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tonight, fire crews head back into that castle rock home, contaminated with explosive chemicals. plus, an arsonist targets a trump supporter in denver. his sign and loan, torched. >> we felt like it was a message. and then the students shocked to learn their school has abruptly closed. >> i paid all the money i had for school and it's all gone now. a home condemned 24 hours after hazmat crews set off an explosive device near the backyard and now the fire department has returned to the home. jeff todd is covering the story since it broke yesterday. jeff, shaping up as a complex investigation.>> reporter: the firefighters were back out at this home to let the residence here actually get some of their belongings out of the house. hard to believe all of this
being arrested on an unrelated case that brought police to this house. the bomb squad, federal agents, and now neighbors had been evacuated, the residents of this home are not. about 50 residents came to hear the latest on the investigation.>> we are confident everything has been accounted for . >> reporter: many wanted to make sure it was safe to be back in their homes.>> there are no more explosives inside the home, however there are chemicals still left in the home . >> reporter: -->> reporter: glass speakers up to jugs of chemicals. >> they were illegally -- they were legally purchased but combined it becomes an issue. >> reporter: the home has been condemned and will be livable until the owners pay a company to remediate what is still inside. firefighters will have to be on hand anytime someone goes back in the house because it's just too dangerous.>> some of them are in open containers, close containers, half-empty, half-
>> reporter: the parents have been cooperating. the police chief says he believes the parents knew of the chemicals but didn't know the danger.>> my hope is that parents pay close attention to what their kids are dabbling in and learning about and requests for this that or the other. >> reporter: today, the da said he didn't think this case reached a high enough level to charge these teenagers as adults. the da also said that he believ different case and with those juvenile charges, he said that is really for remediation, not punishment. we do expect the teenagers to be charged on thursday. jeff todd, cbs 4 news. new at 10:00, the election is really heating up and not necessarily in a good way. a denver man says some of that his trump banner on fire. the fire and burning his fence and his yard.
homeowner, who is eager for whoever set this fire to get caught . >> reporter: he has got a new yard sign up. this one is promising a reward for any information that leads to the arsonist. the homeowner says he is not surprised this happened because both candidates in the election this year are extremely controversial and it's something that has been happening a lot around the country. when a yard sign goes up, >> reporter: john case was at home in a denver police officer told him his backyard was on fire. >> if the wind had been blowing the other way, there was a danger that houses could have gone up . >> reporter: the fire started at a trump campaign sign on his back fence. fire investigators say the fire is arson but no suspects have been identified. >> we felt like it was a message to us because whoever did it had to know we were home . >> reporter: political attacks at even the grassroots level
particularly ugly election cycle. a trump supporter in ohio was arrested after dumping a truckload of maneuver outside a democratic campaign office. a suspect was never found after a republican office was torched in north carolina and videos across the country have caught vandals setting fire to lawn signs. clinton signs across the neighborhood have been stolen. >> this isn't okay. i don't behavior . >> reporter: john case says he is posting a reward for anyone who leads him to the arsonist. >> it's disappointing because i think every american citizen has the right to express their views without fear of retaliation . >> reporter: case says with just a week left in the election, he is not planning on replacing the trump sign. he says he is worried it will put the neighborhood at more risk. stan bush cbs 4 news.
wisconsin tonight to encourage early voters to change their vote if they cast one for hillary clinton. you can do that in wisconsin but not here in colorado. once your voted is handed in and counted, it cannot be changed. hillary clinton is campaigning for her mother tonight in colorado. she will be in boulder tomorrow. mike pence also has stops scheduled. you can see the full list of visits at www.cbsdenver.com students and teachers are ou of patience. a popular for-profit college in denver suddenly shut down today. lauren dispirito caught up with some students at the heritage college campus. one told you she cried over the news . >> reporter: several students were very emotional. they even attended class here today but say they weren't given any indication about what was about to happen. now they're only official communication with the school
graduation, students at heritage college in denver suddenly have no idea whether they will receive the certificates they have earned and paid for. >> i was crying. i didn't know what to do. i'm a single mom. i put work aside to come to school . >> reporter: women studying to become aestheticians gathered on tuesday. >> i don't know what's going to happen. -go to school for over a year to have the rug pulled from underneath me . the college's doors stating "heritage does not have enough cash to keep operating." it cites declining enrollment as the reason for the closure. this teacher says she was told not to expect the full amount owed in her last paycheck. >> i don't understand how somebody could do that . >> reporter: another student paid her tuition in full upfront when she enrolled two weeks ago. no one indicated then at the school might shutdown.
