back trump's white house bid.trump also got the backing of alabama senator jeff sessions at a rally earlier this week. now moving on to the democrats, hillary clinton is hoping for a big day in the southern part of the u-s, ere she most recently won south carolina. carolina.takakg a look at the current delegate count between the two candidates -- clinton is well out in front -- but that's mostly due to her edge in super delegates -- which are party leaders who can choose whichever candidate they want. want.the latest polls show clinton leading in three key states that have nearly 450 delegates combined.bernie sanders has been campapaning heavily in minnesota -- he says that could be a key state for him to cut into clinton's lead. for the latest coverage on super tuesday -- head to our website c-b-s 2 iowa-dot-com and select "election" under the news tab.also you can watch the c-b-s 2 news ten at ten for the most up-to-date results tonight. cbs 2 news continues to follow,
vacant seat in the supreme court. court.president obama will discuss the open spot today with republican senate leaders, including iowa senator chuck grassley.the white house says the president still intendndto nominatat someone, but continues to reviews recommendations from his legal team.senator grassley, who heads the senate judiciary committee, has promised n to hold hearings fowhomever the president picks. apple received a big win in its fight against the f-b-i. f-b-i.a federal judge has ruled that investigators *cannot force the company to unlock an i-phone owned by a convicted drug deaear in new york. york.that't'comes after another judge ruled it must comply with the feds, to unlock the i-phone that was used by san bernardino attacker syed farook.says creating such software would d invadedethe privacy of f apple custumers.attorney's in new york are investigating cases involving 175 apple products, with encryptions similar to syed farook's i-phone. new this morning... rning...the u-s has now asked ththu-n security council to schedule a vote this afternoon on a resolution that
sanctions on north korea.it's in response to pyongyang's latest nuclear r st.these are the same anctions the u-s and china agreed to last week -- but a vote has been held up by russia now for several days who asked for more time t study the resolion. cbs 2 news is tracking the latest details in syria. where nato officials say the cease-fire that begin this past weekend is "largely holding." holding."nato's security general says he is still concerned about the russian military build-up in the country.russia and the u-s brokered the cease-fire -- but it's extremely fragile with both the syrian government and syrian opposition group blaming each other foror violating the truce.the cease-fire means a break in fighting for the first time in the five-year-long cival war. rit now, the city [f cedar rapids is requesting proposals for a new high - rise, multi- use building in the downtown. downtown.the location is first street and third avenue south- east, and last night, prospective builders got their first look at the plan.
showed up to listen to what city leaders wowod like to see on the site.they're asking them to consider a five story or taller building that would include housing, enclosed parking and a commerical ground floor.cbs 2 news spoke to ryan companies, who have already done alot of work down-town. " it's an exciting time in downtown cedar rapids. " " when you look at the communities that have had natural disasters like we have it's actually quite amazing - the incredible growth the incredible revival and really the repurposing of some of these areas" the deadline for developers to submit their ideas for a new building is april 29-th. it's and right now in it's degrees. degrees.just ahead...we'll take a look at the current roadadondtions in east iowa with our cbs 2 news road warrior. warrior.in your cbs 2 weather first forecast we have...
of fog in the area this morninga&-temperatures around the areaa&- taking a look at regional temperatures we see highs are mild all around iowa - the e gional satellite/rada is keeping conditions quiet - let's move ahead in time by taking a look at the midwest surface mapa&- moving into a closer view with o 'predictor' forecast we see mainly quiet conditions - today's forecast features clear skies & cooler temperatures- tonight's forecast has us looking for mainly clear & chilly conditions- the next three days show more dry and cool weather- our 7 day forecast does bring more cool weather
weeks away from spring. spring.and now is a good time to do a little spring cleaning with your budget.mary moloney has some tips for getting started. started. & st like spring cleaning y yr me -- now can be a good time to tidy up a household budget. with tax day around the corner -- money is on the minds of many.especially those who have received a refund.don't let that influx of cash throw a spending and saving plan off course.instead -- review your plan - to make sure it still fits your needs.this includes revisiting all the basics. credit-dot-com recommends evaluating all income -- calculating expenses - - identifying the places where you can cut back -- and making sure there's enough left over to stash in an emergency fund. america saves - a campaign of the consumer federation of america - recommendsdsing a digital tool like a smartphone app or spreadsheet to keep track of spending over the course of a few months to see exactly where your money is going.and then l/ck into a plan also look for areas that can
more cash to pay down high-interest debt.and while cleaning up a budget for day-to-day expenses -- don't forget to make room for longer term financial goals like retirement or college funds. for consumer watch -- i'm mary moloney it's now on this mmorning. morning.and if you're in it's degrees. degrees.coming up next...see if the cyclones could send their seniors ououin style against oklahoma state for senior day in ames.
