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following this and is live at the courthouse. good morning jamie. >> reporter: the 16-year-old was formally charged as an a different court thirst morning, but the details of what he is being charged with have been sealed. we know at the time of his arrest, he was facing felony charges and more. he appeared in custody. there were several people in the room supporting him including two of his friends. they but they were surprise to hear what happened and it was out of character. it was focused on media access. some documents were given to the boulder daily camera. the paper was ordered not to release any of that information. the judge lifted that order but
scheduled for october 5th at 5 p.m. after that deadline we hope more details of the case will be made public. jamie leary, cbs4news. >> >> happening now a jury earnings case against the man who killed a trooper on the job continues to e liberate. he is a caused of hitting and killing the trooper in may of 2015. the jury deliberated for more than three hours ye no verdict. he faces 16 different charges including first-degree murder. he allegedly slammed into that accident scene. this after he allegedly drove away from police. his defense says evidence relate the to the crash should be thrown out. they say csp violated protocol and the chase should have ended the pursuit.
player of the week for miss performance against the bengals last sunday. sim me yon threw for 312 yards, four touchdowns and 0 intercepts, now the first player with those stats it first start. they face the buccaneers here this sunday at 2:05. we'll take a live look outside now. it is a beautiful day across colorado. feels more like summer than fall but joining us now to tell us about newest member to the cbs4 weather team. ashton comes to us from dallas but ashton, you have some roots here in denver. welcome home. >> thank you very much. it is great to be back in colorado and equally great weather across the state. it is hard to believe it is end of september. things will change over the next couple of days but now it is beautiful. lookout mountain, not a cloud in the sky. one of our weather
71 degrees there. clear skies in lair mer county. clear throughout the denver and boulder area, as well. a couple clouds to the south, but they will not get farther to the northeast than the san juan mountains. we'll keep it sunny and breezy. highs around 83 today. that is exactly where we were yesterda and shorter. that is a sure sign of fall. we have somewhat more fall like weather in the five-day forecast. details on that coming up. a great forecast. again, welcome to the team. we're happy to have you here. you can learn more about ashton on cbsdenver.com. we have breaking news right new. we understand deputies are on the scene of a suspicious package found in the area near
we're working to get more information. as soon as we have it, we'll bring that to you. >> >> disturbing allegations uncovered at the center for people with severe intellectual disability tition. several residents had words scratched on their skin which happened by "paranormal activity." another patient was burned with a blow drier to raise her body temperature. state officis at the center has been retains. a developing story now for you of another shooting in denver to talk about. two people were shot near federal and vasser. police do not have any one in custody right now. >> >> also right now, the search and rescue team is looking for this hiker who has been missing now for more than a week. david cook set out on a hike and never came back. cook planned to summit the
south maroon peaks. he is a former marine described as an expert climber. >> >> the latest of the death of shimon peres. people around the world are remembering the politician who campaigned strongly for peace in the middle east. he also won the nobel peace prize. here is more. >> reporter: israeli leaders held a moment of silence for the passing of one of the country's fathers shimon peres. >> is he did so him for it. >> reporter: the 93-year-old statesman suffered a stroke earlier this month and died wednesday surrounded by his family. >> with deep sorrow, we bid farewell to our beloved father. >> reporter: his career more than half a century.
office in israel including president and prime minister. former president bill clinton who hosted the two sides at the white house says peres was a genius with a big heart, a lucid, el low went dreamer until the very end. a comprehensive if peace for all. >> reporter: they are preparing a grave for peres who will be laid the former president's body lies in state in jerusalem. israel's foreign ministry says guests for the funeral include bill clinton and president barack obama, however, the white house has not confirmed which u.s. dignitaries will attend. this is the news in campaign 2016. hillary clinton is companying with bernie sanders.
today. she hopes the collaboration helps boost her support among millennials. new at noon, more troops are headed to iraq to help local troops fight isis. american troops will train and add surprise troops in mosul. they considered sending at least several hundred. it is not clear whether the troops would the pentagon says there are about 4600 troops in iraq right new. another shooting of a black man has people in california upset. we have pictures before the shooting that gives in sight into what may have happened. we're back with a child in need of a forever family. more on david, he is an amazing
i first met mike on a fundraising event to help the hunger in ethiopia. i was an aurora scholar this year. at his birthday party. mike is a very nice guy. he's a really nice guy. he can do 62 pushups. mike is a great friend to the ethiopian community. mike's not like other politicians. he's not like other republicans. i think he's better. mike's one of us. he's one of us. mike coffman es uno de nosotros.
coffman, and i approve this message. tieri. welcome back, everyone this is video of the scene where police shot and killed an unarmed black man in a san diego suburb. the latest officer involved shooting has protestors in the streets as we have seen with pot authorities. there are two sides to the story of this man's death.
