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thank you. cbs news has learned about a potential terror threat for monday ahead of election day. sources say u.s. intelligence has alerted joint terrorism task forces that al-qaida could be planning attacks in new york, texas and virginia, all possible targets. although, no specific locations were mentioned. the sources stress the intelligence is still being assessed and its credibility has not yet been confirmed. but counterterrorism officials were alerted to the of an abundance of caution. more than 1.4 million votes in colorado. the campaigns are hitting our state again. it is a sign colorado is yet again a key battleground state. jamie leary live at the capitol this morning with a closer look. >> reporter: good morning, alan. if you had any doubt that colorado is a crucial swing state, this jam packed schedule
both have a busy three stop tour in colorado today. bill clinton campaigning for his wife this morning in pueblo, followed by afternoon events in denver and fort collins. for carson, he'll make his first stop in colorado springs today, and then he's headed to castle rock, ending the day in aurora. both are zeroing in on colorado hoping to sway young and undecided voters. the rush for the last minute face time comes as the most recent tightening. a university of denver poll released wednesday showed clinton and trump in a dead heat. also taking part in a last- minute campaign stop senator bernie sanders. he'll be in colorado saturday, starting his campaign tour off with a visit in colorado springs, followed by a visit in aurora stumping for hillary clinton. of course, the obvious differences aside, both will be pushing to sway those undecided
jamie, thank you so much. a new cbs news poll out yesterday shows hillary clinton leading donald trump nationally by just 3 points. the candidates are looking to rally last-minute support. our hena daniels has the latest on the campaign trail. >> we are standing against the possibility of returning and normalizing discrimination. >> reporter: hillary clinton courted voters in the crucial st night. alongside former rival, bernie sanders. >> we're voting for the most powerful leader in the entire world. >> reporter: sing producer ferrell williams provided star power as the race between clinton and donald trump tightens. >> this election is just too important. i couldn't sit on the sidelines and be quiet. >> reporter: clinton used her
florida. >> all the progress we've made goes out the window if we don't win. >> reporter: donald trump got a boost from his wife. >> we must find better ways to honor and support the basic goodness of our children, especially in social media. >> reporter: while trump's daughter ivanka was in new hampshire, trump >> hillary thought nothing of putting classified information on her illegal server, which our enemies now have hacked. >> reporter: despite the push by both candidates, a cbs news new york times poll find 92% of voters have already made up their minds. hena daniels, cbs news. >> trump and clinton both campaign in pennsylvania and ohio today, where the races are
news, beyonce will join her husband at a get out the vote event in cleveland tonight. a gang shootout erupted leaving one man dead back in late july, there was a hip-hop concert in lodo. the slow promoter warned denver police there were many gang members at the show. lieutenant ron mcdaniel got the warning, but sent the entire gang unit early anyway. after the show, violence erupted with hundreds of shots fired. galen armstrong died in the gunfire. in correspondence obtained by cbs4 by the department of public safety, it said the death might not have happened had there been a visible police presence. >> he's acknowledged his mistake, he's been disciplined and we're going to move on. >> the lieutenant was penalized six days pay.
the weekend. weather and traffic every 10 minutes. >> you know, britt, some of us have been thinking about the weekend long before now. 42 degrees the temperature in denver. sun will be up at 7:32. remember the time change happens this week. next week the sun will be up an hour earlier. mitch and sandy our weather watchers in arvada reporting 40 degrees in morning. ed teem in alamosa, it's 30 there. here's the plan for today. by 9:00 a.m., 49. when the sun comes up, we long. by noon 65. a high temperature of 71. that is about 15 degrees above normal. and today will be our 15th day in a row with above normal temperatures, both highs and lows. let's get a check on the traffic. rollover accident c-470 west of bowles, the northbound direction, it's what they call westbound. between ken caryl and bowles.