be joining blake shelton at kinnick stadium's very first concert.right now -- there are a handful of artists already on the line up -- including hawkeye quarterback c-j beathard's brother -- tucker. the event will be on august 27-th -- one week before iowa's home opener against miami of ohio.be sure to tune in to fox 28 morning live for the latest details on this story. a week-long social media competittion will highlight some of the best restaurants the area has to offer.starting today, through sunday a handful of restaurants in cedar rapids are offering new 10-dollar lunch and 25-dollar dinner specials.customers then can vote for theirfavorites online.you can find links to vote on our websisi, cbs 2 wa dot com. and the results are in for iowa city's top chef competition.hundreds of people packed the hotel vitro last night to get a taste of the food -- drinks and desserts. cbs 2 news has the results: results:dumpling darling took home the people's choice award for top chef.the mill won the
mixologist.pullman bar and diner r claimed the top chef prize in the judges category. mickey's irish pub was picked as top mixologost. they say all good things must come to and end -- and tonight was the end of an era at hilton for the cyclone seniors --- mainly -- georges niang -- he's the all timemeinnest cyclones -- he's 3rd in points -- 10th in assists -- you get the picture definately one of the all time greats-- iowa state hosting oklahoma state and you know it's your night when this happens -- niang -- misses the free throw -- but flushes it home -- 17 points -- 10 rebounds -- and 4 assists for him on enior nighthere's one of those dimes -- niaia with the allll-- jameel mckay -- bringing the oop -- mckay had 6 points and 10 boards then abdual nadar -- the other
points for nadar -- none sweeter than that dunk -- cyclones win -- 58 to 50 "this day was about "this day was about these three guys, and what they've done for this university and this basketball program. and then georges, 2 thousand points scored, 3rd all time leading scorer, winningest player in the history of the school." "the support, the love, the real love that i felt here i was afraid for that to happen one last time, i think i put my all into this place and i'm content with closing this chapter at hilton because i left everything i had out there." a year ago -- the springville girls were the darlings of the state basektball tournament -- the orioles flew all the way to the 1-a final before their magical run came to an end -- this year -- they entered with a mission -- bring home a title.o's taking on kingsley pierson in the quartersand
wagamen finds rylee menster breaking free -- she lays it up and in for two of her 16 pointsand nobody could stop mikayla nachazel -- 24 points 10 boards -- springville moves on to the semis for a title game rematch against newell fonda. fonda."we've really been trying to get them to trust what we do, the way that we move the basketball and trust our defense, not have to worry about winning and losing and the scoreboard...but if we just run our stuff and do it well the game is gonna reward that. it did barely tonight but it's great to get that one out of the way it's fun to know that we're gonna get back and get to play another one." turkey valley making their first trip to state -- trojans taking on mount ayrand they jumped out of the gates -- morgan kennen -- spots up and splashes home the three -- kennen finished with 9 points and shelby ryecks -- was simply un-guardable -- the drive for 2 to beat the buzzer
high 17 from ryecks -- as turkey valley wins there first ever game at state. state."it feels amazing because we've been thinking about this forever, literally since we were probably third graders so it's a great feeling." feeling.""very exciting.. thrilling. ofcourse this is the girls team has made it to state for our school and now we are the first team to get the first win so very exciting."trojans get the winner of kee and burlington notre dame -- hawks also making their first apperance at stateananthey showed off their passing -- ashley schartzhoff uses the bounce to a cutting kendra cooper -- for the easy ducethen later -- mikayla gavin to makayla wallace-r -- the mikayla to makayla connection combined for 24 pointsbut it wouldn't be enough -- burlington notre dame ends kee's season -- 56 to 44.in boys hoops -- wahlert looking to keep their 3 peat hopes alive -- taking on waverly-shell rock in their
