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states. seeing deitrick's struggle in the last minutes of his life was heartbreaking and difficult. she does not understand how anyone would leave a person to die. >> i hope they turn themselves in. i feel like living with that guild is gonna tear him apart. >> reporter: if you have any information that may help solve this crime, there is a $2,000 reward. a driver got his foot stuck on the gas that seven eleven. this was in the town of security in el paso county. no one was seriously hurt. new details on the man suspected of ed the new york and new jersey bombings. >> his father contacted the f.b.i. in 2014 expressing concerns his son might be a terrorist. this is the news across america at 6:30. the f.b.i. investigated him but at
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today officials examined a notebook of his containing extremist ramblings. an unarmed black man shot by a police officer has his family calling for criminal charges. police shot and killed terrence crutcher last week. police were responding to a call about an abandoned vehicle. the spokesman says the officer who shot crutch her a stun gun but did not use it. >> i'm demanding that be pressed immediately. the footage is there, the video speaks for itself. >> tulsa police have promised transparency in their investigate. the da will review evidence from the case. a couple in california caught a porch pirate redhanded. an amazon driver drops off the package. 1 minute later, the van comes back. a different man gets out and steals the package right
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that guy is taking my package back to the amazon van. >> he just delivered it, and he's taking it back. and i was freaking out. >> the thief was paying the amazon delivery guy $50 a day to ride along and steal packages. needless to say, amazon fired the driver. angelina jolie filed for she is seek full custody of their six kids. entertainment website tmz reports her reason for the divorce has to do with pitt's parenting. a man building an empire is
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there. >> we have 90 people so far. >> reporter: rows and rose of chairs that all earn matthew money. a man who could not be stopped. >> pure grit i would think. i just want really wanted a place where stylts an awesome, growing city. >> reporter: it started out ten years ago. now he has salons here, on broadway, and soon the tech center. his work is all over. top end models all over the world. >> hollywood at times. >> yeah, hollywood, new york a ton. this month alone, i'm going to lisbon, amsterdam, and new
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>> i'm staying here. >> reporter: so much so, he provided a scholarship that brought in one of his top stylists. >> my siblings and i grew up homeless. it was just opportunity after opportunity after opportunity which is great. >> reporter: and it's worked for matthew too. >> oh, yeah. i love emily griffith. it's amazing. it's a great place. >> reporter: we found his way and some ofis from emily griffith, something he will never forget. no matter how big he gets. >> basically if you want to go far, bring someone with you. >> an exhibit showing the 100-year history of emily griffith school is on display at
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a massive security team was waiting when a jet liner landed in the philippines. >> police were worried about what was happening on board. the mistake created a huge scene. >> lots of clouds around here, a few scattered showers. and the moisture from the hurricane is headed from colorado!
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more than 400,000 coloradans are living with diabetes and three million more are at risk. >> reporter: dj smith has been >> i've always loved lacrosse. i'd love to play professional. >> reporter: hey started playing before he was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. he still plays but now he carefully tracks his blood sugar levels and insulin intake. >> this is basically my pancreas right here. >> reporter: dj uses a pump to regulate his insulin, and takes breaks when he feels like his sugar is low. he's not shy about his diagnosis.
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i really don't care. >> reporter: what he does care about is finding a cure. he has big plans. >> the first thing i'm gonna do, go to wyoming, buy a bunch of fireworks and blowup my kit. >> reporter: it includes testers, needle, insulin, everything a dibeltic has to carry every minute of every day. he is working for a cure by raising money for tour de cure. friends look at me like huh? yeah. >> reporter: dj took his fundraising efforts to the nearest king soopers and solicited for donations while wearing his red rider jersey. they are participants who are living with diabetes. dj is positive he won't be wearing that jersey forever. >> i can't wait until that day where i can blowup my kit. i
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association's tour de cure is this saturday.
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the power of the sun and the wind. it can fuel our lives and our economy, too. over 10,000 jobs in colorado alone.
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something had to be done. so, i teamed up with republicans and democrats to pass the new laws we needed to help renewable energy grow. protecting the jobs we have and generating more for the future. i'm michael bennet, and that's
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the white house says the u.s. is holding russia responsible for the air strikes that hit a convoy in syria. >> 20 truckloads of food got hit in route to a warehouse. those killed include the drivers, humanitarian workers and civilians. the united nations suspended all aid shipments to syria because of the airstrikes. someone pressed a hijack but theon twice, 20 miles from the airport. the captain notified the tower and admitted he made a mistake. crews didn't take any chances. one person is missing following a typhoon in japan. it made landfall overnight. several provinces are seeing heavy
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are evacuated. at least 36 are hurt. we've got some changes brewing! >> after 90 degrees yesterday, 90 degrees yesterday, we could be 30 degrees colder by the weekend! first outside we have some sunshine trying to push through. you can see the sun but basically we had a pretty g this is what we were talking about when we said the moisture would come up to the south. these high pressure systems enhance that flow and keep it over colorado and we're over on the southern side of that. and that is the warm part of that funnel system. as we look, showers along the east coast, a stationary front over that area. and to the north, we have some showers into the great lakes region. two tropical storms, sxarl lease arc both
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the u.s. not forecast to hit u.s. this is tropical depression paine. ton was moisture coming up in our areaget here, head away from the u.s. not forecast to hit u.s. this is tropical depression paine. ton was moisture coming up in our area. more moisture in the mountains, friday gets more serious! look at this from casper to laramie, and down i-25. pretty good chance for some showers and thunderstorms. 90 today, 89 downtown. just where we were yesterday. 60 and 59 for the lows. this from our weather watchers. 82 and 84 right now.
