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right now on cbs 2 this morning...preparing for change - the meeting happening today in the white house - as the country gets ready for a new comm preparing for change. the meeting today in the white house has the country gets ready for a new commander in chief. >> the giant crowds taking to the streets who are upset about the future president. >> and iowa is a fully red welcome to cbs two this morning...i'm jenee ryan. ryan.
the world is ?still reacting to president-elect electdonald trump's big victory - taking the white house with 290 electoral votes over democrat hillary clinton. clinton.one state - michigan still has yet to be officially decided - although the end result won't change the outcome of the election either way.clinton - however did finally speak wednesday morning - telling her supporters - while she was disappointed they now needed to give trump a chance - and keep an open mind for his presidency. still - thousands of people took to the streets overnight. overnight.protests continue - over now president-elect donald trump.giant crowds came out in new york city right in front of trump tower.the scene - similar in chicago - and in other places further west - like portland - los angeles and oakland.in l-a - hundreds of protestors blocked highways and sometimes- even set fires
arrested - dozens of people last night. in des moines - hundreds of students protested the election.students from a number of area high schools staged a walkout wednesday students from a number of high schools staged a walkout wednesday morning. even though they're not old enough to vote yet, student organizers say they wanted to know the impact of how a long election cycle impacts how they feel about the turnout. >> we can all come together as a community and get our message across. about 80% of us here are not old enough to vote so our voices don't get the chance to be heard. so the point was for our voices to be heard. >> school lead are said they did not prevent the students from peacefully expressing
president obama.the president says - while they have stark differences - we must all work together now to benefit the cou. country.(president obama) "we are now all rooting for his success in uniting and leading the country. the peaceful transition of power is one of the hallmarks of our democracy. and over the next few months we are going to show that to the world." both president obama and president-elect trump have been very critical of one another throughout the election cycle. and a trump presidency is a nightmare scenario for the lasting legacy of president obama.here is a list of top priorities laid out by trump over the past several weeks. one of them - reversing every executive action taken by president obama.others at the top of his list include - ending trade deals - like nafta - and restricting public
lobbyists and calling for term limits on capitol hill. that will also start - when president elect trump formally swears into office on january 20-th.this week - crews already began setting up the viewing platform for that process.iowa senator joni ernst announced - she's taking requests from iowans looking for tickets to trump's inaugura. inauguration.for more information about how you can get tickets - head to our website, cbs 2 iowa dot com. more now on tuesday's election - the state of iowa is now red for the first time in nearly 20 years.come january- republicans will control ?both the iowa house and senate. lieutenant governor kim reynolds says this will bring new ?opportunity to debate legi. legislation. senate. lieutenant governor kim reynolds says this will bring new opportunity to debate legislation. >> whether it is water quality or tax reduction or reducing regulations or investing in children, the debate is healthy so i'm excited about the
dialogue, to have the discussion about issues that will help iowans. >> there is one vacant seat in the quad cities. that will be filled by a special election december 27th after the passing of democratic senator joe sang. it will be the first time since 1998 since republicans controlled the iowa house and senate. during this coming legislation session, lawmakers expect cutting state income taxes, approving money for water quality projects and possibly legalizing fireworks to all be a part of this coming agenda. also, lawmakers will try to reduce overall state spending and maybe even expand gun owners' rights. iowa's libertarian party claiming a big victory. presidential candidate gary johnson earned 4% of the vote. any candidate that aryps more than 2 earns what is called full stat us for that political
candidates in iowa can file paperwork now with the state before summer primaries. needs to - once again -search for a new mayor. mayor. -- that means libertarian candidates in iowa can file paperwork now with the state before summer primaries. petition to hold a special election.mayor nielsen hopes for a new face in liberty politics. amy nielsen 19:09:38 i hope that the next mayor or north liberty will be someone new >> you hope that the next mayor of north liberty will be someone new because i think that there has been so much of the same group kind of making the decisions. i think having some more new people in is really good for north liberty.
