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missing finally arrive? >> reporter: for a few of us! we got really lucky with the mobile weather lab. caught this shower here off highway 93. i was able to break out the ole rubber boots. but it has left mind a piece of a -- behind a piece of a rainbow here. doppler 4,000, we'll show you what's going on in the metro area. developed along the front range foothishlgs trying to roll out across -- foothills, trying to roll out across the citylls, trying to roll out across -- foothills, trying to roll out across the city. we've even seen some lightning today, some of those storms out there with the daytime heating. it's all courtesy of this, our water vapor loop, showing a disturbance in the upper atmosphere, crossing the state, helping kick up these showers
in jefferson county, the sun is out, we're about 62 degrees in the mobile weather lab. stick around for dave's forecast. what's over the state right now just a foreruntory a big change on the -- forerunner to a big change on the way next week. ner to a big change on the -- forerunner to a big change on the way next week. >> find the latest forecast anytime by visiting the weather sect a mysterious deaths of two sisters on vacation in africa. autopsy result shows that annie and robyn died from excess fluid in their lungs. annie lived here in denver and office vacation with her sister on a group of islands off the coast of eastern africa. melissa garcia is live in littleton where annie was part of a competitive skating team. do investigators have any idea
>> reporter: not exactly yet. there are some clues as to that, but it is still really too soon to tell. authorities are waiting on the results of toxicology tests. experts we spoke to say there are dozens of possible causes for that condition, including drug overdose, or other accidental reasons, including altitude sickness. for now the result of those autopsies are leaving many unanswered questions. >> she had one of those personalities that just drew you in. she becamen froms instantly with the women on the team. >> reporter: there are fewer blades on the ice at south suburban arena after the death of annie korkky. she took a break from the masters this season to go on a month-long
it. began with an african safarand he is ended tragically in the islands. even though she had skated on the team for just a year, she made her mark on all of their hearts. >> she was an incredible woman, teammate and friend. she spoke about this vokay with her sister as the trip of a lifetime and a wonderful way for them to celebrate their loveof travel and adventure. >> reporter: the pair travelled often, sdprrs is west friends -- frequently posted photos of their times abroad. the sisters died from excess fluid in their lungs. annie also suffered from fluid in her brain. conditions our medical editor says could be caused by any number of things from delayed decompression from scuba diving or mountain climbing to a drug overdose,
figure skating coach told us today they are dedicating their entire 2016/17 season to annie. we have the full statement online at cbsdenver.com. a motorcyclist in critical condition after a crash shut down the interstate this morning causing major backups. the motorcyclist lost control, fell off his a car. investigators believe that cyclist was speeding. an update on a string of threats involving clowns and schools in colorado and all over the country. the threats have popped up on social media lately saying clowns will commit violence at school. we've seen them at districts in colorado from the denver area to greeley and out to the west slope. rick salinger live in jefferson county. how serious should we take these threats? >> reporter: these clown
like a bad computer virus, there's one from mesa county, adams county, jefferson county here in colorado. >> reporter: lakewood police converged on cretan middle school after the killer clown threat spread here. >> as soon as we get any kind of threat, we medical try and find out who the threat is about, bring in law enforcement so they can do some research. >> reporter: rerts ever out to -- letters have gone out to all telling them "our investigation led us to believe this may be a social media hysteria." the threats have been making the rounds at many schools. >> i believe it's just stupid. some kid just going around trying to scare kids. >> it's just a bunch of empty threats. >> reporter: in adams county, parents received a letter. there
>> they range from people who say they saw clowns on a school property to people who said they've heard that clowns are gonna come shoot up the saw. >> reporter: given the violence that has occurred in schools, each threat is being taken as if it is real. >> reporter: this has spread across the country. clowns are usually meant for fun. but this is no laughing matter. a lakewood man is shot when he tried to stop a thief from stealing his neighbor's car. this was in the 1,600 block of south cody street. the gunman shot the man who confronted. the man's injuries were minor. police are looking for a silver or gray shev neconnection to that shooting. denver police are showing
to that shooting. denver police are showing us a new tool. >> reporter: the denver police department is in the process of revamping its entire training program, and this 360 degree simulator is part of it. critical thinking in a scenario where you have to make a slit-second decision. i had the opportunity to test it out for miles, and it's as real can get. >> sir , put your weapon down. >> we're not gonna shoot you, you have to put your weapon do >> reporter: there's a person controlling the simulation deciding what happens next based on how you handle the situation. in my case what you didn't see is that i was shot by the suspect because i didn't realize the situation was escalating. it was extremely unnerving, and the scene real and graphic, so we opted not to show some of them. the simulation has about 100 different scenarios. officers have the opportunity to use a
