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issue he told us he didn't find out until last week. ashley michaels has been following this and has this problem solvers updates. >> is important to know when a cop's leaders knew about the suspected child abuse because of the pastor knew about attended and reported, it could be a crime so we wanted to know when was the first time and a copy leader knew about these allegations. >> last week we aired a story alleging the head pastor at a copy bible church in this former associate pastor b pastor bob wyatt was accused of having sex with a 12 field churchgoer. he told us he didn't know even the police documents say he did. after it aired, ferguson wrote a memo to the congregation. in the mama we have obtained he said it a microphone conversation with a reporter from fox 31 when he answered her question about when the leadership knew i said it was when the arrest was made. i began my sentence with quote the other elders but that part was edited out. who we do have the edit for
want to show you the unedited version of that portion of the phone conversation. >> you are saying that us church leaders did not know that it was a sexual assault against a child. >> yeah. the lengthy i'm just now on the highway here and that's kind of the elders estimate that won the elders when the leadership of the church discovered that he was that it was sexual assault on a child that happened the day of the arrest that's when that came out. >> so yesterday? >> yes yesterday he could since ferguson is the head of agape church it was our understanding that when we asked when did us church leaders know, his answer was referring to himself to. the rest of ferguson's letter to the congregation this weekend goes on to support that. he wrote i knew she wanted to know when i found out and i had been advised by our lawyer not to discuss that in the press so
want to talk about rather than answer her question. ferguson apologized to his church for the misleading statement but still never answered the question when did he find out about the alleged abuse. >> bergeson sent us a separate statement over the weekend clarifying that he knew about the accusations of abuse before the other church leaders knew and that under colorado law he believed he was not legally obligated to report the crime. >> much more that story still to come. under arrest after a deadly shooting over the weekend. it happens sunday just before 7 p.m. near east randolph place place in chambers not far from rocky mount national wildlife refuge. investigators have not released information on the victim but they said this morning it is being treated as a homicide of the female suspect is in custody. a woman fights off an attacker on boulder campus. investigators say the victim told them she was walking along
yesterday when she noticed a man walking behind her. she says he put his arm around her, grabbed her shirt, pulled the right to the ground. the victim for him off and he ran toward mac. >> reporter: editorial. in boulder police cam coming up with cu for a heads-up traffic safety campaign heads-up traffic safety campaign. offices are stranded at five intersections a station that should save five intersections around town to find drivers cyclists and pedestrians who don't follow the rules so they can be sure people using crosswalks and people living across some them slow down and yield. >> pedestrians and cyclists involved. >> i can see you can see you doing that and that would at least enhance the individual's ability to avoid the accident and where hoping to long term reduce the number of fatalities. >> pedestrians and cyclists involved in eight build a pedestrian traffic accidents that result in. >> tv ghost did not want you to
>> up to question two minutes on the same question to defend tax increases on the wealthiest american secretary clinton secretary clinton. >> happened if healing by the end of this evening i went to be blamed for everything that's ever happened. >> why not? ps why not. just join the debate by saying more crazy things. now let me say that. >> there is nothing crazy about not letting our company companies bring their money back into this country. >> hillary clinton and donald trump squaring off at presidential debate tonight after months of campaign impart a convention's events give both candidates and an opportunity to make their case directly to the american people. they cut off copies of topic a few times has candidates went after each other. >> but this was all about you and tonight the candidate's message seemed to resonate with some of you. erika gonzalez kicks off our team coverage this half hour with their reaction began here in downtown denver where they normally play monday night
they are chose the other major matchup the presidential debates. people took an informal survey and in the room before it started. with an even split among clinton supporters trump supporters and those who were undecided. many of the view at your millennial's which are a key demographic in this election cycle. as far as moments at the loudest reaction here tonight there were merely moments of laughter over trumps one-liners no one seemed blown away by either candidate's performance. many people here seem to be standing by the candidates they've already decided they're voting for. >> i think it comes down to who actually provided we are real statements but what they're going to do how they're going to do it the logistics of how it's going to work as opposed to someone standing there and yelling about you know making things great. >> i saw him fall into a couple
i think you'll see a moderate rise in the polls because people probably wouldn't know anything about of that is a little nuts and i think he's proved people wrong one on that. >> i also spoke with a handful of people who said the only reason they were watching tonight was for the entertainment value and i must tell you the bar was hot at the beginning of the of the departed the beginning of the debate was up all the without all the way until the e more on how the candidates did tonight in terms of body language. >> i asked expert tracey brown about the debate and she saw a few things that might miss the untrained eye about how they want wanted the debate to go and even some of the topics that might make both candidates of little uneasy. >> writes from the start donald trump made it clear he was here debate the dominates the debate based on his entrance. >> you see her in her power suit and you see how badly he wants to control her and control the
>> the historic debate had a lot of facial expressions that were double standard that she will go election wants to jump in but he was being seen more than polite. >> what trump continued to do was make continue to do is make himself big he keep big moments and he makes himself bit vague. >> but cowher's a bit when it comes down to breaking down the details. >> he doesn't have the grasp of the minutia. >> hillary clinton's comfort level decreased when it came to talking about race. which that she's nervous about everything regarding race. i don't think there is a way to white people can win the race game that were playing right now >> and the e-mail scandal that plate plate or campaign shrugged up. >> we saw her shrug around the e-mail question which says there's still a lot of uncertainty about that for her. >> one thing trump didn't like was when clinton attacked him on any business topics. >> as helical one-sided snow from him like this.
