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right now on cbs 2 this morning...the official plea from the former substitute accused of having an inappropriate realtionship with a corridor student. the next step for an iconic cedar rapids restaurant heavily damaged by a fire. the johnson county effort to make sure fewer people go to bed hungry. welcome to cbs two this morning...i'm kevin barry. barry.and i'm kelly d'ambrosio. d'ambrosio. let's get a check of our cbs 2
a developing story this morning - -a former substitute teacher at cedar rapids washington high school now says she's not guilty of having an inappropriate relationship with a student. student.mary beth haglin entered the written not guilty interviews with cbs 2 news - haglin admitted to sexual contact with the student.she's charged with sexual exploitation by a school employee.haglin says the school tried to cover up the co. controversy.long-time washington principal doctor ralph plagman and activities director michael johnson resigned from their positions -- along with district human resources officer jill cirivello.this week -- ?district leaders completed their investigation into the
district procedures were not followed.haglin will face a judge in november. a popular restaraunt is now moving forward after it was damaged by a fire.starting tomorrow rileys will be serving up its usual breakfast - just down the street at daisy's garage garagethe two restaurants have the same owners.most of the damage was contained to the kitchen and dish washing area. other parts of the building have smoke and water damage but owner richard penky hopes they will rise from the ashes 18;04;35;27 people love this location it's so icic the owner of the building john albert would love to have us stay here and we think it would be good if we could make it all work and have the support of the community to continue right here but to give us a couple of month breather while we try and rebui. rebuild.while they wait to see if they will re-build and re- open rileys location on first avenue- they want to make sure their staff, still have a job.. at least seven children are recovering this morning - after their school bus crashed into a creek.it happened just after three wednesday near
the clark county sheriff's office says the bus was traveling near squaw creek when it slid into the water. everyone is expected to be okay right now - investigators say heavy rains may have played a role in the crash. hillary clinton and donald trump were in their first joint - candidate event of the general election.the two nominees appeared back to back at the commander-in-chief forum in new york city. city.the topic was national security.we're still about two weeks out from the first presidential debate -- and during the forum -- the candidates were asked not to attack each other -- and stick to their own policy plans. donald trump says after getting his first intelligence briefings -- he's convinced military leaders do not support the current u-s strategy. "our leadership, baack obama, did not follow what our experts and our truly, when they call it intelligence it's there for a reason, what our experts said to do and i was very very surprised in almost every instance and i could tell i have pretty good with the body language, i could
leaders did not follow what they were recommending." "trump also refused to reveal his plan to defeat the terror group isis -- and said he doesn't want to broadcast the plan to his enemy. his rival - hillary clinton spoke first.she says her time in the situation room during key moments makes her the most qualified to lead the nation's military.but also admitted it was a mistake to vote for the iraq war when she served as a senator in new york.clinton promised to never send troops back into iraq hillary clinton: "we have to defeat isis that is my highest counterterrorism goal." --butted to--"they are not going to get ground troops. we are not putting ground troops into iraq ever again and we're not putting ground troops into syria. we're going to defeat isis without committing ground " troops."clinton was also asked several questions about her
said it was a mistake to use a personal email server - but also said none of the emails sent or received by her had a header that showed them to be confidential. congressional democrats have now released an email exchange between clinton and former secretary of state colin powell. powell.it shows powell did advise clinton to use a personal email server just two days after she was sworn in. powell has previously pushed back against the idea that he gave clinton advice about a private email account.back in july -- f-b-i director james evidence to charge clinton with any wrongdoing -- but he did call her actions extremely careless. right now -- there's a warrant out to arrest green party presidential candidate candidatejill stein.she's accused of spray painting a bulldozer -- you can see it here in this picture.stein was charged with misdemeanor criminal trespass and mischief charges.this was at a protest of the dakota access pipeline -- which will cross 18 counties in iowa.the standing
protest.stein to the protest. protest.stein tweeted this photo out yesterday with the caption " the dakota access pipeline is vandalism on steroids." the g-o-p nominee from 20-12 wants a third option on the debate stage: libertarian gary . johnson.mitt romney went to twitter - saying he hopes johnson and his v-p candidate bill weld get enough support to make the debate stage. current rules state he will need an average of 15-percent support in five national polls to make the stage.the most recent surveys - have the just under 9 percent.romney made headlines earlier in the election cycle - criticizing donald trump. president barack obama is now trying to calm tensions in south-east asia -- specifically in the south china sea. sea.right now -- the president is in laos meeting with the association of south-east asian nations.he said he realizes a recent u-n tribunal ruling against china increased tensions -- but he stressed the issues need to be resolved peacefully.he's also pushing
partnership free trade deal that still needs ratification in congress. shoppers are saving a little here and there at the grocery s. store.increased supply is a big reason why prices for all kinds of goods are falling.and demand for american goods is down overseas.the price of eggs, meat and milk are all down compared to this time last year.but those low prices are hurting farmers.the government is already trying to boost the dairy industry by buying up millions of dollars worth of cheese to give to food banks. despite lower prices at the grer seven people in johnson county do not have enough to eat. volunteers went to the fairgrounds yesterday to try to pack 20-thousand meals.they worked in team assembly lines to make it happen.the roughly three thousand pounds of food will help local families. we're focusing on hunger and also this morning we're packaging cinnamon apple oatmeal, since research shows that children who have a healthy, nutritious food are also more ready to learn at sch.
