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new details revealed in court. >> a second 16-year-old is charged as an adult in what a prosecutored call a planned attack at mountain vista high school. jennifer is there and prosecutors are talking about why they decided to charge that second girl as an adult. >>reporter: now the court is moving forward with charges that second teenager, 16-year-old brook higgins has an adult, just like her co-defendant in this case. we also have now some more incite into the mental evaluations since she has been in custody. 16-year-old brook higens is now charges with conspiracy to commit murder, after deliberation, and with extreme indifference. both class 2 felonies for her involvement in a plot to kill people at mountain vista high school. >> one of the things that we told the court is that based on the information obtained from the phone that we had concerns for the community.
for a bond. >>reporter: prosecutors say that higgins phone showed that she searched for guns. she wished she could have took place in the columbine attacks in 1999. sienna johnson is being charged as an adult. brook and sienna barely knew each other, trying to did distance her compliant from the other co-defendant. >> they are distinguished, a very different personalities, different characters. very loosely associated at best. >>reporter: higgins attorney said shes was depressed but not a threat to herself and police found no evidence in higgins home. the defense dismissed the fascination with the columbine shootings as a bad thought and not a crime. and i do want to mention that both teenagers industrial have transfer hearings in that carriess, which one is in
actually decide if he wants to kick these cases back to the juvenile courts, so it's not necessarily a done deal that they're going to be charged as assaults as of right now. live in highlands ranch, cbs4 news. thanks very much. the arrest of a man wanted in the attack on a teenager, leaving a dance studio the in thornton. ruben jesus is charged with aggravated sexual assault on a child. the 26-year-old was already in custody on an unrelated charge. that attack was december 16th. outside of that studio at 84th and huron. police say that the 13-year-old victim was leaving dance class with a pal, when the man attacked her. she was able to fight him off by kicking him in the face. and cbs4 has new exclusive video tonight, of the capture of an escape pee, benjamin knight
he was transfers between the facilities today. police set up a perimeter on south vaughan. officers were after him when he was napped in an alley. the investigation to what started the house fire overnight, happened in the neighborhood near chambers and i-70, five adults and one child did get out of the home safely, but the flames destroyed their home. it also burned nearby trees and a family's car that was parked outside. the homeowners did grow marijuana inside of the house. another family picking up the pieces tonight, after suffering a devastating loss in the house fire, happened tuesday night. at a home near west quincy in south kipling. 49-year-old ralphs was bedridden because of ms. neighbors tried to save him, and they're still recovering. his dad suffered a head injury
is not yet aware that his son died in the fire. >> impact, is devastating, emotions are high. you cry one moment, you just try to keep everybody together. >> family also wants to thank the firefighters and neighbors who tried to save them and their home. the governor called for compromise and collaboration today, during his state of the state address. among the new initiatives the governor unveiled is a national cyber security intelligence center in colorado springs, he talked about a plan to connect colorado's sprawling trail systems and announced the state's first interactive trails map. the governor touted job reyags and broadband expansion in rural colorado. an effort to make mental healthcare as easy to access as a primary care physician and he promised to do more to prevent suicides. >> we're working with the suicide prevention commission
out why we have the 5th highest suicide rate in the nation and develop better tools for prevention. >> a brighter note, the governor's new fiance was in the chamber for the speech and the lawmakers purr sized them -- surprised them by throwing rice. happening tonight, a new poll out ahead of the debate tonight. the wall street journal shows donald trump in front, 33% of likely republican voters say they'd vote for trump. rubio. our political specialist sean boyd will have a full wrap up on tovenlt. celebrations in california, tonight, where one of three sold. here in colorado. where five people won one $100,000.
billion dollars. in california and tennessee. edward is live in chi no hills tonight. has anyone come forward tonight? >> the winner has not come forward, jim and karen, it's a celebratory atmosphere. i'm sure they have at lot of new friend. these three stores, just for selling the winning tickets, also get money. there was no stopping the celebration, the dream come true. this seven-eleven in chino hills, luck, impossible odds and that includes the store owner. >> this is really so great. >>reporter: california lottery sold 386 million dollars worth of powerball tickets. >>reporter: inside, customers are hoping the store will bring them luck for the next powerball drawing. >> i bought a ticket, maybe it's the lucky one.
