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video footage of the crime being committed, but there was so much more to this than the videotape itself." itself." "i thought that evidence was very strong to show that there was premeditation and when there's premeditation, it has to be first degree murder."the trial is over, but lynnsey's dad says the effects are eternal. eternal."one thing i want people to remember about lynnsey is that we will all miss that loving, contagious smile and friendly, loving soul forever. her son ashton, as you know, will never have his mommy again so any and all help for this little boy will greatly be appreciated." luerkens sentencing date is set for january 8-th.covering the corridor in cedar rapids, dora miller cbs 2 news. one person is dead and another recovering from injuries after a motorcycle crash in iowa city. city.it happened on rohret road southwest late friday night. deputies say 26-
the corridor is now home to one of the top cancer detection machines. machines.the p-c-i medical pavillion is installing the only g-e discovery pet- c-t scanner in the state. state.cbs 2 news reporter steffi lee explains what sets this device apart from other technology. traditional cancer scans show the minimum - just the organs and tissues.doctors say this new machine has the q-clear technology to catch cancers earlier because it produces a more detailed report. report. when trying to get medical answers - asking the right questions is priority one. one."how bad is the cancer, is the cancer in one spot or has it spread?"physicians' clinic of iowa's pet/ct technologist anna krug can now get patients immediate help in the imaging department. department.the first ever in iowa... iowa..."shows the actual
uptake of the cancer."this ge pet/ct scanner detects even the smallest signs of cancer and shows clearer images. images."that we're really enhancing image quality around small lesions." lesions.""the ct portion of the scan kind of brings the two images together and you have both a clear picture of where we're looking at on the body and then the pet portion shows exactly how cancerous it is."there are physical benefits too. too."when a patient's feeling very sick, they're in pain" anna says this machine prevents further pain and reduces health risks.it cuts scan times and radiation levels by half - compared to usual cancer detection machines. machines."radiation is proven to not necessarily be healthy for you, so the more scans you get, the more tests you get, done the more installation of this machine
should be finished this week. doctors hope to start using it by december first.steffi lee, cbs 2 news. patients looking for more convenient access to healthcare now have a new option. option.today, mercy care community physicians cut the ribbon on a new telehealth clinic at the hy-vee store on edgewood road in northeast cedar rapids.it's the first clinic of its kind to offer on-site, diagnostic telehealth services for the public.mercy says it's opening in response to growing demand for convenient and accessible healthcare services.the clinic will start seeing patients in a week. at the same time, unity-point is expanding on cedar rapids' southwest side.right now - the plan is to move the family medicine clinic from edgewood road to a new location next to the menard's store on williams boulevard.the new building will bring a number of new services to the area.as for unity point's edgewood building - that will become a new urgent care clinic.unity
the project this spring. in waterloo... waterloo...the city is warning residents against giving infants tap water. water.waterloo water works says a well on east dale street had a nitrate level above what is allowed. officials shut down that well on friday and will keep it closed until nitrate levels are safe again.nitrates can cause health problems for young kids, especially infants. despite the probelm well, the city says its drinking water is safe. the university of iowa will soon be offering free measles, mumps, rubella, or m-m-r, vaccinations to students under 25. 25.tomorrow will be the first of five opportunities to get the vaccine this month.more than 100-cases of mumps have been reported on campus in the last few months.the vaccinations will be offered at the iowa memorial union 7-p-m. right now... now...more than five thousand american flags dot the west
lawn of the pentacrest.over the weekend, the u-i veterans association placed the flags to honor veterans who are linked to the u-i community. veterans day is wednesday and the flags will remain on display through saturday. an outpouring of corridor generosity is helping not one, but two veterans. veterans.in just a few weeks a second veteran will get to bring home a service and companion dog.these special dogs help ease symptoms of post traumatic stress disorder, or p-t-s-d.it all started when a sister asked for community support to pay for a service dog for her veteran brother.not only did the community raise enough - they also raised two and a half times what they needed.so the siblings chose to spread the word looking for more vets to help in the same way. "its great, it really makes me feel appreciated for everything that i had to do and the fact that people are willing to look out for
