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we begin with that breaking news from the campaign trail, donald trump's lewd remarks about women 11 years ago sparking an angry reaction tonight. several republican leaders have condemned trump's remarks. including that man colorado congressman mike coffman. is now calling on trump to step aside and end his campaign. paul ryan the house speaker told trump he is no longer welcome at a campaign event of wisconsin. right now we're waiting for a video statement from trump. we expect to be released shortly. >> this stems from a conversation recorded in 2005. >> i moved on her and i failed. i'll admit it. i did try and [ bleep ] >> reporter: washington post obtained a video trump appears unaware that he is being recorded. >> i moved on her like a [ bleep ] and she was married. all of a sudden she's now got the big phony [ bleep ] totally changed her look. >> reporter: he was talking
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to have a cameo on the soap opera. >> i'm automatically attracted to beautiful. it's like a magnet. and when you are a star they will let you do it. you can do anything. grab them by the [ bleep ] >> [ laughter ] >> do anything. >> reporter: the campaign quick to react tweeting this is horrific. we cannot allow this man to become president. even trump's own party appalled. house speaker paul ryan released this statement, canceling trump's event. i am sickened by what i heard today. women are to be championed and revered not objectified. i hope mr. trump treats this situation with the seriousness it deserves. mitt romney tweeted this, heading up married women condoning assault, such biodegradation demean our wives and daughters and corrupt america's face to the world. trump had this to say. this was locker room banter. a private conversation that took place many years ago.
to me on the golf course, not even close. i apologize if anyone was offended. >> melania said this was okay. >> reporter: as we mentioned congressman mike coffman running for reelection released this statement for the good of the country and to give the republicans a chance of defeating hillary clinton mr. trump should step aside. his defeat at this point seems almost certain. we did talk with political analyst republican
dick wadhams and penfield tate about the scandal. >> donald trump is reprehensible, actually outside the public arena. he was a private citizen when this happened. when you look at hillary clinton and her e-mail scandal, the fact that the clinton foundation was soliciting donors for access to the state department when she was secretary of state, you could make a case that her character flaws are actually worse because they were within the public sphere of her life. not the private. >> you can make mistakes and
lapse of judgment or something. but twice is a pattern. and it's more than two times he's said things like this and behaved like this. the other thing that i found fascinating about the tape is he knew he was miked the entire time. >> again trump is expected to release a video statement tonight, we will bring that to you as soon as we get it. mike pence will campaign in wisconsin tomorrow instead of trump. trump says he will spend the day in can watch that debate right here on cbs4 at 7:00. shaun boyd will have her analysis on cbs4 news at 10:00. tonight a murder mystery taking new turns, this man is missing and presumed dead, police believe this man killed him. but the suspect took his own life in jail before he could go to trial. now a so-called murder journal reveals chilling new details about the crime. lauren dispirito live in edgewater. police never found a body but
is the murder case. >> reporter: they are, jim. that's because when they tried to take the suspect into custody here, this summer, over other charges he ended up in a shootout with them and they later found inside the gp -- the jeep he was driving a journal that they are now referring to as his murder journal. the last time anyone saw 71- year-old john sees a was this june in alamosa. the california man had come to but shortly after arriving, he ended up in the same place at the same time as 40-year-old david little. a man police say detailed gruesome plans in his journals. i'm having a really hard time hunting anyone to kidnap, kill, carjack, according to entries detailed in court documents. i really want to get us an rv and i'm working hard looking for a great opportunity.
next day after investigators say little shot and killed seasick and dumped his body murdering the visitor for his rv after little attended church. maybe i should've stayed at the church for lunch. then maybe i wouldn't have done what i just did. even without finding his body, district attorney pete weir says the journal entries are clear. >> we were extremely confident that mr. little was guilty of first-degree murder. took his own life in his jail cell. prompting investigators to make a new plea for information. that can help bring closure for c6 family. and tonight the family is joining that plea, adding $10,000 to a crime stoppers reward for information that helps them find cezik's body. life tonight in edgewater, lauren dispirito, cbs4 news.