>>reporter: the powerball winner here in chino hills, california overcame odds, 1 in 292 million to twin world record jackpot. that person will split the winning 1.6 billion dollars, with two other winners in tennessee, and florida. the winning ticket in florida was sold at this melbourne beach grocery store. >> i just screamed out loud, oh, my gosh, my store. >>reporter: in mumford, tennessee, the retailer got a $25,000 commission for selling the third winning ticket. >> i hope it's a local person, i hope they love mumford and they get back and make a difference in our community. >>reporter: each of the three powerball winners will bank nearly 529 million dollars. before taxes. and the winners have up to a year to come forward, here in california, the winners name will be public record eventually, so we'll know who it is, one way or another in this state. reporting live in chino hills, california. back to you. thank you.
on a storm that's bringing strong winds to northern colorado. the winds are blowing snow on the roads, making them slick. crews did shut down shields and taft hill, on the west side of larimer county between loveland and fort collins, this morning, one person was hit when a car slid into the jeep he was using to try to help out another car. state patrol says at one point today they had 15 crashes in an hour. >> drivers are being caught off guard, the snow is blowing across the roads, creating a wet spot and the wind is strong enough to blow a significant amount of snow on the cross road. >> 287 closed near ted's place, the county expected to are the roads reopened tonight. >> the winds have be whipping through the denver area as well. meteorologist justin mcheffey tracking it all. >> we had a 60 miles per hour gust in morrison. taking a look at doppler 4,000 now, we and see the increasing
will produce snow, not only for the high country, but maybe some flakes here in denver. at the present time, we've fwot a winter weather advisory, i'll break this down in the forecast, coming up. . developing now, terrorists target a popular spot in indo nearbyia. thousands of pups all over the country, we'll tell you how to spot the symptoms. >> and the snow brings thousands to breckenridge, we'll take you inside of the fest, coming up
>> you've got to,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, now, to the latest on a terrorism attack outside of a starbucks in indonesia's capitol, isis has claimed le e reh responsibility -- has claimed responsible. the two suicide bombers struck outside of this starbucks. sources tell cbs news, one terrorist accidentally set off
another attacker walked into the starbucks, blew himself up. 7 people died. 2 innocent people, 5 terrorists. they have raised their security alert to the highest level. the u.s. military is recalling gun sites being used by soldiers all over the world, after learning that the sites don't work properly. cbs4 reporter, local police have been using those sites. >>reporter: the high-tech gun sites were supposed to hit the right target, they have a critical defect. >> this gun was basically in cold condition, the siting was off at a 100 yards. >>reporter: a very real problem for the denver police. >> we have purchased some. >>reporter: what happens now with these high-tech sites and what the department told the officers in this memo. >> what brian found out what he investigated this gun site recall tonight at 10:00. only on cbs4 news. happening tonight, a major celebration of snow the high breckenridge.
know you're at the judging table for the festival. so how do you judge it? >>reporter: it's very, very complicated, i have a very intense -- the parade just wrapped up a couple of moments ago and the streets, they are fied with folks out here. five was the best, and one was you need to drink more. hey, i'm just the judge. this is one of those crazy events if the mountains. >>reporter: uler fest, the tradition unlike you'll find anywhere else in the world. >> there's no explanation, part of the event. >> every year and a little different. >>reporter: uler. >> locals doing did snow dance, visitors trying to make sense of it all. >> this is outrageous. this is crazy, we live in lake
>> but my wife is from sweden so --. >>reporter: thousands gathering on main street breckenridge, from the bike racing to tun official world's longest shot, it grows. and the god of snow himself for the 53rd year in a row, working hard to bring on those big flakes. >> weir trying hard, do a -- we're trying hard, do a snow dance for everybody. >>reporter: and 851 people lined maiden street for that shot this year, it was a world record, even though guinness doesn't recognize drinking events. hey, it's going to be happening up here for the next several day s, everyone is heading down to the big bonfire tonight. they've got the olympics coming up, and i'm not participating this year. but what a crazy event this is in breckenridge, if you ever get a chance to get up here for it,