this is at c-470 and bowles. single car rollover accident. that will slow folks down as we get a few more cars on the roadways. i-70, i-25, speeds in the 70s. nine minutes from thornton to denver right now. this is the cbs4 mousetrap cam. southbound along i-25 as you approach i-70, that's starting to load up. a lot of headlights. nothing that will slow you down too bad. the one other accident we're following, mississippi and pierce in lakewood. joel, thank you a woman missing since august is found alive in south carolina and we are learning she was being held captive. now police say they may have a serial killer on their hands. 30-year-old kayla brown and her 32-year-old boyfriend, charlie carver were reported missing august 31. police in south carolina got a tip and came to a property where they heard a loud banging
container. that's when they found brown. >> it was pretty emotional to say the least, when she was found, especially when she was chained like a dog. she had a chain around her neck. >> police are now searching the property because brown told them there could be more bodies on the property. her boyfriend is still missing. 45-year-old todd coalhappen is now in police custody and facing several charges. priceless items from fallen soldiers could be gone forever. only on 4, our high speed chase and the damage it's caused for a veterans organization. >> happened in the middle of the night and we didn't realize it. >> reporter: bernadette borrego's truck looked a lot like this one before it was stolen. >> it's sentimental to us. >> reporter: the truck was full of items belonging to boot 66. >> we had boots in the truck
military personnel that were killed in iraq or afghanistan that the family had donated to us and those are priceless. >> reporter: this is a recent ceremony boots 66 had to honor lance corporal brandon pearson who died four years ago in afghanistan. it's not known where the memorabilia are, because the truck they were in is still being held as evidence. >> it killed us to lose our truck, but it killed more that the possessions he had in there. there's pictures of fallen heros in there. >> reporter: luke batts and brandon mcintosh are believed to have stolen the truck and picked it apart. >> it's the stuff from the families that they gave of their fallen family members
reporting. the owners of the stolen truck say it will be nearly till next week before they know about whether anything is recovered from that truck. regardless, boots 66 told us the group lost a lot and they could use some help. we have ways for you to help them at cbsdenver.com. here we go, cubbies fans, live look this morning in chicago, as people are getting ready for the parade route. look at them, they're already out there. fans are going to gather later in grant park to that has been 108 years in the making. maybe some of those people have been out there since 1908, i don't know. we're told the park is a soggy mess from the rain as we're looking at an intersection here. i can't quite tell what street that is from here. can you read that sign? >> hard to see from here. >> sheffield street. oh, there we are. madison and sheffield right there in chicago. what a great intersection
parade today. rain, little potential for that. but chicagoans, cubby fans, they'll be going wild. it kicks off at around 10:00 our time. that puts those people now about five hours out from the start. >> they have a lot of coffee out there i'm sure. it will be fun for thousands as they get to watch the parade and the big rally. young and old are ready to get this party started. >> i never thought it happen in my lifetime. >> missing school? >> he's missing school. no school for you. >> the parade will travel along michigan avenue and then along columbus drive. the motorcade will end up at grant park for the rally. >> if you're at madison and sheffield, you're in the spot. 41 degrees this morning in denver. >> young girl learning big lessons in a unique classroom. how it's helping her regain her
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he taught him to play at the age of 3 and he also composes music. he hopes to play one day with his idols. >> when i sit down at the piano and i start play, i feel really excited. really happy. >> this is the definition of prodigy. he is not just great with music, he also speaks three languages. >> so amazing. i could listen day. weather and traffic every 10 minutes on the 4s. good morning to you, britt. hi, alan. happy friday, everybody. 44 degrees in denver as we get this final day of the week, finally under way. 28 in limon. 32 in salida and 33 in steamboat. chilly just about everywhere. jackets certainly in order. this afternoon will be pleasant. will be a fantastic friday. upper 60s, low 70s. that's in the plans for today for everybody here along the
degrees warmer than we were yesterday. most mountain towns will top out in the 50s or lower 60s later on. cloud cover moving in from the south all because of this storm system here between phoenix and albuquerque. it will move into southern colorado starting later today. obviously the southern part of the state will have the biggest impact from this storm. winter weather advisory for the san juan mountains, high country locations, telluride, lake city, durango, 3 to 6 inches of feet. that does include red mountain pass near ouray, could be weather-related travel problems there. elsewhere in the high country, not going to be much in terms of accumulation. the mountains as far north as i- 4 corridor could see snow tonight. the biggest impact will be in the san juans. a lot of rain for cortez,
tomorrow, but most will stay south of monument hill. today looks terrific. high 71 with sunshine. sunday 70 and we move the clocks back one hour coming up sunday morning. let's check in with joel. traffic alert we're following. live pictures coming in from our cdot camera. c-470 and bowles. in the westbound direction, which is really northbound coming across the hog back there. the left lanes are blocked off. also it looks like an rv that has crashed right into the median there. you're just getting by on the far right side. looks like it's to the west of bowles. tipsy's liquor world there, and c-470, you'll have to stay along the right shoulder. light volumes now, so it's not causing delays.
develop. mississippi and pierce an accident. nice and wide open. a great drive along i-270, i-76 and southbound coming into town where we have speeds into the 60s right now as you make your way from 120th out to i-70. just an 8-minute drive now. thank you, joel. the thursday night game in boulder had plenty of high profile people in the stands. we even saw a familiar face. someone and we're not sure who, was in the stands wi costume. oh, yes. it is so popular now. we know one person in our studio today who lit up social media for this very same costume. >> let's get right to the heart of this big question. also, it just happens to be raiders week for the broncos and this could be a meaningful matchup, for first place in the acl west. >> raiders week, haven't had to say that in some time.