to the iowa house. cedar rapids will soon have a new mayor too. at least for a day. this afternoon, we'll find out who won the cr gavel challenge. mayor ron corbett challenges people who live here to spend money at businesses forced to close down during the flooding threat in september and october. folks were then asked to share photos while they were there with hash tag cr gavel challenge. today, the mayor will who won at 3:30. a massive soybean crop this year might actually be a good thing for farmers markets. usually when crop production is higher than expected, farmers lose money. but this year's soy crop is just a monster. in this case, that is a good thing because demand is new the roof. soy is still one of the top
the u.s. and also in asia. all about 5% of iowa's cropping already spoken for. tomorrow is veterans day and it is a time to reflect on the men and women who served in our country's military and say thank you. the freedom foundation is a group in cedar rapids that has a big impact on the veterans here in the corridor. >> rep revered class of men and women. we name parks, stadiums and memorials in their honor. but when it comes to basic needs, they are often overlooked. >> actually, veterans day is important. it is a day that the vets are recognized. unfortunately, a lot of that is forgotten after the day is over. >> but not at the freedom foundation. >> our veterans' needs are every day. that is why we think veterans day is every day.
-- a cedar rapids nonprofit for vets by vets. >> our primary clientele is the veteran that is homeless, disabled, unemployed and disadvantaged. >> we've been able to find them housing and jobs and they have succeeded. they said that we've changed their lives. you name it 3 the camaraderie each other up i mean some of these guys have ptsd really really bad some of them are not quite as critical but it's important that they have somebody to back them up. 11 its a place where the struggles a veteran can face are never forgotten forgotten being a veteran you know makes you want to help other veterans 7 joe huisinga reporting. the foundation depends entirely on
they serve.the food pantry alone helps about 80 vets a weeks you can find out more about the freedom foundation on our website at cbs 2 iowa dot com. it's and right now in it's de. degrees.still ahead - the protests in the corridor - historic election on tuesday night. >> you will want a coat as you head out and about this morning. take a look at today's weather first forecast. we'll fine sunshine and 43 degrees as the kid head to school.
good morning. let's talk about the weekend as it is only a day away. 52 tomorrow. 51 for saturday. so a little cooler but still above normal by a degree or two. then back to the upper 50s for the day on sunday. today, nice and mild. a calm day, a mild day. south wind about five to 15 gusting to 20 miles per hour. that will help temperatures above normal. here is how we roll through the morning and midday. 49 at 10:00. 54 at 11:00. 63 just after lunchtime and a high of 66 degrees. beautiful sunrise taking shape as we look over the east horizon. right now in town, 36 degrees with a south and west wind at eight meeks it feel like 30
39 in monticello. 38 in iowa city. 36 in washington. 43 at mason city. satellite-radar does not have any cloud cover upon it all the way across the iowa 99 from our neck of the woods here. high pressure down to the south keeping things calm high does drift away. behind it, a very weak area of low pressure. that brings that wind to the south at five to 15. overnight tonight, new the day tomorrow, cold front will move through. it just bring as a handful of clouds through the forecast. more so, drops our temperatures by about 10-degree. still at or above normal but not quite as far away from normal as what we'll be today. no big concerns out this at all. heading through the overnight, mostly clear.
the morning. those clouds move out. back to sunshine for the affect. it will be clear tonight and cold tomorrow night with temperatures in the upper 20 to lower 30s. -- back to sunshine for the afternoon. iowa city at 67. fairfax at 66. in the north, lower decorah. 63 at oelwein. 66 at waterloo. 65 at manchester. 64 in dubuque. your southern forecast, today in vinton, 66. 66 in monticello. 67 in tipton, in iowa city and 68 degrees in washington. three-day picture is offering up still calm and comfy weather with low 50s tomorrow, saturday. monday, more of the upper 50s
tuesday and for wednesday. veterans day obviously is tomorrow and christmas. you will be out at an event tomorrow, right? no, today at noon. >> tomorrow, i'm helping my mom and dad paint the house. that is not news worthy. today, mercy medical center has the mistletoe market. it opens up in fact, here in about 20 minutes, we'll talk to our old friend karen. >> pretty school stuff to get everybody in the mood for the holidays. >> pick a town. >> independence, let's say 37. >> honor flights take veterans
welcome back -- it's now we're taking a look at your??????? your??????? good morning. welcome back. it is 6:20 on this thursday morning. here is your bus stop forecast. this more than, 42 degrees. sunny but chilly when you are dropping off the kids for school. thousands of veterans have experienced honor flights. they are done every year including right here in iowa.