live on main street in break inridge, cbs4 mountain newsroom. >> thanks. right now, we want to talk about a dangerous new illness, worrying vets and pet own eers all across the country, thousands of dogs have been infected with the dog flu. cases first showed up last march in chicago and spread quickly, 2,000 dogs got infected in 24 states. the vaccine was made available in november, they are seeing cases in washington and montana, the vets say the disease is rarely fatal, but owners should see a vet right away if the dog shows symptoms. >> if your dog doesn't eat well, misses a meal, you see coughing, tired, moping around, it could >> now, people can't contract the virus, but they can give it to their healthy pet after spending time with a sick dog. a series of new storms and we'll with b seeing cold and -- will be seeing cold and snow. >> that cold weather will be
the snow will be in the high country, and in denver tomorrow, broncos sunday we could see sflaks here in the city. -- snow lakes here in the city. looking north of colorado, this cold front is going to shift our winds on friday. and is going to take about 10 degrees off our highs for tomorrow afternoon. so it is going to feel cooler outside, in terms of the moisture, look west, the strong onshore flow for portions of northern california and oregon, way. that's the same system that will move into colorado and we've got the snow chances in the forecast for the next several days. a winter weather advisory for portions of wefrn colorado, friday and saturday morning, portions of the northern san juans, good news for telluride. the winter weather advisory continues for friday and saturday and we're looking at how much we can expect out of
to be a block buster down south, maybe about 8 for telluride, 11 at aspen, the further forth you go, look at steamboat, 14 inches of snow throughout the duration of the weekend. 8 inches at winter park. 12 inches at vail. and frisco in summit county, 8 inches of snow. in terms of denver, we're not expecting any a dumb lags, but maybe -- accumulation, but maybe divide. friday at 1:00 p.m., developing west of the divide and maybe some of this produces a quick light snow shower in denver, it comes and goes. the almanac. lows at 28 degrees, the record, 18 below in 1888. currently 40 degrees downtown, west-northwestererly wind. it was a blustery day, the town.
out east of, the teens and 20s. junction. tomorrow, behind the cold front, 36 in denver, 30s and 40s east, 21 at frisco, and 21 for a high temperature in craig. probably see increasing clouds, otherwises, temperatures in the teens for denver. a mostly cloudy day, tomorrow, the middle 30s. and then in the five day forecast, probably going to stay sunday. and then by mlk, we move up to 47 degrees with a bit more sunshine. as for the broncos game, if it snow, on sunday, i think it's going to happen if the first half of the day, but i'm still going to keep the snow chance in the game. >> not a lot of snow. >> no, a 10% chance. >> it will come and go quickly. >> a 100% chance of victory, though. the international sportsman -- the colorado convention center. >> cbs4 is there, chris, the
fun yourself. >>reporter: exactly, and for the kids, they can do a little fishing, this is for kids, the sxach release pond -- the catch and release pond. there's 500 fish in here, you of these. it's stocked with rainbow trout and while i was practicing before this live shot, i was catching some fish, but, oh, oh, look at there, come on over here, help me there. oh, it fell. we caught a fish. >> oh, my gosh. >>reporter: on live tv. there we go. it's at least five poubds. >> that's a good one there. >>reporter: again, this is just for the kids, we're in the youth fair area, at 6:00 o'clock, i'm going to take you on a tour of all of the things you can do with your kids, jim and karen, over the period of the show. >> by 6:00, chris could fall in, let's see. coming up in sports, gary
380 yard, yet, he says he thinks the steelers were lucky to win that game. broncos defenseive coordinator not buying what ben is selling. >> you know, ben said something about us being lucky. the way we tackle, we're lucky he didn't throw 500 yards on him. you know, they played well. we didn't play well enough. we do have some secondary guys back, have our secondarys back in game, that wasn't in the last game and we're playing at home. you know, those two factors should help us. >> chip kelley was employed veryening lo, the eagle -- very long, he became the head coach of the 49er, kelley fired after philly went 6-9 this year. kelley's game, mike shanahan's loss, and one of the two finalists for that job. couple of weeks ago, nuggets overcame a 26 point deficit.
way to finish the job. the man with the golden touch these days, leading the way. 28 points, the great seth curry, having an off night until l the fourth quarter. 18 points through three, he added 20 in the final 12 minutes, 20 in the fourth, grau drawing the -- drawing the warriors close. ended up stealing the ball from curly, nuggets held on, golden state holds on for the third time in 39 games prettied goo. 112-110. >> we talked about, you know, what we wanted to do with this team, how he needs to play, and to his ever his credit, it wasn't just talk.