good morning. >> good morning. it's been a long time, actually for the first time since many of the current broncos' players were in grade school, broncos and raiders rivalry, it's actually a rivalry again. the raiders are 6-2 for the first time since 2001. the teams are tied for first place in the afc west, as the broncos are about to begin a stretch where four of their next five games are on the road. both teams have done good in this game should come down to who best manages the things they have not done so well. coach kubiak says the offense has to be a lot better. he says the run game has been nonexistent in the win over the chargers. when the broncos can't run, they can't protect quarterback
run defense and have allowed 125 rushing yards per game. as a result, the raiders have been outgameed in four of their six wins. but they still got the wins. when it game is over the rushing stats may tell the stories. my x factor is demarcus ware. le played 26 games after a fractured forearm and did he show how much tougher it is to handle the broncos defense he's on the field. teams can't continue to gang up on von miller now that ware is back in the lineup. derek carr through for 513 yards last sunday in the raiders' win over the buccaneers. that's really rare. it was only the 20th 500-yard passing game in league history. the broncos will have faced five quarterbacks on that list
there's breeze, ryan, rivers and of course tom brady. first place is on the line. >> i get all that. who was in the stands at the cu game, was that you? >> it was not me. everyone loves a dinosaur i realize. makes people laugh. >> you got more attention on the dinosaur than anything else. >> my mom's friends in london gave her a call and said, your daughter is in the newspaper. made it to london. >> let's get to think here that you can say that the broncos and raiders are both tied, but i don't think the raiders have played teams that have been as tough as the broncos have played. >> alan, i think you made a good point. the raiders have beenout gameed in four of their six wins. i talked to a writer from the san francisco area yesterday, and they said they've been lucky. most penalized team in the
jack del rio used to be the defensive coordinator for the broncos. he wants to show his team can win, he's head coach of the raiders now. >> it's a small world in the football world, isn't it? romi, thank you so much. >> thanks, guys. >> you can later more from romi coming up monday on cbs4 mornings and weekdays 3 to 6 on denver sports 760. we'll be back.
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stopping. still you'll need the jackets. 41. it's november, after all. we have to expect that. with the weather we've had recently, sometimes you have to wonder. let's get a check on the traffic, here's joel. good morning. unfortunately we have a traffic alert. this is c-470 and bowles. of course, they just zoomed in the camera and turn it as we're going to air. you see the flashing lites. the cameras reset on a timer and looks like they do that at about 5:55. westbound ct the hill we're seeing delays. left lane is blocked off. a truck hauling a camper and jackknifed and it's in the median. thank you. a local school is helping a family learn life changing lessons. they got into a terrible accident driving home from back to school night in august. here at childrens hospital colorado children are set free and forget they're on the mend. they learn more than science and english. kids like 10-year-old marissa
body. an 83-year-old man t-boned her and her mom and brother as they were on their way back from the event. marissa took the brunt of the impact. >> she broke almost every bone from her neck up. the team here absolutely saved her. >> this school is incredible. we've heard marissa is now home and happy. hospital teachers need more teachers and resources, though. you can learn how to help at cbsdenver.com. tonight dozens of art galleries across open for first friday as part of denver arts week. 40 west is an emerging art district. it's along west colfax avenue and lakewood. there are 20 galleries and studios there. five of the galleries will be open tonight for first friday. live music, live art demonstrations, plus 10% discount on works of art. for more first friday events you can go to the links and
will be a big night in arts week. thanks for waking up with us. 41 degrees in denver. >> here's what's happening ahead at 6:00. jamie. >> reporter: both parties vying for last-minute campaign stops, or face time in colorado, jam packed events. we have details coming up on cbs4 morning news. also, the horrifying story of a woman found alive chained inside a container like a dog, li carolina. what we're learning about the two months she was held captive and what about other missing people, next. a man is accused of selling puppies too young to be separated from their mom in westminster. this morning that man is on the run. who you need to be on the lookout for coming up. also ahead at 6:00, most americans turn back the clocks this weekend. it's great for a little extra sleep, but it could be bad for
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is wrong for colorado. good morning, everyone. happy friday. i'm britt moreno. >> i'm alan gionet. this is the news at 6:00 a.m. >> four days and counting until the election. the final push for votes in colorado. police in south carolina find woman alive chained up inside a metal container. the investigation is not over, far from it. the fears about others. plus it's a beautiful start to this friday. chilly, but clear skies. sun will be up in 90 minutes. once the sun comes up, we'll enjoy a lot of sunshine today. we'll talk about the weekend coming up. accident blocking parts of c-470. we'll tell you what happened