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in castle rock's queen creek development. any idea what chemicals we're dealing with here? >> well jim that's really the million dollars question crews are not telling us right now. what chemicals were found in that house. so federal resources are being brought in right now and they're going to be determining what exactly was found in the home that's just around the corner here about 10 houses down the way. this all began around 8:00 this morning when castle rock police came to notify parents that night. while there, officers noticed a small box of unknown chemicals then brought in fire crews to check that out. fire then called in the bomb squad because the items that they found appeared volatile but the douglas county bomb squad said they needed more sophisticated equipment because other suspicious items were found in the home. so now the fbi is on the way as 30 homes in this area are
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the chemicals are benign. but out of an abundance of caution we have to assume that there's a certain area of danger that we need to move people out of to keep them safe. >> so that's the reason for the evacuations. >> we do know that investigators are talking to people who live in that home. it's unknown if there will be any charges at this point. police cannot say exactly wh those two kids were arrested for because they are juveniles but at this poeupbtd they don't believe that that case is any way related to the chemicals that were found inside this home. jeff todd is here and he will have the very latest tonight on cbs4 news at 10:00. reporting live in castle rock, kelly worthman. you can see the man right here pretty good picture of
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fish company that's located along hammond. they gave you the exclusive video of the thief in action. >> reporter: yeah, and this video karen is very, very clear. in fact, take a look at this. they even advertise on their front door that they have security on the property here. and it's very good security. but the owners say this thief was brazen enough to walk right through this door during business hours. >> so you see him case the back. looking at doors, going all the way to the north. kind of like he's plotting out his escape rout. >> reporter: this thief is caught on several cameras at the fresh fish company. even strolls past the host. co-owner karen parker says what you don't see on camera is a second door that the thief
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makes me feel angered. thank goodness none of my staff members or guests were injured. i want to catch this guy. >> parkers concerns now is for neighboring businesses. she wants them to be more secure tonight. live in denver, jennifer grace. now to an update on the search for a 13 -month-old boy believed to have been killed in wyoming. authorities postponed the planned search this morning at a colorado landfill. logan rogers is accused of killing that child. rogers told investigators a number of different stories. including that the child hit his head and died the next day. he also told investigators he wrapped the child in a
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the contents of that dumpster go to the landfill in galt. new information might change the search. the child was reported missing nearly 10 days ago. an 83-year-old woman has critical injuries after being run over by her own car. investigators say she may not have put it on park. a story you will see only on four. sounds like a freak accident. >> yeah it instead of putting the vehicle on park she somehow put it on neutral. she then got out of the car to try to get something out of the backseat. when she did that the car started rolling toward her and rolled over her. >> i thought it was a hit and run. it was something like a robbery. >> reporter: witness arlian hill is searching for answers after a bizarre accident in thorton that left an 83-year- old woman in critical condition.
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came toward 88th and devonshire. after it followed three ambulances. >> reporter: warren from texas pulled over at the store. devon's chevy impala starting drifting into the street. >> she gets out of the car to retrieve something, like a map. and the car starts rolling toward her. >> reporter: the car came >> after it was done pushing her. one of the vehicles tires rolled over her. >> reporter: video shows flashing lights as police and first responders raced to the scene. reed doesn't know why warren had come to colorado and as for the crash he says all signs point to a tragic accident. and another cruel lesson about driver safety and awareness. arlene hill agrees. >> that's sad, because you just
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>> judith warren is in the hospital, her daughter is coming from texas to join her. hillary clinton says quote there's no case here when asked about the fbi's new e-mail probe. >> while donald trump is repeating his message that clinton is not the victim the american people are. political specialist sean boyd you talked to donald trump and he calls this a bomb shell. >> he's keeping that flame lit throughout the investigation. an indication of how narrow his
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he's hoping that renewed investigation over hillary clinton's e-mails. >> how can hillary clinton manage this country when she can't even manage her e-mails. >> reporter: the fbi is reviewing 650,000 e-mails found on a laptop clinton's top aid shared with her estranged husband, former congressman anthony weiner who's under investigation for allegedly sexting a minor. >> i am sure they will reach the same conclusion they did for the last year. there is no case here. >> fbi director james comey notified congressional members of the new e-mail friday. the timing of the disclosure prompting accusations of trying to influence the election. >> an opinion that had no business being stated. he's a policeman he's not supposed to comment on the behavior of anybody.
