tv CBS4 Morning News-530A CBS September 23, 2016 5:30am-6:00am MDT
you can head up to orchard or down to dry creek and access back over to arapahoe. colorado secretary of state wayne williams is responding to a cbs4 investigation on dead voters. last neither when our story aired, secretary williams released a statement reading if part, "while vote fraud is rare, it does indeed occur" and he's working to make sure all incidents are prosecuted. our report st examples of votes being cast in the name of people who died months and years later. dead men and women still listed in colorado as eligible voters. brian moss told colorado secretary of state about a woman in colorado springs who died but voted four years in a row after her death.
she's passed away. it's illegal and a crime and has been roughered to the the state for prosecution. for -- -- referred. a curfew in charlotte as the view of the video. >> reporter: police in riot gear moved on demonstrators on interstate 277 in charlotte shortly before the mandatory curfew took affect. one man took a knee and as tensions escalated officers used tear gas and pushed them off the highway. >> you got to go owl in. you can't run in fear.
>> some residents stepped in to help maintain calm. >> demonstrators circled downtown charlotte for hours. >> others staged a die-in on the steps of the county courthouse will national guards men feet away. >> there was a lot more positive people out here and a lot of groups were involved making a statement peacefully. >> reporter: the rel at thisly peaceful tone of the evening here in uptown charlotte followed two straight the death of keith scott. hundreds of extra state patrol officers and national guards men with heavy equipment helped maintain order. protests are demanding officials release video of the deadly police encounter that claimed his life. scott's relatives privately viewed dash cam video of his killing thursday and couldn't tell whether he was holding a weapon as police claimed.
feelings of the loved ones of the people who have died before we rally to say make the video public. >> authorities say they will not release the video because of the ongoing investigation. don champ ion, cbs news charlotte. protests were sprayed with a chemical agent on thursday night. the 26-year old man shot in the head on died. right now three men in custody in colorado after a wild crime spree through several colorado communities unnerving people by shooting at cars. it ended with a crazy chase. jamie leary is live this morning with the latest from boulder. good morning, it was a crime spree that police and sheriff's deputies here in boulder say left 11 cars totalled with damage including
into custody yesterday evening and likely facing a judge this morning. police say the crimes were committed using a air soft or pellet gun shooting eight cars in longmont. others shot in airy and lafayette. the suspects used a blue toyota stolen out of denver. it's the one people were shooting from as reported. then one of the suspects also stole a mini van that was pursuit was called off because it was too dangerous. someone called police after saying the mini van was in a parking lot in lafayette about 8:30 last night. the three suspects were not in the car so police put stop sticks down in the parking lot which flattened the tires of the van as the suspects drove away. they continued driving getting as far as baseline and north finch and then they ran. police were able to capture all
>> it's been a long day with all the criminal mischiefs that have been sited several times in the area. it's been a long day trying to catch them. they were shooting at cars driving down the road. >> so a dangerous situation and good thing they're finally all in custody. one is under 18 and the other two are adults. usually in this case, they will be seen by a judge in jail and then their next stop is here. live from the boulder county news. a teenager accused of beating a 71-year old woman who offered him help is now in custody. that story is just ahead. first let's go to dave aguilera with the latest on your weather this morning. hey, i was going to wait until you finished there allen. nice temperatures going on this morning. 66 in green wood village now and 53 in wonder view. gary is our weather watcher in
-- breckenridge. partly cloudy to start the morning but breaking through with sunshine in the middle of the day. the highlight of the day is the winds expecting to pick up later this afternoon out of the south so that's going to boost the fire danger from denver to limon through colorado springs, pueblo, trinidad. some gusts could get up to 35- 45 miles per hour and that will really dry things out. the reason is a cold front mi ahead of the front with the wind we should make it to 82 degrees today. windy at times this afternoon and a few isolated thunderstorms late in the day on into the evening tonight with a passage of the cold front. joel, when that front does arrive over the course of the weekend, we're looking in the 60s for afternoon temperatures which will outline in detail coming up. right now i know you have a lot of traffic info to let us know about. a lot of folks heading up to the high country to look at
if you're driving something high, something light they can tack your car and move them into another lane. stay focused on the roadway. i-70 and brighton boulevard, the elevated portion of the highway looking good. we expect a lighter commute because it's friday. speeds into the 60s coming into town. seeing some slowing developing in the northbound direction of i-25. i want to take you in -- we have a project that's been delayed, eastbound alameda to lay a water pipe on there. that's a weekend closure going in place tonight until monday morning. eastbound alameda from cherokee to santa fe. the 16 -year old accused of going after a 71-year old woman with a fire poker is in custody this morning. authorities caught up with 16- year old jeffrey collins yesterday in broomfield.