roughly three thousand children lost their parents on . nine-11.and for many - the trauma of that day has followed them into adulthood. fifteen years later, brooks silva-braga caught up with one of the children of nin. nine-11. before matt van auken moved to portland, oregon from new jerseya& he finally did what
visited his father's name at the world trade center memorial (sot matt van auken)i just stood there for a while and let it come out// i was like, now i can go, now i can leave the visit that finally helped him make peace with his father's death was twelve years after 9/11.we first talked to matt as the first anniversary approached.(nat) claps. jesse!he was a rebellious 15 year old with big plans.(matt van auken, august 2002)i've had sort of my dream of being a doctor// i succeed so he would have been happy to see me grow up and go through medical school and pass all my classes and just make a lot of money and be happy(matt van auken)brook: so how did that dream turn out? matt: it turned outtoday, doctor van auken is in his final year of medical residency.natbut his reasons for practicing medicine have changed. instead of a lucrative specialty, he decided to become a family doctor.(sot matt van auken)the moments of healing after my
said // man this sucks and sat with me.brook: and you want to be that for someone elsematt: yeah.matt says he found peace through daily meditation and yogaa& and annual letters to his dad.(sot matt van auken) nns-ncorrespondent: brook silva-braga contains handout photos from family(intro: roughly 3000 children lost their parents on 9/11 and for their parents on 9/11 and for many the trauma of that day has followed them into adulthood. fifteen years later, brook silva-braga caught up with one of the children of 9/11)(pkg)before matt van auken moved to jerseya& he finally did what he had long avoided and visited his father's name at the world trade center memorial (sot matt van auken)i just stood there for a while and let it come out// i was like, now i can go, now i can leave the visit that finally helped him make peace with his father's death was twelve years after 9/11.we first talked to matt as the first anniversary approached.(nat) claps. jesse! matt and his wife live in washington where not only does matt practice, but also
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here's a look at some of eastern iowa's top stories -- on this morning... a cedar rapids man is now accused of sexually assaulting a woman inside of the jimmy john's in downtown iowa city. 20-year-old grant ajango walked into the women's restroom and locked the door behind him.police documents say he then slammed a girl against the wall - and assaulted her.the victim was able to text for help - and employees broke into the bathroom,the suspect tried to run but was caught and held by the employees until police arrived. linn county is now just one step away from increasing the minimum wage. the board of supervisors passed the ?second reading of the ordinance wednesday morning. if it passes -- the minimum wage will increase one-dollar each year over the next three years to 10-25 an hour.the first bump in pay would take effect in january.the final vote to
for monday morning. a 100-year-old iowa city home is now being considered for the national register of historic places.the home - located on west park road will be reviewed by the iowa city historic preservation commission today.after the meeting, the commission will forward its recommendations to the state historic preservation office.built in 19-17 - the home blends tudor revival and craftsman-style elements from the 19th and 20th centuries. to the iowa state lost last week. yes, iowa state has a new coaching staff and is "rebuilding." but iowa state also plays in the big twelve... and if they're to have any chance of competing there -- they've had to develop a spread offense -- and seeing as the more pro-style miami of ohio tallied four-hundred- and-twenty-four yards against the hawks -- they'll have to step up their game against the
