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tonight, presidential campaign going into the night. >> we build bridges not walls. >> i will fight for you and i will win for you. >> the race comes down to a handful of states. colorado playing a key role. >> i think it say wild card in colorado. trump or clinton of the eve of our country's most anticipated election ever. >> tomorrow, the world is watching. they are burning the midnight oil. both now minutes away from starting their final rallies of the night. >> trump had a total of 5 stops today. ted nugent just finished warming up the crowd for trump. and here is a live look from raleigh, north carolina. where lady gaga will join clinton. this follows a star-studded
>> reporter: an estimated 30,000 people turned out for clinton event in philadelphia. bruce springstein, jon bon jovi, hillary clinton, chelsea clinton, bill clinton. >> this mother, this grandmother, this patriot, our next president of the united states of america hillary clinton. >> reporter: clinton got support from the crowd when she talked about how campaign has gotten. >> i regret, deeply, how angry the tone of the campaign became. >> it's not your fault. [ laughter ] >> trump told supporters he did not node famous surrogates he had his family and runningmate, pence with him during this stop in new hampshire. >> the next president of the united states of america donald
person, trump received a letter from belchek and a call from brady. >> he called today and he said donald, i support you, you are my friend, i voted for you. >> reporter: the campaign stretched throughout the night here in colorado as well. >> final push for presidential and state races. stan bush at trump's he in long days and nights. >> reporter: on both sides. they are rafping out their get out and vote operations tomorrow like you have not seen before. colorado could come down to the wire. for republicans, they will be working on momentum, democrats will be working on organization. >> reporter: al gore's message was obvious in a swing state, a single vote can change a country. >> you can say this election means the world because in a
>> reporter: clinton's campaign tapped gore to address climate change a subject that never came up on the national stage. at every level, dem accurates and republicans have been divided. >> this is a generational election. that is why the republican ticket must win. >> reporter: republicans have returned more ballots in colorado so far and senate nominee, tkpwhrep, hopes voters -- glen hopes he has not gotten out there. >> the media's in when you start thinking about the modia it is supposed to be an objective body. we -- media it is supposed to be an objective body. we seen them push a certain way. >> reporter: the gop thought it was an easy win. the national party shifted to other races. polls shown glen trailing from the beginning. on the eve of the election.
colorado to swing blue again. >> this stage here is what i want to say. i think everybody should vote. >> reporter: this senate race could determine which party controls the senate. this state, though. presidential race. there are several scenarios showing colorado the clincher to the votes. we are live tonight in denver, back to you. nothank you, stan. there are 13 states to watch tomorrow. political specialist shows us what to watch and why colorado could be >> reporter: on the eve of the election. those 13 states are battlegrounds. map favors clinton. florida is important. iftrump does not win it is over. if he is able to get two midwestern states the race hinges on smaller states including colorado. 43 million people have already voted. there are some swing states. michigan, pennsylvania,
where most voting happens tomorrow. early voting is tough to read this election since traditional voting patterns do not soepl to,a i ply. you have republican leaning women going for clinton and working class democrats voting for trump. like everything else about this election the end, too, is unpredictable. at least it is near. back to you. >> our election night coverage begins at 4:00 p.m. at 5:00, national coverage begins with night. then join us for cbs news at 10:00. this is the news on a surgical technician whose crime shocked the metro area. rocky allen sentenced today to 6 years in federal prison for stealing syringes full of painkillers. his actions put thousands at risk of disease. tonight, we go to swedish medical center where he worked.
he was infected? >> reporter: exactly, jim. he says 6 1/2 years was just not enough. that is because here at swedish allen was caught swapping hem that put all of the patients at risk. >> after multiple back surgeries. scott patser was ready to put his time at the center behind him. >> you get home and you think you are through all of it and then the shoe drops, right? you get the letter from swedish to come in and be pass today. >> ins patients put at risk for hiv, hepb and c by former surgical technician, allen. allen who is hiv positive was arrested in yen and later admitted to stealing syringes full of painkillers from operating rooms. no evidence anyone was infected he will spend 6.5 years in prison. >> i do have compassion for him obviously he has an issue he
deal with. he should of done it in a different way. he was fired for similar issues from at least five other hospitals across the country. well he would of liked to see him spend more time behind bars, his arrest does shed light on a bigger issue. >> there nodes to be better back -- there needs to be better background checking so these people can not move from one state to another and one facility on another and do today, rocky allen told the court he was truly sorry even apologized to his former employee, swedish medical. we are live tonight, back to you. >> the city of aurora will pay $2.6 million to the family of a man shot ask killed by the police. that is the biggest settlement it in history. now, they did not have a weapon had he died in march of 2015. since that shooting the police
they encloud a compliance division that tracks use of force boy officers and more body cameras and expanding a force review board that investigates allegations of wrongdoing. the officer that shot him was not criminally charged. developing tonight, a small town with a big dilemma. investigators say a local postal worker stole thousands of pieces of mail. the mail carrier worked in steriling that is 130 miles northeast of 10 ver. goto where residents learned what is next. >> reporter: this particular mail carrier was responsible for routes across town. people in one neighborhood but all over sterile degree not receive letters and packages from more than 1 1/2 years. poem like it this business owner who says she did not get the time sheets that her employees mailed in if. >> he was a nice kid. i loved talking with him. i was this in shock that it happened here.
