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10:00, a serial bank robber who often used a bicycle to make his getaway has been captured. we've been reporting on the crimes for months now. now cbs4 was the first to confirm that the robbery suspect was the man involved in a shootout with denver police today. >> reporter: police have known who he but they haven't been able to track him down until today. they were tipped off by a tow truck driver who spotted him near this area. when they tried to make contact with him, shots were fired. >> after months of terrorizing area banks, shawn scott, aka, the bicycle bandit's robbery spree came to an intense end. >> at 10:07 today, our officers
him today and shots were fired. >> reporter: the first was in may at this u.s. bank on south broadway, walking in with a note, demanding money, and leaving on his bicycle. he hit three more times in june, that when the fbi spoke with us about his unusual m.o. >> he is also able to blend in with anybody else on a bicycle. >> reporter: scott prompted crimestoppers bulletin, and all eyes peeled. bill owen says it's one of his drivers who spotted scott. >> the guy started waving the gun at the tow truck, and the police were already behind someone else. from my understanding, there's some shots fired. >> reporter: we spoke to the driver off camera. he immediately called it in. when police arrived, the driver says scott opened fire on him,
>> reporter: now police were injured in this afternoon's shooting. scott, however was taken to the hospital for some sort of medical condition. police have not said yet what this was. he was not shot. we're live tonight in denver, cbs4 news. happening now, pictures showing firefighters attacking that starwood fire near larimer. you reporter john rash sent us these, showing an air drop the flames. the fire has burned about 350 acres. >> it makes me realize it's always possible. i live down the road, i'm not concerned about this fire right now, but it does make me realize and always remember that chance is out there. >> reporter: fire officials confirm lightning sparked this fire. it is about 35% contained. developing now, back-to- back sexual crimes on and
have students looking over their shoulders. melissa garcia live at 26th and colorado with the latest. >> karen, just to show you how close this happened to cu, we're standing right now on the edge of campus. that building behind me, that is a cu building. now just across the street from here, in a little neighborhood right over that way is where a woman who was sleeping was attacked while she was, as we mentioned, asleep on her couch. now, students who live around here feeling on edge. >> when it's like right next to your house, it's really terrifying, because it gets literally closer to home. >> reporter: it couldn't get much closer to home for cu senior monica paton. she just learned of a brazen sexual assault attack. >> it's definitely causing a little bit of anxiety for us. >> reporter: around 4:00 a.m. saturday, a man broke into a
to have sex with her. police released sketches of the suspect described as a black man between 25 and 30 years old, 5'8" to 5'10" with a stalky build. he may have been wearing glasses, khaki colored shorts, and a polo styled shirt with horizontal stripes. might have driven off in a gold or silver suv. another brazen act on campus before a student was walking under an overpass when a man grabbed her in the buttock and thigh. the second suspect is described as a 30 to 40-year-old male who is 5'10", with medium length dark curly hair, and a tan complexion.
area, but tell us one of the best things of a person in this area can do to protect themselves is to always keep that door locked. fort collins police responded to a pawn shop after reports a body was discovered there. investigators say the man's body was in a ditch. they don't believe the death is connected to the store, or a suspicious nature. it's not clear how died. we're following a developing story. our stan bush went there today, and learned people in that neighborhood call it a very dangerous intersection. >> reporter: the collision happened early enough in the evening where people were still going in and out of area bars. neighbors here say that they did not notice the flashing lights from the emergency scene, because they say horrible accidents happen here all the time. emergency crews tried, but could not save a woman hit in the middle of the street.
11 sunday night. the victim hit in the eastbound lanes, crossing montview boulevard. that car nearly hit a cyclist when we were there. cameron says it's safer to jaywalk at dayton and montview than use the crosswalk. >> they call it like the intersection, like the death intersection over here. >> reporter: the collision sunday night police say they've struggled to identify the victim, and because of that haven't been able to notify her family. police don't know how much the driver was drunking, because he refused to take a breathalyzer, and have to rely on a blood test. he has been charged with drunk driving and leaving the scene of an accident. park rangers say they've recovered the body of a hiker
went missing in grant teton national park in wyoming. he was last seen last wednesday in the park then reported on friday. about 100 people searched for him on the ground before his body was found by a search plane yesterday evening. he was a summer employee at the grand teton lodge. days after a woman suffered carbon monoxide poisoning, she's not convinced that the management company is doing enough to keep her and her cbs4's tom mustin. >> i felt very, very nauseous, very dizzy. >> reporter: mary doesn't want to show her face after being ill at her apartment complex. >> i was sweating, my heart was beating very fast. >> reporter: mary says no alarms had gone off on her
tried to leave the apartment. >> i took a couple steps and had to lay down in the hallway. >> reporter: firefighters eventually led her outside. >> i was so weak i couldn't get dressed. >> reporter: after breathing oxygen, mary still felt sick and went to the hospital that night. she was told the co levels were 50 times higher in the building than deemed safe. >> i was really concerned because none of the carbon monoxide alarms on our floor went off. >> reporter: he then received an email from hartridge management. >> it's not suspected. it was there. >> reporter: the leak was discovered in the boiler room, and fixed. management also installed co detecters on his floor. mary says she feels lucky to be alive, and has purchased a personal co detector.