,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >> pelley: round six for seven republicans. >> i don't think harry truman could be picked for president in this format. >> pelley: also tonight, gas is on sale, but falling energy prices are causing pain. the winning powerball numbers include 7-eleven. >> crowd: chino hills, chino hills! performances by black actors, where were the oscar nominations? and we'll say good-bye to alan rickman. >> i'm the half-blood prince. captioning sponsored by cbs
with scott pelley. >> pelley: the candidates for the republican presidential nomination go at it in south carolina tonight. it is round six, and only seven of them made the cut. a national poll just out tonight shows that donald trump is way out front, 13 points ahead of ted cruz among g.o.p. primary voters. here's major garrett. >> reporter: before a capacity crowd of 11,000 last night in florida, donald trump responded to charges that his campaign is built on anger, fear and division. >> i'm very angry, because i hate what's happening to our country. i am angry. >> reporter: with only seven podiums on stage tonight, candidates will get more time to argue why they would be a better alternative to trump. chris christie told us he's ready to be attacked. >> people never shoot backwards, major. they always shoot either to the side or forwards. >> reporter: the latest iowa
caucusgoers have decided on a candidate while 56% could change their mind. that could benefit governor kasich, who still polls low in iowa but has jumped into the fight for second in new hampshire. kasich said he will not go after trump this evening. debates you can get caught up in back and forth and fireworks, and i don't really like that, but i would tell you this: i don't think harry truman could be picked for president in this format. >> reporter: ted cruz, running slightly ahead of trump in iowa, could face questions about fully -- failing to fully disclose a loan he received from goldman sachs for his 2012 campaign. cruz's wife, heidi, worked for goldman sachs at the time. >> we will amend the filing. all the. >> has been public and transparent for many years. that's the end of that. >> reporter: iowa voters will, of course, pay very close attention tonight. scott, senior iowa republican officials told us they expect
1st could exceed the 2012 turnout by up to 20,000, in part they said because some democrats and many long-dormant republicans have become motivated by trump's campaign. >> pelley: major garrett covering the debate for us tonight. major, thank you. now on the democratic side,it doesn't get much tighter than this. the latest poll in iowa shows hillary clinton just two points ahead of bernie sanders. it's virtually a tie because of the poll's margin of error. here's nancy cordes. >> and i have felt for the last several weeks that we had the wind at our back. >> reporter: sanders' feelings were confirmed today in the latest poll that brought back vivid memories of 2008, when clinton's commanding lead in iowa slipped away at the end. >> i congratulate senator obama. >> reporter: then and now, her powerful campaign and its war chest were supposed to overpower insurgent opponents, but it's sanders who is holding larger rallies while clinton sticks to town halls.
i will work for you. >> reporter: sanders is also airing more tv ads, reaching voters like tim pool of topeka, iowa. >> i totally agree with senator sanders. you can't have 2% of the people of this country making 400 times more than everybody else. >> reporter: today sanders surprised clinton with this ad that seemed to be aimed at her. >> there are two democratic visions for regulating wall street. one says it's okay to take millions from big banks and then tell them what to do. >> reporter: the clinton campaign accused him of violating this longtime promise: >> you're looking at somebody who has never run a negative tv ad in his life and never will. >> reporter: clinton campaign manager robby mook convened a conference call with reporters to drive the point home. >> reporter: but even that was
routinely tried to convince voters that senator barack obama was just another politician, not a visionary. scott, she can take heart in the fact that she's still leading in iowa by ten points among those who say they will definitely caucus on february 1st. >> pelley: nancy cordes, thanks. of course the campaign will be dominated by the economy, and today oil closed at just over $31 a barrel. since june of 2014, the price has fallen about $75, taking the price of gasoline along for ride. cbs news business analyst jill slesinger is with us. jill, that's good news for most people. >> reporter: absolutely. consumers reap a great benefit from low oil. last year, the average household saved $660 at the pump. it's like an unexpected tax refund. and cheap gas prices, along with low interest rates and an
boost auto sales. last year, auto makers sold a record 17.4 million cars and light trucks. >> pelley: but for a lot of folks in the country, it's bad news, too. >> reporter: absolutely. after a big boom from 2010 to 2014, there is pain in the energy sector. the mining industry -- that includes oil, gas and coal -- lost 21,000 jobs last year. that's just the direct hit. industries that serve miners, like a waitress, or a convenience store worker near an oil well, may have been laid off or let go. today realtytrac released its final foreclosure numbers for 2015. while activity is down nationally, it is up in places like texas, north dakota and oklahoma, states that rely at least in part on the energy industry. so cheap oil might help our wallets, but when it comes to the overall economy, the news is mixed. >> pelley: jill schlesinger, thanks. well, today oil was up 72 cents, and that revived wall street from its recent swoon.
