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>> a handful of people around the grain river ranch are being told to evacuate. strong winds are fanning this one. along the front range, clouds bring someplace showers for us. video shows the clouds moving through the front range this afternoon. the threat of showers not over yet. >> chris spears with the mobile weather lab. cooler, spotty showers. did it all come up from coming from the west and the south today. we have had surface winds at the south and southeast, and is the upper winds out of the west and southwest. a combination of the two. the earlier showers have dissipated in the castle rock area. take a look at this video. rob and i in the mobile weather
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canyon, we caught a beautiful double rainbow. just as bright as you can imagine! that was visible, we even had some pictures sent in to us. out here live, it is 56 degrees here in castle rock. a little chill in the air this is the news in campaign 2016. republican presidential candidate donald trump coming to colorado. this is video of his first campaign stop in our state in july. trump will be here again saturday, rallying supporters in colorado springs. the event is at the jet centers on aviation way. 7:30 perform. we'll have a report that night. hillary clinton takes a few
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pneumonia. the candidates both want to move into the white house. and craig boswell is there tonight. both facing questions about their health. >> reporter: they certainly are. good to talk to you again. hillary clinton will take another day off the campaign trail tomorrow. she rel sum her travels again on thursday. today president obama made his first solo campaign appearance for hillary clinton as she rested at home. >> reporter: it is good to be back on thepa [ laughter ] >> reporter: hillary clinton got a big-name supporter campaigning for her tuesday. >> this is not me going through the motions here. i really, really, really want to elect hillary clinton. >> reporter: clinton is still resting at home from pneumonia. the campaign is being criticized for not revealing the diagnosis. >> the staff had known
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releasing medical information and says he will release numbers this thursday from a physical he received last week. tuesday afternoon in iowa, trump slammed clinton for calling half his supporters a basket of deplorables. >> her comments displayed the same sense of arrogance and entitlement that led her to violate federal law as secretary of state. >> reporter: a new nbc news poll shows trump closing in on clinton. he's trail big 4 points. >> >> reporter: trump trimmed 2 point offense that lead in the last week. donald trump just wrapped up his speech on his proposal to make childcare more affordable. the ncaa says it will not play championship basketball games in north carolina this year to protest the state law there. >> this is the news across
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requires transgender people use public bathrooms corresponding to the sex on their birth certificate. the ncaa says the law allows discrimination against lgbt people. the state's republican lieutenant governor calls pulling the games out extortion. >> fairness and inclusion are right at the heart of what the ncaa does and what universities do. so for our university presidents, this was the >> are our women and girls of the state of north carolina are not for sale. >> the ncaa says it would decide on future tournaments in that state earlier next week. police in milwaukee wisconsin searching for a young man who escaped a police van in handcuffs. the man was arrested on charges of stealing a car and
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scary picture of what would happen if voters approve amendment 69. >> also coming up, our political specialist gives that ad a reality check. >> a lot of showers and thunderstorms from utah into western colorado. eastern colorado, sunny and dry to the border. ,, in one door - a member of congress. out another - a high-paid lobbyist. 131 former members of congress are now lobbyists in washington, dc.
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that's why i'm fighting for a new law to permanently ban former members of congress from ever becoming lobbyists. i'm michael bennet and i approve this message because congress should only work for you. know what's in this box? well, in case your crystal ball is broken, here's a hint. safe, reliable energy, for starters. but there's also a commitment to this community. see, at xcel energy this is our hometown.
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shaun boyd breaks down what you need to know about amendment 69 in today's reality check. >> reporter: i don't know anyone who would argue our of reform. but just how far would you go to change the system? amendment skieb sets up a single-payer system which is opponents say goes too far. >> it would raise our taxes by $25 billion a year, double the size the state government, and give colorado the highest income taxes in the country >> reporter: that's all true. amendment 69 creates colorado care, a healthcare payment system confined to colorado.