>> hartwood management has not commented on this issue. happening tomorrow, deliberations start in the paige birgfeld trial. they say he set her car on fire to destroy the evidence. her remains found five years later. jones was arrested in 2014. he didn't testify on his own behalf although his wife did. saying that she believes campaign 2016 takes flight. >> i heard now that we've got this great plane, that donald trump actually invited his press on his plane. >> how the candidates spent their holiday. >> surfs up, as one tropical storm starts to fizzle, another is picking up steam. >> a popular rock formation smashed. >> people were just, you know, going at this rock, pushing, and pushing it. >> what's next for the vandals caught on camera? >> and a labor day service,
holidays on the campaign trail, now that we're two months from election day. on this labor day, both donald trump, and hillary clinton were working for votes in the battleground state of ohio. >> i'm so happy to have all of you with me. >> reporter: hillary clinton welcomed reporters aboard her campaign's new jet as she headed to a rally on labor day. >> we're going to say yes to the american dream. >> reporter also in cleveland, chatting up voters a the a diner, and talking with labor leaders. he told them, he's the only candidate who can save american jobs from moving overseas. >> we will get our jobs back, and we're going to stop companies from leaving, and it's so he easy. >> reporter: the latest cbs news battleground tracker poll shows clinton leading by 8 points in pennsylvania, and 4 up in north carolina. but the survey of all 13
that could be because more than 9 in 10 voters feel the same or worse about clinton's latest explanations for her email problems. and trump is still drawing fire for his shifting plans on immigration. >> whoever wins in november is going to face a very challenging landscape, not only politically, but because they're going to come in, very, very damaged, because if you see these numbers now, i don't between now and november. >> reporter: the first presidential debate is three weeks away. >> president obama ended his trip to the g20 economic summit without a peace deal in syria. the proposed peace deal with russia would have stopped russia's ally, the president of syria from bombing civilians and rebels. president obama also wanted to coordinate air strikes against isis, and al-qaeda in syria. but russia backed out at the
from the russians on easing the humanitarian crisis, it's difficult to see how we get to the next phase. >> president obama also worked to bridge tensions with china and its aggressive military expansion. this as north korea test fired three more missiles into sea of japan. actor known as wyatt erp has passed away. he continued to work in movies, television, and theater through the 1990s. a video of a group of people destroying an iconic rock. the men who captured the video, said what the vandals did ruined memorable times for generations to come. >> for me it defines what pacific city is.
they maybe would want to share that with their children, or grandchildren. now they can only see that rock through a memory. >> the witness confronted the vandals, who said they destroyed it because it was a safety reason. the vandals laughed it off. >> we're getting all kinds of reactions on our facebook page. take a look and tell us what vandals. tropical storm newton has reached hurricane strength. newton is off the coast of cabo san lucas, and is picking up speed as it heads north toward baja california. surfers taking advantage of the whipping winds of tropical storm hermine. hermine slammed the gulf coast friday as a category 1 hurricane. at least three deaths along
as it churned from georgia up through virginia. after a hot holiday weekend, we're going to cool down a bit. >> drier weather too. >> we're cooling down as you speak. we have the stationary front dropping with a surge of cooler air. winds have switched around to the north. the cooler weather is coming our way after we were in the 90s today. 70 mile-an-hour winds. 4 away from what would be hurricane strength. west-northwest at 9 miles per hour. it's going to before it finally moves off to the east. there is newton winds at 75 miles per hour, moving northwest at 16. here is the moisture trafficking right up into southeastern colorado right now. here is the path it's going to take, moving northwest. then it will pull back toward the east. it will head toward colorado. what's going to happen with that? we're in a westerly, a zonal flow from west to east. watch how the moisture coming up on wednesday morning, right over arizona. lots of heavy rain, but it goes
away from the city of denver, but southeastern colorado and into kansas, going to see some heavy stuff. you can see tonight, we might see early morning, couple of showers before, as that front drops on through in denver before the sun comes up. then heavier showers and thunderstorms by evening. that's 6:00, especially out on the eastern plains. very heavy as it gets into kansas. here comes that hurricane moisture. you can see the clouds pushing up. that's probably what we'll see. we will see thick clouds here. look at how heavy this moisture is no moisture, so it stays dry, once again, so the fire weather watch has been reissued for the west, from 1 to 6:00 p.m. tomorrow. 93 and 90, our highs today after starts of 50 and 53. this just four degrees off the record high from this date. from our weather watchers, 73 in walden. franktown, 87. kiowa, 91. 97 in southwest denver. 71 and 69 right now, there's the northwest wind at 12 with a rising barometer.
