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police mountain patrol had to be put down. there's an internal investigation. karen morfitt has been working to get answers about what happened. this mounted patrol unit is seen all over town. >> reporter: you've probably seen them here at civic center park.s me would only say the horse was showing signs or symptoms of colic when it went in for treatment. they are still opening an horse may have been neglected. the death of a horse on denver pd's mounted unit has prompted an internal affairs investigation. the horse named mc hammer has been with them since last year. a relatively new member of the unit. a tip raised concerns about abuse and prompted our calls to denver police. according to their spokesperson, the horse was
with symptoms of colic. today police say they made the difficult decision to put the horse town. they're investigating to determine if there was any negligence by department permit but couldn't reveal more about why because it's an open investigation. a spokesperson for the department went on to say that the investigation is not particular rauch, but it will be looking into the days and situations leading to whiching to put the horse down. the search for answers after two sisters died mysteriously vacationing overseaes. stan caught up with some of andy's skating teammates >> reporter: investigators
healthy women could apparently die at the same time from the same cause without leaving a trace. one was a talented denver figure skateder who should have been here tonight. now the focus of a mysterious death in paradise. >> reporter: 37-year-old annie was on a vakay out of a dream. the denver ice skater and is her sister were staying at this $2,000 a night resort. a luxurious travel destination off the african coast. two days after posting these photos, both sisters were found dead in their hotel room. the cause of death, a mystery. according to reports, the two women were drinking the day they died and even needed help getting back to their villa. they were found by hotel staff in their bed next morning. police said there were no signs of a physical altercation but
of the investigation. she left the team this year to join her sister on their vacation. >> she talked about it as the trip of a lifetime. and i think they really felt it was a wonderful way to celebrate their relationship and their love of travel and adventure. >> reporter: the family has has travelled to get more information about their deaths. at this time investigators have not ruled their deaths as foul play. police say a teenaged boy killed his father then opened fire at the school. the gunman taken into custody.
their children. >> in the end everything went bad. it was for my son. he's okay. >> the teenager shot and killed his father before going to that school. no word on a motive are in the shooting. new developments in only threats that there would be clown attacks. investigators recommendingmi they say posted that to facebook. it warned of shooting the at north ridge and franklin. today a franklin student was caught with a bb gun at school. 11-year-old told classmates he would be wearing clown gloves when he used the gun. a middle school student in critical condition after being hit by a car walking to school
boys were crossing on their way to aurora hills middle school. the light changed while they were crossing and one was hit. the driver didn't see the boys and stayed on the scene. she will not be cited. the man who killed a state trooper while he led police on a chase will spend the rest of his life in prison. kelly werthmann of in the courtroom when he was found guilty. >> sgaelt of count 1. >> reporter: with no obvious signs of emotion christopher gebers listened as he was convicted of murdering a colorado state trooper and nearly killing another. >> reporter: a jury found him guilty of driving recklessly when he raced away from officers and crashed his car into two troopers along highway 66 in
>> it's a miracle that clint rushing is alive. >> reporter: following the verdict, his mother had a message for her son. >> your death is a reminder of evil. the way you lived your life serves as a reminder of evil's extinction. >> reporter: prosecutors sayee is a hero. he saved the life defense attorneys said gebers intended on apologizing but it was pushed to nov.. a man kicked in the door to the
>> a real loud bang. his wife came running out. he just had a baby six months ago. that's the saddest thing. >> reporter: he's in critical condition. the gunman got away. sitting near the front of the bus and suffered serious injuries when it crashed at dia. now the head football legacy high school is back with his team. the bugs driver died in that crash. denver police did tell us today an inspection found there were no mechanical problems with that bus. >> reporter: for should reason,
pack toward the terminal, and when the bus struck one of the killers. >> reporter: to be back on the field. >> there you go. >> highway r how are our kis, up to the fact. and that's the r one of the first things t came to mind. >> reporter: he suffered facial fractures and a concussion when a bus carrying his team home from annute of state game crashed into a concrete pillar at denver international airport. driver terry chopper was killed. >> i germentding on a bus and waking up in a hospital bed. >> reporter: while focused on his recovery, he could not wait to get back to his team.
