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this is the news at 10:00, as we begin with a breaking situation in boulder. police have just cleared a suspicious device from a parking lot on cu's campus. a live look at that scene. you still see some police activity going on. police were worried about a possible explosion after an unknown liquid was found inside of a bottle.
the area. they're now in the process of clearing what exactly was in that bottle. developing tonight, seven people taken to the hospital after a three-alarm fire roars through an apartment building. tonight, investigators trying to figure out what started it, tell us they can't rule out anything. our lauren dispirito live near yale. it was quite a challenge for those fire crews. >> reporter: it was, and four tonight, investigators have been able to determine where the fire started. they say on the southwest side of this corner, that it actually started outside, behind the arapahoe rescue patrol vehicle that you see there. but they're still investigating exactly how it started. they tell us of those seven people injured, five of them were first responders, all had to be taken to the hospital with smoke inhalation. >> the flames were going up the building. >> reporter: dexter victoria
hunter run, when a neighbor ran door to door telling people to get out. >> i saw flames coming out of that unit next to me. >> reporter: miguel happened to be driving by, and captured this image. >> when i was running towards the fire, it just kind of, it didn't blow up, but the whole thing got out of hand. >> reporter: 77 firefighters from 4 agencies fought the flames. >> all units, we are going defensive on this fire. we have a partial collapse. >> reporter: checking units for people who may have been it too dangerous to be inside. >> all units abandon the structure. >> reporter: investigators say they've accounted for everyone who live there, but the building is a total loss. you now at least the firefighter and the four deputies were transported and released. we're told they are all expected to be okay.
right now is assisting dozens of families. there were 24 different apartment homes in this building. live in arapahoe county, lauren dispirito, cbs4 news. there are new details about the man suspected of planting bombs in new york and new jersey. cbs news has learned that ahmad rahami traveled to afghanistan several times. we also know rahami is not cooperating with investigators. three hours after police sent out a phone aall right, rahami was shot by police and captured in linden, new jersey. a bar owner called police when he found rahami sleeping on his front stoop. >> i told them that there's this guy, you need to come and check it out. he don't look good. >> reporter: rahami's arrest ends a weekend of terror.
found a few blocks away, but it did not go off. surveillance video shows him walking along the street, dragging a bag that investigators believe contains a bomb. his fingerprint found on the unexploded device. police had linked rahami to a pipe bomb at a charity race. >> i have no there is a cell operating in the area, or the city. i have no indication that there's a cell operating here. >> rahami is a naturalized citizen from afghanistan. a new jersey congressman says that he got a letter from rahami in 2014, asking for help getting his pregnant wife a visa. a man from arvada is facing charges for allegedly
lawmaker. investigators say dylan hopkins sent a facebook message to sate senator laura woods. threatening to kill woods and her family. >> he was going to shoot me and my family in the face, and if we knocked on his door, he would deliver a bullet to the head. >> hopkins is now charged with harassment. woods says she is not going to stop her door-to-door campaigning, but will avoid hopkins' neighborhood. in a developing story. this woman from denver is charged with the allegations are even more disturbing now that we've learned she has made a career out of working with children. karen morfitt has been digging into the suspect's past. karen, what else are you finding? >> reporter: well jim, according to arrest paperwork, she was a very close family friend to the alleged victim, which is how they met. now these allegations stem from several years back, and have already been called into
attorneys. 41-year-old alex kuisis is charged with seven counts of sexual assault on a child. accused with molesting an 8- year-old girl beginning in 2008. >> things that happened in different locations. >> reporter: a spokesperson says kuisis was a close friend of the family. but it wasn't until recently that the victim revealed to authorities what happened. >> it's not assault for there to not be a report right away. >> reporter: according to an online resume, she's been working with children for several years, including a preschool in boulder, and most recently, the monosary academy. in it, the author writes, there
permeate my life. in the meantime, the investigation continues. >> there's no indication that there are other victims, but that will certainly be something investigators will keep an eye toward. >> reporter: i did reach out to kuisis this afternoon and received a response from her attorney who says it's unfortunate, the d.a. filed formal charges and released information before they have the opportunity to present information that they say questions the credibility of quote the very late accusations. frontier airlines says it's getting back to normal after frustrated passengers tell us they've been delayed for upwards of 8 hours. this picture of the lines at the customer service center out of dia. fly view.com says the flights were running 20 minutes to 8 hours behind today.
delays were to blame. but the pilot blames quote the same mismanaged focus on cost cutting that has placed frontier at the bottom of the industry. the city has cited the owners of the sterlings peaks apartments. several students told us they were very upset to find their two bedroom apartments had been converted to four bedrooms, with only a bookcase splitting the owners are facing 184 counts of building code violations, and each of the charges carries a possible fine of $1,000. new information on what might have caused the panic at a denver hospital last friday. you will recall, s.w.a.t. teams and officers were never able to confirm witness reports of a gunman or shots fired. jeff todd covered the lockdown that day. he's covering the story.
