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Cocaine wbz news time one twenty to one man was killed and two women in injured late saturday during the crash in the neighborhood it happened after a thirty five year old man drop drove off in the middle of a traffic stop with police as he fled he crashed his suv into the back of car in the sixty five hundred block of south cornell it's still unclear why police originally pulled him over the driver of the suv was taken into custody a longtime iowa's sports caster has died after being swept away by floodwaters in des moines casey tv's hannah hillard whitewater a small creek on the northwest side of the moines swelled quickly saturday night we went back to our to see how high the water had gone in the highest i've never seen as the storm rolled in flash flood water on the street caused this vans a stall near fiftieth street in towanda and those in the van got out we got a call person swept into tomorrow on fire and police spent nearly four hours in the rain and darkness searching the area for the missing person and just after twelve thirty sunday morning crews found the sixty five year old the man deb several blocks away from the van the man had worked as the voice of drake university's teams since two thousand five this past weekend heatwave had people trying to stay cool and a woman in her kids were visiting chicago from the peoria area we're sitting in the shade trying to stay out of the sun as much as possible the breeze helps cools down a little bit and then we brought along our ice water the heat wave has taken a bit of a break as temperatures go down into tomorrow before they head back up on tuesday stay tuned for all the latest on the weather and the complete accuweather fiveday forecast in a wbz news radio debate west suburban republican congressman peter roskam and democratic challenger sean casten slammed each other on tax policies recently congressman peter roskam brought some local business people to washington to testify about the benefits of trump's tax cuts but his democratic rival sean casten had bitter words for the policies he calls the tax bill massively unfair and not designed to help the middle class massively regressive unbelievably irresponsible in is really going to set our country back a long ways first of all let's recognize that this is not designed as a boon to the middle class eighty three percent of the tax cuts went to corporations in the one percent.