up him and two other hitchhikers. she invited them to their cabin to wait for a wide and that's when collins beat her. she's still in the hospital with serious injuries. the trump campaign has moved on. mike pence, donald trump jr. and ivanka trump were all here while donald trump was in pennsylvania. shaun boyd was the only reporter who sat down with ivan trump's biggest asset this election, especially when it comes to women. a business owner and mother of three under the age of five, she told the nonpartisan colorado women's alliance her house-hold is as complicated and chaotic as the campaign. >> i've ceased strive fger total perfection but having toddlers with no filters they tell me when i'm falling short. >> reporter: she's in many ways the polar opposite of her dad.
cautious and also his loyal defender and best hope of making end road with female voters. many who view him as sixist. sexist. >> he respects the contribution of the stay at home mom. e known as her dad's most influential advisor she insists she's not the one calling the shots. >> have you had to twist your dad's arm at all? >> no, this is an issue i'm deeply passionate about and it came from he. he understands the issues so well because for decades he's employeed tens and thousands of people and thousands and thousands of women. . the white house now is
hacking that had the first lady's passport posted online. hacked e-mails came from the personal gmail account from a low level at the white house. also president biden's schedule was posted online including hotel information and a room number. the fbi is looking into the breach this will morning. a broncos helmet is back after it was pinched at practice. the broncos are hitting the against the bengals. i'll compare this weekend's match up and check in on who
information from 500 million yahoo accounts could now be in the hands of cyber thieves. if you have mail chances are you got hacked. the stolen information includes names, e-mail addresses, security questions and answers used to verify your identity. the hack doesn't appear to include credit card or bank account information. >> just because your bank account wasn't stolen, what could they possibly have? access to your entire circle of friends and all the businesses you do business with. >> the company hasn't said when it first learned of the data
actor, someone paid by a government agency. >> it's becoming more common that these are under attack. >> yahoo is notifying users and taking steps to secure accounts. if you haven't changed your pass word you should do it now. yahoo is the third largest e- mail provider in the whole country. yahoo finance and flicker are also part of a breach. weather and traffic every ten minutes on the fours. we're looking at the weekend. let's make plans. >> it's going to be a great weekend to do leave peeping. the leaves are kanging and a lot of them have reached their peak in northern colorado. this is a look at winter park. looking good up there and temperatures in the mountains in the 60s and 50s. 63 in aspen. 56 at dia this morning. frank curry is coming in at 57
windy in the mountains and eastern plains today. in fact, this morning breezy down here in douglas county from castle rock into parker gusts have been popping up to near 20 miles per hour. look at wolf pass. a big rush of wind moving through this afternoon. for that reason a red flag warning noon through 8:00 p.m. today from denver and limon down to trinidad for this afternoon. not too bad but it will be beefing up. thunderstorms moving across the eastern colorado plains last night. this morning there's a little bit of cloud cover in telluride. on the big picture, a real strong closed low is developing around salt lake city here scooting in over northern colorado and up into wyoming bringing in a cold front later tonight and dramatically changing temperatures tomorrow. as it comes through today rain and snow developing in the mountains at 1:00 this afternoon.
11,000 feet in some locations and it might lower to ten overnight tonight. for us late showers and thunderstorms developing and might continue into the evening. could have severe storms in north eastern colorado and we'll watch for that. we'll see the contrast in temperatures. heat to the east and cool in the mountains. 82 degrees in denver with isolated storms this afternoon and wind and there's the change coming in for the weekend. upper 60s for saturday and sunday and slight chance of saturday and then we warm it up a bit on monday and tuesday. but joel, i'll tell you, it's a shocker once that front arrives tonight for many. >> it's a good reminder. not cold enough for snow in the denver metro area. get your car ready and get the blanket and find the snow scraper that you have had in there all summer long. i-70 in brighton as you make your way on the elevated portion of the highway here. nice and wide open.
