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the forecast. good morning. >> good morning. certainly will be the coolest day this week. to put things into perspective, we'll still reach into the lower 60s this afternoon, which is above normal for november. it's just not going to be as warm as it has been recently. we just mentioned the snow. it is coming down in clear creek county, eagle county. we'll have your full forecast coming up. now let's get a check on traffic with joel. we're watching out to the eisenhower johnson tunnels, fresh snow roadways, causing chain and passenger restrictions in place. they're in place from eisenhower up to over vail pass. thanks a lot. breaking news out of iowa. a police sergeant in des moines says there is clearly danger for police officers right now after two officers were shot and killed in ambush style attacks as you slept. they were shot 20 minutes apart, only a few miles apart.
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both sitting in their patrol cars when they were shot. police in that area are on edge. they have yet to release any suspect information. they may not know. we are watching for all developments on this big story. moments ago we learned police in des moines are now pairing up their officers. nobody goes out alone. a popular for profit college shuts down leaving students upset about money wasted. signs at heritage college say the school is out our shawn chitness is live at the campus with the latest on chapped out there. good morning, shawn. >> reporter: britt, good morning. we can still see those notices up on the doors behind me here. for some students that was the only way they were going to find out the school was closing, and they are so upset they're planning to gather outside of the building in a few hours to voice their anger at what's happening. this notice coming out just as some students were in school
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graduate. this for profit school offers programs in health related jobs. the college says they're permanently closing their doors. the note says they don't have enough money to keep operating. students attending class yesterday morning had no idea about the plan to shut down later that day and they don't know if they'll get their certificates they've earned and paid for. even teachers say they were told only es were signs the school was running out of cash and couldn't afford basic school supplies. >> i'm really upset. i don't know what's going to happen. i didn't go to school over a year to have the rug pulled from underneath me like this. >> reporter: just one of the many students that is very upset, understandably by this. some of them spending as much as $16,000. we reached out to the school that has offices in denver, but
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country. live in denver, shawn chitness, cbs4 morning news. thanks a lot. with less than a week to go until the election the campaigns are putting the focus now on colorado. chelsea clintons spends another day in our state to boost support for her mother today. she'll visit a campaign office in boulder after spending time last night in aurora. for the republicans vice presidential candidate mike pence will be at a rally at the larimer county fairgrounds evening. today hillary clinton will be in arizona and nevada and trump will be in florida. >> reporter: hillary clinton capped a tour in florida pushing back at protestors. while trying to keep the focus on rival donald trump. >> he does not respected women. >> reporter: campaigning with former miss universe alicia
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out at him over his treatment of women. >> he has shown us who he is. let us on tuesday show him who we are. >> reporter: the democratic nominee has been targeting female voters as she tries to move past the fbi's renewed investigation into her e-mail scandal. president obama campaigned for clinton in ohio yesterday. >> has she made mistakes? of course, so have i. but she is a fundamentally good and decent person, who knows what she's doing outstanding president. >> hillary is not the victim. >> reporter: looking for a path to 270 electoral votes, trump has been heavily campaigning in traditionally democratic states. in wisconsin yesterday he had a message for early voters. >> wisconsin is one of several states where you can change your early ballot. you can change your vote to donald trump will make america great again. >> reporter: the trump campaign
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states. clinton's campaign countered with six figure ad buys in colorado, virginia, michigan and new mexico, insisting it's because they have money to burn. hena daniels, cbs news. if you're just now waking up, let's get a check on weather and traffic this wednesday morning. >> good morning to you, britt. good morning, everybody. doppler 4000 is showing some rain and snow in the colorado high country. i want to zoom in here to the i- 70 corridor. starting around idaho springs approach to the eisenhower and johnson tunnels, snow coming down. most of clear creek county is covered with snow now. little bit farther out to the west you can see that snow over parts of summit county as well. snow levels relatively high. around 9500 feet to 10,000 feet. it's only the higher elevations will see it. mountain towns will not see snow. arvada 44 now. greenwood village at 45. at the bus stop this morning, about 40 degrees. cooler than it was yesterday.
