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tell you it is just jaw- dropping to see the damage that matthew and least. the power is out here, so it's getting harder to look at the damage. you can see this building here clearly part of the roof was ripped off, there's a small boat in front of the building here. and further up the coast, matthew is not even done wreaking havoc. hurricane matthew pounded the florida coast with blinding rain and winds that gusted over 100 miles an hour. e moves north. >> it could be the worst part of this is still to come. >> reporter: hurricane force winds snapped trees and destroyed the side of a boathouse in smyrna. all over the state debris littered streets. >> i've seen trees uprooted. i've seen downed power lines. i've seen carports falling on cars. >> reporter: in jacksonville huge waves crashed sure. overtures are worried matthew
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along the st. johns river. >> on top of the winds the storm surge is going to be significant. 10 pete plus waves. >> reporter: the governor is expected to tour some of the damage but as you can see from the destruction behind me, matthew is still very powerful. >> it get scary a couple times with trees because there's so many trees in this neighborhood. a lot of trees down as you can see. >> reporter: the governor pleaded with holdouts to leave. >> there is nothing safe about what's getting ready to happen. >> reporter: more million people are without power in florida. and when it comes to the power situation, people have been told they should be prepared to be without service for several days. the good news is that as conditions improve especially along the central and southern coast, we have seen power crews moving into this area trying to restore power. also we just learned from our hotel we're staying at the big hilton along
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power employees are going to be checking into this hotel tomorrow ready to tackle all the outages in this region. much needed help. >> a lot of work to do. don champion, thank you very much. there is daytona beach. and there is the storm. the eye of it, pulling up the coast a little bit. when it went by cape canaveral, just brushed by the coast. now pulling off because this is the turn we think it's going to make. 110-mile an hour winds moving north at 12. on the west side all along the coast, just a slight break. those winds bring a lot of moisture as you can see on shore. as you can take a look at the hurricane north of jacksonville, the cloud spread to the nation's capital and showers all the way into pennsylvania and it's it's just on the northern florida border. as we take a look at what we think it's going to do, here is the pass it has taken, here is where we think it's going to go. the bulk of these models think
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head back over crossover the gather at praise center church on florida and federal. that vigil gets going at 8:00. this is the news and the presidential campaign tonight, colorado voters hope the upcoming debate has more substance and less shouting. morning news anchor britt moreno talked with some viewers before news broke of the donald trump tape, here is what's on their minds.
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them. i think the gloves are going to come off this next time. >> about a dozen colorado -- a critical second presidential debate. >> you today get to represent colorado voters. >> reporter: there are trump and clinton supporters. >> hillary called half of us the basket of deplorables. >> i think donald trump is a bully. >> i didn't like either of them. i just knew which one i liked the least. >> reporter: third-party believers and first-time voters , some are unemployed. many moms and dads. >> described to me how you're feeling about this debate. >> frightened. >> apathetic. >> hopeful. i really think that this debate will turn out less like the cage match that was supposed to be last time. >> reporter: the group finds solace only when saying they learned very little from the last debate. >> it was just personal attack. >> it's a little scary. it doesn't give me a lot of confidence. >> reporter: what frustrated you the most? >> i didn't trust them. everybody wants to help children.
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don't believe they are going to really do it. >> ended up petty. >> reporter: they want the candidates to explain how they will patch up the fabric of a torn america. >> i'm speaking to the latino communities of healthcare, education, of economics. >> as a college student i knew the burden of debt. >> reporter: if the candidates were here, right now, what would you like to ask them? >> what are your plans for education for k-12? >> national security, border security. >> drill down >> i would ask trump why he thinks china invented global warming. >> reporter: when it came to the candidates bringing up personal attacks -- >> women have to put on the big girl panties and deal with it. you know? we can't get offended at every little sleight. >> i don't think there's sexual exudates and relationship status affect how they govern. >> reporter: even though they admit we love the drama. >> we love the excitement.
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other and instead show respect. britt moreno, cbs4 news. >> a good group. thank you. cbs news will bring you live coverage of the second debate, debate night in america begins at 7:00 sunday on cbs for. for five years police have been looking for a powerful and elusive mafia boss. they finally found him in the unlikeliest of places. the strange hiding spot that he created. with sunshine border to border
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,, 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. 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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theater fans what makes a classic play classic? the fact that it's brought back and done right. as greg moody reports that is the case with the glass menagerie. >> mr. o'connor. broke the glass menagerie is a classic play in both succeeding and survives because of the themes that make it a classic.
