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the 27-year-old victim was freed days after he was taken from lakewood. >> we don't see many kidnaps. they're very rare. particularly ransom kidnappings. >> reporter: it began last week with the report of a customer abducted here. >> early the next morning on the 31st the future suspect believed to be the planner remains at large. >> reporter: after one of the kidnappers grabbed the ransom money, he checked to see if the
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a tracking device with it. shortly after that the three were captured. a developing story where a man with a knife carjacked a driver and quickly crashed. so he stole another and still on the run tonight. andrea flores is live in the parking lot where this all went down, right in the middle of the day! >> reporter: that's all happened in less than a mile of this stretch. >> i was shopping to get a birthday present. and i guess i was interrupt the. >> reporter: her shopping trip was cut short.
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this best buy. he attempted to stab an onlooker who called police before take off across the street. he carjacked the comiefr of this van at knifepoint and headed west. >> i hit my head. really dizzy afterward. and shook up. >> reporter: after processing, van and fled to a nearby mcdonald's parking lot where he stole a 2015 white dodge pickup and drove off. >> i just had a feeling he was either inebriated or on drug to be driving so fast. >> reporter: the suspect is described as a white or hispanic male, 6'0", 150 pounds with a dark-colored mohawk. her biggest
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daughter's birthday. >> i don't know what i'm gonna do. [ laughter ] >> reporter: that suspect was last seen heading westbound here here. andrea floris, cbs4 news. a couple is facing felony charges accused of abusing their teenaged son. that he got to the hospital, with one doctor saying he looked like a concentration camp survivor. the boy is blind and autistic. police say he was surviving on seven to nine sodas per day and 500 calories of crackers and chips. investigators say they too are struggling with the case. >> we're human as well. and it's tough to investigate a case like this.
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officer. >> the parents claim they thought their son had the flu and blamed his dangerously low weight on having skinny relatives and knowing a picky eater -- being a picky eater. a customer at main street station was stabbed in the neck in what appears to be a random attack. police not releasing anymore information about the person in custody. new developments in the case we've been following since december. bus driver who rolled a bus pleaded guilty to careless driver. five students were hurt. the driver told investigators she was taking prescription drugs for fiber myalgia. you can't wait for the new season to start! >> the wait is almost over. broncos take on the panthers tomorrow night. michael, super bowl rematches is that right? season! this is gonna be good!
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everybody has been waiting for. september 8th has been the day on the calendars. the old adage in football is that you take it one game at a time. this game just feels a little different. there is the heightened season opener, the hype of the super bowl rematch, all of that is undeniable! the broncos know this will be a big game, but it's only one. >> just game 1 of this seaso automobile it's a big game, we're kwoon have to play -- gonna have to play special. that's what it's all aboutgonna have to play -- gonna have to play special. that's what it's all about. >> kickoff tomorrow at 6:30. coming up later in sports, emanuel sanders gets the contract extension he's been waiting for, smiling all wait to the bank. [ laughter ] civic center park has been
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kickoff village. and a lot of broncos alums signing autographs. dirks bentley and one public will perform tomorrow for free. the concert gets going at 4:30. visitors to the kickoff village can only bring those clear bags. this is the news on the campaign trail. donald trump unveils a foreign policy plan that calls for a new wave military spending. trump delivered his remarks to an invitation-only crowd in philadelphia today. to increase the size of the army to 540,000, adding 12 marine corps battalions, increase the navy fleet, and the number of air force fighter jets. >> immediately after taking office, i will ask my generals to present to me a plan within 30 days to defeat and destroy isis. >> reporter: trump says he will cut federal workers and eliminate defense contracts to
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campaign trail today from his son. shaun boyd talked with donald trump jr. >> reporter: trump has trailed hillary clinton in colorado by double diggids. but the latest washington post poll shows a big shift, putting clinton's lead here at less than 4 points . as the election heads into the final stretch, donald trump jr. met with volunteers in denver signalling the campaign hasn't writtenff >> why hasn't he made more of an aggressive play for this state? >> i think he'll be here. i think he's obviously focused on a lot of places. this is a lot more difficult map for a republican than a democrat >> reporter: he's struggled with the latino population, gone back and forth on mass deboardation. >> does he support everyone -- >> that's the policy. right now, that is the policy. that's what we have to do. you can't start a good faith negotiation