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let's get a check on the traffic, including i-70 in the mountains. here's joel. we're watching up into the high country and ashton, look at these pictures. low visibility. you have the tracks of the tires in that fallen snow from the eisenhower tunnel to vail pass. passenger traction restrictions in place. no restrictions along u.s. 6 over loveland pass, though. across the abandoned car in the eastbound direction of i-70 and sheridan. it's blocking off the shoulder, not causing delays. a pretty bad accident traveling along speer at 13th. that has closed off three lanes there. joel, thank you so much. you may have noticed social media is playing a big part in the election process. from people voicing their opinions to taking selfies when they probably shouldn't be. singer justin timberlake recently did something that
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this is the selfie justin timberlake now regrets. he took a picture to document his vote while back in his home state of tennessee. unfortunately, taking photos of video inside polling stations is illegal in tennessee and here in colorado. today a federal judge will hear arguments for and against these ballot selfies. the colorado law banning anyone from publishing their ballot choices has been on the books since it passed in 91 and violates citizens' rights of free speech. on october 20th, colorado's district attorney reminded people it's unlawful to send out the pights on speed -- pictures on social media.
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producers, it was easy. to repeatedly buy prescription drugs where they were not supposed to be sold. >> i was surprised. i've heard of incidents like this. >> reporter: where it's happening and what they're selling. >> if we need to stop selling that, i stop. >> watch brian's investigation, under the counter medicine, that's tonight on cbs4 at 10. find out why doctors are so concerned about what we found. denver now has new housing opportunities in the 5 neighborhood. it was the grand opening of more than 220 apartments on well ton street near park avenue. households at or below 60% of the area median income can qualify to live here. >> the hard work we've put into this neighborhood to have the catalyst be affordable housing, it sets the trajectory of what we want to see in this part of the city. >> developers say residents can park underneath the buildings,
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utilities in the cost of the rent. the light rail passes right in front of the apartment complex. we are going to game seven. tonight an epic night for baseball as the heart breaking cubs and disappointing indians will try to wrestle the world series crown away from decades of disappointment. one of these long suffering teams will be crowned champs tonight. last night the cubs' bats came alive in cleveland. >> 2-0. high flyball to le center. at the wall. grand slam! >> bye-bye. addison russell pounded that grand slam to put the cubs out of reach of the indians. he drove in six runs last night. cubs won 9-3 in game six. >> you kind of have to put it out all on the table. i wouldn't even say the luckiest will win. the people that come up in the big situations, the guys that make the routine plays, and the guys that make the spectacular
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difference makers. >> oh, boy. here we are, the cubs have not won a world series since 1908. the indians last won in 19 48. get this, standing room only tickets for tonight's game are going for as much as $2,000 on the secondary market. a new wrigley field tradition includes leaving writings on the wall for some cubs fans no longer with us. emotional messages for friends and family are being written in brick wall. one woman says the korean war kept her dad from playing with the cubs. she left a message for her father. >> the love and the energy coming from this building, it's not just the wall, it's the building. >> it's been really cool to see everyone pouring their love and emotion into the wall. >> that's so neat. the cubs played in the world series for the first time at wrigley, since 19 45 over the
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denver. fire leaves 13 people dead fire leaves 13 people dead at when i became governor, i knew we 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 and transparent government.