nation's capital to see the memorials built in their honor. john champion shows us how virtual reality is helping bring memorials to veterans who can't travel. >> perfect picture. >> reporter: joseph cook has seep a lot in his 92 years. the world war ii veteran flew dangerous missions in the army air corps ahead of the battle of okinawa. but the memories have not faded. >> the people that paid the real price. boy, i tell you, they were the heroes. >> reporter: cook wanted to visit the national world war ii memorial in washington, d.c. but he is not healthy enough to make the trip. >> it is really sad in a way because we as a nation, we waited far too long to build the world war ii memorial and we're losing our veterans at a
world war ii veterans this is your lucky day. >> reporter: sarah hill co- founded honor everywhere which brings the memorials to ailing veterans through virtual reality. >> this is a way to feel like they were there. >> reporter: cook was able to finally see the monument in 3-d through these goggles. >> this memorial is for him and i think to have him and to see the expression on his face, i know it meant the world to him. >> thank you. >> reporter: it is a new way to salute aging war heroes. >> that is so cool. >> this year, they will add a virtual reality tour of the vietnam wall to their cbs 2 iowa dot com.
degrees up in the cedar valley. way up in decorah, 45 currently but way little bit of a southwest brie at nine, it feels like 40 degrees. here is your bus stop school day forecast. 47 as the kids get dropped off. 6 # at lunchtime. 66 this afternoon so very mild air. weak cold front moves through tonight. we drop to the 30s. low 50s friday, saturday. upper 50s for the day on sundayment we'll stay in the monday, mostly sunny with upper 50s tuesday and wednesday. >> thank you. right now, hundreds of iowa students are showing iowa police officers their support. these sixth and seventh graders
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when we could find out if mary beth hagelin will go to court. >> plus, an update to an eastern iowa bus crash that sent several kids to the hospital. >> i'm stephanie johnson. thousands are protesting trump's election. we'll have that story for you next. >> here is a live look at i-388 you down. just a lot of company to wave good morning to. let's check in with justin roberts for your cbs 2 weather forecast which will make your thursday a good day. >> nice, mild, sunny weather as we head through the day today. it will be a little breezy out there. it is that wind that carries us to the warm temperatures. take a look at the last few hours. kind of a cool start to the
cool this morning. sunshine is coming up. it is 36 degrees with a clear sky right now. elsewhere on the board, temperatures 38 in iowa city. dubuque checks in there at 35 degrees. 39 in monticello and we are looking at 37 in washington. 43 right now in waterloo. winds south, 5 to 15 gusting to 20 today. no cloud cover out there. you will want a jacket as you head through the morning hours. the afternoon should be nice and mild. here is the planner. upper 40s at 9:00. 62 at noon and 66 at 3:00 this afternoon. we'll take a look at the weekend picture and what to plan on for the next few days coming up in about 10 minutes time. >> thank you. appear update to breaking news. the pittsburgh post gazette is now reporting one police officer killed and another injured in an overnight
times. the search for the suspect is still ongoing. they are looking for the suspect. police aren't saying what led to the shooting. cbs 2 news will continue to track this developing story and bring you updates like this one as soon as we learn anything. later today, president- elect donald trump will meet with current president barack obama at the white house. the offer was extended to help ease the transition of power between the two candidates. meanwhile, we are learning details on just how iowa voted in this election. trump won the hawkeye's six electoral votes securing 53% to clinton's 43%. out of eight solidly democratic counties in iowa. six voted for trump.