shooting on the university of colorado campus. officers killed a man with a machete. we know now that man is former marine brandon simmons. his friends tell us he had been going through a tough time but they are shocked what happened wednesday morning. jeff todd has been covering this story. you just talked with some men who served with simmons. >> reporter: yeah. they said he had recently reunited with his birth father and that's what brought him to colorado. they say he was a kind and caring man but now there are so many unanswered questions like h all. friends of brandon simmons have been showing support and sorrow on facebook. the father of two was discharged from the marines earlier this year. after growing up in foster homes and spending a decade in the marines most recently as a drill instructor, we are told simmons was having a hard time coping with life after service. investigation into what went on wednesday morning on campus is still going on. today the cu police announced
is clay austin, he has been at cu nearly four years. the boulder police officer involved is three-year veteran jason connor, both are still unpaid leave. just a few minutes ago we were able to talk to two former marines who knew simmons, here is what they had to say. >> just so out of character for brandon. one of the best stand up guys you'll ever meet. he was an outstanding guy. he had a beautiful wife, two he was an incredible marine. someone i looked up to. >> i wish i could've seen some signs maybe or could've been there a little bit more i guess. i don't know. is just devastating. to me it's pathetic to see somebody's life. he don't get the chance to explain what he was going through. get the help he needed. >> reporter: the police chief
she believed that under the circumstances, it was in the best interest of the university that deadly force was used. no timeline for the jot agency investigation to bring forward some conclusions in this case. reporting life, jeff todd, cbs4 news. new development as police arrest the man they say attacked a woman in the shack -- in this shocking video. jesus garcia now accused of kidnapping his former girlfriend then shooting her and a good samaritan rescue that victim. it's a story you saw first on cbs4 wednesday night. karen morfitt i know you talked with that good samaritan after the incident. what is he saying about the arrest? >> reporter: jim, he says he is so relieved this man has been taken off of the streets. it was his video surveillance that helped identify that suspect and will also play a huge role in court. >> [ yelling ] >> reporter: yes -- less than a
track down and arrest their suspect, jesus garcia. he was holed up at a hotel near 47th and vasquez. >> i didn't realize he was still in town. and close by. >> reporter: ryan gear was thrust into the chaos early sunday morning when a young woman came knocking on his door trying desperately to get away from this man, believed to be garcia. home surveillance video captured those frightening moments and shows gear without hesitation leaping into action. >> i -- hard enough to knock the gun out of his hand and free her. >> reporter: before that scuffle would end, both gear and that young woman were shot. and garcia would get away. leaving everyone on edge until his capture. >> that's lots of happiness. so yeah, we're relieved. we will sleep better. >> reporter: geer is now focused on his recovery and
shows me how blessed i am with my friends and family. >> reporter: those same people have set up a gofundme account to help geer and his family with the mounting medical expenses. if you'd like to help, we have a link on our website, at cbsdenver.com. live in denver, karen morfitt, cbs4 news. developing tonight burke ramsey files a lawsuit after cbs explosive special about his sister's death coming up why he wants $150 million after being linked to the murder of jonbenet. the very latest on hurricane matthew. hundreds are dead. is the storm grumbling -- as the storm rumbles. new video of lotto thieves. donald trump has just released a statement on those lewd remarks about women.
the tape just released today again, he's got a statement out late tonight. not only is nothing going on in our state, nothing going on in the region. so this is your weekend but we do have something coming up in the five-day forecast. i'll talk about it. but what most i'm going to talk about is pretty good. trevor siemian questionable
see what the power of points can do for your business. learn more at chase.com/ink happening now hurricane matthew making its slow crawl up the east coast. could make landfall in georgia or south carolina overnight. already torrential rain and heavy flooding in coastal areas like savannah. and florida more than a million people are without electricity.
shore to prevent major damage to cities like miami, fort lauderdale and west palm beach. at least four people have died including an elderly couple who died from carbon monoxide fumes. while running a generator in their garage. helicopters from the u.s. are arriving in haiti to provide assistance after the hurricane killed hundreds there. hurricane response task force commander says homes and buildings are leveled. a developing story burke ramsey is suing the forensic pathologist who said burke killed his sister jonbenet. with a reporter out of cbs detroit. dr. warner spitz appeared in a cbs series that re-examined the death of jonbenet 20 years after the murder in boulder. this defamation lawsuit is seeking $150 million in damages for the accusation burke ramsey's attorney claims has him living under a false cloud of suspicion. >> there's no place in an orderly and just society for an
his so-called position as an expert to brand this young man as a killer. >> boulder police and prosecutors publicly cleared burke ramsey's name. dr. spitz has not commented on the lawsuit. after a day of explosive reaction, donald trump has just released a statement regarding his vile comments about women in 2005. let's hear what he has to say. >> i've never said i'm
a perfect person that i'm not. i've said and done things i regret. and the words released today on this more than a decade old video or one of them. anyone who knows me knows these words don't reflect who i am. i said it. i was wrong. and i apologize. i travel the country talking about change for america. but my travels have also changed me. i've spent time with grieving mothers who lost their
countries, and people from all walks of life who just want a better future. i have gotten to know the great people of our country, and i've been humbled by the faith they've placed in me. i pledge to be a better man tomorrow. and will never ever let you down. let's be honest. we're living in the real world. this is nothing more than a distraction from the important issues we are facing today. we are losing our jobs, years ago, and washington is totally broken. hillary clinton and her kind have run our country into the ground. i've said some foolish things. but there's a big difference between the words and actions of other people. bill clinton has actually abused women and hillary has bullied, attacked, shamed, and intimidated his victims. we will discuss this more in the coming days. see you at the debate on sunday. >>
there you go.