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for coffman or trump. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. 13 people are dead now after an afternoon fire in hanoi in vietnam. it started in an 8-story karaoke bar and spread quickly. firefighters tried to use ladder trucks to reach the upper floors. it took more than two hours
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urging a quick investigation to make sure that the club was safe. there are questions about fire procedures. korean state media outlet reported a guard said the fire started in a sign board and the staff could not put it out. some women who are trying to have a baby suffer from ptsd. a new study finds women may be at risk for ptsd following a miscarriage or a pregnancy where the baby grows outside of the womb an be terminated. british researchers say four out of 10 women in the study met the criteria for ptsd, including reexperiencing their pregnancy loss, nightmares, even flashbacks. new research finds not getting enough sleep may cause meme to eat more the next day. doctors looked at 11 previous studies and found sleep deprived people consumed an average of 385 extra calories the following day, much of it
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i know, i always turn for the chocolate. >> it's a backup. and there's plenty of chocolate around this week. ashton, still eating the kid's candy? my son is only 18 months old and i have to eat his candy. that's my excuse. we're looking live along i-70 at the eisenhower tunnel. yes, that is snow on the ground. a sight we have not seen very often so far this season. the snow will be limited to the higher peaks and passes in the mountains. here along the front range completely dry today. sunrise 7:30. 45 degrees over at elitch gardens this morning. it's 44 in brighton. 43 in lakewood. 44 in erie. pretty consistent with temperatures. we're about as chilly as we were yesterday morning. if you really notice the chill yesterday, you're going to notice it again today. these temperatures aren't bad for early november. we should be waking up to a temperature around 31. instead, that's where leadville is this morning. 31 degrees there.
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relatively small area of precipitation in the high country which is right there along the i-70 corridor. we could pick up an inch or two of snow above about 9500 feet. there's certainly not going to be a ton of snow in the mountains. this is not a major snowstorm. we should get a break from the precipitation later on in the high country. then it will likely pick back up. as cbs4 news at 5:00 tonight is starting, we should see snow along i-70 and towards vail pass. then tonight mostly clear skies. it will be a cold night to of year. we'll drop to around 36 degrees for tomorrow morning after a high of 60 today. it is our cool day of the week, because tomorrow afternoon we go back up to 68. friday 70. and for the weekend highs in the 60s, with a small chance for seeing rain on saturday. let's get a check on the traffic, including the latest on the chain controls. here's joel. we've got chain and passenger traction restrictions in place. this is why. this is the eisenhower and johnson tunnels.
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standing snow that's there. as it circulates to the other camera, if you're pulling off, yeah, it's a lot of snow out there. and that's why these chain and passenger traction restrictions are in place. couple of accidents. looks like the situation is improving. it is degrading a little bit from bailey to fair play. watch along 285 and from conifer you can see ice as well. across the denver metro area in town starting to see a little more volume as the morning mm down. southbound coming into town, speeds that are into the 60s. still seeing speeds into the 50s and 60s as you make your way both directions through commerce city. workers are struggling to reopen the colonial pipeline in alabama after a big explosion and fire. it moves fuel to millions of people in the south and parts of the east coast. our hena daniels shows us how monday's explosion is already backing driver -- impacting
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fuel shortage and a spike in gas prices is already settling in across the southeast. >> this is the second car i've filled up today. >> reporter: the deadly blast monday shut down a vital gas line that provides fuel to millions, strepping from the gulf coast to new england. colonial pipeline says while one of their two lines is up and running, the other could be shut down until the weekend. >> this could quickly become a weeks instead of several days and could be much worse than september. >> reporter: in september more than 250,000 gallons of gasoline leaked from the same pipeline. now many are gearing up for round two. >> people going crazy in line down the street. last time we didn't get a delivery for three days. people were fighting over here over gas. i hope it doesn't go that crazy. >> reporter: a piece of equipment hit the pipeline
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killing one worker and injuring several others. >> the governor of alabama has declared a state of emergency. it means it eases the limits on the number of hours gasoline truck drivers may drive. 8-year-old boy communicates with others in a very special way. lend a listening ear and meet our wednesday's child, marshawn. >> reporter: here at alti tunes music school, the teachers work with children by incorporating music therapy and that's what's happening now ? hello, marshawn ? everybody say hi marshawn ? >> reporter: guitar strumming and singing draws the enthusiasm from our wednesday's child. the notes fill the room and 8- year-old marshawn, overcome by joy, he dances while music teacher maureen plays a song just for him. ? hello, marshawn ? >> reporter: today we are getting a unique look at the
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reaches marshawn who is learning how to best embrace his autism. this practice is called neurological music therapy. >> using music to facilitate functional change. >> reporter: she says it can help people with speech and movement. >> with kiddos that have autism it's a great way to connect. it's a great way to get eye contact. it's a great way to really see their true inner beauty. >> reporter: from the drums to the violin, marshawn cannot only fi an impressive sense of rhythm. he communicates through music. and feels a special connection to the piano. >> watch this, marshawn. ? >> whoever his forever family is, this will be a great way for him to bond with that family. >> you can find out more about marshawn or any of the children looking for adoptive families. call the adoption exchange, you'll find the information at cbsdenver.com.