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an exit, from the lives they lead. tom, the writers son wants a future. amanda they lost southern belle wants the past. while laura the damaged daughter wants only the quiet she finds among her glass figurines. >> be careful. if you breathe they break. >> reporter: tennessee williams brought the memories of his own family into sharp focus. no one gets away clean from the three leads to the gentleman caller. the drama is beautifully leavened with humor an kathleen mccall as amanda, charm and fear, aubrey declared as tom, desperate for a way out and laura, frightened of the world and hiding within herself. >> whenever i pick up a shoe, i shudder a little thinking how short life is and what i am doing. >> reporter: it kicks off what looks to be a tremendous season for the denver center theatre company. it does so in grand style. with rich human drama that even
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forget. what makes this a classic? go to it. to find out. and critic at large greg moody for the three. >> it is now playing at the denver center for the performing arts. just visit ,, diagnosed with a rare form of cancer on my spinal chord. but i spent my whole life fighting back. so you can imagine what i thought when i saw donald trump say... "i don't know what i said, ah, i don't remember!" "that reporter he is talking about suffers from a chronic condition that impairs movement of his arms." i don't want a president who makes fun of me. i want a president who inspires me, and that's not donald trump.
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nine u.s. military helicopters are on their way to haiti to help with relief efforts in the wake of the deadly hurricane. this is the news from around the world for you tonight, government says around 300 people have been killed by the storm. that number is expected to rise. to national red cross is asking for nearly $7 million for medical aid, shelter and water. unicef needs 5 million just to help the children. police have captured an italian mafia boss. d antonio pelley spent five years on the run. he might spend the next 20 in prison. for drug trafficking. police say he also had a secret room with a small mattress, toilet paper and a portable fan. brazilian scientists announced the discovery of the largest dinosaur ever found in the country. the plant eating beast stretched 82 feet from his head to toe. experts say it belonged to the
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titanosaurs. they just now got around to this one to learn more about it. >> 82 feet long. that's bigger than my car. >> [ laughter ] >> 10 cars. >> it's quite defined. >> that's amazing. >> too bad to delight in our beautiful weather with what some people are going through back east. >> which was where to live. picked the right place. we'll show to you, for it outside and take a look, here is our beautiful weather, the clear skies as you look to the west, not a cloud in the sky. in fact let's take a look at it on doppler 4000. border to border just no clouds to be seen at all. we'll go out to the region, no clouds at all, the big picture shows you how we have a little sister moving in, some snow to the north into portions of montana. rain showers as well, the cold front that dollars to 32 degrees this morning. and there is the hurricane which we'll talk about in a
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mean? let's go to lauren in the colorado weather center. looks like a good weekend heading our way. >> broncos game on sunday, great weather for that. in the zonal setup for the next several days. keeping things nice and warm, even more tomorrow. we are watching for tuesday, there was not much change for the next several days. next system to potentially roll on through. looking at our satellite and radar, most of the west is very, very dry. all the way from california through nevada, and much of the midwest as well. a little bit cooler temperatures. but now the cold front is gone and we see the high-pressure build back up and warmer temperatures on the way. southeast we are worried about hurricane matthew. now starting to impact north carolina and south carolina. more on that. over to ed. >> thanks very much. there it is, category two right now, 110 miles an hour, north at 12. there you see the swirl around their pretty much leaving
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winds but they pick up the moisture and push it right into south carolina and georgia and they are getting flooding with tons of rain. he was with hurricane has been, here is where it is right now. here is what the models think it will go. sum up to the north, some out to the east. the bulk of them now, taking a turn and going right down over the past where it came from! some of these areas could get hit a second time from the storm. keeping an eye on it for those reasons. 57 and 68 after starts of 32 and 36. 69 and 40 are your norms. weather watchers, walden 51, 63 fort collins, northwest evergreen 65, west of leader, 68 degrees. 65 and 63 right now. 24% humidity. steady barometer. take a look at the pictures, purgatory resort getting in on the act. now making snow. pamela roth, pretty shot of lake dillon. you see the snow-covered mountains. we also have a nice shot from marcia hulbert, rocky mountain national park.
