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right now, let's check in with joel. >> smooth drive. of course, we have a couple of on going construction projects slowing you down. here's a look at i-70 right near i-225 and you can see the morning commute getting underway. >> all right, joel, thank you very much. first presidential debate is over. both candidates took jabs at each other last night and made their stances and key issues. one of the most anticipated debates. at times, it had heavy hitting. here's jamie with some >> you haven't done it. >> the first of the three debates was anything but friendly. >> hillery has experience but bad experience. >> i know you live in your own reality. >> the debates focus on topics the voters heard before. >> i will release my tax returns when she releases her 33,000 e-mails deleted. >> it was a mistake and i take
stage but it was the sometimes awkward deployment tags making head lines. >> i don't believe she has the stamina. to be president of the country you need tremendous stamina. guilty a man who can be provoked by a tweet should not have his fingers anywhere near the nuclear codes. i prepared to be president and i think that's a good thing. >> trump accused clinton of being soft on crime. >> secretary clinton doesn't want to that's law and order. we need law and order. >> afterward, trump reacted to his performance. >> i think we got our point across. she's not going to make america great again. she's been saying these things for years and nothing ever happens. >> hillery clinton stopped by a nearby watch party to thank cheering supporters. >> we're able to talk about what we're going to do to get the economy work for everybody. >> the candidates are back on the trail today in battleground
trump in florida. cbs news, homestead, new york. >> candidates face off again on the ninth of october in st. louis. there are three debates total. our political specialist scene body has reactions to the debate. >> this debate was high stakes not only because the race is a dead heat but because 20% of voters according to the most resent poll remain undecided. i think most of them probably still are. here's debates are defined by moments. while there were memorable ones from the moment, i'm not sure there was one moment that changed the course. trump was on the defensive more. i think the bar was set pretty low for him and he managed to clear it. while the polls may move a little, i think the next debate is still high stakes. i'm political specialist, cbs4 news. >> and we have some breaking news to bring you this morning,
on south. the bullets go through the house but a couch stops them. no one was hurt because of that. police taped off the house and trying to figure out who the shooter is. one man accused in the money laundering case in sherry village is sentenced today. the case accused the men of laundering money for an international money ring. the u.s. attorney's office has dropped charge fertatto. he was accused of using cash from column bee i can't to put into business as a front to buy a grow facility. no reason was given for the prosecution to drop the charges. they have learned he forfeited $450,000 in cash that was found apparently in the trunk of his car. >> a california fire forces
it's burning at least a thousand acres. about 30 miles south of san jose, california. firefighters are dealing with the temperatures and fast moving flames. so far, they destroyed at least one structure. >> we've seen a lot of fires and i seen these guys and what they can do. i have a lot of confidence with them. >the air attack is key for the fire because of the terrain and steep terrain and there. >> plains drop retardant on the flames yesterday afternoon. >> we do weather and traffic every 10 minutes on the 4's. >> good morning. taking a lookout side, the skies are clear. looking outside, it's cool. getting into late september so morning temperatures are going to be cooler than where we were a couple months ago.
28 in leadville. 47 in denver. 41 in ray. our weather watcher reporting 47 degrees from one of the most beautiful parts of the state. another really dry day. we love the rain and love to see the moisture. unfortunately, we're not going to see that today. a little crisp for the kids. sweatshirt weather. 46 degrees in the denver area and looking at temperatures in country. let's check in with joel, good morning. >> good morning to you, lauren. taking a look at u.s.6 as you're making your way to denver this morning, should be a great drive. nothing is going to slow you down. similar situation. 9 minute drive to denver. looking at the traffic cam, you'll see it loading up now as you approach north and south
seeing delays along i-c470. you can expect ramp restrictions in place. the ramp restrictions we had in place at i-25 have been moved out of the way. looks like we have north bound, santa fe reopened as well. >> a teenage girl won the fight against cancer and lost her life outside a home. this morning, friends and family say good-bye to that teen shot and killed. the person responsibility is still on cbs4 is live from the thornton police department with the latest in this search for him. scene. >> well, it's been days since that shooting. more than a week and so today the family is preparing for funeral services. all of this happening as police are still trying to find that shooter. this all took place on 128 and holly here in thornton at a house early saturday in the morning on that day. investigators are getting tips
witnesses are too afraid to come forward with more information. police think haily was an unintended target of gang violence. her mother hopes she can appeal to anyone out there about the importance to help with the investigation and find the courage to speak up. police have a vague suspect description though. they say taste hispanic man in his late teens or early 20s described as five feet six inches tall with dark hair, nose ring. thornton police looking for help in this case and trying to find the person responsible in this shooting. the funeral set to begin at 11 a.m. life in thornton, cbs4 morning news. >thank you, scene. this morning a teenage boy accused of attacking a 70-year- old woman is going to face a judge. yesterday 16-year-old jeffrey collins was in court.
