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safety board said they might not be able to get investigators into the station until tomorrow. train damaged the building so badly, there's a large hole in the roof, water has been leaking all day, and there is possible asbestos. >> reporter: a packed commuter train barrelled into the hoboken station after it smashed through a barrier during morning rush hour. >> a horrendous exploding noise. and concrete, dust, electrical wires, and the train flying into the depot. >> reporter: the crashd under the first car. >> lights went out. just didn't stop. people were falling over. >> reporter: passengers inside helped each other escape. >> the person behind me was bloody, he had a cut on his head but was very -- wanted to make sure everyone was okay. >> reporter: officials say a woman standing on the platform was killed by falling debris.
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that we lost today >> reporter: more than 100 others were hurt. around 50,000 train and bus riders use this station every night. it is a popular transfer point. >> 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 that this is anything other than a tragic accident. >> reporter: the engineer has been and is cooperating with investigators. >> reporter: this isn't the first time the train station has had a problem. in 2011 a different train ended up hitting the end bumper at a very high rate, and about 30 people in that case were injured then. we don't know the motive behind a shooting at an elementary school. >> one student wounded in the shooting remains in critical
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hurt are recovering at home. the gunman first killed his father before going to the elementary school. never made it inside the building. he was tackled by a volunteer firefighter. >> one of our firefighters did that. saved a lot of lives. >> reporter: the name of the shooter has not been released. classes will resume at the school monday. home depot is removing a halloween decoration from its shelves after complaints from customers. it is called th suction cups that attach to windows and resemble a scary man looking into your home. a deer sought revenge after being hit by a car, and is it was caught on tape. a police officer was responding to the call when a deer tried to force itself inside. the driver had stopped after hitting the deer
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when she opened the door, it charged. >> crazy. craziest thing i've ever seen. wouldn't be able to make that up if i wanted to. >> aside from a few bruises, the driver is gonna be okay. more problems for samsung following that cellphone recall. >> there are concerns that some of its washing machines could explode. warning the government is issuing. >> and clouds beginning to push across the front range. showers are trying drying out. we have plenty of moisture to work with. we could see some showers over the next couple of days.
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i first met mike 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. mike is one of us. i'm mike coffman,
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perform ans that can entertain and amazing can be complex yet simple. >> that sums up a small act with ringling and barnam and bailey's. >> reporter: you might not be
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ringling brothers. the union cycle? that's a staple. yet the jump rope, you've got yourself an act. and that's what you get with the king chalmers troupe out of the south bronx. >> you have all these different people, types of people, types of culture, talent, all these specific talents, all put together. at some point you're gonna make some kind of magic. >> reporter: it is the impossible, for me the king charles troupe began as a way to keep local kids out of trouble and give them a different path. it's been a remarkable journey for everyone involved, especially since the late '60s when they won a coveted spot in the greatest show on earth. >> our sole mission is to take our audience away. >> reporter: and with performers such as the king
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certainly will be carried away. >> the greatest show on earth opening tomorrow with the denver coliseum. ,, in colorado, we stand together, but congressman coffman stands with donald trump and will support trump for president. they've spread falsehoods about president obama.
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coffman: i don't know whether barack obama was born in the united states or not. coffman and trump are too dangerous for colorado.
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hundreds of people are coming out to pay their respects to former israeli perez shimon peres. >> bill clinton one of the many people expressing condolences. he was that country's president and served as prime minister.
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powerful storm. winds ripped at least 22 transmission towers from the ground overnight. along with the storm winds and heavy rains, there were an estimated 80,000 lightning strikes! no reports of deaths or serious injuries. the northern lights lit up the skies of iceland last night. residents were asked to keep their homes dark. that helped give everyone a much clearer view of >> that doesn't even look real. [ laughter ] >> it's almost scary when you see it. >> i think you've got your picture of the day. [ laughter ] >> we're gonna see maybe a few showers over the next several days. outside, clouds trying to move in over the city. we have had clear skies, a lot of sunshine today, 88 degrees at the airport, believe it or not. let's look at our doppler 4,000. we do have some showers along
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reenforcements, moisture coming our way, that could change things up. clear skies over the eastern plains, chance for scattered showers over the west. hour by hour forecast, scattered showers over the mountain areas, we do have some clouds move across. tomorrow a good chance for some scattered showers. right throughout denver area, on saturday, just a few isolated showers. sunday maybe a few sprinkles over the north. otherwise pretty much in good shape with lots of se warm temperatures. we have all that moisture pushing into that big upper-level low. high pressure is helping it. at the airport, 88 degrees. hurricane matthew, was a tropical storm yesterday. now a category 1. 75 miles an hour, moving to the west. a northern turn over eastern cube aright here about tuesday, and then it could head for the u.s. coast. so we're watching this one carefully.
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only 81 downtown. 47 and 50 is where we started out. should be at 73 and 43. records 92 and 17. buena vista 71 degrees, evergreen 79. highlands ranch 83 degrees today. west northwest 14 for the breezes. this is evergreen lake. and look at this spectacular shot from telluride. sunset on mt. emma. temperatures for tonight mostly in the 40s and 50s for the eastern plains. another warm day around here tomorrow, 70s and 80s. denver forecast tonight, increasing clouds, 54 and 52 for the overnight lows.