had for school and it's all gone now. >> reporter: the note also indicates that the school is not just shut down in denver but has closed all campuses across the country. lauren dispirito cbs 4 news. we have an update on the murder investigation we have been following since the weekend. the body of eric solly miranda was found in a car in and and industrial area near 47th and kingston in denver. boyfriend, josi vallejo k no -- cano. a woman killed in a hit and run this weekend was a successful attorney. she was hit near 13th and broadway. karen morfitt joins us their live tonight and friends and coworkers are remembering her tonight.>> reporter: kerron, they say she was nothing short
witnesses say she was crossing the street here at this intersection when she was killed. the driver who hit her just took off. just before 2:00 on sunday morning, 28-year-old karina pulock, walking with her boyfriend near 13th and broadway, was hit by a hit and run driver. she died at the scene. >> it's just a very sad and tragic loss . >> reporter: she worked as an attorney here in denver. firm's managing partner she moved to california and had only recently moved to colorado to be closer to family. >> she was a lovely young woman. she had great intelligence, great poise. she was very well liked by everyone who worked with her. >> reporter: police say the suspect vehicle, a white pickup truck, was found within the hour a few blocks away. the suspect and anyone else who may have been inside were gone.
confident police will find those responsible, his hope is that the focus will be on the amazing young woman whose life was taken to soon. >> that is who is lost in that moment. not only was her life lost and ruined but a lot of other people's lives were affected. >> reporter: her boyfriend was also injured in the accident. police say he was taken to a nearby hospital with nonlife threatening injuries. as far as that vehicle goes, investigators say the truck they found was not stolen but they are still working to identify the driver. live in denver, karen morfitt cbs 4 news. at the latest on a photo hacking case we have been following for years. brandon berae from colorado springs was sentenced for selling access to other peoples photos. nearly 2,000,000 accounts on
used for blackmail. >> it has to be horrendous. it has to be terrible. i apologize to each and every one of them for what i helped facilitate with that software . >> reporter: he says he didn't realize what he was doing was illegal. he made about $50,000. news of a bad water main break in boulder. this is the guys are in the middle of the street. the pavement partially collapsed on aurora avenue near evans drives. no homes were damaged. after repairs, the water is back on and the pavement is repaired. it's finally snowing in the mountains. the mobile weather lab shows this shot of the eisenhower tunnel. chris spears is reporting from the end of the tunnel. the resorts are desperate for the stuff you are standing in . >> reporter: they are desperate for it and they are feeling a little hope tonight. it almost feels like we're standing inside a snow globe.
we have even seen the snowplows come by on i-70 but look at this video we shot earlier today, compliments of pilot and photojournalist bob mcclure. steady hands flying our drought -- our drones around the range. people are very excited to see that we may have some snow coming as we go into the month ahead. hopefully, our ski industry get off to a great start. all of our fingers are crossed. keystone is delaying their season for 4 november, planning to open november 11. we are 29.8 degrees, so definitely cold enough that the snow could stick on the roads. how long will it last and is it on the move? those answers and more coming up after this break with ed greene and lauren whitney. the intense ending to a weeklong manhunt for a killer.
think he was out for revenge. a collision between a school bus and a city bus leaves six dead. a woman gives birth in the car, so why did the hospital charge her $7000 for a delivery room? and when comcast customers will see some of the fastest internet speeds possible. are there already problems with the avalanche?
there are new details about the gun battle that ended in an eight day -- ended in a day manhunt. this was the law's final deadly encounter with killer michael vance. dash cam video shows the trooper driving and firing his rifle as he chased murderer michael vance sunday night. the police copter capture the chase from above, showing michael vance barreling through a checkpoint. he eventually got out shield. armed with an ak-47, he continued firing at police and tell he was shot and killed. michael vance was on the run longer than a week. he stabbed his aunt and uncle to death and later shot and wounded two police officers. he even taunted investigators on facebook during his time on the run.>> what's up y'all? letting you know this is real.
vance was out for revenge. he was accused of sexually assaulting a child. the relative thinks that's why michael vance snapped. the latest on a bus crash. this morning in baltimore maryland, investigators say a school bus rear-ended a car and bounced off a concrete pillar before slamming into a transit bus. no students were on that school bus driver died along with five people on the transit bus. investigators believe the bus driver may have had a medical that. denver city council will vote on a controversial topic this month. a proposal wants to require single stall restrooms to be gender-neutral. signs saying men or women would be gone. the goal would be to make restrooms more accessible and cut down on wait times for everyone. councilmember john clark says small businesses would benefit. >> is mrs. are required to assign men and women. a lot of businesses aren't doing that to better serve
toilet, anyone can go in. that is technically against the rules. >> it does not affect multi- stall bathrooms which would remain gender specific. a woman who gave birth to a hospital parking lot got billed for the delivery room she never used. this happened in boca raton, florida. the price tag thomas $7000. >> i knew i was responsible for $5000. i get it. i'm going to pay the delivery charge and i think that's a little outrageous.>> the hospital is not commenting right now. she says she will pay the bill even though it says the baby was delivered in her car prior to arrival. >> did they charge for the parking spot i wonder? this is a new video gamers have been waiting for. comcast announced it will start
service to residential customers next year. the superfast speeds will use the wiring most people already have in their homes. we saw snow and rain in the mountains and cooler air in the metro. >> let's take a look. you can see from parts of parke county to western boulder county, larimer county, they've got snow going on and we have a nice moisture flow over portions of the mountains. let's go to our hour by hour forecast. that's moisture is just not going to last long but we have a little moisture now. over the next couple of , mountains, lots of sunshine on the eastern plains. friday, look how much stronger the moisture flow gets into southern jefferson county. i think some of this begins to spill over the next couple of days into the 5-day forecast. i will show you that coming up. here is the cooler weather we had moving to denver. 79 degrees yesterday, 70 degrees today. cooler air behind and warmer air ahead with even some 90s showing up. here is the cool front over the
reinforce it over the eastern plains. let's go to the weather center where we find lauren whitney. no 70s for a while. >> it's going to feel like fall finally. a lot of people are excited. we had that cold front come through and this area of low pressure bringing moisture up through the air. we are going to dry out tomorrow but it's so nice to see that rain and snow in the high country and off to our west. i did have someone facebook message me to say th getting rain in boulder county. the past couple of days, sunday and monday we had upper 70s. yesterday, we tied a daily record high. today, 70 degrees. not a huge difference but we will take a cooldown. as we head toward wednesday, we are down to the low 60s. tomorrow, you feel like fall and then we warm up thursday to the mid-60s but it does look like we are going to have no record-breaking temperatures any time soon.
