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with police not to shoot him. she told them she had a traumatic brain injury and posed no threat. >> he doesn't have a gun. he has a tbi! >> reporter: the scott family released the video, showing officers surrounding sot in his car. rakia told him to obey the officers who are heard telling him to drop a gun. keith! keith! don't you do it! [ gunfire ] >> did you shoot him! did you shoot him! >> reporter: scott is then seen lying on >> he better be alive. >> reporter: the video's unexpected release game after three nights -- came after three nights of violent protests in charlotte. many were motivated by the community's demand to release body and dashcam video of the shooting. charlotte's police chief said he would not release the videos which are now in the hands of state investigators. >> i'm not gonna put out one piece of evidence that could not tell the full story. >> reporter: we showed the video to charlotte resident
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>> you really couldn't see what was going on. i just feel sad for the family. >> reporter: authorities are preparing for more of the same tonight when it comes to the protests. the national guard is already out here on the streets tonight. break news first on cbs4 news at 6:30.a shingles crashed on i-25. this is on the nbld lanes of the greenland exit south of denver. a medical helicopter is transporting one person involved in the crash. heavy skwment needed. the oklahoma medical examiner says the man killed by cops in tulsa die have had a gunshot wound to the chest.
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across america. betty shelby charged with first degree manslaughter in the death of terrance crutcher. documents suggest that shelby overreacted when he ignored her commands to stop moving toward his car. she claims he was scared he was going for a gun. crutcher did not have a weapon. a second person has died in the storms and flooding in wisconsin. a 70-year-old man drowned trying to drive his yesterday a man was killed when a mudslide swechlt his home down a hill -- swept his home down a hill. a woman at a florida gas station refused to let a purse snatcher get away without a fight. she jumped on the thief's car to get to him to stop. she hung on until he hit the gas, running over her in the process. >> i reached into the driver's side, i had my hand on my handbag, and at that point he drove off. so i fell off of the
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floor, he drove over my foot. >> the dangerous ordeal left her with a severely sprained ankle and lots of cuts and bruises. she says her instincts kicked in, but she should have thought twice about her safety. a diagnosis of diabetes can change one's life forever. a man in colorado springs got that diagnosis, when he was just a year old. he has relied on the kindness of others to help him manage matthew weed is working on a book. his computer talks to him through a screen reading program called jaws. matthew has been blind for most of his life. >> it doesn't take a lot to make a big difference, and to have an impact on people's lives >> reporter: matthew relies on torths help him achieve extraordinary goals. >> thanks for helping out! >> reporter: and he relies on torths help him manage his type
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he got when he was 1-year-old. >> there really aren't technologies or tools for me to be able to do these things independently. >> reporter: someone has to track his food and exercise. read his glucometer. and load his syringes. >> one becomes very aware of logistics. everything is about logistics. >> reporter: while the logistics are complicated, matthew says diabetes is manageable. even when you can't see. >> diabetes is difficult, but a disaster. >> reporter: matthew speaks out about his journey and supports the american diabetes association. he'll be walking the 5k at tour de cure. >> and the diabetes association's tour de cure coming up this saturday. salisbury park and parker, should be a gorgeous day. you can sign up to apartment at
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former bitter rival. >> after a beautiful day with temperatures in the 80s, you see the clouds starting to move in over the city, and that's because we do have a frontal system that's just about to push on through. snow for the high country.