and in an echo from the financial crash of '08, today goldman sachs agreed to pay $5 billion to atone for its role in peddling rotten mortgages. the deal with the justice department includes penalties and mortgage relief for borrowers. today, ten prisoners from yemen were released from guantanamo bay and sent to the persian gulf nation of oman. the prison, on a u.s. navy base in cuba, was created to hold terrorism suspects, particularly from the battlefield in afghanistan. many have been held for years without charges. in 2009, president obama said he was ordering the prison closed but congress refused. 93 prisoners remain, down from nearly 700. isis says it was behind the attack today in jakarta, indonesia. bombs and bullets killed two and wounded at least 26. but the five attackers had
seth doane is following this for us tonight. seth? >> reporter: good evening, scott. this is another example of isis trying to extend its reach. as more details are emerging, we're learning that the attack, which involved a series of explosions and a gun battle in central jakarta, could have been much worse. images from the scene show cars with bullet holes and attackers wearing suicide vests. one of those attackers detonated his vest inside a starbucks, but a law enforcement source tells us another attacker died when his vest detonated by accident. indonesia has more muslims than any other country in the world, but it is a country that's known for its mainstream teaching of islam, and the fear here is that isis may be gaining a foothold in southeast asia. >> pelley: seth doane in beijing for us tonight. seth, thank you. the attempted assassination of a philadelphia police officer last
investigated as terrorism. but f.b.i. director james comey said today there is no evidence the gunman, who you see there, who professed allegiance to isis, belonged to a larger terror cell. officer jesse hartnett remains in critical but stable condition. the gunman was arrested. chicago has seen a dramatic spike in shootings this month. since january 1st, the city is averaging a shooting every three hours. adriana diaz is looking into this. >> reporter: just two hours into the new year, 24-year-old deandre holiday was gunned down after a fight at a new year's eve party, the first homicide of a bloody 2016. >> shots fired. i hear shots fired. >> reporter: since january 1st, 110 people have been shot compared to 37 during the same time last year. a nearly 200% increase. >> in terms of crime, it's been a little bit of a frustrating start.
the acting superintendent of police. his predecessor, garry mccarthy, was fired in december. >> a lot of it is gang conflicts, but also heavily driven by social media. >> reporter: feuds that play out on sites like facebook and twitter. while overall crime was down before the new year, gun violence is soaring. one factor: police officers may be holding back in fear of being the subject of a viral video, a point chicago mayor rahm emanuel was overheard making to attorney general loretta lynch last fall. >> reporter: do you think the police department is doing enough? raydell lacey 19year old grandson was one of the people killed. saturday he was shot in the head
lacy says he wasn't in a gang. >> before he passed, they say, "we good, y'all?" then we didn't hear him anymore and he was slumped over. >> oh, god. oh, god. >> reporter: to try to curb the violence, the acting superintendent has decentralized the police gang unit. now smaller teams are permanently based in communities known for gang activity. scott, the goal is to try to stop conflicts before they start. >> pelley: adriana diaz in chicago tonight. adriana, thank you. well, here's a rarity: a winter hurricane bearing down on the azores 1,700 miles off portugal. "alex" is the first january hurricane since 1955. forecasters say it could hit the
winds. we don't know who the powerball winners are yet, but there are at least three who will share the largest jackpot ever, $1.6 billion. the tickets were sold in the rk working-class town of munford, tennessee, the l.a. suburb of chino hills and in melbourne beach, florida. the lottery boasts that the billions it rakes in goes to help public schools in most states. we wondered how that's working. turns out in michigan, not too well. anna werner is in detroit. >> reporter: photos from detroit's public schools tell the story of dilapidated buildings, many in need of emergency repair, and pest problems. a student shot this video today of a mouse roaming a district high school. patrick bosworth's eighth grade son attends a language magnet school where he says classes are either way too warm or freezing cold.