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happen. >> reporter: while trump has trouble connecting with minority voters, he's appealed to working class whites, making a ballot measure to raise the minimum wage here tricky. trump jr. says eliminating some taxes would be better. >> if you eliminated some of those for those people, i think you could probably go a long way toward bridging some of that gap. >> reporter: he walked a careful line when it came to drng is clinton wants to ban. >> i'm a big hunter, big fisherman. i lived in this live to pursue those hobbies. there are places and ways where you can have the best of those worlds >> reporter: he told me the upcoming debates are significant but his dad isn't doing the typical mock debate prep. rather he says he will "be himself." hillary clinton said tonight she will never send u.s. ground forces into syria or iraq
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like trump she was at that forum on the military tonight. she said defeating isis is a top priority. >> we've got to do it with air power, we've got to do it with much more support for the air than the kurds will fight on the ground against isis. we have to squeeze them by continuing to support the iraqi military. >> she also promised to hold weekly oval office meetings with representatives from the pentagon andet veterans. new pressure on the v.a. because of its mistakes building that new hospital in aurora. the records mike coffman wants public. >> and the drastic change to the new iphone. >> and another first for colorado. the state's first hemp crop is being harvested. >> and a family finally gets its wish. why was it so hard to get a former military pilot
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tapz >> one storm in northern lincoln county! otherwise just high clouds.
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of hay inside. it's what's missing from the iphone 7 that's making news tonight. the new phone does away with the analog headphone jack. you'll have to use wireless headphones called airpods. >> a deliver an apple magical experience. when you try it, you're going to be blown away. >> tre provided to connect corded head phones. with the new veterans hospital project in aurora extremely behind schedule and overbudget, mike kaufman is subpoenaing records from the department of veterans affairs. the cost has ballooned to more than $1.6 billion, triple the original budget.
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documents related to construction costs. >> i believe this committee and the american people are entitled to review all the documents associated with the aurora aib and draw their own conclusions as to what went wrong and who should be held accountable. >> the d.a. says making those documents public could have a chilling effect on future internal investigations. a female world war ii pilot finally g to rest at arlington national cemetery. female pilots were barred from arlington. but her family fought an emotional battle to change that. >> reporter: teri harman was handed the flag as her mother was finally laid to rest at arlington national cemetery. she was a member of the women air force service pilot, also known
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wings in world war ii in noncombat mipgzs. >> this is something that my mother worked hard to earn >> reporter: when she died more than a year ago, they found out they could not make good on her final wish to be buried at arlington. >> it's not an easy thing to have to ask congress to pass a law just to bury your grandmother. >> reporter: martha mcsally is combat. >> these women were amazing pisdmeers is opened up doors -- pioneers and opened up doors for women like me. >> reporter: she joined the family to get that final wish fulfilled and came to say gonna be. >> the army banned women pilots
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a national park in california is getting its biggest expansion in 67 years. it is adding 400 acres of wetlands and meadow habitat. a conservation group bought that property from private owners and donated it to the park. the country's first ever certified hemp crop grown on the western slope. the goal is producing hemp plants with such a low get high. that way it can still be classified as industrial hemp. that indicates more than 25,000 uses for hemp. and that would mean big business for colorado producers. >> i think this will play out in colorado, the economics are still in play. it's an emerging industry, and is a lot more will be determined in coming years. >> industrial hemp can be used in health food, organic body care, clothing, and is a lot
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>> 5:00 this afternoon, a little cloudiness and a little low storm just wandered around all evening long. now it has just died down. that one little storm, we do have the high clouds, and that is from what was hurricane newton. now it is just a post-tropical cyclone. lots of rain moving up. will this get into lots of clouds get in. every once in a few, a shower or thunderstorm over the eastern plains. nothing really comes into the metro area. friday and saturday, here is saturday at 6:00 in the evening, couple of scattered showers over the southern mountains otherwise clear across the state. and a pretty nice weekend ahead. coming up, we have a stationary front and a cold front and a warm front. tomorrow under the influence of the warm front. back in the 80s. then a surge of cooler air that
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dozen degrees by friday. today 88 and 87. 52 and 57 were the starts. normal of 82 and 52. 71 and 67 right now. fall colors near from franktown. pretty sunsets and sunrises all this week. 50s and 60s for the overnight lows tonight. 40s, 30s in the higher elevations, 40s and 50s out west. and for tomorrow, another warm day around here with 80s and 90s for the eastern plains. 70s for the mountains, out west temperatures in the 80s and lower 90s as well.