ew out to start the third -- riley till on the drive -- he kisses it off the glass -- wahlert led by as manys 9 w-s-r would come all the way back -- austin phyfe -- hahaa momoter game -- 20 points -- 12 rebounds -- that bucket gave the go-hawks their first lead since the first quarter but down the stretch wahlert hit 9 straight free throws to head back to statete- 50 to
adele's album 25 is still ruling the billboard 200. 200.this week marks her 10th nonconsecutive week in first place. place.this comes after she won four brit awards including british album of the year last week.her latest album sold more than 80 thousand copies just this past week-according to nielsen music. music.rihanna's latest album "anti" came in at number two. her latest single work is number one for the second week in a row. good morning again -- it's now right now it's degrees in after the break...we're watching your road conditions this morning after a night of
cbs 2 news is tracking the latest details on the man who could be the xt leader of campus safety. safety.right now he's accused of ininrfering with a criminal investigation. investigation.cbs 2 news reporter stephanie johnson is digging deeper into this - and joins us here in the studio wi more. this case involves acting public safety director, david visin.last june he allegedly tried to cover for his stepson in a drunk driving hit-and-run incident. incident.according to records, visin took 33-year-old sean crane from the scene before he
repeatedly refused requests from a county deputy to pull over so his stepson could be questioned. and he blamed his actions on low blood sugar levels from diabetes. diabetes.in a statement released by a spokesperson for the university...visin released information involving the incident to senior v-p of finance and operation...as of now, the university is not aware of any charges against himim him.m.sin's stepson, sean crane, pleaded guilty to an o- w-i charge in december.he paid a fine and completed court ordered classes. classes.right now, it has not been decided if visin will become t t permanent director of thehe public safety office. stephanie johnson, cbs 2 news. stephanie thanks.if you're wondering why the story didn't come out until now -- it's because the associated press just recently got the court documents.s.hnson county attorney janet lyness apologized for the delay -- but only after the a-p threatened to file an open records complaint. a months long manhunt for a shooting suspect in now over. over.u-s marshals captured
the cedar rapids man faces attempted murder charges related to a september shooting that injured one person.smith is ing eld in an illinois jaja and will soon be extradited back to iowa. a judge has granted a new trial for a waterloo man manwho was already convicted of fatally shooting a teenager. teenager.25-year-old perquondis holmes appealed his convicted -- saying jurors were shown facebook photos that suggested he was apart of a gang.he argued that the photos violated an earlier court ruling that references to gang violencecewould be kept out of the trial.a new date hasn't been set but it will likely be scheduled in about 60 days. happening now in lisbon - -police are investigating a ring of vandalisms..last summer, the city park was vandalized and the suspects were never caught.now, someone tagged two more businesses and school just in the past week. all three buildings were spray painted and one car was egged. city officials want anyone with information to call crimestoppers. new details this morning from a school shooting in oo.