to tell him something about business and he has quite a moral superiority about his business dealings and doesn't want to hear any current anything from her about it at all. >> as for when trump would release his taxes that was answered one simple head gesture. >> when trump to says no i will my taxes. you've got to believe the body first because the body doesn't fly so we are never going to see his taxes. >> tracy said in future debates clinton needs to jump in more not show so wanting to respond to trumps comments and trump's antics of the one thing she says made this debate somewhat exciting for her tonight. >> remember you can get complete coverage of tonight's debate at www.kdvr.com and on our mobile app. app at the app store you can download it. i'm just going to look squarely at the camera not tilt my head one way or the other. >> i might want i'm not going to shake my head either ever either way. tonight's new of the home
off its time that it takes property to sell and how frequently homes are viewed and found eight oh 233 is right number three in the country at eight oh 916 in colorado springs was ranked number four. one site says northglenn has high home fails because it has a normal larger than normal nasa r discovery in one of jupiter's moons. >> scientists say there might be plumes of water vapor eruption out of the isotope of jupiter's moon europa which means its oceans could be prone to that. he that is an amazing feature. also setting record straight by the way after a surge of social media posts after saying they change our astrological sign could. the agency did release a statement of couple of months to couple of months ago updating with a constellation alignments based on a the 13th constellation of the babylonians left out when they originally
do the math nasa studies as a strong astronomy not astrology and there's a big difference between the two. >> mrs. khalil cannot work for cleo cannot work for nasa medical pros endeavor who did on palmer best. and warm start tomorrow will have the bus for kids and we will head to rain chances in the pinpoint
bloomberg will towards investment came in at $36 million. it their decision comes as more and more grocery shoppers are straining the store and she had to hand deliver have the rivers like to their home. and independent bookstores do well again according to the association of american publishers but e-book sales they say are declining. however, sales ops by 30 plus percent in the first part of this year. >> listen to them all while you're driving. what is the best beer in colorado? panel of tasters has a very difficult job of determining that. the top grill in the state according to them that love it's crazily complex sour ale which is acidic and vinegar but with
apple sweetness. the restaurant like a beer snob? >> baker. >> it's impressive for what some consider to be the best state for near and and dear in the nation. best beer and the best state. always tonight. we where learning more about arnold palmer who shattered career who shattered records in his career but he only earned one here. >> it remains one of the greatest come-from-behind wins in golf history and we have more onha behind. >> the 16th united states open golf championship on the cherry hill close course and denver. >> it was a beautiful backdrop in one of the most beautiful rounds of golf ever played 1960 u.s. open. >> the final day is one of the most exciting ever in the u.s. open. >> thousands came out to watch including bob warren. >> i was 18 years old and i cured the campus for carried the campus for sports illustrated.
unthinkable that sunday 56 years ago he. >> he entered the final round seven strokes behind the leader but roared back to win his only u.s. open. >> everybody was caught up in the excitement and there he goes again. >> cherry hill's oldest living lamb as a wash lamp also watched it happen. 98 -year-old homer mcclintock mount olive lived next to the course. >> this is a home. >> he was also on the tournament's medical team. he said no one thought palmer had a shot to >> seven shots behind. but i followed him and then saw him make a series of birdies. seven birdies when all was said and done. the spectacular finish to give her place. >> the whole place erupted and palmer picked up his ball and twirled around and kind of ran around over there, took us his hat off and true threw it into the crowd. >> a fee to be remembered but these men say they will miss arnold palmer more for who he
>> he was so down to earth new paragraph and world is going to miss him. >> and even if you are not a golfer you need to stop by cherry hill someday and check out the memorabilia they have in the courthouse's driver his scorecard from that historic round are actually on actually on display here. a piece of golf history right here in colorado. >> am never going to drink a half iced tea half lemonade again. >> or i thought you're thought you are going never going to will never trick of the sleep of arnold palmer you should be asked of. >> he was a big big deal in golf. >> lets go to our resident golfer now an expert in his own right, dave david fraser. >> on the golf course and for a lot to you know what i like rome all but inevitable attire. with higher back then was so classy. here's ears denver here's denver here's colorado. we have a disturbance here and
our way. i will show you where you can see few shows a few shows few shows coming our way. temperatures today today across the rocky mountains pretty present. sixties and a lot of seventies out there. heat in los angeles 99 degrees for a high today that but we had a lot of seventies of the eastern plains in the mountains and points west sixties and seventies there. by now 55 downtown and at the airport. when the head of the south out of the south at 12 5017 food notices sent to notice the center of the opacity 3 degrees who would fill some temperatures. in the hunted 65 and a mix of thirties and fifties over the mountain so the rest of tonight is pretty quiet. watch the rest of the clock in motion. a little bit of the moisture bumps into the san juan mountains and way web where
they're going to bring more heat tomorrow with babies over the eastern half of the state. but while mister b in the southeast corner from pueblo down to lamarr and slightly warmer seventies and eighties as we look into the mountains. overnight tonight mainly starry skies over the city itself. we will start in the forties and fifties and head into the eighties in the afternoon with plenty of sunshine. start seminal them o they basically have cooler temperatures as we get down the road and the seven-day forecast in that finally tonight let's look at what is trending. the definition of up up close and personal of up close and personal has gone viral look at this interrupted. its ability it's a baby giraffe just falls in love with her. take a look.