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here's shaun boyd with tonight >> let's start with the presidential race. let's last friday, donald trump, his son, daughter, and running mate have all campaigned here while hillary clinton seems to have pulled back in colorado. what is going on and how important is the first debate monday? >> well, i hope all of our listeners watched the first debate. i think it is important. i think both candidates need to do some work to dispel
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about them, and show their ability to lead the country. given what's been a contentious race so far. donald trump has had a lot of folks here in colorado recently because i really don't think they have a ground game, and i think hillary clinton is counting on a ground game to turn out the vote. and i think the trump campaign is relying more on the power of personality to move ppl they're taking different approaches. >> you agree? >> yeah, i think what's become apparent is that colorado is kind of the last state that can put trump over the top. if he carries pennsylvania, ohio, florida south america combination of those bigger states that he still has to have a state of our size, we're not that big compared to a lot of bigger states. so i think that's why they all of a sudden have rediscovered colorado, and the
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>> michael bennett announced heel not be participating in the cbs4 circumstance oa news radio public television debate. that would have given him the most exposure of any this election. his republican opponent darryl glen skipped the denver post debate. what do you make of it and will it hurt either candidate? >> i think both candidates have failed colorado. darryl glen pulled out of the denver post debate, michael bennett pulled out of everything but o i think coloradans deserve a full airs of the issues and a debate on the issues. i am deeply disappointed in darryl for not putting together a real campaign. and senator bennett who is a substantive guy you're, but why doesn't he want to defend himself in front of the voters? i don't understand it. >> i agree with dick on this. i'm disappointed that both candidates have missed -- decided to skip televised debates. i think coloradans want
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stand up and articulate why they deserve the vote! and it's frustrating because you don't get an opportunity to see these folks every day all of the time in person. and the televised debate is the best way to get a better sense of them. and i think we're worse off for the decisions both campaigns have made. >> i think so too. that's all the time we have for now. the first presidential debate is monday, and is we'll be back next friday to talk about that! time to make those weekend time to make those weekend plans! 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 to help renewable energy grow. protecting the jobs we have
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i'm michael bennet, and that's
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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 will protect colorado's public lands, jobs, and our rural way of life. gail schwartz --
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is responsible for the content of this advertising. following the latest out of syria where a shaky cease-fire has collapsed. the syrian government launched at least two dozen airstrikes on aleppo. rescuers use bare hands to dig a 5-year-old girl out trapped under the rubble. her skn not known but she was conscious. her parents and four siblings did not survive. south korea says it has a
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jong-un. the plan would be implemented only if the south feels threatened by the north's nuclear weapons. in response north korea said if the u.s. and south korea escalate the situation it would reduce the ascertain capitol to rubble and wipe guam from the face of the earth. a norweejian airline making the most of brangelina's breakup. th hey, brad is single. an offer for a one-way flight to los angeles. >> too soon. [ laughter ] >> we got a change in our weather coming after 88 degrees today! 20 degrees cooler tomorrow. let's go outside, take a look. we do have some sunshine. off to the west, you do see some clouds coming our way. and that's the front trying to push along the front range.
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the east. here is snow. all the way up to western boulder county, part was mayor ler county. not much going on in denver. we have that low pressure system up here. and the mountains get their moisture from the pacific. so this drags it over here and drops it in the mountains. we need our moisture from the gulf. that's how we got our moisture in the eastern plains. a low pressure system down here, too far north, don't see any moisture flow coming up at all. but you city coming from the pacific and giving the mountains some pretty good snow. we're on the warm side of we had that red flag warning going till 8:00 tonight. and we have a freeze warning from 10:00 tonight to 9:00 am on saturday. 28 to 32 degrees down there. colder in some areas. and here it is, winter weather advisory, first one of the season. midnight tonight, 9:00 am on saturday, short duration. 2-5 inches of snow. most of the mountain areas are getting snow. you can see all up and down the mountains, they had some snow, rain, rain mixed with snow at the higher elevations.
