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>> reporter: they say anne moved to denver last year working worry -- for jp morgan chase. this property management company was warning about the deaths that were sudden. unopened outside the door of apart 102. annie won't be coming home. she was found dead in a hotel body alongside the body of her 42-year-old sister and best friend roshg bin. the two -- robyn. the two were vacationing on an island 1,000 miles off the eastern coast of africa. for now
next door neighbor kyle knew her only in passing. >> pretty nice, relaxed. we moved in last month so i didn't get to know them well. >> reporter: prior to their death, the sisters had been drinking throughout the day. police found them unresponsive and a preliminary examination of their bodies showed no sign of victims or aggression. medication. their brother told me they were kind, generous, and lived life to the fullest. an online fundraiser has raised tens. thousands in just two days. >> reporter: the state department assisted in the immediate aftermath of a death overseas which is the case in
they can request assistance from u.s. law enforcement. we also talked to family members of the korkky sisters. their mother and brother are on the islands making arrangements to bring the bodies back. a man is accused of trespassing at broncos headquarters and threatening entered the restricted media room at team headquarters and told a security guard he's a 20% owner and the team owed him money. a husband accused of killing his wife in their denver home. a judge is says that richard kirk is competent to
police saying her husband was acting oddly after eating a marijuana-infused candy. she was shot as they were on their way. >> reporter: he was either going to go back to the colorado mental health institute for treatment or he was going to stand trial, and that's exactly what the judge is ordered today. last rear he pled not guilty by reason of insanity. that plea still stands. the evaluation the judge went over today indicates sh officials say even though he was okayed for trial, it's still possible that the mental health evaluation supports his insanity defense. but it could go either way. kirk has been in custody since the murder of his wife in 2014. his defense said he was so impaired that he may not have intended to kill her. but prosecutors argued that he had the wherewithal to remember the code to a locked gun safe and press the weapon to his wiefr's
a friend of alexa coria started a finned raising effort. she is now accused of lying to authorities about how her 11-month-old daughter was hurt to keep her boyfriendm to prison. hearn sdeza, kuszed -- hernandez is accused of hitting the young girl with a chair. money has been refunded. new information about yesterday's shooting at that elementary school in south carolina. two volunteer firefighters are being credited for heroic actions. one went inside the school to help the victims. the other tackled the teenaged gunman. >> one of our firefighters did that. probably saved a lot of
>> reporter: firefighters say the 14-year-old gunman killed his father then drove to the school where she shot two students and a teacher. a 6-year-old boy is in critical condition. this country's deputy attorney general sat down with the denver police chief and other law enforcement leaders today and they got an earful. rick salinger community members had plenty to say. >> reporter: they did. the reason denver was chosen for this forum in part was due to its diversity and location in the rocky mountain region. one thing that everyone seemed to agree on is a communication is necessary to try to prevent the type of violence that has occurred elsewhere. the problem, relations between law enforcement and the community
elsewhere. >> it's a real urgency to recognize and try to make progress fixing the degradation of trust. >> reporter: this they hoped was a start toward that. a wide variety of denver area community leaders and law enforcement officials sat down with the deputy u.s. attorney general. >> we need to work together to come up with some concrete steps for what we can do to build that trust. >> reporter: in the denver area, police shootings have sparked peaceful pst black man. >> i we think are sitting on a tinder box. the only reason denver is not ferguson or baltimore is because no one has lit a match. >> reporter: at this meeting, there were call for policy changes. denver chief white recently did that. >> i have a policy that says if you're involved in a shooting and someone is injured and
first aid. >> reporter: what came out of this was an effort toward better communication and more. >> they're going to be surprised when changes don't take place, how violent and how this country can erupt. >> reporter: according to figures compiled by the washington oast, 717 people have been shot dead by police this year. 26 of those occurred here in colorado. another meeting like this is scheduled to take steps to improve relations. the news on the campaign trail. very early voting has begun in iowa. and that's where hillary clinton was campaigning today. >> donald trump out campaigning and expanding his visit to colorado next week. shaun boyd is at the campaign desk for us tonight. and second rally plan for our state. >> trump will attend a rally in
also campaign at the budweiser event center in loveland monday night. both candidates staying focused on key states to win this november. >> reporter: hillary clinton is in iowa for the first day of early inperson voting there. iowa one of about a half dozen states that could decide the race. >> we have 40 days to win an election that's going to affect the next 40 years of country. and every one of you can make the difference. encourage early voting there after donald trump accused her of abandoning the swing state. trump rallied a crowd in new hampshire. >> hillary clinton is an insider fighting only for herself and for her donors. i'm an outsider fighting for you. >> reporter: libertarian gary johnson got some national face time in a televised town hall
name a foreign leader he looked up to. >> who's my favorite? >> any one of the connends, any country, one foreign leader that you respect. >> i guess i'm having an aleppo moment. >> reporter: that refers to another televised misstep where johnson didn't know the syrian center at the center of the country's civil war. trump appears to be look ahead to the second presidential debate october 9th. he sent a 30-page advice on which issues he should focus on in order to win. >> shaun is also providing reality checks on the ads that you see. check out her stories on cbsdenver.com. a horrifying scene at a train station in new jersey. the investigation after this morning's deadly crash. >> and the ceo of wells fargo
conference where they released new information. the building is so damaged, there's concern that things could fall down. there's a hole in the ceiling where water has been pouring in, and possible asbestos contamination which means many of the investigators may not be able to fully get inside until tomorrow. >> reporter: a packed commuter train bailed into the station after it smashed through a rush hour. >> horrendous exploding noise and concrete dust, electrical wires, and a train flying into the depot. >> reporter: the crash caused part of the proof to collapse under the first car where david was standing. >> lights went out, and people were falling over. the roof came down. >> reporter: passengers inside helped each other. >> the person behind me was bloody, he had a cut on his head.