mike coffman asked trump to drop out of the race. he has given no indication he would do that. asked trump mentioned you can watch that next debate sunday at 7:00 here on cbs4. new video shows two thieves with an elaborate plan to steal lottery tickets. a couple walked into a convenience store. the woman complains her soda is flat. the guy distracts the clerk while the woman steals a bunch of track to -- scratch tickets. repair hit at least 10 stores and cashed out nearly $700. last night the couple had again but the cops are keeping a close watch. they cut the woman but not her partner. after our first freeze, it is warming up again. should be a great weekend to get outside. >> a good weekend just for everybody. there's nothing going on at the whole western half of the united states. theirs are cold front, you see high-pressure holding on, this
down and tuesday is when it gets here. so that's the time we have to enjoy some great weather. take a look at the hurricane once again. winds over 105 miles an hour, moving north at 12, still a category two. eastside has the strongest winds. that's why the coast got a little break because the west side of the eye had less wins but strong winds, they grab the moisture and push it right on land and that's where you have very heavy rains going on right now. here is the path we are looking at, stays as a category one hurricane. and then it drops to a tropical storm. less than 65 miles an hour. ca the right as we take a look at all the models, remember how they went up along the coast and made a big loop down to the south? most of them are just having it wander out to the east and die off. only a few come back to the south. as we look at what we did today, 67 and 68 after starts of 32, so we had our first official frost of the season and it comes on the average day when we get our first official frost of the season. october 7. 69 and 40 are the
51 in malden, fort collins 63. 65 in evergreen. greeley 66. west of leader from the colorado gun club 68 degrees. 47 and 46 right now, south brees at 14. so still up there, steady barometer. elaine cunningham shows that the caller is not changing. it's right here in arvada. we also know purgatory resort is now making snow. here is breckenridge ski area. a good coating of snow up there. this was all gold week ago, steven johnson says but now it's all white. take a look at this incredible shot from larry pierce, the snowy flat tops and you see why they call them flat tops. as we take a look at lowe's tonight, 20s 30s over the eastern plains. temperatures in the 30s and 40s. nice mild day with 60s, 70s, 50s and 60s for the mountains, 60s to the mid-70s. here is your forecast for tonight, clear skies, lowe's
morning. tomorrow call for sunshine and low 70s, that's about perfect. if it's not how about sunday 75 degrees. look at columbus day at 78. 70 on tuesday there's the change couple scattered showers a bit cooler wednesday at 68 but we cleared out. right back to the 70s to near 80 degrees as we head toward next weekend. >> now that i know about the
bit more, took more reps in practice and like i said we'll continue to -- continue to see how he comes out of it. 48 hours here so we'll see how he is feeling tomorrow but took a lot more today so we'll see. >> i have a theory. maybe gary kubiak has kept us guessing and asking about trevor siemian so most of the focus this week is on that and less attention and pressure on the rookie. you know the first-round pick who could be making his first nfl start? but to me if he's not 100% why risk further injury? let him get ready for the charges on thursday. and let lynch make his first start at home against a not so hot falcons defense. he should be able to handle it. he has seen the former seventh round pick handle the pressure of replacing peyton. >> learned from the best with febrile there. he's always calm cool collective. i know when i went out there i
just try to have fun. >> last week paxton came in, and did a good job. didn't have no turnovers. we going to stay with what we got to do. be behind paxton. whoever starting. like we always been. try to go out and get another win. college football see you ranked for the first time since 2005 so cross that streak off the list. the buffs can and another bad streak tomorrow against usc. project team cu all time. a win would help improve -- help prove they deserve that ranking. >> honestly this is our first time being ranked. we got to prove that we are a ranked team. some teams just don't respect us but we got to make them believers. >> how many times has colorado played usc? how many times they beat them? zero. we have to earn our respect. the rams can still salvage a decent season. maybe a bowl game but also
still searching for an identity and for some leaders. >> there comes a time when you can't pat everybody on the back and say everything is going to be okay. i'm always a firm believer that the difference between a good and a great team is player lead over coach lead. we're not even a good football team right now. that burden falls on me as the head coach. college basketball and northern colorado announcing serious self-imposed imposed sanctions including no postseason this year and recruiting limitations. amid an investigation into alleged serious violations that cost bj held his job. nuggets preseason game number 2 against the lakers. emmanuel mudiay given go with nikola jokic. up and under, and one. nuggets starters looking utterly. mudiay sharing the ball, finds jusuf nurkic for the dunk and
lebron james cheering on his hometown indians today, cleveland leads 2-0 in the series. rockies fan, who do you root for? you could root for troy tulowitzki. "tulo" in the postseason for a second straight year. having a good series so far, early two run home run off darvish, the first of the four homers that toronto hit off darvish. the blue jays won 5-3 to take the lead over the a.l. top team as the series heads to toronto. you could root for the cubs. as they try to end their 108- year long curse. game one against the giants to win every other year, scoreless until the eighth. javier baez finally got a run on the board connecting off of johnny cueto. the only run in the game, this made bill murray very happy.
>> day. >> and i have two. take a look at this one from jacob padilla. adams county fog. a neat shot. and tom meyer's got this out at the beer festival. hurricane evacuation plan. this is my kind of plan. grab a beer, and then you run. i like that. >> several microbreweries from the hurricane as well. just happened to be in town for the beer fest. >> yeah. lucky them. thanks for watching cbs4 news. "the late show with stephen