for some, the 2016 election was personal...so last night in cedar rapids, voters peacefully gathered to talk through their feelings -- and determine what the next steps should be.about two dozen people met at greene square for a love trumps hate rally... which they say is more than just a campaign slogan now... it's a promise to pull together. 30:38:29 "we are about unity and diversity and loving and are about. that is america." america."some groups plan to meet as early as next week to solidify a plan to move forward. happening today - we'll find out if the trial for a former substitute teacher will be moved out of happening today, we'll find out if the trial for a former substitute teacher will be moved out of lynn county. mary beth hag lip faces felony charges of sexually exploiting
relationship with that student to cbs 2 and on national platforms. she says it lasted several months. last month, they asked to move the trial out of the county due to the high publicity of this case. follow cbs 2 news on facebook and twitter for the latest updates on this case an her trial. an update now on a school - sending dozens of kids to the hospital. hospital.it happened just northeast year.42-year-old monte klink of arlington rammed into the bus.passengers told cbs 2 news - the bus rolled twice before coming to a stop.now - klink pleaded guilty to o-w-i second offense and two counts of serious injury by vehicle.his sentencing is set for january 18th. in cedar county - a man is in the hospital this morning after a farm equipment accident.the sheriff's office tells cbs 2 news - first
mechanicsville at about eleven yesterday morningfirst responders arrived to find a 26-year-old man stuck in a combine head.he was airlifted to university of iowa hospitals and clinics.his condition is not known right now. in marion - there's good news for your corridor commute.the roundabout at seventh avenue and seventh street opens today. today.city leaders plan to hold a grand opening ceremony at four this afternoon.they tell cbs 2 news - it's part of a long-term plan to ease congestion between sixth and seventh avenues. in cedar rapids - residents got a chance to voice their opinions on plans to revamp mount vernon road.last night's meeting at all saints school - was the third and final public forum.city leaders asked residents to ?give their input on ?designs and other opportunities for the area near 10-th street south east and 44th street south east.the city hopes to adopt a ?final plan before the end of the year. another sign of a changing metropolis has come to cedar
the first park and ride is being launched at kirkwood community college. it's part of the d-o-t's plan to incorporate more transportatio n options throughout the corridor. you can park there for free and meet up with other commuters to share a car pool. there's also a bus stop at the location. it's and right now in it's degrees.there's still more cbs 2 this morning to come.but first let's take a look at what we're working on for fox 28 morning live. live.tomorrow america will risked their lives for our country - how a simple stop on your commute can help support veterans. plus, a corridor team is offering up unique treats to help the families of the fallen iowa officers. that's coming up fox 28 morning live,
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it is weather time. sunshine as we head through the day today. a calm, nice thursday for us. dry weather, high pressure in control. and no big changes other than slightly cooler weather tomorrow. we are a little breezy as we take a look at the numbers. 47 at 9:00. 54 at 11:00 with a high of about 66 degrees. plenty of sunshine out there. nice clear sky this morning. as we look out the door, cedar rapids a quiet and clear start to the morning. overlooking collins road and players ferry as well. all seems to be quiet on the
39 in oelwein. 35 in dubuque. 39 in monticello. 38 in iowa city. waterloo at 40. we have 30s in dubuque. 30s in ottumwa. 64 at waterloo for the high. not much in the way of cloud cover at all. sat height radar being helped out by high pressure. that is done to our south and west. it will continue to move away. behind it, very weak area of sweeping through today. that is what has brought us that southern wind. now, we've got a weak cold front that moves through late tonight and into the day tomorrow. that will bring just a handful of cloud cover and slightly cooler temperatures tomorrow in the lower 50s for friday, saturday. there is predictor. as you see it, looking good. looking clear. looking calm. cool this morning. cheer tonightment we are back to sunshine with some slightly cooler air as we head through
here is forecast. we'll start in the corridor with sunshine, winds south and west five to 15. gusting to 20. numbers, 65 around central city, center point. 66 at cedar rapids, mount vernon and fairfax. iowa city at 67 degrees. in the north, low 60s around decorah and postville. 65 at manchester. 66 in waterloo. in the vinton area, 66 today. 67 in tipton. 68 in washington. nice, comfortable, much above normal weather. low 50s for the day tomorrow. if you are making man to get out and about for veterans day, we'll have temperatures around 46 degrees around 9:00, 10:00 in the morning. low 50s for the afternoon so all in all some fine weather.
bit of a chilly morning so make sure they have a jacket on. good morning to you. here a live look at i-380 at wilson avenue southwest. if you are about to head out, you have some company but not enough to slow you down . the state of iowa is now solid red for the first time in nearly 20 come january, republicans will control both the iowa house and the senate. lieutenant governor kim reynolds says this will bring new opportunities to debate regulations or investing in children, the debate is healthy. so im excited about regulations or investing in children, you know, the debate is healthy and so i'm excited about the opportunity to continue the dialogue, to have the discussion about issues that will help iowans. >> there is one vacant seat in
special election december 27th after the passing of democratic senator joe sang. it will be the first time since 1998 that republicans control both the iowa house and senate. during this coming legislative session, lawmakers expect cutting state income taxes, approving money for water quality project and possibly legalizing fireworks to be all a part of the new aend a also, lawmaker will try to reduce overall state possibly expand gun owners' rights. iowa's libertarian party also claiming a giant victory in this year's election. president kal candidate gary johnson earned 4% of the vote here in iowa. any candidate that earns more than 2% in a statewide race earns what is called full status for their political party. what that mend is the libertarian -- what that means is the libertarian candidates can now file paperwork with the state before the summer primaries. needs to - once again -search
mayor. the city of north liberty needs to once again search for a new mayor. right now, amy nielsen hold that title but she won an open new mayor - or residents can petition to hold a special election.mayor nielsen hopes for a new face in north liberty politics. a special election. mayor nielsen hopes if a new face -- for a new face to come into north liberty politics in it will be someone new -- >> i help it will be someone new. there has been so much of the same group make the decisions. i think having more new people in is good for north liberty. >> nielsen heads to des moines in early january to be sworn in to the iowa house. cedar rapids will soon have a gnaw mayor as well at least for i day.