this is from ottoman nature trail. this one from marsha holbert. rock cut from rocky mountain national park. and the labor day ended with a beautiful sunset from michael smith from westminster. temperatures tonight, 50s, 60s over the eastern plains. 30s and 40s over the mountains. 30s, 40s, 50s out west. now you'll see the cooling come from the nort southeast. here is that denver forecast. for tonight, clear skies tonight. we'll see 55 and 54 by morning. for tomorrow, increasing clouds, isolated storms, only low 80s. that after the low 90s today. then 83 on wednesday. 87 thursday. partly sunny skies all the way to friday when we cool it down to 79. start the weekend with 82 degrees. look at this cool down coming up.
the corner? 66 on wednesday. >> a 44 overnight low. >> pretty nippy. today, a special service for moms to be. health specialist kathy walsh shows us how they're making sure moms get the oral care they need. >> reporter: it's where manuela goes for affordable prenatal care. pregnant with her third this time around, manuela is also getting oral care. a dental hygienist cleans her teeth and checks her gums every three months. more often than in the past. >> they had told me that it is important for my baby's overall health. >> reporter: according to the american dental association dental disease, mom can pass it
receive oral care. 16 organizations in colorado that care for low income patients have added equipment, and denial hygienists to their healthcare team. >> if mom is healthy, there's great potential that she will teach her children how to be healthy, and how to have a healthy mouth. >> reporter: the delta dental of colorado funds the project. alison cusack is program manager. >> we just passed 12,000 patient visits. >> reporter: feeling a need by offering affordable dental care
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you may have heard the broncos are starting the name of trevor siemian thursday night. the same guy who hasn't thrown a pass in a regular season game. all the off-season was, the question was who would win the starting quarterback job, until last week, siemian, paxton lynch, had been splitting reps in practice. it isn't just good for him, it's good for guys around him
>> the quarterback is out there now. i go with trevor trying to create that chemistry. it's definitely good to know we've got our starting quarterback. we could work on that, and hopefully transition into the game. we had an opportunity to work on it during a pregame of last year's regular season games. now we've worked in training camp. i think that we've got good chemistry, and i think it's only going to >> for posterity sake, it's a rematch of super bowl l. but both teams have pointed out, super bowl l will have nothing to do with the game. >> these are two completely different teams, including ours. our offense. we know that going into this game. our preparation will be different. and we will be locked and
thursday. >> tonight's centurylink poll question, which panthers player concerns you the most? 40% of you saying it was that guy there, quarterback cam newton. it seems the rockies either get really good offense or really good pitching. the rockies had a huge 3rd inning offensively. cargo with the bases loaded, a grand slam. that would make it 5-0, and end an 0 the rockies scored 6 in the inning. chad bettis was dominant all day long. pitched a complete game shutout. he became just the second rockies pitcher to pitch a complete game shutout, allowing 2 hits or fewer at coors field. >> you throw any pitch for a strike. you do that and you win that was outstanding by chad. >> hopefully, it recurs a
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sanchez long to find a new home. sanchez was out on the practice field with his new team, the cowboys. of course he was cut by the broncos on saturday. sanchez is going to serve as a backup qb to rookie prescott. this wasn't the way sanchez envisioned his 2016 season, but he's trying to make the most of it. >> hey look, things didn't go the way you planned, i thought there was a great opportunity there, and unfortunately, it didn't work out. but this is, without that happening, i wouldn't get a chance here. this could be the right spot
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