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how that mistake can even happen. it's a follow up to a problem solvers story. we told you about monday. >> . what can happen and the thing to do to keep your hard earned money in the bank. >> challengers in auror received several complaints about credit card charges that don't match receipts. the owner said it's an honest mistake. that can happen at any restaurant in town. >> . open nearly nine years. challengers his aurora restaurant is a busy spot. >> on a typical weeknight. it's maybe 125 to 150 charges. >> . with business he says mistakes are going to happen. we try to take care of the problem. >> several times in the past
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didn't match their receipt. >> . i had a 20 dollar bill. >> she called the problem solvers this week. after her 20 dollar bill. and 3 dollar tip. nearly doubled on her credit card statement. >> earlier this week. she told problem solvers the same thing. >> . capitol one sent the e-mail. saying this is a heads up. did you mean to leave this generous tip. >> khapbger says it's not as it looks. >> this can happen. >> it's an issue in the point of sale system. >> we don't do separate checks. >> and can happen when the table splits the check. but the server forgets to over ride the system. >> . he says he rights the wrongs. keys was already issued a refund.
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and locked it up. i call her back the same day. and wrote her a check for the 20 dollars. >> . now everyone we spoke with says when splitting a check it's best to just use cash. something like this can't happen. it makes it easier on both you and the server involved. >> . lesson learned. >> . continuing coverage. on a social media post. from a clown that threatened violence at some schools. we know a 15 year-old north ridge student has been arrested. and facing criminal charges. the school district sent a letter to parents student has taken responsibility. for the so called clown threat. and has been raoufed from the school. removed from the school.
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>> looks like families of those killed in the 9/11 attacks will be legally allowed to sue saudi arabia. the senate and house both voted today to over ride president obama veto. of the bill. first time in obama presidency that one of his vetoes was over turned. >> . he vetoed the bill saying could lead to lawsuits again united states. through the actions of diplomats and military service members. >> . saudi arabia government denied any role in the attacks. >> . >> federal agencies were set to run out of money at midnight on friday. this measure funds the government. at least through december 9. the house is expected to approve that bill later today. >> . colorado senators.
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expressing condolences today for the passing of israels leader. who died this morning. after a massive stroke earlier this month. >> . former u.s. ambassador. now dean of international studies. at du. says he had a lifelong commitment to finding peaceful solutions. >> . he was 93 years old. >> another deadly police shooting sparking protest in southern california. onlooker posted live video of the incident. 30 year-old sister says she called 911. an hour before police arrived because her brother was mentally ill. officers say he was acting
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one pointed a taser. another a gun. >> the male rapidly drew an object from -fpt front pants pocket. placed both hands together. and extended it towards the officer. taking what appeared to be a shooting stance. >> witnesses say he pleaded with police not to shoot. family members say he was a father. and restaurant cook. who came to california from a camp in ewe gone tka police did not find a weapon at the scene. >> >> route 66 rest stop in missouri. now the site of a new green energy experiment. the start up is developing solar
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and the nearby sidewalk. each panel made of especially formlated tempered glass. they feature lights that could replace street signs and stay warm enough they don't need to be plowed during the winter. >> . it is a special evening.
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hunger prevention organization. tonight. is launching the single largest food waste reduction campaign. in the city history. >> our goal is see 70 thousand residents pledge to reduce food waste. right now 40 percent of food is wasted in the united states. meanwhile. one out of five children will go to bed hungry tonight. this shouldn't be. >> >> shop when you go to the store. go with a shopping list. stkp eat and eatier left overs. >> . eat your left overs. visit metro you can pledge to reduce food waste locally. >> . again a place you can donate
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washington is broken. a blatant case of special interests buying influence in washington. a draft bill by scott tipton
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thousands of recreation industry jobs. gail schwartz will protect colorado's public lands, jobs, and our rural way of life. gail schwartz -- independent leadership for colorado. house majority pac is responsible
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1965 an 18 year-old wanted nothing more than to join the u.s. navy. he was turned away for medical reasons. >> now he's saying thank you to those who served. by giving them a special hand crafted gift. >> . more from fort collins. >> . since he was a young man.
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states navy. >> i wanted to be on an aircraft carryier. >> he tried to enlist. but was rejected because of a foot condition. >> i was devastated. they didn't allow me to join the service. >> . now retired. farmer found a way to serve. members in the military that is. his way. of saying thank you. >> . using domestic and exotic my favorite the bull pen. no background check required. >> . all handmade. from the scratch. beautiful instruments of writing. >> about an hour. to get it all taken care of. then. farmer gives them to the men and women. who served and are serving. no charge. >> . they make a sacrifice for you. i took a little bit of my time. for them. they're going to remember it.