scenarios and less lethal options. >> eventual ly we'll be able to create our own scenarios, and have officers work out there in our communities go in and give them different scenarios and have them interact with the team. >> reporter: the simulator cost about $300,000 and was purchased by the denver police foundation. it's not just denver police that will use this. it will be available to law enforcement from across the region. a 14-year-old boy in south carolina has been charged as a juvenile with murder. he's accused of killing his father earlier this week then going to the local elementary school and shooting two students and a teacher. one of those students, a 6-year-old boy, remains in critical condition. and jacob hall's family says he is now on life support. investigators working to pinpoint what caused a deadly train crash in new jersey. the technology that some say may
>> an early morning twitter account from donald trump monopolizes the campaign chatter today. what the candidate is saying about this new controversy. >> quite a bit going on on the weather map. a few showers into colorado. and on the big picture, a trough off the coast of california that has a california cool-down headed our way. >> and a new device that could change lives for millions of >> reporter: there could one day be a new train for commuters and is tourists in the
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thunderstorms around telluride, durango, gunnison here. and some park county into fremont county. a few thunderstorms here. and you can see those moving into jefferson county, conifer, highlands ranch. showers that moving through denver earlier at least from jefferson county into our area have fallen apart. there's a dry patch of air over the city. so most of the rain is near southern jeffco or the west side of pikes big moisture plume coming through! a big texas high down here, and a very weak little low pressure area moving in on top of that high. that's bringing the showers. there's a big low pressure trough forming, a weather changer next week. this high moves down to texas, a chance of a few isolated thunderstorms tomorrow afternoon. and on sunday, the front stays out of here. it doesn't arrive until late monday to tuesday.
made it to 73, dia. 74 downtown. normal high is 72. north northeast wind at 7 miles per hour. our weather watcher in bailey had a trace of moisture out there. and here's his comment. "barely enough rain to wet down the deck and bring in the drying laundry." still has the laundry hanging out there in bailey this afternoon. the storms go away, showers by tomorrow morning, a few clouds lingering. partly cloudy to start day. and isolated thunderstorms develop in the afternoon. could see some is of those in denver. a smaller chance, believe it or not the more we have today coming up for tomorrow. so for tonight, 40s and 30s in the mountains. 40s and 50s down low. highs tomorrow a smij warmer, 70s and 80s out west.
out west. mostly 60s in the high country. cloudy early tonight, a slight chance of a shower moving through. tomorrow a high of 79 in the city. partly cloudy early with a slight chance of a thunderstorm late in the afternoon. and then as far as the extended forecast goes, doesn't want to come up there. the extended forecast on sunday will be probably 79 mostly sunny. same thing on monday. and by tuesday, we're gonna dip into the 60s. get a better chance of rain too.>> [ laughter ] committed about an addition to cbs4 news at 5:00. >> we welcome ashton to our morning news. lauren whitney will be joining us evenings starting next week, and she
morning news. >> i'm so proud to call colorado home, and is i know i'm going to be very a very long time. i love every mile of this state, and lucky to have such an amazing supporter group here. so come monday, i will see you all. >> ah, made me cry. [ laughter ] >> what a treat. the avs have a new head coach and a new game plan. >> who is the biggest diva on
a couple guys to keep an eye on. both listed as questionable. three guys out, ware, stevenson, and virgil green will not play on sunday. john phillips at tight end again. he did have a touchdown last week against the bengals. but the big danes game from the wide-outs. ascertaineds and thomas went over 100 yards and is had td's for the first time this year. >> one thing, i don't mind being a diva. i am a diva. [ laughter ] >> i like winning ball games, i like catching passes. every wide receiver in the world likes to catch passes. every wide receiver in the world likes to put up points. he's like a country diva though. [ laughter ] >> i'm like hollywood. >> emanuel just called you a
>> i don't have one. i'm from the country. i drive a ford. [ laughter ] >> country of divas. do you have a pair of shoes like these? does that make you a diva? they belong to von miller. he posted pictures of them today. he wears them in warmups. half of the team's six world making their debuts tonight. varlamov will start in goal. he played for russia in the world cup. johnson is back, playing tonight, on team usa for the tournament. and nate mackinnon as well. >> i think when you play fast, you don't have to being about different positional areas too much. you just did out and play
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