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private insurance, obamacare, and most governor programs for everyone who's lived in the state at least a year. medicare would remain for those over age 65. it would be funded by a 10% income tax hike, generating an estimated $25 billion a year, which, yes, is nearly the double the size of the entire state budget and would make colorado's income taxes the highest in the country, but leader what you need to know: analysis by the colorado universal healthcare which is supports the amendment, finds the elimination of insurance premiums and deductibles would offset the new taxes. while the tax increases double the size of government, it doesn't affect expenditures in the current budget. it's entirely straight, which brings us to the next claim. >> to replace your doctor's decisions with a state program run by politicians >> reporter: not exactly. colorado care is run by an elected board which by the way controls all its elections
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state. like insurance companies, it will decide everything copayments to what's covered and how much providers are reimbursed, as well as how healthcare records are stored. while it's a quasi government program, there is no government oversight. colorado care revenue is exempt from taber, meaning revenue in excess of constitutional limits does not have to be refund bud voters have to approve any additional tax increase, and an election run by the board. >> what could possibly go wrong with >> reporter: bottom line, the group behind this ad, funded primarily by insurers and providers has a lot to loose if amendment 69 passes. so do coloradans. the increased taxes would kick in next year burk colorado care could take years to set up there is no deadline and no plan if it fail. many insurance providers may leave the state in the meantime. we also have a lot to gain. colorado care replaces an insurance industry largely run
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boards with no transparency. and colorado care covers everyone, including the hundreds of thousands of coloradans now uninsured ,, ? ? ? isaac hou has mastered gravity defying moves to amaze his audience. great show. here you go.
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the u.s. and russia brokered a cease-fire deal which took effect last night. it is billed as the last chance for peace in the wartorn nation. 300,000 people have died in the conflict. if the cease-fire holds, it will allow humanitarian aid to reach the thousands of desperate people in besieged areas. a plane loses its landing gear after indonesia. the plane skidded for just under a mile, and the landing gear was ripped off. the cargo plane was delivering fuel supplies. no one was hurt. >> take that into the shop. [ laughter ] >> buff it right out. [ laughter ] >> not a problem. >> what's going on? >> a couple of showers, mainly to the west. the east is dry. and we've seen in between scattered showers in denver but no big deal. we do have some
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gray skies, fog this morning. and now you can see blue skies. we had this batch of showers across castle rock there. they had some showers, a little thunderstorm, and a little activity in defer, right there. as you look to the west, that's where a lot of the moisture is, again that big low pressure system just pump the moisture into the area, this is slowly gonna move off to the east. we continue to see these showers and thunderstorms come our way. fresh snow atop the mountains near estes park. take a look at this from this morning, fog near conifer. doppler 4,000, a couple of scattered showers here, the farther east you go, the drier it seems to be. this is 4:00 am, a few showers during the early-morning rush hour. then they leave, a little sunshine. by 3:00, the showers and thunderstorms back once again! and they're more prefb lent over
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prevalent over the front range and the mountains. friday i think we have a better chance for storms. 3:00 pm, showers in the foothills, and then a push over the front range. a lot of moisture over the southeast, and is riding up sxakt 49 other norms. from our weather watchers, 57 superior, 64 in lone tree. everybody below 70 degrees! still there, 62 and 62 now. east 23 for the winds. 56% humidity, a falling barometer. steve adams looking attica thedral spires, this from conifer. and this guy.