federal authorities charged with not delivering, more than 26,000 pieces mail in his care from 2014 until april of this year when they arrested him. at a meeting for sterling residents the postal service first learned the carrier may have been holding on to people's mail. then a search revolved thousands of pieces that should have been delivered had been statued in his apartment and car. now, starting this week and for the firs investigation began, that mail will be returned to the intended recipients and a prosecutor seeks restitution for anyone who suffered late fees on missed bills or checks not received. >> it was very frustrating for all of us. my employees his to go out of their way. drive another two hours to get time sheets fast. so, they are the ones that suffered. >> all of that mail is evidence. so, typic low prosecutors would hold on to it.
make an exception and start the return tomorrow. the suspect, adams, now, he is out on bond. in sterling, back to you. developing in colorado springs, the search for a man who set an suv on fire with two people inside who suffered burns. witnesses saw the man pour gasoline on the vehicle and start it on fire. they are looking for him. the deputies found the victims as they domestic disturbance involving him and his wife. they have not said it she is one ever the burn victims. developing tonight, cbs uncovered another case of voter fraud. now the issue has the governor's attention. >> people call themselves patriots and they break election laws. coming up, why she was turning in ballots under her dead father. cleaning up under a powerful earthquake in
brian moss reporting on these cases and his dying to devote series. reports us live with the newest case. karen, coming the night before the election. in this case a women whose father died she continued to cast ballots in her dead father's fame. >> tony did it twice. first in 2013 general election and then again this past june in the republican prim after her father's death. >> she was trying to get the government attention. >> reporter: she tried to get her father removed from the rules after his death. >> she is embarrassed. she understands the seriousness of had her actions.
prosecutors filed 2 forge row charges against her. she is the latest on forgery charges against her. she is the latest on this charge. >> reporter: donald trump asserted the election is rigged with widespread voter fraud. >> we have a system that is absolutely rigged. >> like a lot of what trump says of -- both of the candidates have a lot of anger. >> reporter: now, half a dozen dead voters cbs-4 uncovered election officials say they are a fraction of the total votes cast. >> it is a small number comparatively. for us it is a high number. >> reporter: the director says with so many safe guards and
difficult to game the system. >> we continue to do what we do best. run the a fair in an accurate election. >> reporter: they are interested in talking to this woman. our investigation reveals after her mother and pather died multiple votes were cast for her dead parents months and years after they passed. >> we are working on a story about voter fraud. >> go talk to somebody else. >> you can clear it up right now. >> i don't have to clear anything up. >> this is our country. people call themselves patriots and break election laws. i feel like -- like what is the world coming to. >> reporter: advising later this month we found that she previously registered as a democrat but most recently she was registered as a republican. we are live in denver, brian moss, cbs 4 news.