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well. take a look at this from larry pierce. this is the snow we flattop spirit and you see why they are called flattopped. they indeed are flat. take a look at tonight lows, mostly in the 20s and 30s. 20s for the mountains. 30s and 40s out west. for tomorrow, and i smiled day, 70s over the eastern plains. nearing 80-degree mark looking at 50s and 60s for the mountains. 60s to the mid-70s out west. denver forecast, for toni 30 night. then for tomorrow sunny milder, low 70s and we going to the mid- 70s for sunday. completing a beautiful weekend if you got columbus day off, 78 degrees with sunny skies. change on tuesday, chance for showers, 71 degrees. wednesday gone and more seasonal with a high of 68. here is the entire student body at singing hills elementary in parker. it was circus day! many of the kids were dressed up to see
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how to use the temperature gauge , the wind, humidity, pressure all forecast the weather and here they are with the radio weather balloon. tornado machine always a hit as you might expect. thanks to amanda go rough for shooting the video of dave's weather visit. >> i think it's always circus day. >> especially on fridays i'm sure. >> yeah. >> dave is kind of like the ringmaster. pu are not just for humans anymore. why people are starting to put them on their pets and don't forget about the only shows tonight. from a rancher's perspective, we feel that often washington is removed from what we need. senator bennet is different. michael bennet has been at the ready and always willing to listen.
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he commits to his word, and that means a lot to a guy like me. i'm a republican, but i know that michael bennet trusts us and we trust him. i'm michael bennet
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u.s. economy added fewer jobs than expected. that pushed unemployment rate up slightly. that was one of the drags on stocks today. the dow lost 28. nasdaq off 14. s&p was down seven. new development on a scam targeting american taxpayers for months. might have called you, acting on a tip police raided a call center in india accused of being part of the so-called irs
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threatened to arrest you if you don't pay them thousands of dollars. in all police arrested 70 workers at that call center. another 750 were detained for questioning. pet owners are now using activity trackers to get a better overall picture of the animals health. the device is attached to an animal's collar, sends information to your smartphone like how much time it's getting outdoors, that information can be forwarded to your vet. make sure i'm caring for him as much as he cares for me. >> some of the trackers also include gps making it easy to track your pet if it runs away.
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we are learning more about
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death by police on the cu campus. here is our reporter brief. >> reporter: i'm andrea flores in denver where we are learning more about the man police shot and killed on the cu boulder campus. after they say he refused to drop a machete wednesday morning. friends say this man 28-year- old brandon simmons was an active marine for 10 years. but was recently discharged and moved to colorado five months ago. those closest to him say he may have been suffering from ptsd or depression. we are told he grew up in and out of foster homes and shelters in texas, and leaves behind two kids. police have named cu pd officer clay austen and boulder pd officer jason connor as the officers involved in the shooting. they are on paid administrative leave as the investigation continues. i'm jennifer brice at the capital where the disability community is demanding action after reports of abuse at the pueblo regional center.
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dryers and some had words cut into their skin. advocates say until administrators and staff become criminally liable, they do not believe abuse will stop. the people here want legislation to protect the disabled. thank you for joining us on colorado's news channel. we're going to have a fabulous
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macgyver: in my line of work, no one expects to live forever. ("disco inferno" by the trammps playing) and, look, i know i'm not exactly a "safety first"rno" by th kind of guy,ying) but i thought i'd at least make it to 30. fist fight with vladimir putin in space, read the rest of the harry potter books, sing with willie nelson... jack, what the hell are you talking about?! it's my bucket list, mac. you know what's not on that list?
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but it did get the somali warlords off of our tail. riley (over radio): fighting putin in space? like, how would that even happen? i don't know, riley. life's full of surprises. how's our exit strategy coming? just hacked a somali government database and downloaded the blueprints. there's a stairwell on your right in 300 feet. well, did thornton get the coordinates we sent? i did, indeed. we're targeting a drone strike. general dalmar's chemical weapons factory should be history in three, two, one. ? i heard somebody say burn, baby, burn... ? mission accomplished. whoa. no, no, no, no, no, no! ? disco inferno ? ? burn, baby, burn ? ? burn that mother down... ? riley, i don't suppose there's another staircase we can use. uh, no. what's wrong with that one? it'd probably be quicker to tell you what's not wrong with it. okay, there's a window about 50 feet down the hall on your left. but there is one catch.
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unless you can find about 50 more of those, we still got a pretty major problem here. relax. the only thing on my bucket list is getting out of this building alive. take care of that window for me, please. macgyver: so maybe i'm an extreme example, but my grandfather always used to say that so i guess we have to ask ourselves: will i just go gently into that good night or am i willing to risk it all on a leap of faith? any last words? (chuckles) (both yelling) now! (both yelling)


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