canceled today in a school district just noror of cincinnati. cincinnatitiolice say a 14- year-old boy injured four students when he started firing in the school cafeteria. right now -- authorities say they aren't making the motive public.the four students are all expected to survive. new developments in north carolina... carolina...where angry crowds protested in raleigh after police shot and killed a man they say they were trying to arrest.it happeped just after noon monday but crowds still packed the streets well into the night.police say the suspect was wanted on drug charges and had three prior drug convictions.the suspects mother says her son wasn't armed but authorities did find a gun near the body.north carolina state investigators are reviewing the shooting. a former cab driver accused of murdering two virginia college students is expected to plead guilty tomorrow.jesse matthew is due in court and is charged in the murders of hannah graham -- who went missing in
who vanished in 2009.without a plea deal -- matthew could have faced the death penalty. he's already serving a life sentence for a sexual assault. sportscaster erin andrews gave emotional testimony, breaking down on the witness stand on monday. andrews is currently suing the man who video taped her nude from a peep hole in a hotel room in 2008.michael barrett served two and a half years in prison for the crime and said he committed the crime because he need the money and intended to sell the video.andrews told jurors on monday it ripped her apart knowing that some people in the media thoughthtthe nude videos of her posted on the internet were a publicity stunt. "either i get a tweet or somebodydymakes a comment in the paper or someone sends me a still of the video to my twitter or someone screams it at me in the stands and i'm right back to this." this."andrews is suing barrett and the owner and manager of the marriott hotot at vanderbilt foror5-million dollars.the hotel companies say barrett is solely to blame. the iowa hawkeyes dropped *8
slide.the hawkeyes have dropped our of their last five games including three in a row.they're now ranked 16-th but can right the ship tonight against inana at 8.iowa state also dropped a few spots to 21. and last night -- the cyclone seniors played their very last game in hilton coliseum -- including georges niang- who will surely go down as one of the all-time great iowa state basketball players.niang scored 17 points and picked up 10 rebounds in his final home game.fellow senior abdual nader dropped another 19 points -- clones beat oklahoma state 58-to-50. happening today, american astronaunt scott kellyill be returning to earth. earth.kelly's 340-day long mission will l d when hhand two russians will land in kazakhstan.when he lands, he'll participate in a series of physic and medical tests that nasa considers *crucial prep work for future mars explorers.you can watch his return tonight live on nasa t-v at around 10-25. we have a
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main weather- your planner shows what's ahead for the next hours- plenty of snow in ne iowa this morning- with some tricky travel through the mid-morning hours- now a live look outside courtesy of our temperatures around the area are cooler with gusty nw winds - the current winds around our again today- taking a look at regional temperatures we see are going to stay chilly the rest of the week- the regional skies later today- let's move ahead in time by taking a look at the midwest surface map- moving into a closer view with our 'predictor' forecast we clouds moving outhis afternoon- today's forecast bring us morning snow followed by clearing skies- tonight's forecast will be partly cloudy and cold- tomorrow will feature mostly sunny skies- our 7 day forecast cools down
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blind eye totosuspicious transactions. also at the geneva auto show, bugatti says it's about to break the record for the fastest car in the world. world.it's called the chiron and bugatti promises it to be faster and more powerful than all its previous models.the french carmaker is known for igh-performance super cars.we still don't know *how* fast the chiron can go -- but its been capped at 260- miles-per-hour for road use. bugatti says it's already sold about a third of the 500 chiron series cars it plans to make -- one car costs a base
it looks like nasa is investing in supersonic jet travel. travel.the space agency has granted a 20-million dollar contract to lockheed martin to develop a passenger jet that can fly faster than the speed of sound.nasa says the plan is intended to make flying safer, greener and quieter.supersonic commercial jet travel ended more than a decade ago with the grounding of the concorde. concorde planes were high maintenance nd required a lot of fuel and special parts. interest in the concorde also plunged following a fatal crash in paris back in 2000. cbs has cast the new nancy drew for thier new show called "drew." "drew."sarah shahi has s en cast as the now 30 something year old sleuth. sleuth.right now shahi stars in the cbs crime show person of interest.this nancy drew will be a member of the nypd and it will also follow her personal life.so far a pilot has been ordered but rumor is
order.cbs president glenn geller has been very vocal that they wanted to cast a diverse actress to play nancy drew.shahi is of spanish and iranian descent.he's also said with all of their new shows they will be casting color conscious and trying to make efforts to be more diverse. it's right now it's degrees in coming up next...in a story you'll only see on cbs 2 this morning -- travel across the state to explain both sides of a lawsuit that sparked one of governor terry branstad's biggest legislative
of snow in ne iowa this morning - with snow-covered roads causing some tricky travel through the mid-morning hours- moving into a closer view with our 'predictor' forecast we clouds moving out this afternoon- today's ffecast bring us morning snow followed by clearing skies- our 7 day forecast cools down with