veterans like that is awesome." awesome."more information on how you can keep the support going is found on cbs two iowa dot com. 100 million.that's the estimated number of people in the u-s battling a chronic illness. illness.by law, the americans with disabilities act protects even the disabilities you can't see.for some employees, being able to function at work would be a struggle without a collaborative effort between them and their employers. "that people do feel comfortable telling you that they feel like they've got a problem that they need your help with." with."the surprising solutions being developed when employers and employees work together and the act of generosity that went a long way towards helping one woman.it's another story you'll see *only on cbs 2 news newsand it's coming up tonight on the cbs 2 news ten at ten. right now in downtown cedar rapids rapidssome temporary traffic changes this week to help accommodate the state high
school volleyball tournmanent. tournmanent.between now and friday - fourth ave southeast east of third street-south east will be open to two way traffic.signs are posted and attendants will be directing traffic in the area to help drivers find their way. next on the cbs 2 news at six, failing to make the grade. grade.a new report showing a poor rating in iowa when it comes to government
tomorrow on cbs 2 this morning, we love our pets so much, what if we could keep them forever? forever? maybe you can.people are starting to clone their pets!how it works tomorrow on cbs 2 this morning. d-plus.that's the grade the iowa government is getting following a new state investigation from the center for public integrity. integrity.that's a full letter grade drop from when the survey was first carried out in 20-12. the center based its rating largely off an incident in which a grieving burlington family had to fight state and local agencies for months to get official records about a fatal police shooting of a 34-year-old mother.the organization claims the state tried to obstruct the disclosure--earning them the low grade.people have a lot to
if you think there's no solution to the climate crisis, think again. in iowa, wind energy is already producing enough power for over a million homes, reducing our dependence on foreign oil and supporting six thousand jobs. i'm tom steyer. with bold leadership and an endless supply of wind and sun, we can do that across america. the goal is 50% clean energy by 2030.
iowa state will play a top- five team this saturday... for the third time this season... but you won't hear any excuses or complaining coming out of ames... instead... just a sharp focus on their final three games... mia o'brien has more... after six losses to teams with a combined record of45- and-8... you could say say"it's been brutal."but the cyclones... dont quite view it that way. way."it's really just been a team thing. we've made a decision to come in every week no matter the outcome of the game." "you'd think you'd come in one of these mondays and they'd say 'ugh... another top five team?'... but they haven;t. they've come in with the intention and the intent to learn and go secure victory." and that next chance comes this saturday in the cyclones'
final home game of 2015 and what's sure to be an emotional last game at jack trice for this year's seniors. "it seems like it just came and it's already here so fast." fast.""it's gonna be an emotional day going out their for the last time." not to mention... mention..."at this point of the season we're just trying to get these three wins and continue our postseason play." because believe it or not... three wins might put i-s-u in a bowl game. "we know this is it for us...not too many people out there believe in us and that's fine. that just gives us that chip on our shoulder and that edge to go out there give it our all."and they'll need it all against number five oklahoma state. in ames, mia o'brien, cbs 2 sports. the second half turnaround continued for the panthers on saturday... a 59-13 drubbing of indiana state made for a happy afternoon at the uni-dome... and now they're right back in the playoff picture... it was a dominant effort on
the sycamores... u-n-i racked up over 200 yards on the ground... and forced four turnovers on defense... and today... coach mark farley said sometimes... it pays to be lucky... *and* good... right now.. the ball's going in our direction.. and as i say... the moons are aligned in such a way that we're making plays... we're creating our own opportunity... the players are doing the right thing... and we're catching a few breaks along the way too.. and when all those things line up then good things can happen... it was a total team effort for iowa in saturday's win over indiana... but one player...probably popped right off your t-v screen... number 43 in white was all over the field... decorah native josey jewell will be giving hoosiers nightmares for awhile... jewell racked up fifteen tackles on the day... 11 of them solo... and it was the third time this year the outside linebacker's had double-digit tackles in a game... after the game... kirk ferentz said he's not surprised by the sophomore's
the guy's just a heck of a football player... he's a tremendous leader... and he's only a second year player... but he's just got a real presence about him... which is to me kind of special... and a big part of that is just the way he plays the game... he's totally committed in his preparation... he plays tough out there on the field... we will be right back to take
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