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mostly cloudy. scattered thunderstorms around. mid-70s. for the next several day, we'll see the temperatures stay in the mid to upper 70s saturday, sunday, even monday as we dry it out. cool on tuesday at 67 degrees. here's another great school visit! the entire 2nd grade at iowa elementary in aurora! the kids learn how to forecast, how the forecast is made and how they junior weather watchers! dave's tornado machine always a big hit. then the kids get to make snow in the classroom. thanks to teacher eleanor smith for shooting dave's weather visit! great options for bands this weekend. >> who's up for a road trip!
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young and his band are playing telluride town park on friday and saturday night. ? ? [ singing ] ? ? >> reporter: his latest album earth is one of his best in ages.. neil young is from canada. as is drake. he's at the pepsi center saturday and sunday. his latest album billion streaming mark on apple music. he's become a worldwide phenomenon. he'll be at the pepsi center friday and saturday. a restaurant owner doing his footer keep food from going to waste. >> the new app that's reducing >> the new app that's reducing food waste and helping in colorado, we stand together, but congressman coffman stands with donald trump
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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.
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stooks closed lower led by a drop in drug makers. banks fell 195 points. nasdaq down 49. new developments in the wells fargo scandal. ceo john stumpf now says the bank will get rid of retail sales goals by the end of this week instead of
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employees are accused of opening as many as two million unauthorized accounts in customers' names. on capitol hill he took responsibility for the unethical sales practices. some lawmaker are demanding he resign. >> you can just stay and be the chairman, the ceo? >> reporter: yesterday the wells fargo board stripped him of $41 million in compensation. california has cut business ties with the bank. government leaders in newk considering doing the same. firefighters think a cellphone caused a fire at a home in iowa. she had her samsung changing on the nightstand, left it there while she went to meet a friend. a lot of smoke, flames, and two fireinstruction in the front yard. >> people sleep with their phones under their pillows,
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be careful. that could be you. your life right there. over a cellphone. >> samsung recalled the galaxy note 7 phone earlier this month because of problems with batteries overheating. there are reports of some samsung washing machines exploding. the transcribes with toplords made between march of 2011 and april this year in. rare cases experience abnormal vibrating when walk bedding and other bulky items. passengers who fly frontier can qualify for t.s.a. precheck. t.s.a. expanded the program effectively immediately. it allows passengers to have
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fee. travellers flying on frontier will have the opportunity to receive t.s.a. precheck using a home printed boarding pass. mobile boarding pass and a pass printed at the check-in desk. a sad thing every year, millions of pounds of food are just tossed in the trash. >> to help fight that problem, an app is helping british customers an opportunity to buy food before it goes into the garbage. leftover meals online at a deep discount. in some cases, the food is sold at more than 50% off. customers can choose to donate an extra pound to feed the less fortunate. >> it's about saving the planet, helping fellow man, and just being a better citizen. >> the founders of the app are already eyeing a launch in the u.s. within the next few months.
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i first met mike on a fundraising event 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. mike is one of us. i'm mike coffman,
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>> reporter: police are investigating this sudden and mysterious death two, sisters found dead in a hotel room abroad. one of those apartment complex. the 37-year-old denver woman was found dead in a hotel bed alongside the body of her sister and best friend, robyn. the two had spent a week vacationing at a luxury resort. as authorities there await the results of autopsies, how they died is a mystery. prior to their death,
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police found them unresponsive and say a preliminary hearing examination of their bodies shows no signs of violence or aggression. >> reporter: the city is excited to announce a brand-new program. they expect 350 people in denver will soon have a good paying job thanks to a new grant. it will help with things like training and resume writing. it will help people find the jobs retail sector. >> reporter: this xcel customer says he wants to know why his bill tripled after the company changed out his meter. the company says the meter was changed because a reader was broken. dwight says his consumption has not changed and wants to understand his bill. this boirld woman says her bill went up five times her normal
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changed too. >> we were 88 degrees today. tomorrow pleasantly so, 77. in the 70s through monday. tuesday cooler still. >> thanks for watching. >> enjoy your thursday evening. ,, ? ? ? jon batiste has mastered new ways to play old classics. with chase atms, he can master new ways to deposit checks too.
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r whatever you're trying to master. sheldon cooper's descent into madness... day two. it's 2:25 a.m., and i feel the urge to urinate. my normal urination time is 7:10 a.m., but here i am, in the middle of the night, struggling to keep my mind sharp
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a matter of time before my tenuous grasp on reality fades. i suppose i should pee while i still know what a toilet is. (hums tune) (repeats tune) (repeats tune) since when do you hum songs? what are you talking about? you were just humming. are you sure? it makes noise. how does your brain feel about calculating the surface tension of the domain walls? let's see. (begins tune) hey! i was humming. one point for hufflepuff. (repeats tune) what song is that? well... hum it again. (repeats tune)
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pineapple ? nope. whatever. can we just get back to this? i feel like i know what song that is, but i can't put my finger on it. ? my country, 'tis of thee ? no. it's just an earworm. it'll come to you. okay. ? r-e-s-p-e-c-t ? no. is this what we're doing the rest of the night? ? i'm surprised you have to ask... ? ? our whole universe was in a hot, dense state ? ? then nearly 14 billion years ago expansion started... wait! ? ? the earth began to cool ? ? the autotrophs began to drool, neanderthals developed tools ? ? we built the wall ? ? we built the pyramids ? ? math, science, history, unraveling the mystery ? ? that all started with a big bang ?


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