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returns against my lawyers' wishes when she releases her 33,000 e-mails that have been deleted. >> it must be something really important, even terrible that he's trying to hide. >> reporter: the candidates have six weeks to convince undecided voters to support them on election day. clinton led trump in polls over who is most qualified and who has the right temperament to b trump is continuing to reach out to latinos. >> we're leading florida right now. and we're doing that because of the hispanic community. >> reporter: while clinton targets middle income families. >> what kind of person would want to root for nine million families losing their homes? one who should be never be president. [ cheering and applause ] >> reporter: their next debate
>> reporter: that debate is in a town hall format. so the tenor and the tone of that debate is going to be much different from what we saw last night. >> thank you, sir. an elaborate series of flood walls appears to be protecting thousands of homes and businesses in iowa. >> the river crested today at 22 feet. that is its second highest level in-. the prepared a nearly 10-mile system of barriers. they prevented most of the damage but homes may still get water in their basements. the families of those killed in the orlando nightclub massacre will be getting $350,000. the money gallon to the estates of the 49 people murdered at the pulse nightclub. the 68 people hurt that night will get up to $300,000 depending on how long they were in the hospital. and the other
but unharmed will be referring $25,000. the money comes from donations to the oneorlando fund. a california woman was not prepare forward what was inside her domino's pizza box. when she opened it up, she found a wad of cash, nearly $5,000. the money ended up being the restaurant's misplaced deposit for the night. domino's rewarded her with a paid week of vacation and free pizza fo teachers in douglas county want to help students looking to pursue a career in the classroom. >> tom mustin reports. >> reporter: because of low pay and sometimes challenging conditions, teachers in colorado have almost become an endangered species. thanks to an ino advocative program here at mountain view high school, some
their dreams. the 32-year teaching veteran has come up with a plan to encourage students to follow his passion. >> i just started to think about what can we do to pay it forward for our profession? >> reporter: under his plan, all 170 teachers and staff will get $1 for every year they have been in the field of education that. money which will total thousands will fund partial college scholarships for students like rachel goldstein an >> people have told me to go into nursing for pate check but i've always had this passion, thin is for people >> reporter: a study found 5,500 colorado teachers will retire this year. only about 2,000 state college graduates will earn a teaching degree. >> i don't think there's anything better that we could do to try to encourage great kids
our communities. >> reporter: morgan miller has worked with children with disabilities since she was ten years old sheechlz hoping the scholarship will help her continue in the teaching field. >> it's so fulfilling for me, the smiles on the faces, and it's important. >> reporter: fueled pie the passion of a douglas county teacher looking to give back. >> why wouldn't we encourage our best and brightest to be teachers? >> reporter: the winners will be decided by a faculty panel. it dollars. a typhoon barrels into taiwan. >> more than 2 million people without power tonight. >> low pressure system over the southwest, slowly gonna moving our way. as it does, that's gonna give us some showers and thunderstorms around here.
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cabaret opens tonight at the buell. >> this show is worlds apart from the original or the movie. and the lead character is one of the main reasons why. ? ? [ music ] ? ? >> reporter: this is not joel grey's emcee. in the original broadway production and the movie, the tuxedoed host was sprite. randy harrison however doesn't bother with any of that. ? ? [ music ] ? ? >> reporter: his emcee is dark, frantic, and in your face. >> he is probably more aware of the political consequences of what's happening in germany at the time but rather than fighting it or escaping it, he turns that rage into commentary, social commentary, satire, and
up being able to overcome what happens. >> reporter: the character is part of a reimagining of cabaret. more grit, more harsh reality on stage, and a greater sense of doom. >> part of the world that era was and that gave rise to the third like, poverty and sex work and that desperation was part of the culture. i think that's an important bedrock for why and creating that world is a necessary part of telling the story. >> reporter: cabaret takes us into a dark imagining of history that was all for real, and leading us through the story is no longer a sprite making light of the world but a hellion forcing us to face reality. musical comedy with a razor's
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a typhoon is pounding taiwan with strong winds and heavy rain. >> four deaths are already blamod this massive storm. it made landfall with driving sxran winds up 123 miles an hour it. brought down the scaffolding at that shopping mall. and that sudden collapse injured three people and injured a car parked below. nearby surveillance video captured a ceiling coming apart inside a police station. the debris trashing down, but that location no one was hurt. it's going to be harder to become a saint. the pope approved new regulations surrounding the practice of appointing saints. the regulations specifically apply to alleged miracles. 2/3