>> what we saw today was 70 degrees, 59 degrees is normal. even though it was cooler than yesterday, look at the lows, 40 degrees and 44 degrees this morning. 31 degrees should be this -- normal this time of year. nederland at 59 degrees, westminster 65 degrees. anyone degrees in southwest denver. aurora came in at 72 degrees. 54 degrees and 52 degrees with a wes reeves at 14 miles per hour and 43% humidity. a this is sunrise in pleasant valley. this is south of steamboat springs. take a look at this red-tailed hawk. take a look at this from dustin schaefer. loveland his back to the business of making snow. as we take a look at our lows tonight, mostly in the 30s and 40s over the eastern plains. 20s and thursdays -- 30s for the mountains. as laura said, you will see cooler weather tomorrow. 50s and 60s over the eastern
40s and 50s for the mountains. 50s and 60s out west. here is your denver forecast. for tonight, partly cloudy skies, 42 degrees and 40 degrees for the overnight lows. tomorrow, partly cloudy skies will be in the low 60s -- we will be in the low 60s and for the next several days, we keep it in the 60s. close to 70 degrees on saturday. move your clocks back saturday night. sunday 67 degrees with partly cloudy skies. monday could see a few scattered showers around here but then next week but temperatures will be in the 60s. >> snow at the tunnel was a good sign. wine, women and football are a few of our favorite things. the event raises money for the safe haven house that serves women and their children. broncos fans got to take pictures with their favorite broncos players and ask some burning questions. check out the photo gallery on cbs 4. great to see everyone
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the 2016 chicago cubs hoping to be the next team to accomplish the feat. leaving no doubt about this one from the start in cleveland tonight, kris bryant with a solo shot in the 1st. that's one way to silence the home crowd. the cubs take an early lead. no one has been more streaky van addison russell and the cubs got good addison tonight. bases loaded in the 3rd, a grand slam, that ties the world series record and there will be a game 7 tomorrow in cleveland. after being on the road for the majority of october, the avalanche has six of their seven games at home in the month of november beginning tonight against nashville. it would be great to get out to a great start. the predators scored first but the avs respond. the puck loose behind the net and ryan johansen, right place,
3rd period, didn't get much better for colorado. that pretty much sums it up. the avalanche had a closed door meeting just a games in. already trying to figure out what is going on. >> i'm not going into details but it was a productive meeting and we're going to come in with a new attitude tomorrow and reload because we don't have time to sit around and map around. we got to come to work but tonight has got to was embarrassing. >> chicago thursday. the first college football rankings were announced tonight. cu boulder checking in at number 15, the buffs getting ready to set -- play ucla. how about the return to dominance making a comeback? a throwback to the glory days. at 6-2, the buffs have every reason to feel good but they also know success comes with much responsibility. >> being ranked will give extra
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tonight century link do the fans want to beat the most? 58% saying the raiders. of course, the broncos are preparing for that matchup on sunday but that didn't prevent them from having some fun for halloween. trevor siemian appropriately dressed as where's waldo? then -- the guy next to him is shane ray impersonating freddy krueger. that's any fowler pulling off winnie the pooh and aqib talib willy wonka.
went as austin powers. von miller went as dexter -- doctor evil. maybe $7 million. >> those are awesome costumes. >> shane gray will fit in with the raiders fans in that getup.>> we will be right back. getup.>> we will be right back. for the news yo woman: after all donald trump has said and done... she ate like a pig... you can do anything. i moved on her like a b***h! ing. he's bragged about assaulting women, and he's the republican nominee for president! and congressman mike coffman said he didn't know if donald trump's a sexual predator. come on. look, we just can't vote for coffman or trump. house majority pac is responsible
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