you can see both hands are holding something and pointed at the officer. he took a shooting stance and refuse today put up his hands. they say he was not armed. his sister said he suffers from mental illness. >> you killed my brother. >> reporter: video taken moments after shes a distraught woman who is the man's >> you came and killed him. >> reporter: she says she called police for help and told them he was mentally ill and unarmed. officers confirmed they received that information and when they arrived, they say the man was acting erratically and refusing commands. >> still noncompliant. won't get his handout of his pocket walking all over the parking lot.
pocket, placed both hands together on it and taking what appeared to be a shooting stance. police haven't said what the object the man pulled out was but they now no, it wasn't a gun. >> they didn't say anything. he didn't hear no rights. he had no rights. being a black man, they shot him five times and he is intensified as a growing crowd of people demanded answers but police are urging calm. >> the name, of the two officers involved have not been released. boast have 20 years of experience on the force. they also are on administrative leave right now. >> >> happening to day, the head coach of the legacy football
coach wayne vor hero was hurt in a deadly school bus crash that left 15 students and two other coaches injured. the bus driver, a mother and wife, was killed. investigators are still trying to figure out what caused her to veer off the road and collide into a pillar at the airport. >> >> a day on the court began with this. the alley-oop. he wants to plays college ball and dreams of playing in nba. david came to the united states from the east yo pa and can almost play everything. call it a lucky shot. nothing but net. it is clear it is all skill. >> trying to play in the nba if it is possible, but, yeah, or college. >> reporter: metro state
someone on one coaching and with it some inspiration. >> oh, man. you are making all the shots. >> he told me that to keep working and anything is possible as long as you work for it and i believe that, too. >> the two learned they are both originally from the same town. >> that is crazy. >> i was born there, too. states when he was nine in search of a family. >> small world. >> yes. >> david is hoping to be adopted. >> i'm hoping to have like they love me and care about me and they will do anything for me. they will try to help me out. >> he is a sweet boy who likes math, he focuses on school, so he can continue to shoot hoops. >> i get motivated by that,
>> reporter: even though it is his lesson to learn, david teaches me the fundamentals when he walks me through his free throw routine and shortly after i put one in the basket. today david makes moves on the court and with a little love, he can make big moves in life, as well. our wednesday's child david. for more information on da for adoptive families, call the numbers here on your screen. and you can go to cbsdenver.com to learn more about these children who need families. now, it is time to introduce our newest member to the weather team. this is ashton. >> good afternoon. >> good afternoon to you. >> we know you previously worked in texas, but colorado was your home. >> yes. i moved away five years ago. i am so glad to be back.
of year. >> it is an easy transition back to town. we're taking a live look outside. a few clouds across the front range but all in all, very nice weather. this is the way it will continue through the rest of today. then a couple changes into the weekend. in the mornings there is some snow, but it is coming from snow guns. arapahoe basin, they try to be one of the first to open and they have been testing the snow guns there. that is moisture coming down anywhere in colorado. it has been dry. going back to june, we kept precipitation below normal. same in july and august. now in september, .28 in the rain gauge at dia, far below normal even though september is a drier month. to the drought situation continues to be ab normally dry
thursday so tomorrow we'll get the new drought outlook and we're not expecting any type of improvement. clear skies along the front range. clear there, as well. there is moisture in arizona thanks to an area of low pressure. maybe a stray thunderstorm in the san juan mountains but high pressure dominating the weather will guarantee pleasant weather today, tomorrow and through the slight chance for a stray thunderstorm by friday and into the weekend, but most of us will be dry for the final weekend of september. >> >> temperatures now in the 70s. 75 dia. 79 greeley. in a few hours we'll top out in the lower 80s. yesterday it was 83. we expect to do the same thing in denver. 83 degrees, lots of sunshine. tomorrow 82. then friday, a slight chance for a thunderstorm, no higher than 10% to 20%.
east. then for the weekend, upper 70s to around 80. that is still above normal if you are going into the mountains this weekend, maybe a thunderstorm up there but not much in terms of rain here. a significant cooldown next week. highs in the 50s and 60s but that is next week. for the weekend nice. have you gotten hiking in? >> i have not. i can't wait to get up here. >> welcome home ashton. we're details from the ceo of wells fargo. what he said will change after a bank account scandal. first, a live look where the
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plinking her daughter and now, there is a question whether the discipline is actually abuse. the young girl says the abuse got worse as she became older. >> when i was in the 5n grade i was being hit with the belt and the metal part hit me in the eye. there were a lot of moments e felt she could have maybe even killed me. will dr. phil be able to get to the bottom of this >> millions of women use hormonal contraception but it can be linked to depression especially in teenage girls. find out why that is happening tonight at 5:00. >> our newest member to the weather team, ashton is here with the final forecast. >> it is so spectacular this time over year. we're soaking it up, because we know this isn't going to last. mostly sunny skies throughout the state today.
>> ridge: i betrayed you. "betrayed" -- that's a big word. >> eric: what else would you call it, what you did to me? what you all did to me? you had a chance to support me, to come and witness me committing my life to another person, saying vows in front of god and family. family. there is no family. you weren't there. >> steffy: we did it because of quinn. we wanted you to see how we feel about her. >> eric: and what happened instead?