another, where he's wearing a short-sleeve shirt, and then he's putting on his winter coat. >> reporter: lottery dollars were designed to help schools like these in detroit. they're often advertised as giving a big boost to education, but often that's not the case. 27 states give lottery funds to schools, but only eight fund it specifically on new programs like grants and scholarships. the 19 others, including michigan, do not use lottery u profits as additional funding for public schools. instead, it's used to fund the existing budget. michigan state representative sherry gay danygo. do you think it is misleading to people? >> absolutely. >> reporter: so people who buy tickets thinking, i'm helping education, do you think they're doing as much as they are? >> they believe they are but they're absolutely not benefiting education. >> reporter: more than $740 million lottery dollars are given to michigan schools each year.
reason the schools should be in such poor shape. >> we need the dispel the myth that the lottery is helping to improve education because it hasn't. >> reporter: michigan has the 11th largest lottery in the country with revenues of some $2.6 billion last year, so, scott, that's $740 million that went to schools was just small portion of that. >> pelley: anna werner in lansing tonight. anna, thank you. today a memorial was held at arlington national cemetery for a tuskegee airman missing in action since 1945. second lieutenant samuel leftenant was in a midair collision while escorting bombers over austria. soldiers carried an empty casket representing his remains and leftenant's sister accepted this flag in his honor. once again there is controversy over the oscar nominations. and, there's big news and we
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>> pelley: the oscar nominations were announced today. "the revenant" led with 12, including best picture, along with "the big short," "bridge of spies," "brooklyn," "mad max: fury road," "the martian," "room" and "spotlight." there were some inspiring performances by black actors, so it surprised many today that all 20 nominees for acting are white. john blackstone says it's the second year in a row. >> what an exciting morning. >> reporter: the announcement of the academy award nominations this morning was as notable for those who were left off the list as for those who were on it. >> sylvester stallone in "creed." >> this is bigger than they are. they have to listen to us now. >> reporter: will smith was not nominated for his performance in
nor were idris elba for "beasts of no nation". likewise, michael thomson and michael b. jordan were ignored for highly praised performances in "creed." instead the oscar nominations went almost exclusively to white actors and directors. only the director of "the revenant," who is from mexico, broke into the all-white crowd. the response was immediate. on twitter, hashtag "oscars so white" went viral. it should not have come as a surprise after the same criticism last year. this is how neil patrick harris opened the awards show. >> welcome to the 87th oscars. tonight we honor hollywood's best and whitest -- sorry, brightest. >> the academy voters still 94% white, 76% male, and their average age is 63. >> reporter: those voters did select one african american- themed movie.
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>> pelley: as we mentioned, one of the three winning powerball tickets was sold in chino hills, california, and mireya villarreal is there. >> chino hills, chino hills, ni >> reporter: you would think someone here actually won the lottery, but most of these people like mike gradilla didn't os win anything. they just showed up to celebrate one of the winning tickets being sold here. do you think the winner could be here tonight? >> it's hard to say. if i won i wouldn't be here. >> reporter: immigrant balbir atwal came here in 1981 without knowing a word of english. the outpouring of support you're getting, how great is that? >> do you want to ask these people? >> reporter: you can ask them. >> how do you guys feel? [cheering]. >> reporter: because atwal's
he also gets a piece of the pie, $1 million. he plans to share it with his employees. >> we were the number one lottery in the nation as far as sales go. >> reporter: california sold 386 million dollars worth of powerball tickets, at one point selling 37,000 per minute. winning tickets were also sold in munford, tennessee, and at a publix store in melbourne beach, florida. >> i was watching the news and god, my store!" >> reporter: there were also eight $2 million winners and 73 $1 million winners, tickets with only five matching numbers. last night's losers can still dream. saturday's powerball jackpot is a mere $40 million. mireya villarreal, cbs news, chino hills, california. >> pelley: and that's the "cbs evening news" for tonight. for all of us at cbs news all
captioning sponsored by cbs media access group at wgbh access.wgbh.org we begin 6:00 o'clock tonight with breaking news. dive teams pull three kids out of an icy retention pond, in parker, all three went to the hospital ft it happened near the interaction of tallman and club, kelley joins us live. at least one of those kids was trapped under the ice for a while? >>reporter: karen, we know that that child was under the water for at least 35 minutes, at least that's how long it took when authorities got here, both south metro fire and parker police, when they got here, to rescue the three teenagers, we have learned that they are teenagerss and we are waiting to