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he would inform the congress if he continued the investigation. >> the clinton is ahead by three points while donald trump keeps his two point advantage in arizona. the cbs poll found 71% of likely voters say these new e- mails will not change their vote. >> still leaves 29% who it might change their we'll see. >> yeah, thanks. coming tomorrow chelsea clinton will rally for her mother. chelsea will be in aurora on tuesday . happening now, beware of spooky creatures when you're out on the road the next few hours. the kids are out trick or treating on the streets and the weather is anything but frightful.
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bundle up this halloween. >> not at all jim. i have the perfect place for you to bring you and your little ghost and goblins to trick or treat. look at this. 75degrees the current temperature here. we're at denver district six police headquarters. look at all the trick or treaters out here gathering their candy. the police department has put on a fantastic show both inside with a haunted hallway and here outside. you can see over here the mounted patrol is out. they have brought all kinds of their police vehicles from we have the low rider right here. and the denver sheriff department has brought their bus and turned it into a haunted halloween bus. they even have the mobile command center. just a fantastic place to be out here tonight. a safe environment to bring your little ghosts and goblins and trick or treat. the weather could not be better. ed green we know it's fantastic here in denver how is it looking ac.o. a -- looking across the rest of colorado.
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but that's going to change. a front is coming our way. what it does coming up. >> coming up, she was shot in the line of duty now a denver police officer changed -- shares her story for the first time of what she went through. and new research finds a skin patch may help kids with peanut allergies. and what honor the defensive coordinator is giving himself after taking a big hit on the that's coming up in sports. >> all new at 6:00, drivers along i70 could face up to two hours in delays tomorrow. i'm matt kroschel.
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,, ,, new developments now surrounding a denver police officer shot in the line of duty. rachel ide was wounded on duty.
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encountered gonzalez. the police department posted a interview with officer eid. >> we were looking at his eyes and quickly i looked down and saw, he has a gun in his right hand. >> shots fired. >> it was very clear that his intention was to kill me. >> reporter: police shot and killed gonzalez after a brie chase. the police department found that shooting was justified. researchers found a way to treat children with peanut allergies. >> decenttize them to the peanut allergy. train the body to react to a smaller amount of peanut
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a cure. sturgiss has been weary of peanuts as long as he can remember. >> if i swallow one little bit of peanut, i can swallow it and my throat will close up. >> reporter: every day he wore a tiny disk carrying increasing amounts of peanut protein. >> it looks good there's no redness. there's no swelling. >> now, after a year of actual clinical trials, researchers found that nearly half of those treated with the patch could eat before. >> 10 times more peanut actually for a lot of these patients is less than actually one peanut. so these are not kids who can go out and eat peanut butter and jelly sandwich. >> reporter: pediatric allergist says the treatment
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from an accidental exposure. researchers need to look at long time results to see if the patch is beneficial. >> children age 4 to 11 had the best reaction to the patch. children with 12 and older did not react as well to the patch. the force is alive on this a lot of characters from the famous franchise handed out goodies to the little ones. the exhibit star wars and the power of costume is about to open at the denver art museum. we have a link to tickets on cbs denver.com for you. certainly a great weather night to go trick or treating ned. >> a couple of showers over the northwest. that is all we're seeing right now. clouds here over the southeast. as we put this in motion for the hour by hour forecast you can see these showers just
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tomorrow. a couple of scattered showers. that's all we're going to see over the next several days. we'll roll this right into thursday. thursday at noon. you can see we have sunny skies over the eastern plains just a sprinkle over the southwest and that's it as far as the moisture goes. we have a red flag warning as you might expect. this one goes until 7:00 tonight for high fire danger. take a look at this. behind the front temperatures much cooler than they were this time yesterday with degrees in steam boat and craig respectively. ahead of this, we were warmer than we were. this cool air is coming our way and that's going to actually get us to seasonal. but guess what, it doesn't last very long. as we take a look. here's the front just about to drop through the denver area. we're under the influence of this warm front today. for the last several days it's been very warm around here with that southwesterly flow. now we go into a north westerly flow. not much moisture with it
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and into the southeast. let's go to lauren whitney. we know it's been a warm month. >> we're going to have having our fourth warmest october. very warm for us in 2016. and it is going to continue to be that way for the next several days. although we will cool off right away. take a look for october. some of those were knocking on the door of 90. only a couple of days below our average seasonal temperature. we have one 40-degree day. officially today we hit 79 degrees which was another record day for us here in denver. but just take a look at how warm it could be. we had a very warm month and it's going to continue to be a bit warm as we head into november. ed breaking a record tieing today what did we get.