which one of you won the cr gavel challenge. the mayor challenged people who live mere to spend money at hash-tag c-r-gavel challenge. today mayor corbett will announce who won - at need pizza at 3-thirty. a massive soy bean crop this year might actually be a good thing for farmer's pockets. usually when crop production is higher than expected - farmers lose out because prices fall. less corn out there means you'll pay more for it - situation. ?but this year's soy crop is a monster - and, in this case, that's good because demand is through the roof. soy is still one of the food trends on the rise in the u-s and in asia. of iowa's record crop - all but 5- percent is spoken for and farmers say this makes them confident in the future. tomorrow is veterans day - a time to reflect on the men and women who served in our
foundation is a group in cedar rapids that has a big impact to veterans here in the corridor.cbs 2 news reporter joe huisinga - shows us the special work they do. do. veterans are a revered class of men and women, we name parks stadiums and memorials in their honor but when it comes to basic needs they are often overlooked. overlooked. naturally veterans' day is important it is a day that the vets are recognized memorials in their honor. -- -- a revered class of men and women. >> our veterans' needs are every day. that is why we being veterans day is every day. >> reporter: the freedom foundation is a cedar rapids nonprove feat vets by vets. >> our primary clientele it is the veteran that is homeless, disabled, unemployed and disadvantaged. >> reporter: they offer help with food, warm clothing and
by other agencies. lives 10sometimes the needs are more than material. material. >> reporter: sometimes the needs are more than material. >> shoot pool, play cards, puzzle. you name it. >> the camaraderie helps build each other up. i mean some of these guys have ptsd really bad. some are not quite as critical. but it is important that they have somebody to back them up. struggles a veteran can face are never forgotten. >> being a veteran, you know, make you want to help other veterans. >> the foundation depends entirely on donations from people like you to help the vets they serve. the food pantry alone helps about 80 vets a week.
cbs2iowa.com. a group working to help adults with physical, intellectual and developmental disability is marking a milestone stud. options of lynn county is celebrating 50 years of work in the corridor with an open house. from 6:30 until 8:30, you are invited to tour the facility and chat with the workers about all the good they do. projects and animal rescue. also tonight - linn county officials want your input on what to do with options building. o-p-n architects is designing the new child development building there. they want to know how the building should look - how it might be used - what building. they want to know how the new building should look, how it might be used, what services you want to see and parking. the idea is for the building to be a neighborhood asset. the meeting is tonight at 7:00 at horizons. soy if you are looking to get out way loved one tonight, ticket are still available for
gala. the salvation army is holding the event to celebrate the red kettle campaign kickoff. there will be food, fun, raffles, all sorts of stuff going on. tickets are only $5. if you are busy you can donate money. eded for, drinks, silent auction will follow. it will albright great night. just$50. when we come back, we'll take a look at the three stories you'll need to know
here are the three stories you need to know to start your thur. thursday.happening today - president- here are the three stories you need to know to start your thursday. happening today, president- elect donald trump will travel to the white house to meet with president obama. here is awe live look at the white house. obama extended that offer to smooth over the transition of
pence, will also meet with house speaker paul ryan. thousands of people took to the streets overnight to pretest the election results. giant crowds came out in new york city, chicago, several other cities all across the country. in los angeles, hundreds of protesters blocked highways and sometimes even set fires in the streets. dozens of people were arrested throughout the entire country overnight. today, we'll found out if the trial for mary beth hagelin will stay in lynn move. she faces felony charges of sexually exploiting a student. she admitted to the sexual relationship with the student and says it lasted several months. she asked for her trial to move out of the country due to the high publicity of her case. a little sunshine on the way today. chilly this morning though. our temperatures in the upper 30s to lower 40s. 41 in waterloo and 45 in decorah.