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temperatures for tonight, eastern plains. 30s, 40s for the high country. 40s, 50s out west. tomorrow warmer, 60s, 70s, 80s. your denver forecast tonight, mostly cloudy skies, a few scattered showers still around, 48 and 47. for tomorrow, kind ever like today. mostly cloudy, a few scattered thunderstorms. warmer, 74 and 75. and for the next several day friday, into saturday. even sunday. we're closer to 80. >> nice weekend coming. a child is hurt after a phone explodes in his hand. >> how the phone company is
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stocks took a hit today. investors are showing concerns about the global economy. a new study by the university of denver finds raising the minimum wage in colorado would help the state's economy. want proposal would raise the minimum wage from $8.31 to $12 an hour. we showed you the rally yesterday at the
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the current wage. the ballot measure would be a job-killer, opponents say. and one economic study shows colorado could lose tens of thousands of jobs if it passes. but that study found 400,000 households in colorado would see higher incomes, and children and women would benefit the most. the study claims incomes would increase for 20% of households in the iphone 7 and 7 plus presales are through the roof. orders are up nearly four times from the previous two models. the iphone 6 and the 6 s. the iphone's main xheertd works to find a solution -- competitor works to find a solution for overheating
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note 7 phones being recalled. a 6-year-old boy's mother's phone exploded when he was playing a game on it. the phone was not charging. the 6-year-old suffered first degree burns to his hands and a portion of the floor in the family's home is now charged. >> the battery exploded, and it was just like fireworks in the house. >> reporter: sam sung is working on a fix for the phone. soft phone will make the
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breaking news out of denver's mont bellow
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andrews drive. we'll follow this for tonight at 10:00. police looking for possible victims of a sex tin scandal at a local school. >> reporter: i'm ketty werthmann in jefferson county where authorities have arrested a school employee for allegedly sexting students. he was taken into custody yesterday after he sent nude penalties of himself to a -- pictures of himself to a 13-year-old girl at middle school. the inappropriate contact reportedly gone gan in the spring -- began in the spring. deal got the girl's phone number through snapchat or instagram accounts. authorities want to parents to talk to their kids about the dangers of social media. >> reporter: in bailey tonight search wondering what will happen to this very well known winery after a big rig lost
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it happened at about 1:00 this morning. the truck ended up inside this building. no injuries to anyone inside. but the driver sustained serious injuries, was taken to the hospital. state patrol is investigating. they say the driver is not facing any charges at this time. but they are still looking into exactly how that truck lost control. as for the owners of this building, they say they're gonna wait and see. they have some serious safety questions about this stretch of who said they have had several big ris crash here in bailey -- rigs crash here in bailey in the past few years. >> reporter: tom mustin in parker where scammers are using the name of a wounded detective to take your money. detective dan bright was shot in the line of duty seep 2nd and in critical condition -- september 2nd and in critical condition. residents in douglas county and denver are referring phone calls from bogus callers pretending to be raising
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overseas and the department will never solicit money over the phone. always ask questions, be very wearo of any group -- wary of any group asking for money over the phone. >> from the 60s today, the 70s tomorrow, into the weekend. and less chance for showers toward the weekend. >> thanks very much! >> thank you for joining us. ,, 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. i'm just gonna take a drumstick there. hmm, it's a bit derivative. mom: and your suggestion? "the pottery maker"? son: no. "the summer of my despondency."
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and the houseguests have no idea what's coming. it's time to let them in on the secret. houseguests, i need you all to gather in the living room right now.
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>> julie: please sit on the side couches. do not sit in the eviction chairs. >> i like that, julie. >> julie: expect the unexpected. all five of you are there. i have some news for you. we are about to begin a surprise eviction episode, so, everyone, get ready because tonight, one of you will be sent to the jury house. i'll be back shortly to get things started. welcome to the surprise eviction episode of "big brother." >> previously on "big brother": at a slippery race for power, corey was butter than the rest. >> whooo! i'm super pumped. i just won h.o.h. me and nicole are guaranteed final four. >> paul and victor felt confident in the final four alliance with nick-corey.
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but up james and he should be the one that goes home. >> but corey and nicole had other intention. >> i want to go to final three with james. paul and victor is a strong duo, if i have a chance to take a swing at victor, i will do. >> i like it, i like it a lot. >> wanting to ensure their plan would work-- >> nicole and i are going to take a shot at paul and victor. we have to make newer james is on our partnership with james. >> what do you think we have planned? >> i think you're all going for some big fish this week. i trusted corey and nicole throughout the whole game. they've always had my best intentions and it's reciprocated both ways. i just hope we can ride this oing out to the end. >> at the nomination ceremony-- >> i nominated you, victor, and you, paul. >> it was the final nail for the final four. >> i've got to take this shot. momma didn't raise no bitch.


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