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good morning, everyone. i am alan gionet and this is the news on tuesday, september 20. >> i am alan gionet. dozens of people without a home this morning after an apartment complex catches fire. with the latest coming up on cbs4 morning news. the fbi in new york and new jersey are getting a closer look at some of the bonds used >> senator michael bennet declines an offer to debate as he runs for reelection. we have reaction to that move. live from colorado's newschannel. this is cbs4 morning news. >> first what september weather we've been having. >> summer seems to be hanging on this week. lauren is tracking a warm forecast before the cool down.
today. not quite as warm as yesterday but you will notice it'll be a lot cloutier today. we even have a little bit of rain in our southwestern corner. we are seeing some moisture from a tropical storm in the southwest. right now let's check in with joel. we have a couple trouble spot this morning with the east of santa fe out to broadway and then along 23rd from denver into loo main break closing off a portion of the roadway. some people said why don't you talk about my construction project? this is why. it is summer time, and that means there is comes out almost anywhere. >> right now people are still out of their homes after a massive fire.
yellow. >> reporter: there were seven people transported to the hospital. we are up close right where the fire started on the southwest corner. deputies this morning are keeping an eye on the scene as investigators were to figure out a cause. flames broke out yesterday afternoon around 4:00. we had this captured image. he burning building to see if there's anything they could do to help. >> when i was running toward the fire, it's just did not blow up but the whole thing got out of hand. >> reporter: medics took seven people to the hospital putting one county firefighter.
the condition of the two others. we are told all seven were treated for smoke inhalation and are expected to be okay. there are dozens without homes this morning. red cross was not able to get a full count, but we know it is helping in this case. we are looking to learn more about because of this fire. investigators are really nothing out at this point. jamie leary, cbs4 news. trying to figure out what motivated a naturalized u.s. citizen from afghanistan to carry out a series of weekend bombings in new york and new jersey. ahmad khan rahami was taken into custody monday after a shootout in linden, new jersey. he is charged with five counts of attempted murder and two gun charges. federal officials are still looking into the possibility of terrorism charges.
you really want to kill someone with a maximum effect. >> experts say making these pressure cooker bombs does not require a high level of training. rahami is charged with five counts of attempted murder and federal prosecutors say they are still looking at bombings. a man from nevada facing charges for threatening a state lawmaker. 21-year-old dylan hopkins send a facebook message to the state senator lora woods threatening to kill woods and her family. >> use going to shoot me and my family in the face and he will deliver a bullet to the head. >> he is now charged with harassment.
door to door campaign but she will avoid the neighborhood of hopkins. you'll notice it is cloudy or to start the day with a little rain in our southwest corner close to alamosa this morning. we have a tropical storm that has made landfall. a lot of rain in the north baja area into arizona with some thunderstorms out of this. southwestern corner of the state today and will be a bit cloudier as well. it is pretty warm outside this morning with 52 in greeley and 57 in burlington with 49 in aspen. we have these clouds and it is trapping in some of the heat as well. temperatures at the but stop -- bus stop should be in the near to upper 50s. looking out across the
trouble spot in the southbound direction of i-25 with a truck having spilled asphalt along the roadway. you have got a couple lanes that will make a mess for folks trying to make their way into town. at 23rd and quitman is our trouble spot this morning. michael bennet says he will not debate his of applicant challenger here on cbs4 . our debate ul coloradans then any other the season giving the chance for people to see the candidates unfiltered. shaun boyd explains why it won't happen. >> reporter: most candidates view this as an opportunity not to be passed up. only once has a candidate declined to debate an opponent on air. in 2014 mark udall said no. that senator michael bennet is
bennett is out in a close race so you would think has nothing to lose. >> i think it reflects a weak incumbent who is not confident in his ability to take on at republican opponent. >> reporter: dick wadhams suggests that bennet is running out the clock. >> i'm sure he is confident with the way the polls are looking right now he doesn't need to do this debate. senator bennett? >> reporter: just two weeks ago they took the challenger of bennet to task for pulling out of the denver post debate saying he is depriving coloradans an opportunity. darryl glenn says bennet is scared after his first debate. >> he continued to support the
he did not receive a favorable response. >> reporter: both candidates have left voters down according to pennville tate. >> that was shaun boyd reporting. which he asked the communications director the reason he said a statement that just attacked glenn. we have a recall to let you know about involving waffles sold and the federal government was to remove wild horses. the controversy landed in a federal courtroom in denver and what both sides are saying
the power of the sun and the wind. it can fuel our lives and our economy,
too. over 10,000 jobs in colorado alone. but when washington gridlock was choking the industry, something had to be done. so, i teamed up with republicans and democrats to pass the new laws we needed help renewable energy grow. protecting the jobs we have and generating more for the future. i'm michael bennet, and that's
here is a highly debated question. should the u.s. government remove wild horses from public land? we already told you about a round of last year. a federal judge in denver heard arguments yesterday. the first involves whether the bureau of land management uses a request to remove wild horses that come on the property. >> we are in court today to defend the wi wyoming from an assault on their freedom. >> there is public land to the south and north. most of it is not fenced. the horses will just keep coming on to private land and moving back to public land. it is a very difficult program to manage. >> wyoming is suzy -- suing demanding they remove hundreds of federal horses within the
come soon. they could have implications on applications on forest products in complications in colorado. a large increase in drug overdose deaths in colorado. yesterday cynthia hoffman talked about what is called the colorado initiative training law enforcement and first responders how to use this drug reversing the effects of an overdose. we havha 2002 and 2014 in colorado. the county is will also be getting a rescue kit including adams county and pueblo county. happening now you may want to toss out the waffles in your freezer. kellogg's is recalling 10,000
they could be contaminated with listeria. they have dates of november 2017. so far there is no cases of finally getting sick. we have a cool down on the way this weekend. if you are thinking it is too warm for you, wait until this weekend. 61 degrees in denver and 52 in greeley 40 in leadville and 60 degrees in grand junction. you will notice there is more cloud cover this morning with a little bit of rain in the southwestern corner. we have this cloud cover because we have a tropical storm to the west and its moisture is still flowing up into parts of the southwest. flash flooding is a big concern
rain the eastern part of california as well. we will see that the red the day today. it should be on the dry side for us with the chance for rain today. we will be on the cloudy side with a couple pockets of sunshine. overnight tonight we have a chance for rain in parts of the southwest. potentially tomorrow morning in denver. we have a chance of rain later on in the day as well and we will continue to see that moisture through tomorrow including parts of colorado. it is still warm outside even though we have the cloud cover with 92 in burlington and 98 in lamar. 76 in angel and 76 in grand junction.