the things that led to this hour long lockdown and search were two nurses who say they saw a man outside of the hospital with a gun. other reports added to the confusion, but at this point, there's been no sign that a gun was ever fired on this medical campus. >> we got some reports that a man with a possible rifle was seen crossing the street in front of the parking garage. >> reporter: the first call came into 911 around 4:17 sunday afternoon. >> additional reports, two walking across the street with a rifle. >> reporter: as misinformation spread throughout the medical campus, police had no choice but to lockdown all the buildings and search for a suspected gunman. some nurses reported hearing gunshots inside the building, but may have heard something else. >> it's a possibility that the shutdown, the lockdown of the building caused that noise. our responsibility is to take care of that situation, so
that we get officers in there, and make sure that hospital is safe and clear. >> reporter: police would still like to talk to the person of interest, seen in surveillance video, but police aren't sharing the images or video. >> we did have some video footage. it's not real good footage. a possibility that that suspect recovered that weapon. it doesn't look at this point in time like he ever made it into the hospital. probably just walked by the hospital, but was carrying something that could can't tell from the video. >> reporter: one of the things that police say did go right here is that the nurses saw something and said something. they had a good report to go off of to make sure that everybody was safe. the hospital told us today, they're having a pretty big debrief meeting tomorrow. live in denver, jeff todd, cbs 4 news. also tonight the memorial service for the school bus
dia. kari chopper was a wife and mother. chopper was driving the bus carrying football players and coaches from legacy high school. investigators still don't know what caused her to lose control of that bus eight days ago. developing now, outrage after another police shooting of an unarmed black man. coming up. why some say the cop should be charged with murder. >> plus someone shooting out windows at a sy former boulder d.a. clearing the ramsey family means nothing to the current prosecutor. why john, or burke, could still be suspects in jonbenet's murder. >> after a hot day today, it is a quiet night around colorado, but i have a real pain in your forecast. i mean it. hurricane paine. all of this moisture moving right on up toward colorado.
we're following a developing story for you tonight in tulsa, oklahoma, after there a growing outrage, after a white officer shot and killed an unarmed black man. officers approached terrance crutcher because his vehicle was stalled in the road. dash cam video shows crutcher had his was tased and shot. the u.s. justice department is investigator. crutcher's family wants criminal charges, and says there is police helicopter video, showing the officer's rush to judgment. >> you all want to know who that big, bad dude was? that big, bad dude, was my twin brother. that big, bad dude was a father. >> the officer who shot
developing tonight, here in the south metro area, police trying to figure out who's shooting out car windows. several incidents have been reported in the past few months. the suv was parked at the littleton mineral light rail station, and when she got back from the broncos game, she saw the damage. >> definitely it was panic at first, and then it was anger. how could someone do this to my car? and now it's just, i really hope tme think of a better way to have fun. >> similar incidents have been reported at trailheads, and in neighborhoods, and jefferson douglas counties and littleton. investigators think the vandals are most likely kids. sweet ending for a popular chili vender who was told to pack up her peppers. for the past ten years, she has been running a vending.
the store director, but this year, that store director told her because was merger with safe way she couldn't do business there. good news though, after cbs4 contacted the management, they agreed to allow her to stay through mid-november. are they picks of pickled peppers? >> no. >> a hot one today could be a lot cooler though, later this week. >> thinking that same thing. as we take a look at our doppler 4000, from clark county to jeffso like we had a couple of sprinkles going on. a lot of it is too dry to be touching the ground. as we take a look at the big picture, there is a stationary front. we're on the warm side of it, as you found out today, and it goes into the great lakes. a stationary front along the coast. they just have a soggy day along the eastern seaboard. this is carl. moving north-northwest. however, see this flow here? it's going to get in this flow
but this one will, hurricane paine. paine? is that the best they could do, really? winds moving northwest at 15, and it's taking all the moisture and pushing into baja california, southern california, and now arizona. yes, it is heading toward colorado. so let's go to the hour by hour, and see what it's going to do. watch the clouds come up from arizona, through the hurricane, and push right on into our state. right on into denver, so we'll have that mixture of sun and clouds tomorrow. take a look at showers lining up along the front range from that hurricane. then we get a real good surge of moisture. watch it push up here. a big plume of moisture pushes into the area. so on thursday, we have a good chance for showers over the west. some of those could spill over to the east as the day progresses. look what we did today. 90 and 90. we were closer to the record high of 96, than what is normal, which is 77. started off at 56 and 60. that too, well above the normal