cyclone receivers... receivers..."don't kid yourself -- matt campbell knows with a running back like mike warren that if you can at least establish the run -- and miami did that last week -- iowa state knows that if you can do that, it makes that passing game all the more lethal.... gotta find a way to get more pressure on the quarterback. there's a reason miami threw for over two- hundred yards... force them to get happy feet, and make some throws he doesn't wanna throw." and don't forget -- you can catch "i on the hawks," a full breakdown of this week's game every thursday on our sister station fox 28.... bearing the iowa state offense just described in mind -- the panthers now turn their attention to what coach farley calls a true "up tempo" offense....and that doesn't just mean montana goes no huddle -- the griz scored forty-one points in their season opener -- and return their quarterback and top two backs ... but just as u-n-i has quickly refocused on this
saturday..."there's not a definition of no huddle. a lot fo people spend as much time in the huddle as people spend in no huddle.... the objective i believe is to get ninety snaps a game plus. and if that's the case then you know percentage wise you gotta do a great job to get back, get focused, get lined up. whether you just made a great play or just made an error. that's where the challenge and that's where the focus is." on the ice -- former waterloo blackhawk san jose sharks captain joe pavelski -- has been named captain -- sensing a trend there? -- of team u-s-a. they're in action later this month at the world cup of hockey in toronto...rain, rain, can't keep the midwest league playoffs at bay...top of the third -- zander wiel single luis arraez scores, 3-0 kernals earlybut the rattlers rallied -- lead at one -- chopper to second -- the throw to home is -- not in time!luis aviles scores -- all tied up
-- jj ferenandez with one of four triples on the night for c-r -- score x to x in the xx.... cbs-2 news connects with the corridor.call us with your story tips at 1-800-222-kganor email us at news at cbs2iowa.comor connect with us on facebook - kgan cbs 2. the cbs two community calendar is brought to you by collins
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bruce long and ongoing battle with depression in his upcoming autobiography-- --it will also be vanity fair's october cover story. story.the rock icon has treated his clinical depression with talk therapy and antidepressants. springsteen says he worries his depression will become unmanageable, like his late father's mental illness.and he says his depression has "crushed" him for years at a ti. time.the memoir, "born to run," comes out later this month -- just days after his
good morning again -- it's now right now it's degrees in coming up next...the ohio college leading the way with the first completely gluten free dining hall. hall.you're watching c-b-s 2 this morning -- covering th corridor. the wind brought water to prairie farms. then windmills went away, but the wind remained. chuck grassley thought it
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family and friends of a cedar rapids teen gunned gunneddown one year ago gathered again to remember him. him.one year ago last night -- 15-year-old aaron richardson was found bleeding on 16-th street southeast.he died at the hospital. hospital.days later -- 14- year-old robert charged with richardson's killing.in december -- humbles pleaded guilty to involuntary manslaughter.he is now being held in juvenile detention. richardson's death was one of many shootings last year in cedar rapids. rapids.and now - one year later - the community is calling for change. change.cbs 2 news reporter stephanie johnson joins us to explain. explain.guys - the people closest to 15-year-old aaron richardson say they hope his death is a wake-up call to end gun violence in the community.
gravesite to celebrate his life...and reflect--- on the past year without him. richardson's mom says there have been ups and downs for her and her family...but ultimately, she hopes her son's death was not in vain. "it's going to take a community, everybody as a whole to change. it's not going to take just one person or one person saying something, we all have to do so" something."in 2015 the cedar rapids police department responded to six homicides...so far this year, there have been three manslaughter charge.stephanie johnson cbs 2 news. we're learning new details of the tense plea negotiations that resulted in the discovery of jacob wetterling's remains. remains.wetterling was kidnapped, sexually assaulted and murdered 27-years ago.the man suspected of killing wetterling - danny heinrich - agreed to plead guilty to one count of child pornography in exchange for a maximum sentence of 20-years in prison.