those anchors a are dying laughing and now the video has gone viral. i would not of made it through that for four seconds. >> issue issues being dealt with any ideas. that's not the appropriate way to treat a reporter when you see them doing a live show. then there are five in and the broncos are one up in the nfl began beaten and a moving tribute to former marlins pitcher jos? fernandez details
bangle bengals to deliver good job of shutting down the broncos run game. that gave them simeon a lot of opportunities down the field and the last 21 pros and dominating the fourth quarter when his team needed it most. >> this week we get the ball. they could've possibly had to go back out there we came back from one week to the next stayed aggressive and got something done let me entertain you katrina and the show before they show before the game to teams and you will enter who will enter locking in protest over social injustice around the nfl
ingram, one of the organizers wanted that to be part of a sign of unity and falcons won the game. you leave enough for the marlins homered first at-bat since the passinof gordon bursting into tears marlins beat them tonight and isn't that is and that at least justice why omaha you ask? good team building a good place to concentrate on basketball.
development in place you want i firmly believe that we're going to be lumpy easy with best owners of the nba nba and we trust the process guys at that want to be here and that challenge should come championship >> it's just a matter of when the one inevitable attire. paul's been mentioned in full productions and they have the pack 12 have the pack 12 offensive player of the week. stephen montag was simply outstanding in his first ever college his first ever college
colorado host oregon state on saturday. as not just any when that's the best one in the last eight years it was a good one for them. more news coming up and we have a rundown of the debate coming up your 11 o'clock and don't forget good day colorado started my morning up for at 4:30 a.m. with all the latest on then a female party guest comes in to get her coat off the pile, not knowing that i'm underneath the pile, having me own party with vanessa-- ha-ha. and then the guest reaches for what she thinks is her umbrella... (both) but it wasn't. yeah, you already told me that one.
some new moves. anyway, you should leave. audrey's gonna be here any second, and i am surprising her with a luxurious getaway weekend. this place looks pretty expensive. what are you gonna do, drive by it on the way to motel 6? check out the last page. okay, here we go. all for $199 once you've enjoyed otherwise known as the jeff bingham special. yeah, yeah, that's right. jeff, one; system, nothing. dude, those salespeople are, like, crazy aggressive. at least, the guy that sold me my timeshare in gary, indiana was. so you gonna tell audrey? yeah. eventually.
oh, jeff. how nice, you bought me a garden gnome. i cherish our moments together. hey, baby, you've been working hard lately, and don't think i haven't noticed. god, ever since trish left, you know, i've had such a full plate-- hang on, i'm doing something here. check this out. you, me, this weekend. th the total power move. wow, this place looks nice. fine dining. you're welcome. full spa. my way of thanking you. pillow top beds. for your way of thanking me. why is the last page ripped out? i must have drooled on it when i saw the picture of the jazz brunch. all right. just tell me. tell you what? i don't want another vacation surprise. like when that bed and breakfast turned out to be your buddy's grandmother's house.
, she was. and she died. sunday night. we still had two good days. so what's the deal this time, huh? (jeff) all right, look, all you gotta do is sit through a little timeshare sales presentation. oh, okay. really? yeah, sure. i mean, we're young, we're just starting out. we don't have any money. that was 15 years ago. why do you always have to-- all right, let's not get into why i always do what i do. it's never productive. how about this, all the money that we save goes to spa treatments for you. oh, that's a given, but i still don't want to deal with those sales creeps. you won't have to. you know how i love doing battle with those guys. i'll just stare 'em down. like you do when girl scouts come to our door? they got a lot of nerve charging those prices.
on. it'll be a very special weekend. [sighs] okay. i'm in. beats staying here all weekend, watching you dig things out of your belly button. well, it's not like that's not coming with me. yeah, hi, this is jeff bingham. i'm calling to confirm the timeshare weekend. (man on phone) excellent, mr. bingham. and you should know we're having a special promotion. your weekend is free. free, you say. ? how many ways to say i love you ? ? how many ways to say that i'm not scared ? ? with you by my side ? ? there is no denying ?
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