getting back to them and seeing how they're doing >> reporter: support that poured in helped the team pull through, winning their first game back and prepping for another. >> i appreciate everything everybody did for us. >> reporter: he's in had contact daily and he shows signs of improvement. developing tonight a rare move by congress opens the door for 911 lawsuits. why they beat
treating a heroin epidemic. >> why is denver the only jail that allows this continued methadone treatment? >> new information on a controversial police shooting in california. >> that southwest low continues to pump. pushing clouds into colorado. the hour by hour, we'll show when these showers could geto most approximate his time in
,,,, washington is broken. a blatant case of special interests buying influence in washington. a draft bill by scott tipton mpaign 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 -- independent leadership for colorado. house majority pac is responsible
congress has voted for the first time to override a veto by president obama. the bill would allow the families of the 911 victims to sue saudi arabia. some believe provided money and help to the terrorists. lori's husband died on 911. she believes a lawsuit could turn up new information. >> it's a search for truth and july for what happened to him. and send the message that you can't get away with murder. >> it will not protect americans from terrorism. saudi
warning the u.s., any lawsuits will be met, possibly limiting u.s. access to military bases. congress has approved a spending bill, it includes just over a billion dollars to fight zika. $500 million for flood-ravaged states like louisiana. >> video shows alfred on the ground being treated while his sister is kept away. she called 911 to get help for her brother. when police arrived, he say he refused their commands. >> he placed both hands testify
officer. >> reporter: remembering we have learned tonight that that object was a vape smoking device. denver starting a new transmit that has found themselves back in jail. the goal is helping people beat their addiction and move onto a clean life. >> when you first do it, it's ever had. >> he started with pain killer and got hooked. >> it gets you. there were wasn't long before he was physically addicted. >> by the time i wanted treatment, i didn't want to do anything but i had to. >> how is that impacting you? >> for the last two years we've seen a 47 yourself increase in participants in our drug court
drug of choice. this isn't a morality issue. it's a medical issue, and it's a disease. >> reporter: successful outcomes follow the stability of the jail setting and the medical expertise of the jail program. >> denver is the only jail in colorado ingest methadone. >> it's the best way to maintain while they're here. >> reporter: they'll also be evaluated by the team at denver health medical center's care center. >> the physician will assess
doctors carefully adjust the dosage, and the man will take the first doses the jail. when the offender is released from jail, the next start is the addiction program. a volunteer will escort them directly there. >> to provide that transition, that warm han i know what you've been through, i know what you're going, and everything is okay. >> reporter: arts will bolster their counseling with other support. >> it still enables me to get through my day and not even think about using open yatds. >> methadone treatment is costly.
person. the new program will be funded from a combination of moneys. a link between hormonal contracement evers and an increased risk in depression. adolescents are at greater risk because their cognitive development >> all the sunshine we had over the eastern plains, clear skies continue. but you do see this moisture starting to work its way up and drift to the east. let's go to the hour by hour forecast. clouds move in. increased shower.
that's all till friday. 4:00, then we see some showers and thunderstorms. saturday a chance for showers moving across the front range once again. cooler air off to the east. and a system moving up slowly into our area. and a cool front hovering off the pacific northwest. this is tropical storm matthew, winds of 65 miles an hour mov eastern cuba. tell be a hurricane. monday it'll be here. hurricanes that have taken this path before have been dangerous. in denver today, 82, downtown 82. sfrien and 50 the hoes. 73 and 43 are the new -- the norms. fort collins had 78.
82 east breeze at 13. a rising prom ter-- barometer. eagle here. and you see the reflection in the lake. and they're testing the snow guns temperatures for tonight, mostly 40s and 50s over the eastern plains. 30s and 40s for the high country. another warm day around here tomorrow. 70s and 80s over the eastern plains. mostly 70s out west. tonight three skies, barometer around 50 degrees. for tomorrow, partly sunny, into the lower 80s. a little closer to that for friday, saturday, sunday we're back to 80, a few
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offensive player of the week today. when asked if he was excited he said no. fafb the recognition to the whole offense. typical trevor answer. trevor certainly deserved the game ball. first player with over 300 yards, sfour tfrmds, and no picks in a 1st start. >> to watch him grow a little bit and play like that on the road brings player and everybody together. something about trevor is very sharp and low-key. hey, town this down, just keep going. i like the way he has things
first trip against the buccaneers are in a decade. played four years in florida. >> you're on the billboard, i remember being on the billboard. i come down there, see myself on the big billboard. it's a lot of great memories. avs big names playing at home against dallas. 1st period, tyson barry got that contract extension. jewhitney for the one-timer. avs trail woof this 1 into the 3rd. five minutes left in the game, ben smith will deflect this shot,
baseball and a hot chock lal type of night in san francisco. nolan arenado hot all year. 40 homers, 130 r.b.i. in back-to-back years. rockies chat food making the -- chat wood making the most of his final out of the year. tim tebow making at-bat in the mets instructional league. took a fastball deep for a home run! ended up 1 for 6. but hey, tim tebow hit a home run! >> oh, an. that's good, man! i'm happy for him. he found another career that he's good at. it was a nuggets party in
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