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we'll see some clearing skies, also could see some patchy fog, especially northeast, low to mid-50s for the overnight lows. for tomorrow, we'll have a day much like today. fair, warm, high temperatures in the mid to upper 80s. and for the next several days, there is the cool-down. warming up for the weekend, 88 by sunday. another cold front 73, cooler on tuesday, 69 degrees! then we stay in the pleasant 70s, a few storms as thees goes on. >> september is pretty nice around here. >> it really is! a popular colorado race expanded to another city today. organizers started the fortitude 10-k in fort collins. >> you gotta have some sort of
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we have both. >> the race will start on the southwest part of town and end at the new football field.
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sanders 20, 15, shows the football, touchdown denver! >> sanders with the catch, it's a footrace to the end zone! [ cheering and applause ] >> touchdown denver! >> emanuel got his money. the broncos and sanders agreeing to a 3-year extension today. dealing with a repord million, $27 million of which is guaranteed. he's gonna be okay to play well tomorrow. probably unlike anything any of the players have experienced. it's the first game after the super bowl. and it's a super bowl rematch. you know the broncos are gonna be fired up. >> they work hard to be emotional.
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trust them to let them play. >> everybody's gonna be hyped of course. but you gotta contain it. you gotta keep it down. it's gonna be going so fast in the beginning, you gotta get them to calm down, and everybody gotta get calmed down so we can play ball. >> tonight's poll question, your prediction for tomorrow's game. 67% of you thinking the broncos win in a close one. rockies going for a series win over the the 4th, david dahl with his sixth home run of his career. that would make it 4-2 giants. then the very next batter, said i will raise you a solo shot. all of a sudden, two batters in, 1-run game! in the 9th, bases loaded for the pinch hitter christiania, donis off the wall and wait. just their third walk-off win of the season.
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he hasn't played a tournament in more than a year and a half and says he still has some work to do but is planning on playing in three tournament bfrpts end of the year. local celebrities teeing up for a good cause today. how well do the people of denver know the starting quarterback with prism on the go from centurylink, you can get your favorite shows right on your devices pretty much everywhere you go. um, paul, that was great. i like how you can walk around and watch your shows. and your delivery really evokes "the frozen north". meets "un giorno nella vita." or early film noir. like "whispering city." but the french version.
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hmm, it's a bit derivative. mom: and your suggestion? "the pottery maker"? son: no. "the summer of my despondency." feel like a hollywood insider with prism tv from centurylink. as a school superintendent, i saw how unnecessary regulations from washington made it more difficult for teachers and principals. and as a dad, i know we must empower those who spend every day with our kids. that's why i worked with republicans and democrats to replace the no child left behind law and increase local control of schools. i'm michael bennet. i approve this message because i believe parents and our communities
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the quarterback is usually the most recognizable guy on the team. we went to the 16th street
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>> who this is guy? >> paxton lynch? >> he looks familiar. >> do you know who the starting quarterback is? >> he has a funny name, it's like german or something. >> tom brady? >> i should know >> close. >> lower. >> 16. >> that is paxton lynch's number. >> 14 then. 11. >> higher. >> 13. >> yeah! [ laughter ] >> how do you spell trevor siemian? >> simeone.
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>> buz >> semoe ne. >> hopefully after tomorrow night, everyone will know. [ laughter ] >> and how to spell his name.
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>> on the plains you're treated to some interesting skies. >> this is a cool picture. a severe thunderstorm on the kansas border. and you can see it lighting up the clouds at night. great shot. >> lookse very cool. >> thanks so much for watching. >> stephen: we believe the iphone 7 is the most exciting iphone yet. you've heard the rumors and, yes, they are true. we have removed the headphone jack. ( applause ) thank you.


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