didn't have enough evidence to go for murder charges. "the bind we were in...we believed he was the one who did it...but we didnt have the " proof..."if henrich would have been convicted of murder - he would have been sentenced by laws on the books in 19-89 - and would have only served 17- years behind bars.attorneys say the wetterling's agreed to the deal last week.the family says they were hoping the deal would lead to a confession - because they simply wanted closure. this morning -- there is controversy over casting in the corridor. theatre cedar rapids released their cast list for "tribes." "tribes."the main character in the play is deaf -- but the actor that's portraying him is not.people on social media and the local deaf community are upset and some are claiming it's an example of discrimination -- others compare it to blackface. leaders with theatre cedar rapids say they advertised for auditions everywhere they normally do and reached out to an organization involved with the deaf community. but no
im sorry we didnt get some deaf actors, that would have been a truly wonderful thing. but we didnt so we had to make a decision. tribes premiers october 21st. an american sign language professional is consulting and helping with the play. after every sunday matinee -- a theatre crew and an interpretor will host a post show discussion about this controversy. right now - the new university of iowa children's hospital is putting together its final additions. designs were drawn feel less stressed.the new building is completely patient driven with one of the key features being single patient rooms.leaders of the project say they will also be training the hospital team so everything goes smoothly when they're moving the kids to this new building. 20:38:44:17 between all the neonatal and intensive care unit rooms and the pediatric icu rooms and our med serge we have 183 beds enabled - ready to go to serve their needs. needs.the 360-million-dollar project is on track to be
seeing the hospital - public tours will be held on on november fifth and sixth.it officialy opens this december. a new dorm at the university of iowa set to open next fall could be named after one of the first students to receive a master's degree in fine arts at the university. university.elizabeth catlett was the first african american woman to get the degree back in 19-40.the plan to name the new dorm after her was proposed yesterday and is expected to be approved by the board of regents today. today.the residence hall is being built a few blocks away from the i-m-u on madison street along the iowa river.it will house just over a thousand students -- making it the largest dorm on campus. kent state university in ohio - is now the first college in america - to open a dining hall that's 100-percent gluten-free.about one percent of americans are affected by celiac disease.that means gluten - the protein found in wheat and grains - can make them sick.the hall is also for anyone who chooses a gluten-free diet for health reasons.
the schools i was looking at didn't offer gluten free as much as kent state did. like whenever i come here for breakfast lunch or dinner its a safe environment and i can pretty much eat whatever i want knowing i won't get sick from it." it."sales of gluten-free products have surged in recent years... despite a new study saying the number of americans with celiac disease has remained virtually the same. right now - health experts say there are no known health benefits to avoiding gluten. ryan lochte has been handed a 10-month swimming ban and won't swim year.that's the punishment for the decorated swimmer after his false claims that he was robbed at gun point in rio during the summer games. brazilian police charged him with filing a false robbery report.lochte's suspension is longer than the other three swimmers that were also at the gas station that night. the n-f-l is finally back tonight -- with a super bowl rematch from last season. season.the denver broncos beat the carolina panthers last season in super bowl 50 -- winning their third title.it's a whole new season tonight --
brand new quarterback with trevor siemian. siemian.week one in the n-f-l continues on sunday -- you can watch games right here on cbs 2 and on our sister station - fox 28 - kickoff is at noon. a central iowa cat owner is thanking firefighters this morning that her furry friend is safe - after her home caught fire earlier this week. week.the cat owner actually tried to rush back into the house - but was overcome with smoke.this happened in ames - firefighters went in and rescued the cat- cleo - but it wasn't responsive. used specialized oxygen masks - that were donated to the department nearly a decade ago. it's rarely used but it helped save cleo's life. now he's improving every day. "she couldn't stand or walk , wasn't really aware of what was going on." on.""i'm really thankful i can't even put it into words really, what they did for us and saved our cat." cat."veterinarians are hoping cleo will be well enough to go home in a few days. it's
war ii.?sot? miller: my grandmother and other members of the wasps were the first women to fly military aircraft for the united states military. ?narr? erin miller was proud of her grandmother's service training the men who went into combat.?sot? miller: my grandmother's last wishes were to have her ashes inurned at arlington national cemetery. ?narr? but service in the wasps did not qualify for entry into arlington, so she had to store her grandmother's ashes in a closet.?sot? martin: that's not a very dignified miller: no, it's not a very dignified resting place but we didn't know what else to do. ?sot? mcsally: it was personal to me because these women paved the way for women like me to become military pilots later on.?narr? congresswoman martha mcsally, one of the first women to fly combat aircraft, introduced a bill to allow wasps into arlington. ?sot? mcsally: the fact that they were told they couldn't has them thinking this is one last slap in the face. sexism they thought it was over and it was this one last element of not being treated fairly. ?narr? mcsally's bill was passed and signed into law in