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that's warming up. 71degrees. 79 downtown. 52 is the low. that's 20 degrees warmer than normal for this time of year. 10 is as cold as it's gotten on this day. 73 in alamosa. everybody well above normal as we are right now with 77 and 74. north breeze at 18. if you didn't get up early sunday morning you may have slept through the fog because it burned off as on. look at this fog over johnson reservoir. a very interesting picture. on a different morning nice shob from ron ruhoff. dramatic colorful colorado shot. 20s, 30s for the mountains. 20s and 30s out west. a little cooler. 50s, 60s, 70s in the eastern plains. mostly 60s out west.
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skies. tomorrow partly sunny with 69 and 68 for the high. not in the 80s not even in the 70s. look at wednesday, 60 degrees that's just about normal for this time of year. thursday we're at 69, 70 on friday. as we start to warm it back up again. we start the weekend with 66. staying dry. >> thanks ed. matt dushane says a new attitude is a reason why he's
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,, had to protect our colorado way of life. it's why i need a good team in the state senate. like rachel zenzinger, a former teacher who's fought for equal pay for equal work. daniel kagan championed property tax rebates to help seniors afford their utility bills. jenise may worked to cut taxes for 30,000 small businesses. and tom sullivan is a veteran who believes in an open and transparent government.
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and unfortunately, congressman coffman isn't, either. donald trump isn't for us. just listen. and as families struggle to make ends meet, coffman voted against equal pay for equal work 11 times. it gets worse. coffman said he would support donald trump for president. and that's all we really need to know.
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well gary kubiak was asked if wade phillips had a specific injury after he was hit in the sidelines yesterday during the game. gary said no he just got the heck knocked out of him. it was a scary scene yesterday but good news today as wade phillips was back to work. gary said he had to try to send wade away and send him home from work today but wade refused. now wade joked on twitter that he would get day award. sideline injuries have not been a new thing for wade. as they say in football, he will just have to keep his head on a swivel. >> there's a lot of guys down there that can't move. gunner is on punt team. you have to pay attention and boy he got caught pretty good.
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guess. >> certainly glad that wade is going to be okay. on a basketball note, the nuggets beginning on the road in toronto. tip off coming at 5:30. matthew shane had one goal in the first 11 games of the season last year. this year he says he's handle the pressure better has led to more success. >> when you face tough times it's fight or flight. i've been a fighter, maybe too much times. instead of going home and forget about it i dwell on it and dwell on it and dwell on it. so even in practice if i don't score i get frustrated and angry. i've gotten rid of that. so that's taken a lot of my shoulders. i feel thankful not to feel that way anymore.
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cowboys saturday night. head coach craig boles barely survived the crowd on the ,, ,, scott tipton -- our congressman? or is he a real-estate agent for big-money campaign contributors? tipton sponsored a bill to give away our public lands to his out-of-state donors.
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"a serious threat to the outdoor recreation industry and...thousands of jobs." gail schwartz will defend our public lands and won't put colorado's future up for sale. house majority pac is responsible
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efforts by attending the holiday mart november 11 through 14th at gate's field house. cool front comes through that will get us into the 60s. 60 by wednesday. about normal then we start to warm it up by the time we get to the weekend. >> still too dry.
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pot. thanks captioning sponsored by cbs >> pelley: mail call at the f.b.i. eight days before the election, agents begin searching hundreds of thousands of e-mails. >> that's the mother load. >> i think most people have h decided a long time ago what they think about all of this. >> pelley: also tonight, our we'll hear from voters in the battleground state ofl pennsylvania. >> a working-class man is going to be in extinction. >> pelley: armen keteyian of "60 minutes sports" finds the baylot sex abuse scandal is bigger than we knew. and the making of the presidents. >> i worked on roosevelt and lincoln. >> reporter: roosevelt and lincoln? >> yes. >> reporter: and roosevelt you worked where?

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