making its way toward the great basin later this week. we will see some cooler temperatures toward the weekend. for the next couple of days, 80 on friday with a chance for isolated storms in the 60s on friday. here is a look at i-25 and santa fe this morning. we have a couple trouble spots with one of them southbound along i-25. we have got a truck that is built asphalt and previously we were seeing yellow and orange. we will continue to watch that for you. here we are across the denver metro area at 23rd and quitman closing off that intersection. we also help work going on in
with an ongoing projects and just a mess. i would avoid that if you could. lots of people were saying why did not you talk about the construction in my neighborhood? the codes cones-- are out. it is construction season and do expect delays. >> thank you, right now a search for vandals is happening because they are shooting out of car windows in littleton. one victim says her suv was hit in the parking lot. our tom mustin has more. >> reporter: mandy is happy to be home after her car was targeted at the light-rail station.
completely shattered. i am really lucky there was no blood in my car at the time. >> reporter: -- know one in my car at the time. >> reporter: it happened fairly frequently. douglas county also had this. the weapons were bb guns and pellet guns. the incidence have no consistent pattern and detectives have no suspects. pictures show the bullet holes send broken glass cascading across the seat. >> i thought this was a safe place to park. >> reporter: the damage cost several hundred dollars. rtd says surveillance video has come up empty. mandy is telling her story so other families will be aware. >> i would really like this to
,, washington is broken. a blatant case of special interests buying influence in washington. a draft bill by scott tipton was largely written by tipton's biggest campaign contributor. even worse, tipton's plans threaten thousands of recreation industry jobs. gail schwartz -- independent leadership for colorado. house majority pac is responsible
we have jill schlesinger here to talk about it. good morning. last december when the fed raised rates for the first time in nine years, it was expected to have four rate hikes this year. what happened to that? >> reporter: economic growth slowed down to a crawl with one person gdp. the stock market also tumbled and stayed on the sidelines fearing if they raise interest rates too quickly it could derail the recovery. that is wife regulators think they will skip this meeting and probably the next one also. remember, if the central bank waits too long it could foster asset bubbles. we have one may be forming in the stock market or the commercial real estate market
why the feds will probably focus on the december meeting as the next potential time for a rate hike. >> dependent on the fed's action, how would this effect us? >> reporter: you know, the fed probably has the most significant impact on our financial lives than anybody or anyone else. beyond the overall economy, these ultra low interest rates have been fantastic for farmers and also investors. it has been awful for savers. i know that many of you are frustrated by your low rates on your money market accounts. if so, you may want to check out bankrate.com to find some good options with internet-based institutions. i keep hearing from people who
interest rates that i am putting money in the stock market. please be careful. risk it exists when interest rates are low and high and i am nervous people are piling into stock and they may be forgetting how bad it feels when the market moves against them. >> a very good point. we talk about the president and congress but it is the fed in a great deal of this. thank you very much. let's take a look at what is happening across the country. the chance for strong city in southern minnesota into iowa and it is hot with 96 in dallas today and 93 in new orleans. the east coast have some rain today and temperatures in the mid to upper 80s. it is muggy out that direction looking at the rain in the desert southwest.
bringing a lot of rain into arizona and the seven parts of california and the north baja region looking at the potential for flooding. 60s and 70s and fairly mellow. it has been a smooth morning commute through town. i think you will like that drive to the airport on i-25, which is nice and open. running nepo eastbound along i-70 out to i- 225 the a line is running on time. another warm day is on the way and coming up next on cbs4 what the part of transportation wants to do before more driverless cars hit the road and by this seems a little scary to some drivers.
authorities are trying to figure out if he has any terrorist links. i am hena daniels in new york with the latest on the investigation comes up. >> it is time now for the colorado hyundai dealers sports break. -- it is tone for the board sports break. >> demarcus ware is out for five weeks. allow me to introduce to you shane ray. chances are you did not know the name because he sealed the victory with the if there is a silver lining, it is a good portion of training camp. that meant ray should be good to go. >> the prepared me for this on the off-season. with marcus being out it was good for me to do this. i've had a lot of rest these