light in politically gridlocked washington.?sot? martin: i see a tatoo on your forearm. is that the bill? ?sot? miller: yes, this is our bill number yes. ?sot? martin: have you seen erin miller's tatoo??sot? mcsally: i have, i have. that is pretty intense. . . this is so important and meaningful to her that this was made right for her grandmother that she chose to memorialize it in that way. ?narr? elaine harmon's ashes came off the shelf and were transferred by erin and her mother into a handcarved urn. only 100 wasps are still alive and now eligible to be inurned at arlington.?sot? mcsall wanted to make this right as fast as possible for those that are still with us, so they would know, when they pass on, wherever they choose to be buried, that they have the same rights as the men who served alongside them that were in similar situations. ?narr? a year and a half after she passed away at 95, elaine harmon was granted her last wish and with it an honor she hadn't asked for -- a flyover by world war ii vintage planes. dm, cbs news, arlington
it's and you're watching cbs 2 this morning... morning...and if you're in it's degrees. degrees.coming up next...the latest features on the new version of the i-phone that have some buyers worried. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. he wears it like a crown. "make america great
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apple has rolled out its latest gadgets -- including the i-phone 7 and 7 plus. plus.the new phones are water resistant - and come in new shades of black.the tech company also boasts the phones feature more memory, a faster processor - and better front and back cameras.but the most radical change might be - ditching the audio jack. instead - headphones will either be connected to the phones lightening port or for 160 dollars extra - new wireless buds. apple is trying to bounce back from declining sales -- this was the first year i-phone sales fell from the year before.that's partly because carriers aren't subsidizing the nearly 700 dollar price tag. "the big threat to apple is
holding their phones longer, which we think is happening to a small extent. and that they start to look at the cheaper iphones and say 'that's good en" enough."at the event yesterday -- apple also introduced it's next generation apple watch -- which includes built-in gps and better waterproof features. also for gamers -- a new super mario brothers game coming to i-o-s later this year. sony is showing off its new gaming console -- the playstation four pro. pro.this latest version of the playstation 4 can play games on ultra high resolution and h-d-r t-v's.and will also be able to play "4-k" games.sony says this console is designed for hard-core gamers and expected to retail for about 600-dollars.sony's new console will compete with microsoft's x-box scorpio system, which was unveiled in june.
on ticket fraud.the theme park now requires young children to have their fingers scanned before entering the park. park.disney world rolled out the ticket verification process for children between the ages of 3 and 9 in august. older guests have already been scanning their fingers to prevent people from sharing tickets.the park says it doesn't store fingerprints but parents who do not want their children's fingers scanned can do it themselves.the scanning process isn't being used in disneyland in california. americans are borrowing more money than ever to pay for their cars -- and they're not paying the loans back on time. time.outstanding car loans in the u-s totaled more than one- trillion dollars between april first and june 30th, according to a report from usa today. overdue payments are also on the rise-- with 30 and 60 day
ago.also - more people are leasing vehicles--but experts say that could mean poor resale rates at the end of those leases in the next few years. adorable pictures are spreading around the internet of a couple that's been together for 57 years. years.the grandaughter of clemma and sterling elmore arranged a photoshoot for them. the photographer says she immediately thought of the notebook when she saw them and thought the romantic fictional story would be a fun theme for the shoot. it's right now it's degrees in after the break...the important ways airlines have cut back on wait times at the a.
getting to your flight - is getting faster. faster.the government says wait times have dramatically imrpoved over the summer - even with more people traveling.kris van cleave shows us how they fixed those long wait lines. lines. (vo)it's mostly smooth sailing at airport checkpoints these days.(nats)a far cry from what was happening just a few months ago.(sot-mos)"as you can see the airport was packed."in may it looked like it was going to be a long line for hours at some of the nation's busiest airports, causing thousands to miss their flights.the t-s-a blamed an increase in airline travel and a shortage of security officers.(sot-mos)"the skies are not friendly anymore."the agency responded by hiring 13 hundred new officers and converting another 18-hundred part time workers to full time. the department of homeland security says it worked.(sot- secretary jeh johnson/dept of homeland security)"we reduced wait times - without
summer 92 percent of travelers spent an average of just 15 minutes waiting to get through security.part of the reason - more people signed up for the faster pre-check lanes.(sot- secretary jeh johnson/dept of homeland security)"total membership in tsa pre-check is now 3.5 million today compared to about 1.6 million a year ago." (delta video)the tsa is looking for other improvements - like installing more automated lanes.this one in atlanta allows multiple passengers to collect carry on items at the same time.( administrator) "we hope to see as many as 60 by the end of this calendar year and as many as 100 by this time next year."that could be good news for travelers as the number of people taking flight continues to increase.kris van cleave, cbs news, washington. the government says people who use the t-s-a pre-check lanes have an average wait time of five minutes or less.