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northeast gets a few showers, but look at the snow, starting to push into the mountains. 6:00 am. pretty good snow. it'll hang around for a while, and then it'll dissipate. a couple clouds going by, scattered shower. we run it through sunday, clear into monday. sunshine for the weekend but it will be much cooler. 88 and 86 our highs today after 53 for the start. 75 and 45 normal, 90 and 29 the extremes. 80 and 66 right now the -- gusting to tloochlt 34% presumed -- to 32, 34% humidity 32. 34% presumed -- to 32, 34% humidity. you can see all the color scattered through the mountain areas. temperatures point, mostly 40s for the eastern plains, 20s and 30s for the mountains. out west, 30s and 40s. and then for tomorrow, we'll look at
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50s, 60s, 70s for the eastern plains. 50s for the mountains. and out west, temperatures in the 50s and 60s. your denver forecast for tonight, could see a scattered shower or storm, 45 and 44 overnight lows. tomorrow sunny, cooler, only in the mid-to upper 60s! notoriety fixture several day, 63 on sunday, 76 tuesday, 79 on wednesday. sunshine all the way. here is dave with the entire 5th grade class at castle rock elementary. [ laughter ] >> dave stopped in to talk weather with the kids and help show off things like his thermometer, weather balloons, dave's tornado machine. shows the kids how tornadoes form. and of course they get to make snow! and there it is right there. thanks to teacher melissa oppenheimer for shooting the video of dave's weather visit! >> hi mom. [ laughter ] a pet growing in popularity
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families. >> a group is urging people to
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the markets ended three days of gains today. the do you,
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a mass itch data breech -- massive data breech. twitter's stock soared. there are rumors the company might be sold. twitter has had some recent successes with live-streaming. overall it seemed to have stalled. competitors like snapchat are catching up. almost half the recalled phones have been returned by customers. they were recalled because the batteries can charging. the new version of the note hit the market on wednesday. a rescue group is telling people to stop adopting one type of tortoise as a pet. >> the reptiles start out tiny but can grow to weigh more than 200 pounds and live longer than 100 years! they are extremely smart. some even respond to their names. rescue groups say some people buying the animals impulsively don't do the research and don't know what they're getting into.
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horse does. when it comes out the other end, it's the same thing like a horse.y do you want to keep a horse in your house? [ laughter ] >> the american tortoise rescue group says they average three to four calls a week from owners who want to get rid of their tortoises. it's calling on the pet industry and breeders to stop selling them. >> that would help. a big night on cbs4! three season macgyver
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the people suspected of shooting out a lot of car windows get caught and go to
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transients matthew leon and manuel rodella appeared before a judge is. a third suspect a 16-year-old girl was also arrested. they face charges including motor vehicle theft, endangerment and reckless driving. the event may have been fueled by marijuana and meth use. 12 windows were shot out, adding up to about no one was hurt. >> reporter: jennifer brice at clement park with an annual event is going on, in honor of the life of dave ascertained, the teacher and coach killed at columbine. we met a survivor of the shooting, now a coach at rifle high school. he says sanders saved his life and he's
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>> i think it's gonna be okay! sunshine although cooler. and here it is in the forecast, 68 on saturday, 63 sunday. warmer, right back in the 70s to 80 dice by midweek. >> thank you for joining us on colorado's news channel. >> enjoy the start to your weekend tonight. see you at 10:00.,, ? ? grocery shoppers of america! take your o organics baby carrots. take your eggs. even your o organics chips. and join the organic movement. organic food is no longer just for the privileged few.
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exclusively at safeway. (engine revs) ? ? how do i look? yummy. macgyver: that's nikki carpenter. mit grad. passed up offers from google, spacex and apple to save lives.
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one's better on a keyboard. you really should wear a tux more often, mac. doesn't really go with the grease under my fingernails. if you decide to ditch it, keep the tie. i'm sure you'll find other ways to use it. already got a couple ideas. guys, you know this is an open channel and i can hear you, right? macgyver: meet jack dalton, security and intel. former delta force. jack's the kind of guy you want watching your back. he's been watching mine for years now. (device beeps) (men shouting in arabic) jack? (gunshots, men grunting) who loves you, baby? macgyver: and my name's angus macgyver. i have 12 first place science fair trophies, two years mit, three years diffusing bombs for the military. and what do i do now? a little of this, a little of that. nikki: what are you doing? we're gonna need a fingerprint to access that safe.
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macgyver: intel says some weapon the host plans on selling to the highest bidder tonight. hundred bucks says it's nuclear. look, can we not take bets on what's probably gonna get us killed? oh, relax. it couldn't be worse than cairo. hey, hey. we don't talk about cairo, remember? what happened in cairo stays in cairo. sister's right. cairo is off limits, except for my therapist. you see a therapist? massage therapist, but she's a good listener. okay, hoss, you got 30 minutes. after that... ...i'm crashing the party. see you in 29. sir, one moment please. do you mind? of course. (metal detector beeps) macgyver: it's not a gun. oh. in fact, the number one thing that gets an undercover operative busted is a concealed weapon. if i don't have one, i don't get busted. what can i say?


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