with a fire poker. then leaving the scene. the bolder district attorney plans to charge collins as an adult with the charge of attempted murder. students on edge after a female student was attacked on the cu bolder campus. now police are hunting for the college aged attacker. the attempted sex assault happened early sunday morning. the student says the man came up behind her and pulled her to the ground. aged black man with a shaggy period and mustache. >the guy that's replaced pay ton manning is setting the mark for a new starting quash in nfl history. he saved his work after the bengals took the one point lead, the broncos responded with a long touchdown drive. 82-yards, 13 plays chewing up nearly eight minutes off the clock. finished with a beautiful
forced cincinnati to three and out. the offense added another touchdown and a 55-yard pass to thomas. two drives helped the broncos to victory and the coach is pretty happy. >last week, we had a chance to put our team away and not put our defense back on the field with a three point lead. we put our defense back on the field and this week, we get the ball. they could have possibly had to go back out to a five point lead. i like the way we came back one stayed aggressive and got something done. >> all right. remember, you can catch the broncos and the tampa bay buccaneers next sunday at 2:00 p.m. right here on cbs4. you can check out the broncos section of our web site as well. you can see john elway's response to a fan's tweet about the broncos drafting of trover in the seventh round. brady went sixth round.
he's going to do well this season. 47 degrees this morning in denver. >> ahead, super man fights cancer. helping a man fight back and you cannot keep this guy down. in colorado, we stand together, but congressman coffman stands with donald trump and will support trump for president. trump: oh, no. coffman: i don't know whether barack obama was born in the united states or not. coffman and trump are too dangerous for colorado.
people who exercise regularly later on in life are less likely to have mobility issues. yale lookedded at the adults and found seniors that walked recovered more quickly and maintained more independence over time. doctors say cancer benefits may diminish after age 75. researchers looked at more medicare patients and found screenings effective up to age 74. roller coaster rides may do more than jolt your adrenaline. they might help pass kidney stones. michigan researchers said findings backed up evidence that a ride on a moderate intensity coaster could help pass the small kidney stones. >> wow.
for his life is helping raise money to fight cancer dressed as super man. he was dressed as the man of steal giving him a big hand at the hospital. he's been getting treatment at cleveland's hospital. last november he was diagnosed with the deadliest form of brain cancer. even though, he has still worked a full time job and still built a running team to raise money, took part in his son's wedding and been there for his daughter's graduation thankful with a fighting spirit. >> he's been able to tolerate the treatments well. now he's going back out in the world to continue with that very active and fulfilling life. >> i've never been changed before like this. i had no option. i had people forward that could beat this. they're going to continue to beat it. there you go. treatment so powerful the bone marrow cannot take it. stem cells are removed from
modified to make the bone marrow resistant to the side effects. >> thinking of him and anyone else. what an inspiration. here's a good look at the weather, good morning. >> we are off to a high start. 52 in grand junction and 34 in craig this morning. 40 in steam boat. 47 in denver, 43 in growly and 45 out in bullington. looking at satellite and radar, we are quiet. we stay that way for the next several days. we have arizona and new mexico. a couple of showers roll up in that from parts of southern colorado. you can see overall how dry it is towards the western side of the country. looking at mostly sunny skies and getting warmer compared to yesterday. lunchtime maybe you can get away from the office a little bit. afterschool practices. should be a nice day for that.
tomorrow morning we wake up to more sunshine. maybe a pop or two of some moisture. front plains to the eastern plains as well. 77 in lamar and 82 in growly and fort collins. 82 in the mountains and looking at a lot of 70s. 80 in grand junction. planning out your day today, again, mostly sunny skies. all you may need is a pair of sun glasses. afternoon we're in the just lovely outside. i can't wait for my afternoon walk. it's going to be perfect. 80 degrees and sunshine. slight chance of rain friday and we have a little bit better chance on saturday. let's check in with joel, good morning. >> good morning. we have the morning commute. we have an accident off to the right shoulder now. you can see from the cdot camera. it's not causing the delays. all these delays your seeing are typical this time of day.