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silver plume with the mountains. this from debbie, you can see the orange and gold. joey are you kidding man in vail -- ruckman in veil. 40s for the mountains, out waste 40s, 50s, 60 degrees. tomorrow mountains and west on the cool side with 60s and 70s. cooling won't be here until the next day. we'll see the 70s, 80s, low 90s over the for tonight, scattered showers, 63 and 61. for tomorrow, we'll see some morning showers, partly cloudy skies, afternoon shower as well, around that 80 degree tomorrow.ed this, friday -- look at saturday, look at sunday! low 60s! >> real football weather. and the broncos are in cincinnati. [ laughter ] you could be throwing away your money depending on what gas
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. 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 will protect colorado's public lands, jobs, and our rural way of life. gail schwartz -- independent leadership for colorado. house majority pac is responsible
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stocks ending the day slightly higher. dow up 36. nasdaq grew 12. a senator calling on a criminal investigation into wells fargo' ceo.
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accounts without customers' permission. today the ceo was grilled on capitol hill. senator warren slammed him for not firing any of the senior executives linked to the scandal. >> here's what really gets me about this. if one of your tellers took a handful of $20 bills out of the cash drawer, they'd probably be looking at criminal charges for theft. they could end up in prison. breaking point so they would cheat customers, and you have dried up the value of your stock and put hundreds of millions of dollars in your own pocket. >> i want to make very clear that we never directed, nor wanted our team members to provide products and services to customers that they did not want. >> he is also refusing to step
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waffles. the company says they maybe contaminated with listeria. the recall affects about 10,000 cases of the nutrigrain whole wheat eggos. no one has gotten sick. new information about the gas you put in your car. aaa says american drivers are wasting money on premium grades they typically don't need. an aaa study found more than 16 million drivers filled up with need, and that cost a combined $2.1 billion. >> if your scar designed to run on regular gasoline, using the premium fuel or 93 octane isn't going to make it run better, get better fuel economy, or have lower emissions. >> the american patrolium institute agrees they run fine
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etroleum institute agrees they run fine on the regular stuff. what am i missing? [ laughter ] >> i don't know either. [ laughter ] >> grab some popcorn and get comfy!
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a bank robber dubbed the wicked wig bandit strikes again. >> reporter: i'm kelly
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bank where the wicked wig bandit began her robbing spree. the woman seen in this video is responsible for robbing five banks in the metro area in the last month. just yesterday evening, the woman wearing a dark wig and sunglasses hit the chase bank in north glen. she uses a note to demand cash and says she has a gun. investigators describe this repeat robber as dangerous. a reward up to $7,000 is being recovered fornf in summit county, loveland pass has been closed all day after a beer truck lost control, skidding down the pass, hitting two other cars driving up the road. both were sent off the embankment. the video of that beer truck that crashed, it's incredible no one was killed in the incident.
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hospital. the roads were closed for more than eight hours. >> reporter: flames burned through three buildings. it could take days to determine the actual outside of a bottom floor unit. >> we need some rain! >> a little moisture streaming our way. that could bring us
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only 63 by sunday! >> cool of the north, moisture from the south. >> that's how we're gonna get it! >> you should be a weatherman. [ laughter ] >> thanks for joining us.
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one of my coworkers is at the bar. miguel. i know, i know. no, miguel. i know. no, i know. you promised. no police work tonight. i'll make it super quick. (sighs) like, super quick. like, i'll just go and be like, ?hey.? high-five. real quick. two seconds. i'm just gonna... (snaps fingers, pops lips) you're my angel. you know that, right, elena? say it. i'm your angel. good. oof, that wasn't so hard, right?
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they'll let anyone in here, huh? (both chuckle) hey, i'm gonna get you a drink. no. no, i'm here on business. oh. well... must be important if the captain is sending you out this late. not the captain. mr. silva sent me. he wanted to express his condolences about your sister back in the u.s. and since you're a lying american agent, she dies tonight. (grunts) (choking) shh. shh. (groaning) it's okay, it's okay. (laughing) i'm not gonna tell your mom, okay? (laughing) oh, hey, can we get him a little water, please?


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