>> reporter: officials say a woman standing on the platform was killed by falling debris. >> we have a hoboken resident that we lost today. so we're in great sadness over that loss. >> reporter: amy says the crash is a life-changer. >> i'm afraid to get back on the train. i'm sure staying home tomorrow! >> reporter: investigators will try to figure out what happened. >> we have no indication this is anything other than a tragic accident. >> reporter: the engineer is said to be in investigators. >> reporter: another train hit the end bumper. at that point in time, 30 people were hurt. today was part 2 of a 1-2 punch by congress against the ceo of wells fargo after being grilled by the senate last week.
committee today. wells fargo accused of opening as many as two million unauthorized accounts as employees struggle to meet overall aggressive sales goals. the bank will expand its review of accounts and take a hard look at executive roles. >> fully committed to fixing this issue, stretching our sxrlt taking the necessary steps and actions to restore our customers' trust. >> your problem is it's coming. when the prosecutors get a hold of you, you're gonna have a lot of fun. >> wells fargo stripped stumpf of $41 million in stock awards. the bank has been fined $150 million and fired more than 5,000 employees. new video showing super heroes entertaining kids at a
the aurora police s.w.a.t. team. >> i think they have a lot in common, and it's great for these kids to look up to these superhero were they're all tough and when they get knocked down, they get right back up. >> this is the third year of this program. >> good repelling weather today. >> they weren't the real superheroes? >> sure they were. [ laughter ] >> nice and warm and sunny skies on the easternla west, moisture continues to push up into the area into the front range, and we could see some showers here too. moisture coming up from the south. 2:00 friday afternoon, showers and thunderstorms pushing up under the front range, during the evening hours, heavy showers around here, then they just die down. saturday a couple clouds around here, a little sunshine, a few scattered showers late inidate, that's it. sunday we --
sunday partly cloudy skies, showers to the northwest. nice day, fairly dry around here. lots of moisture streaming up. the warm front, that's what we're under the influence today. showers and thunderstorms in the northeast down to the gulf coastal area, and now a hurricane was a tropical storm yesterday, hurricane matthew. just a category 1, still moving to the west. we expect it to make that northern turn overea and by tuesday it'll be just north of cuba heading for the u.s. border. we're watching this one carefully. it looks like it will hit the u.s. landmass. 88 degrees today! really! 81 downtown. 47 and 50 were the lows. 73 and 43 would be normal for this time of year. 71 in buena vista, evergreen at 79, highlands ranch 83 degrees
southwest breeze at 9, 16% humidity. nice shot here, telluride valley. lots of color there. kenosha pass. we have sue henson from steamboat. and look at this from scott smith, you can see the ski area. 40s and 50s over the eastern plain and 50s out west. 70s and 80s for the eastern plains tomorrow, 60s and 70s mountains. increasing clouds, 52. starting to cool it off just a bit, nice for saturday and sunday. the upper 80s. an isolated storm saturday, dry on sunday. monday and tuesday, 78 then about 11 degrees cooler on tuesday.
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.
player of the year maybe? >> reporter: how many awards do you think a guy can buy with $114 million! von named the afc defensive player of the month today. if you were worried about a super bowl hangover after that big contract he signed in the offseason, don't be! von leads the nfl in sacks right now with 5 and saved his best for last. in the 4th he has 4 of those 5 sacks. after his summer celebrity tour, von crediting his teammates with helping him ju he's back inside that locker room. also quick to remind us, hey, it's only september! >> it's a constant process. it's just the first month of the season, we still got a long way to go. and just taking it one day at a time. i don't have too much to worry about. but football, come up here with my guys, trying to be the best i
want to reveal his goals but you have to imagine the defensive mvp is one. those. we're getting ready to take the cbs4 football blitz. rockies had a chance to be the first nl team since the 1992 padres to have the league leader in batting average and home runs. tyler chat wood with 8 francisco last night. his final road e.r.a., 1.69, best in qualified starters in baseball this year. >> pretty durable. very reliable. and very good. best case scenario for chaddy, it's quite a comeback.
an american fan was heckling a european group. so they pull him out of the crowd, and with the tribe of america on the line, he drains this putt and celebrates like any good american should! justin rose put a $100 bill on the line. so david johnson walking away with a little cash. maybe they'll keep him as an alternate.
captioning sponsored by cbs >> pelley: a deadly crash in the morning rush. >> everything shook. just shook, and everybody got quiet. >> pelley: a train packed with commuters plowed into a terminal in the shadows of new york cityt at least one person is dead, many are injured. >> i thought we were going to die. i didn't think we were going to get out. for prayers for a first grader a shot at school. >> he's a hard little fighter, and you got to continue to remember that. >> pelley: it's 40 days till the election, but the voting has b already begun. fraud at wells fargo, the c.e.o. under fire. >> something is going wrong atg this bank, and you are the head of it. h >> pelley: and, nearly half a century after two black