1971, dropped to 21 degrees on this date. rist cannon, 88. brush out on the eastern plains, 94 today. 72 and 70 right now. southeast breeze at 14. 29%. look at this good shot. manitou springs sunrise. here's one from elliot lawrence. we've got great color here. this is bear la down here and take a look at this from danny monahan. look at the color splashed on the hillsides. pretty shots all. temperatures for tonight, mostly in the 50s over the eastern plains. out west, temperatures up in the 40s and 50s, another warm one in the eastern plains with 80s and 90s for the east. 70s for the mountains out west. temperatures mostly in the 80s. here is your denver forecast. clear skies, 59 and 58 for the
way to increasing clouds. 89 and 90. then wednesday, we start with the scattered showers, maybe early on wednesday. fall arrives on thursday morning. 81, and it's going to feel fall like for friday and saturday with a chance for isolated storms, and into next week as well. temperatures staying in the very pleasant 70s. fall arrives and the temperatures drop. >> just like that. >> thanks ed. the says they could still be charged in the girl's murder. showing us where the case stands tonight. >> police. what's going on there, ma'am? >> we were kidnaps. >> reporter: it was several hours later when the body of 6- year-old jonbenet ramsey was found in the basement of the family home. who wrote the ransom note is
attorney says there's not much new to report. >> there had been no significant developments, and i would have been notified if there had been. the mother has since passed away from cancer. it was later revealed in 1999 that a grand jury voted to charge the parents. but then district attorney alex hunter declined to prosecute, feeling it could not be proven. both parents and the brother burke were cleared by d.a., mary lacy, but garnett says that means little. >> really not much of legal consequence. >> reporter: the family was cleared, because d.a. that was found in the connection with the murder was not theirs, and remains unidentified. boulder police have taken back the investigation from the d.a. two detectives are assigned part time. >> this is an open investigation. investigators from our major crimes unit are assigned to
they've examined 1500 pieces of evidence. 200 dna samples and received some 20,000 tips in total. >> most of them are along the lines of somebody had a vision and they learned in the vision who killed jonbenet, or god told somebody who killed jonbenet. that kind of thing. >> we have not, and will not give up. we remain focused on this investigation, and finding justice for jonbenet. >> people in boulder county are tired of this case. unless i ca really don't want to hear me talking about it much.
as the saying goes, it is next man up. that's the philosophy football teams use to deal with injuries. so demarcus ware out for 4 to a weeks, and allow me to introduce you to shane ray. yeah, right, as if he needs an introduction. the kid the victory over kansas city with the scoop and score. if there's a silver lining to ware's injury, it's that he missed a good portion of ota's, while dealing with a back injury. that means ray got a majority of the reps, so he's good to go. >> they've prepared me for this, all off-season, with demarcus being out with his back, and any situation for me to come in like this. so i'm comfortable, man, i've had a lot of reps these first two games.
work in, and working with demarcus and now just got to bring it up to another level. three games and two receptions for trevor simian. trevor's pick came on this screen pass on the line of scrimmage. the head coach saying, that's just a learning experience. >> as you play more, you learn that athletically these guys can make these plays, or maybe in college i can make that throw, or get it over this guy. now you're trying to get it over a great athlete, you know. of those things, you know. can i take a chance with the ball here? can i get it in this spot? sometimes you just can't, and that comes from playing. >> trevor probably lucky that wasn't a pick 6. what grade would you give trevor simian? 53% of you giving him a b. only 7% of you completely disgruntled and ready to see
with the touchdown run. nice job there. philly goes up 16-7. late inner the quarter, cutler going to find nigel bratton, the only problem, bratton plays for the other team. the eagles win it 29-14. it is a good time to be a sports fan in colorado. the broncos are 2-0, and the rockies are coming off a sweep of san that. the rbi single here. dj lemahieu would come home. nolan being nolan, in the 5th, ground ball, bare hand, no problem. just your typical gold glove stuff. very next batter, this bare hander was a little more difficult. still, no problem for nolan. the rockies had a chance with
3. the cu buffs looking like a mash unit. day-to-day after injurying his ankle, and the news is worse for junior linebacker derrick mccartney. he's out for the rest of the season after tearing his acl. kicker diego gonzalez, also out for the rest of the year, he suffered a torn achilles tendon. the buffs opening pac-12 play at oregon this weekend. when we come back, tim tebow is a professional athlete once again. the former broncos qb has his
today. that was by far the most media attention ever given to someone in the instruction league. tebow reiterating he's not doing it for the cameras. >> trying to be the best baseball player i can. more importantly, the person i can. i just try to let this stuff roll off my shoulder a lot easier now. i'm not doing it for them. i'm doing it to pursue what's in my heart, and dream, and live life to the fullest. >> haters going to hate. no surprise, tebow's jersey finished the day as the best