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shut down. this is a very active investigation. some of the residents have been told to expect this road to be closed for a few more hours. we smoke with a resident -- spoke with a resident here, he got home around 11:30 and his property backs up to the house officer his surrounded. police told him they were setting up a perimeter for a suspect who had five suspect had fled from police before. it was around noon when three officers approached the house. >> the officers approached that particular part of the house, the individual fled out of a rear window, a confrontation occurred in the 2,600 block of
fighting with one of the officers over his weapon, several shots were fired. >> reporter: those three officers have nonlife-threatening injuries. two of them were taken to the hospital. so far denver police have not told us who the suspect was. edgewater police want to find a man they say caused a big crime spree. we showed you the aftermath on the cbs4 suspect fired shots, stole an suv, and crashed into another car near 20th and fenton. a woman was asleep. >> it definitely was a big wake-up call. but i felt very lucky and glad they were able to be fine and walk away. >> three men chase asked got a hold of that suspect but he
in the end he got away. a storm watch for you tonight. the clouds and haze that have been hanging over the metro area much of the afternoon afternoon. vain a possibility for some. many hoping to avoid this scene wednesday night. heavy rain fell. it really pile up there in adams county. >> tom must sin checking out damage from the storms. we startwi center. >> we could see a few scattered thunderstorms. seeing them now in the foothills. partly to sunny skies, hazy over the city. yesterday we had this at the same time. heavy storms on the eastern plains. showers and thunderstorms. over the southern border, a few showers and thunderstorms. that's about it around the state. and earlier
flash flood warning. friday here come the showers and thunderstorms once again. isolated storms tomorrow. by friday, we could have much stronger storms in the forecast. the results of tuesday's storm up in adams county could and flooding in colorado springs monday, damaged homes and parts of the city. tom mustin spent the day touring adams county. what a cleanup job for the businesses! >> reporter: it is hard to
ground. so much so that the k, if c to my left just reopened. after a day of cleanup, several businesses say hail is just one of their problems. >> i thought it was a snow storm in august >> reporter: blocks ever ice still litert parking lot -- litter the parking lot, closing down the k, if c and leaving longtime residents in disbelief. >> it just busted >> reporter: tuesday's hail storm flooded the parking lot of five stars auto sales, submerging cars and sending a foot of water in the building. >> never seen anything like this before >> reporter: owner maria arrived wednesday to soaked file cabinets and submerged floors. >> i wasn't expecting that, to be honest. paperwork, titles. it's really bad.
spared hail damage, but the high water made it across electrical equipment. >> everything is wet, everything is damaged. >> reporter: maria's dog disappeared during the storm and spent a traumatic night hiding in the flooded office. >> pray thaefrg will be fine. we worked so hard it's just upsetting. >> reporter: maria says they're still waiting for their insurance estimate. but she and her husband both say they believe the damage is easily in the tens of thousands of dollars. trump met with mexico's president today in mexico city
make a major announcement about immigration. >> and it's unclear whether he will back off or double down on his promise to deport the 11 million people living in the country illegally. after his meeting with mexico's president today on hostile ground, trump is despised in mexico. he praised mexicans as spectacular people and said "the wall" his signature issue didn't come up. >> it is a great honor >> reporter: after more than a trade and immigration, donald trump walk the out of a meeting with the country's president and took on a markedly different tone. >> the bond between our two countries is deep and sincere. >> reporter: trump who has made a wall along the u.s./mexico border a center piece of his campaign saying repeatedly mexico would pay for it wasn't so bold standing beside mexico's president. >> we did discuss the wall. we didn't discuss payment of the wall. that'll be for a later date. >> reporter: he also softened
trade with mexico saying he would improve, not repeal the north american free trade agreement. >> i express that to the united states and in that of the united states, that we must take action to stem this tremendous outflow of jobs from our country. >> reporter: and after calling illegal immigrants rapists and criminals, trump had this to say of people crossing the border illegally. >> this is a humanitarian the dangerous treks, the abuse by gangs and cartels, and the extreme physical dangers. and it must be solved >> reporter: mexico's president says he will not pay for that wall. democratic presidential candidate hillary clinton said trump has a lot to learn about dimremacy, and -- diplomacy, and dropping in on the united states' neighbors for a few hours doesn't make up for a year of insults.
immigration plan trump is rolling out tonight at 10:00. >> keep up with these developments on the campaign trail, on the campaign 2016 section of cbsdenver.com. a rough flight for hundreds of passengers on a flight that hit severe turbulence from london to houston. ten passengers and two attendants were tak mostly for minor injuries. others did receive treatment at airport. westbound evans and santa fe in denver remains closed as crews repair that huge hole in the pavement that had been there since yesterday morning when a 12-inch water main snapped. the aging pipe now fixed but not the pavement after more than a year and a half, and endless surge reese, this badly injured denver police
>> a flight decades in the making: the history the passengers on board made today by landing in cuba. >> and the heavy storms we have so far tonight are out east. otherwise that's about all we've got going on around the state. keeping an eye on showers and thunderstorms and if they develop tonight is become heavy.