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festival kicks off. music is one of the themes this year. la la land is is the opening feature film. it stars emma stone and ryan gosling. music lovers will see much more. >> we have our annual mix tape section, which is music video, which we had a few years ago, which is very popular. we have great local music videos in that package. >> the denver film festival part of denver arts week. there are nearly 250 films and
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time5:54. if you look underneath the lights you'll see the snow coming down. not covering the roadway there at vail quite yet. over in summit county and especially into clear creek county, we have some snow coming down. snow level around 9500 feet or so. at least that's where the
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accumulation. meanwhile, for denver and the front range, we're going to keep it dry today. cooler, though. we're going to check your full forecast coming up. now let's get a check on the roads, including what the conditions are like along i-70 with joel. that includes chain and passenger traction restrictions in place due to the snowfall. eisenhower and johnson tunnels, that means lower visibility. another reminder make sure that your car is winter driving ready. not only are we conditions along i-70, but portions of 285 as well, it's looking like a tough drive from conifer almost to fair play. a new report reveals how malaysia flight was plunging out of control towards the ocean when it made its last satellite communication. this analysis comes from the australian transport safety bureau. it gives the clearest picture yet of the missing jet's final moments in march of 2014 as it
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minute. one expert says that report rules out theories that the pilot was flying the plane in its final moments. a kit kat thief got a break after he apparently took the candy bar from an unlocked car in kansas, and left a note for the owner. the man was only away from his car about 15 minutes. when he returned he holder. the thief left a note saying, i didn't take anything else, i'm sorry. i'm hungry. it's getting plenty of shares and likes and even a response from kit kat's twitter account. >> kit kat, they responded to me and got in touch with me and they're going to send me replacements. it's crazy how it all happened. >> robin says if you have candy in your car you should probably hide it. good advice there. >> or eat it.
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43 degrees in denver. still ahead on the cbs4 morning news, jamie is live. >> reporter: taking a selfie with your ballot could land you in jail. but this morning that law is being fought in court. we've got the details coming up on cbs4 morning news. big day this morning. less than a week from election day with candidates hitting colorado hard. the latest from the campaign trail is next. troubling breaking news out of iowa. two officers are killed in an ambush style at why ,, 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. over 30 colorado business leaders called tipton's plans, "a serious threat to the outdoor recreation industry
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just about 6:00. good morning, i'm alan gionet. >> i'm britt moreno. this is the news at 6:00.
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iowa. two officers sitting in their patrol cars are shot and killed in ambush style attacks. six days to go to the election. the fight for colorado is far from over. the campaign visits here today. plus, we are watching the radar this morning, because we have rain and snow in the mountains, especially along i- 70, once you get above idaho springs. plus a cooler day state-wide. your forecast is coming up. ashton, at that rain and mountain drive. thank you, joel. we go right to this breaking news. we have a deadly attack on police officers, this time it is happening in iowa. two officers are dead after an ambush style attack. police say one shooting happened early this morning when officers checked out a report of shots fired. they found an urbandale police department officer shot. police then found a des moines

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