day security. newyork security officials say 5,000 police officers will be assigned to patrol the big apple. some in uniform and others in plain clothes. the security plan includes counterterrorism. the watch parties are surrounded by security. this had comes after throats from al-qaida and isis to disrupt american elections. >> we are following a developing story in oklahoma where geologist recorded one of the stt the 5.0 quake shook the town and heavily damaged the historic buildings. the calls are shaking, the ceiling are moving. >> oklahoma went from having a few quakes every year to 900 last year. some experts blame the inacross on fracking which can trigger deep faults under ground. right out of the movie
night passengers got a scare when a snake came out of the bin and came into the cabin. the plane was given priority landing in mexico city. workers recaptured the reptile. now the airline investigating trying to figure out who brought it in. >> who! now, the mountain pass usually closes because of . ski season is delayed. loveland plans to open on thursday, keystone november 11th and winter park on the 16th and copper mountain november 18th. >> they would love to get the real deal up there. >> we told you we canceled snow this year. >> no. not really. they don't want on hear that, either. we have the moisture. it gave us 5 inches of snow. 3-6 we expected over the state. that is all moved out to the east right now. they have showers. even a couple of thunderstorms
all over colorado. nothing but clear skies around here. as i put the hour by hour in motion. running 10:00 tonight until this time tomorrow and watch. you don't see anything happening and the low cloud along the border. that is it. 10:00. and, again, border onboarder. high and dry. the temperatures across the nation. nobody hot. nobody cool. 50s and 60s to the forth. 70s getting to midsections. down a long the south. new orleans brownsville, phoenix and vegas. we have 80s as well. as we take a look. little cold front just dipped over eastern colorado. we are only a few degrees colder than we were yesterday. but still much warmer than normal. and,a all of this high pressure. all of this dry weather. all of the sun hine around here. let's go tpwaobg the colorado weather center. we are trying as far as we can to figure out a way to stay mild and dry.
this area of high pressure. this big bridge building up for the middle part of the week. wednesday, fully in control over the west. the jet stream far to the north this time of the year. way, way up to the north. high pressure sticks with us for the rest of the week. it turns into a pattern heading into the weekend. does not change the game too much. high pressure is a rebuild heading towards next week as well. the next several days, 12 days, 2 weeks could be on the driveway side for us. not good news for us. the drought is st inacross across the state. moderate drought covering the not hillsa all of the way out to the eastern plains now and down south denver. including high parts of the country. they are in that dry range. hills all of the way out to the eastern plain now and down south denver. including highway parts of the country row. they are in that dry range. now, chilly temperatures, taking a look at the southeastern sections of the
into wednesday. not tonight, tomorrow night. freeze watch over colorado. yes, chilly this tomorrow night. 64 is what we had today. 36, 38, 56 and 28 normal. 78 and 10 the records for today. from the weather watchers, 59 in lafayette. now, westminster, 65 and 65 degrees in brush right now. we are at 46 and 42. south 12 49% humidity. a rising barometer. we will see it written in the snow on the snow cat. opening day, november 10th. look at this. that is what we were talking about earlier. now, going wide open and dry on sunday. now, a pretty, pretty shot from pamela. this is tonight. temperatures in the 30s to 40
east. 50 to around 60 out west. the temperatures mostly in the 60s. here is your denver forecast. tonight, clear skies with the temperatures in the lower to middle 30s. tomorrow it, seeing another nice day. lots of sunshine. middle 60s. should be 58 for this time of the year for a high. 71 on thursday. 76. 68 on saturday. here we go again. 60s it fo
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managers the padres for seasons including 2010. now, you may of heard the rockies are not turning out award winners left and right. having a manager that was a former pitcher did into the moan they will have one in the future -- mean they will have one in the future but it can not hurt. >> i see the game through the pitcher's eyes. i was a pitcher. i see the game that way. so i think it is -- it is natural for, you know, me to
with a pitcher about mechanics or mind set that might aid young pitching, might aid in general aid pitching. >> another day and another townity for us to talk about how bad the broncos offense is. the broncos had the worst running game of the season. leading to the third loss of the year. plenty of blame to go around. blame the line. they are bad all season. blaming the running backs, does not help that anderson is there. blame the coaching staff. after being balanced. running the ball 12 times last night. that is not enough. >> you got to run the ball earlier. you know, 13, 14, rushing attempts. the running back, you know, we want to run the ball more. we want the ball in our hands we are original playmakers of the offense. you know, but i think had he does a good job when he gets the ball in his hands.
>> reporter: we can blame the quarterbacks, too, why not. a national pastime where things go wrong. now, who would you like to see start at quarterback on sunday? 75% of you sticking with the incumbent. seuplion. seuplion. was he safe -- but, h i'm michael bennet, and i approve this message. narrator: what do you really know
about darryl glenn, the fringe republican candidate for senate? sn't believe in climate change. he's for eliminating the department of education. and glenn wants to outlaw abortion even in cases of rape and incest. reporter: glenn says if he's fortunate enough to go to capitol hill, he has no interest in working across the aisle. darryl glenn: i'm running against democrats. i'm running against evil. narrator: darryl glenn is wrong for colorado. woman: after all donald trump has said and done... she ate like a pig... you can do anything.
woman: trump's just so disgusting and degrading. 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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