50s to 60s. i'm guessing the speeds are going to dip down based on what we were seeing for the camera. the overnight closures we had, i-25 to santa fe moving out of the way. allen, here's a look at the drive times coming from the east. north bound along i-225 looking at great speeds in the south bound direction as well. both directions along i-70 we have speeds a resent picture of first lady michele obama and former president george w. bush has now gone viral. it comes at a time of a presidential campaign filled with hostility. we take a closer look at the special bond between the two first families. >> first lady michele obama embracing george w. bush at the opening of the national museum
they do have a special bond, the democratic obamas and bush's. we saw it at amemorial services for the fallen dallas officers where mr. bush and mrs. obama. >> the transition including the advice. the bush daughters >by all accounts, the families have grown closer over the years. this picture went viral. we can only hope to sentiment is just as contagious. >> scott reporting there. in 2003, president george w. bush authorized the national museum dedicated to the african american experience in america. well, president obama
culture last saturday. >> both candidates drifted to social media shortly after to declare themselves the winner on different polls. online and on air during the debate, people reacted in real time. we take a look at the exchanges that had people posting. >> they had economy to trade to their own controversies. clinton brought up trump's record noting she traded the partnership before opposing it. standard. >> he also got clinton to continue the campaign and private e-mail server. >> that was more than a mistake. that was done purposely. >> trump also going after clinton on the question of temperament. something he's been criticized for. >i have the winning temperament. i know how to win. >> clinton reacting to the
end while trump's demeanor was more toned down he got criticism. >> maybe he didn't do a good job and i was unsatisfied with his work. >> clinton didn't hold back on his attacks. >> the only years that anybody's ever seen were a couple of years when he had to turn them over to state authorities when he was trying to get a casino license. >> clinton suggesting trump may be hiding >> they showed he didn't pay any income tax. >> trump's sniffling. the sniffling that persisted throughout spawning the thread on social media. >> this morning, google is putting out some data on what the top fact checking questions were for clinton and trump last night. for clinton, is stop and frisk
>> did trump support the iraq war and again, is stop and frisk unconstitutional? how many shootings in fact happened in chicago and lastly, how much money did trump get from his dad? >> late show host steven colbert went live after the debate with fresh material. >> it did not take long for one of these two candidates to tell a lie. >> donald, it's good to be with you. . >> false. where are the fact checkers? where are the fact checkers? it's not just physical security he was talking about, he knows a few things about cyber security. >yeah, he knows a lot about cybering. trump's advice is has america tried unplugging terrorism and plugging it back in just to
. 36 in avon this morning and 52 in grand junction. our weather watcher east of frank town reporting 42 dress for us this morning. winds lightly out of the south west. taking a look at satellite and radar skies are clear and we stay that way today. cool for the stop. sweatshirt weather. mountains might be jacket weather. should be a nice day as they head towards recess with temperatures in the low 80s. let's check in with joel, good morning. >> pretty good drive out there. we have a trouble spot in the south bound direction. here easy look from the cdot camera. you see all the volume we have making south bound to town. great speeds into the 50s for an average.
minutes. >> thanks, joel. too foon maggie hitting taiwan hard. winds hit 100 miles an hour. flights and rail traffic are suspended. thousands without power and 38 people hurt so far. this is the third storm to hit taiwan in the past two weeks. scientists studying intensities say climate changes make storms more powerful in asia. >> last week, the company anno50 this is considered the largest cyber security breech ever. this could be the problem and why you need to change your pass words. if somebody uses the same combination, that could be where cyber thieves could get away with information. if you're using yahoo, change pass words right away. progresso makingen chicken
removed artificial flavors and colors. they said their responding to customers who want more natural ingredients. fall seems to have happened overnight. we're in the 40s again at 47 degrees. >> cbs4 morning news at 6:00. jamie is live. >> we're at civic center park this morning. one of many events kick off across the state. we got all you need to know coming up on cbs4 morning news. >> also ahead, the great political impacting markets. impacting markets. i'll
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>> whoo. okay. >> this is the news at 6 a.m. the first presidential debate is now in the bag. it got fisty. what's ahead for the candidates today as people try and make up their minds? good morning everybody. >> this morning we have the zingers and the other heated moments from the debate. you may be more confused this morning. we'll cover all of it. let's get a check on weather and traffic this morning. we'll start off with lauren. g we're off to a clear start to the day. it's dark outside and we're in for a lot of sunshine. temperatures this morning. you may need a light jacket. 44 in akron. 29 right now in gunnison. 50 degrees in grand junction. we'll talk about a little bit of a warm up today coming in in a moment. for now, let's check in with joel. >> slow drive this morning. take a look at the cdot camera,