>> andrea flores shows us after 20 excruciating months, the officer is thrilled to be back at work. >> reporter: it's a day denver police officer john adsit never thought would come going back to work after an accident at this intersection. two years ago. >> a little nervous, a little >> reporter: it's a case of jitters. >> reminds me of the first day of academy years ago, starting out. >> reporter: he's back to work for first time in two years. in december he was escourting high school students during a protest when he was almost killed by a
>> physically there are certain things that i don't have any control over. >> reporter: now he r he says the hardest part of coming back is realizing how much has changed. >> from the day might have incident to now, things nationally have changed in the police world and the loefrment world -- law enforcement world. >> reporter: while he still has four more surgeries, the road to recovery i >> if i could click high heels and be back doing that, i'd do it in a heartbeat. >> reporter: he created a nonprofit organization during his recovery. next month they'll host their second annual rise and run 5k race to benefit other
for the first time in 50 years, the first commercially scheduled u.s. flight landed in havana. passengers carried flags, took photos, and set foot on cuban soil. >> it means turnover me. i want to make this happen. >> the flight takes about 45 minutes. jetblue is the first airline to resume regularly scheduled service. a terrifying fire at a gas station in connecticut. there
pulling kids out of one of those vehicle. no one was hurt. just ahead of the labor day weekend, preparing for tropical storm hermine in florida. it was a depression just this morning but has strengthened. it could be near hurricane strength tomorrow night when it's expected to hit the gulf coast. the florida governor declared a state of emergency already for dozen was counties ahead of storm. we have a couple storms off to the west and the east of us. dry around the metro area tonight. although we see a little disturbance moving through. so there is some moisture in the air. things are moving around. still watching it very carefully. a little sunshine gets the air unstable. keeping an eye on thing bus not much going on.
over the eastern plains. with those we saw some showers and thunderstorms, a positive flood warning, now that's moved off into kansas. as we look at our hour by hour forecast, these storms don't last long so we don't think there's gonna be much. to the south, a few scattered thunderstorms. and tomorrow, a few storms isolated over the area. showers and thunderstorms lining up over portions of the central mountains. then they push over denver, get heavy, and push towahe friday, saturday, a big moisture coming into the mountains, noon on saturday. then that pushes into the eastern plains on saturday. and another chance for storms into the weekend. as we look at the big picture, you can see a lot of moisture down to the south. this is what jim was just talking about, this is hermine right now. its winds are at 40 miles an hour. it's not moving much, just north at 2. that's going to give it plenty of time to get even stronger. tropical storm right now by the time it moves toward the coast, won't be
then we expect it to move over the coast florida and brushtd carolinas. -- brush the carolinas. this is now down to a category 1, still strong winds at 75 miles an hour and ton was rain. off to the east, hurricane lester is a category 4 storm! winds 130 miles an hour. it will take pretty much the same passion. our highs today, 81s, 51 northeast 13 for the wind, 35% humidity. a falling barometer. some storm clouds from last night. this is every lakewood. you can see storm clouds, a towering thunderstorm. this is a sunset from skylark park in thornton. very threatening clouds here, looking south from boulder from mark engler.
plains, 40s for the mountains, 50s and 60s out west, and tomorrow like today, 80s, a couple of 70s over the eastern plains. 70s for the mountains, 80s to around 90 degrees west. and your forecast for tonight, maybe an isolated storm, including clearing skies, mid-50s by morning. and for tomorrow, increasing clouds, isolated storms, low to mid-80s, and for the next several day, not a whole lot of change. we'll stay in the 80s through the weekend. chances of showers and thunderstorms through saturday, and a little drying. we still need xcel -- volunteers for the day of service! >> clear some weeds, clean smup trash, and you'd be working with extreme community makeover who release entirely on volunteers and does work in eight denver neighborhoods. >> what extreme community make so far about is bringing volunteers and denver residents together to say how can we be good neighbors and work together to complete outside home and neighborhood improvement projects?
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banging on the glass his first game behind the bench. >> why not! [ laughter ] >> avs officially introducing their new head coach today. this is bednar's first narbitration l head coaching job. he won championships in both lease so >> the key is just for me to be myself and communicate what we're trying to do as best as i possibly can. i think when we get on the ice, and you're setting a standard of the way you're gonna play, that to me comes more natural than sitting around in meetings. i think i'm an authentic guy, and they'll get to know that.
plans last night at coors field. the rockies and dodgers playing two tonight after last night's game was rained out. nolan arenado with a double to deep left. dj lemahieu would come home to score from first. he beats the throw home and rockies go up 1-0. tyler anderson on the bump, pitched five and a third. and carduo pinch hitting his first career home his 29th birthday. everything going well for the rocks. >> starts running around, high-5ing everybody, acting like he run the world series.
drug users in city parks. >> o'donnell: trump crosses the border. mending fences-- >> and i happen to have a tremendous feeling for mexican-americans. >> o'donnell: and building walls. >> as for who pays for the wall, we didn't discuss it. >> o'donnell: also tonight, the governor declares an storm hermine batters the state. a u.s. navy landing goes terribly wrong. we'll show you what happened next. and the college football play of the week, making a young boy's day. >> reporter: you looked up and there he was? >> yeah. >> reporter: and what d >> reporter: you looked up and there he was? >> yeah. >> reporter: and what did he say? >> he said, "what's up, dude?" captioning sponsored by cbs