commute. southbound coming into town nine minutes gets you from 120th to i-706. a seven. a lot of green and construction developing this weekend. three big projects at arapahoe road. bridge demolition work starting friday into monday morning at 5:00. also a project going on near alameda which closure from santa fe to cherokee. we're not done yet. one more up here along federal, the bridge closure of federal between 67th out to 70th that's overnight closures tonight, tomorrow night and sunday night and that's going to affect the b-line as well which will not run this weekend. thanks, joel. a mystery involving a missing broncos helmet has cracked. stan bush is on the case. investigators say they were
helmet stolen from a denver broncos player and two months later it's back at dub value. it was taken from an unnamed player during an autograph session in training camp. this man was caught on camera stealing the combiment equipment he hid the helmet in a stroller as he left the facility. more than 20 tip administers calling crime stoppers say they knew who the suspect was. he was not ri was surprised the helmet hasn't been sold for more than it's original value. he's now charged with third degree theft. the broncos get to play an early game on sunday as they travel to cincinnati where things are tough and noisy. romi is here with a preview. >> good to see you allen. alan.
comforts of home. . trevor siemian's first road game is this sunday in cincinnati. plenty of crowd noise and a bengals team that has won its last september home games since 2012. the broncos spent a lot of time getting trevor siemian ready for the challenge by making his life difficult at practice. we have all had those difficult. cube kaub is no different. he did the same thing to trevor siemian this week. >> definitely tougher. the older you get it's like any other game. just having to do it in a very hostile environment. for him it's not so much like today just calling the play in the huddle. no comfort zone at all and having to talk to guys. just doing all i can to put him through the best possible
>> gary kubiak said the best thing for a quarterback on the road is playing sound football and that means don't take bad sacks and don't hold on to the ball too long or get caught up in distractions. ware had surgery to repair a fractured foreman this week. they fill the defensive captain spot. right tackle is out with a cap injury. easiest move for thon place and keep skoe field at guard. after two games they lead the league in sacks and passing yards. so this makes for a lot of opportunity to rush the passer. could be a big day for the nfl sack leader von miller. >> so does he hold the ball long? >> the thing with andy dalton he's such a ta lended quarterback but he loves to pass. they pass the majority of the
him and rush him and put pressure on him because they haven't utilized their run game. >> do the broncos have to run with that noise? >> they definitely have to run. in general this year look for the broncos to run because that's a huge part of gary kubiak's system and they have had one more rushing attempt this year than passing attempt so far this season. >> thanks, romi. appreciate your information. hear a break down game on monday on cbs mornings. catch her weekdays 3:00 to 6:00
degrees. well don near mesa has 49 degrees. he says it's a drizzly start for the day and dooler temperatures out there this morning. thanks for sending that in. satellite and radar together showing cloud cover overnight last night. starting out partly cloudy and the sun will break through good in the middle of the day. we'll see wind kick up later today and we have a red flag warning for the i-25 corridor south of trinidad noon through 8:00 p.m. wind gusts kicking up to 45 miles per hour and dropping humidity levels way low today as well. that's all ahead of a front coming in to change the weekend which we'll talk about. right now it's traffic time with joel hillan. any problems this morning? no issues on the highway right now. this is i-25 and colorado boulevard making your way in
to disengage the cruise control because there's company on the drive. nothing slowing you down too bad. speeds still into the 60s both directions along i-270 through commerce city. you will like the drive along i- 76 as well. here we are across the denver metro area. no big trouble spots. downtown it's time for october fest so closures in place for that. >> i was thinking that. support a military hero. ek ridge foods spart ners to surprise veteran justin pa patterson of alamosa with a full years worth of groceries. he's a purple heart recipient. . >> it's been so many months where we are like, how do we pay for groceries this month? like i said with the oil field
i'm truly blessed as a family to have this kind of support. . >> that great gesture was part of a campaign to honor military families. 54 degrees. the cbs morning news live on big stories. the 16-year old accused of brutally attacking a 71-year old woman is finally in custody. details coming up on cbs4 the colorado secretary of state respond to our investigative report on voting while dead. that story is coming up plus big work happening around i-25
the power of the sun and the wind. it can fuel our lives and our economy, too. bs 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 to help renewable energy grow. protecting the jobs we have and generating more for the future. i'm michael bennet, and that's
good morning, a third night of protests in charlotte, north carolina where police use tear gas again. we'll look at whether a midnight curfew worked and protestors's announcement last night. denver traffic is moving and joel has that. dave has the weather. thanks for joining us, i'm alan gionet . big weekend ahead today with the broncos in cincinnati. yeah, in the 80s in cincinnati. we're looking at the 60s here. this morning is partly cloudy and nice in the 50s; right now.