one of the biggest one of the biggest proposals during governor branstad's condition of the state address this year was his clean water initiative. it extends a one-percent sales tax used for education for 20-years.the same amount of money that has been going to education will still go to the schoooo -- but y additional funds will be directed to water quality projects. projects.in a story you will see only on cbs 2 news, anchor kevin barry explains at least part of the reason the governor is focusing his efforts in that direction. this all starts with one of the most recognizable parts of iowa -- it's farm land.it's millions of acres of row crops wouldn't be possible if not for sometimes complicated drainage systems eping iowa farmland from becoming swamps. but run-off from the farms carry harmful chemicals --
state's rivers -- and a des moines water works lawsuit is trying to make a handful of small pieces of land in rural iowa responsible for taking that nitrate out. out. this is the origination of the main open ditch of drdrnage district 2 and 51.they carry water in calhoun and sac counties in rural northwest iowa -- they eventually run into the racoon river -- and district 2 and 51 are partially ground zero for the des moines water work lawsuit saying districts just like these are polluting iowa's water -- way too much. much. their whole message is that agricultural drainage is a public nuisance. that's what the law suit alleges.kristine tidgren at the iowa state center for agriculture law and taxation says these specific districts are targrged because there's nothing else around that could be putting nitrate into the water -- except agriculture.run off created by farmland is one of the only
clean water act permits regulating what gets put into water supplies -- and charging a fee for it.bill stowe at des moines water works says it's time for that to change change. des moines waterworks has expeririced highghitrate levels for the last 25 years. we built the world's largest de-nitrification facility now about 25 years ago so that has been a long and persistent problem for us.stowe says in 2015 -- des moines water had to take nitrates out for a record 177 days. days.is is a denitrification facility built about 25 years ago.it's an expensive process -- that cost 1 and a half million dollars in 2015 - and needs to be replaced now -- because salt-based process corrodes the equipment and it's getting older.stowe says the price tag would be around 80 million dollars -- and with the ghest nitrate t- concentrations ever being found in the des moines and racoon r rers -- stowe says it's not right to keep pushing that cost on to consumers.
producers upstream who are pushing that pollution down to us should either stop polluting or pay to remediate it.in any other part of the law -- that would happen outside the courts.but not for the rural -- agricultural drainage districts. districts. you cannot sue a drainage district fordamages s because they're not that type of entity.kristine says the iowa supreme court has upheld this idea of "unqualified immunity" becuase drainage didiricts are not cocoorations and don't turn a profit -- they're just pieces of land.the people responsible for them -- in this case -- the county board of supervisors -- cabe sued and ordered to fix them if they're damaged.she says since thth don't produce any revenue -- they haven't been considered financially responsible for anything outside their own upkeep. upkeep.we believe that it's very c@ear in the iowa code and or constitution that our responsibilitiees as supervisors or trustees is for infrastructure of these facilities. we have no ability
responsiblitiy is soley on th infrastructure and maintainence of those structures.the supervisors say having to apply for permits for agriculture runoff would be like suddenly having to go to the d-m-v to get a licence to ride a bike -- it's'sust ver been done. done.farmingngs a very sympathetic and admirable trade but it's a business. there's no other business that can take a pipe and discharge into the waters of the state without being regulated. agriculture needs to catch up with the rest of the world and be accountable for it's productiti.he says a simple permitting process would do that. that.permitting does not mean that you can't discharge, it means that there's regulating and control process that's important for environmental protection.it's exactly what des moines water does.after they take nitrates out of the water -- they have a salt and nitrate mixture they put back into the river downstream -- and the cost of the permit to do ilegallllis just a cost
if famers don't want to do that -- they should get better at keeping nitrates out of the water supply. supply.this is an example of a buffer strip. rick says this strip is shows that farmers are already being responsible stewards of their land.in des moines -- state senator rob ho says attempts to help through legislation have been underfunded. underfunded.it's going to take money, it's going to take monitoring and it's going to take a cooperative structure to get there and i'm not sure the legislature is ready to go that route and i'm not sure some people aren't going to just roll the dice the hope that the lawsuit goes their way. the county supervisors for buena vista, calhoun and sac county say the nitrate they put in is just a drop in the bucket by the time it travels more than 150 miles -- past thousands of other farms -- to des moines. but since this case would be precedent setting -- des moines water says theheamount of nitrates they put in isn't the point.
-- until now.the trial is slated to start in august -- but thatat expected to be pushed back while parts of of the case are cleared up in iowa's supreme court. if you're just getting up, good morning -- it's now right now it's degrees in aftethe break...one last look at the delegate count for republicans before they head into the biggest n good morning to you. it is 6:00 on this tuesday.