agree a healing has been scientific or a natural explanation. before that, only a simple majority was needed. britain's royal family is visiting canada. at the airport 3-year-old prince george repeatedly refused to shake hands or high-five the canadian prime minister! that is despite justin trudeau's young efforts to engage the young prince. the duke and duchess wil through saturday. >> clearly he'll never be king. [ laughter ] >> nice warm weather today. >> very warm! >> let's go outside and take a look. we have clear skies around here, absolutely no weather problems. and we didn't see any of them today. very, very pleasant as we look at doppler 4,000. the same old deal! a little moisture down to the
days it. continues to sit right here, it's gonna slowly move off to the east northeast, and across colorado, and bring in a few more clouds and the slightest chance for showers or storms. under the influence of this warm front, showers and thunderstorms in the great lakes look, the eastern seaboard, into the gulf, but we are high and dry. the hour by hour forecast, mid-thigh tonight, nothing going on there. nothing going on through wednesday. a few clouds pushing into the thursday that moisture moves to the east. the mountains get some scattered showers. friday, a new surge of moisture could come up along the front range by 3:00 pm, spill over and that's our chance for an isolated shower or storm here. our highs today, 83 and 83 83. 92 and 21 other records. 79 and 80 right now. northeast wind
barometer. a nice shot from tom mann. larry pierce in steamboat, snow in the higher elizations. this from zach chapman. estes park, spectacular colorado shot. and wood ducks. these aren't decoys. they're actually wood ducks. temperatures for tonight, mostly in t eastern plains. the mountains 30s and lower 40s. and out west, temperatures in the 40s and lower 50s. tomorrow much like today. 70s, 80s over the eastern plains, southeast approaching that 90 degree mark. higher elevations in the 70s and out west 70s and lower 80s. your forecast for tonight, clear skies, 53 and 49 the overnight lows. for tomorrow, sunny and warm again, just like today, 81 and 80. for the next several
cloudy skies, lower 80s. then we're in the 70s scomchl that's just a little more seasonal. and is we do have a chance farn isolated shower -- chance for an isolated shower or thunderstorm through the weekend. if you're traveling abroad soon you may. to check your passport. even if it isn't,, ,, in colorado, we stand together, but congressman coffman stands with donald trump and will support trump for president.
consumer skfrdz at a 9-year -- confidence is at a 9-year high. the dow gained 133. nasdaq up 38. the chief executive of wells fargo is going to forfeit millions in bonuses following that big scandal. the bank accused of of inflating sales mefwrieks pressure employe togethers. the bank has been fined $185 million for the scandal it. fired thousands of people. the board of directors announcing today the big boss will forfeit doll 41 million in stock awards. and the woman formally in charge of the consumer banking division will forfit $19 million. they're also giving up bonuses for 2016. the epa expects gas mileage
drivers are loading up on options that drag on the engines like heated seats. people are use morgue air conditioning and driving faster. the agency estimates the gas mileage for one third of new vehicles this year will drop by a mile per gallon. there will be a new gift card option for the holidays. uber is going to start selling them. they'll range from $15 to $500. the cards will be available online and stores. important information for people planning travel out of the country. >> some nations may not accept your passport. sxhashg jill took a year to plan a vacation to france. on the day of the trip -- >> she looks at our passport and starts shaking her head. >> the passports were not going to expire for another two months, but many countries in
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it down to a 15-year-old student. additional resource officers and police are increasing their patrols in and around schools. some parents kept their kids home from classes today. if the person responsible for the threats is caught, they could face misdemeanor charges and up to 18 months in jail. >> reporter: rick salinger at alameda and federal at what used to be vip cannabis. what started out 2.5 years ago as a major colombian money laundering operation has ended with eye smaller outcome. luis urribe was sentenced to 45 days in jail and a year of probation for marijuana possession. the u.s. attorney is asking the charges against denver attorney fer, arc do be dismissed. >> reporter: the town council
tax and a park garage that was promised. now the town says they're not going to build the garage and the voter demanding they do. it all started last year when it was voted to raise the lift ticket tax in breckenridge to help pay for transportation issues and parking problems. at that time they promised a new parking garage. now they say new information has come in and they decided to move away from that plan and put that money toward other in the meantime, breckenridge resort going to their season pass holders with a letter telling them to start writing letters to the town demanding that parking garage be built. >> the battle of breckenridge they're calling it. >> there's a low pressure system, this is the best chance of moisture we have over the next couple days vm it's gonna move very slowly. no showers in
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