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so far over 850 pens have been crafted by farmer. and given away to vets. >> . they say the pen is mightier than the sword. >> . it's also a mighty way. to say thank you. >> now get this. you'll be able to bike all the way from denver. to just west of glenwood
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comfortable. with coverage and what he's seeing. who i need to look off. those type of things i need to do. >> . great on honor to doubt. but it's a testament to ha we do as an offense and team. >> . impressive hardware for the 24 year-old. 3 starts under his belt. the named the offensive player of the week. >> . also a ridiculously good quarter back rating of 132. in that game. mark the first time for trevor siemian to win the award. joining 7 other broncos quarter backs since that award began in 84. >> . now 3 and 0 pwropb broncos back to work today. putting in the game plan for sunday road contest at tampa.
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describe the mood at prabgty today. >> . we were there and have more. >> . the broncos are getting ready for another week of pretty muggy conditions -fpl during game time. the forecast in tampa bay is 90 degrees with a 60 percent chance of rain. these guys are used to it. >> . so i'm trying to get them fresh and ready to go again. >> .
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by sunday. >> . we're two and 0 practicing like this. so it's not hurting us. >> . a number of the players practiced in sweatshirt. to get ready for the heat. >> . good idea. elsewhere. we reported this last night. houston did in fact today place 3 time defensive player of the i don't ever jj watt on the injured reserve list. after he reinjured his back last thursday. a but he posted today quote. i'll be back. knowing that guy i wouldn't put it past him.
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he didn't quite know how to answer. what was going on. finally. tim tebow time. baseball style. first pitch. here he is. number 15 for the portland mets. there it is. first pitch. and this ball is. are you kidding me. it's gone. >> . wow. >> . center field. a home run. >> . good thing. like a disney movie. in the works now.
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i first met mike on a fundraising event to help the hunger in ethiopia. i was an aurora scholar this year. at his birthday party. mike is a very nice guy. he's a really nice guy. he can do 62 pushups. mike is a great friend to the ethiopian community. mike's not like other politicians. he's not like other republicans. i think he's better. mike's one of us. he's one of us. mike coffman es uno de nosotros. mike is one of us. i'm mike coffman,
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>> we start with a picture of a fall wonder land. out there in telluride. taken from our friend on the western slope. look at the beautiful shot. of the trail. running through the golden colors. plenty of colors popping out there. in the higher terrain. over the last few weeks. in the peek of it now. get up and soak it in. it was a beautiful day to do so. again today. as we go for the mountains now. into the metro. certainly a lovely with blue skies and sunshine. temperatures did well this afternoon. thanks to that sun. nice flow from west southwest. numbers climb nearly ten degrees above average today. 82. for the high. now we're late september. average highs around 73. we bested that by quite a few. upper 70s low 80s. a little warmer. by a few degrees in the southeast corner. pueblo to lamar. 85 to 87 degrees range. 70s and 80s. upper elevations too.
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continues to be a nice evening. steam boat at 77 degrees. right now. >> not a whoet hrol happening. not a whole lot happening. a few tkrots of green. we have light rain. it's brief early this morning. that's actually well above average. morning lows this time of year: we get into the afternoon. i think a very similar day. is on tap for us. around the city. we're looking at sunshine. maybe a couple clouds through the late day. and over all temperature. right on poor with what we saw earlier today.
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the mountains. we see some rain showers. develop. maybe a few thunder storms. and actually could be widespread. could see quite a few heavy downpours coming through. especially through the late afternoon. early evening. and towards sunset. in the mountain communities. >> . big ridge of high pressure in control. >> closer to the rockies here. once we head into monday evening. by the time we get through tuesday. we start to see a big shift. numbers will start to dip. back down into the 60s. for highs. even below average. for this time of the year. in the mean type. we're above average again tomorrow. 82 the high. downtown 81. fort collins.
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another day in the 70s in the mountains -fpls low 80s on the western slope. >> . closer to the metro area. 78 tomorrow afternoon. for your high. beautiful day to get outside. and maybe for the after work hike. 77 in golden. 79 arpbdz little ton. and the kids have practice on the east side of town. >> looking gorgeous there. highs around 80 degrees. 51 over night tonight. it's already a hreult -l breezy in some spots. we'll hold onto the winds. throughout the over night hours. and tomorrow. ki early.
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rao*eufs. >> . arrives. >> . welcome to khro*. colorado weather. >> . the driver who hit and killed a colorado state patrol ka cadet. will spend the rest of his life behind bars. that verdict today from the jury. in the murder trial. 21 year-old cadet was working crash scene in longmont. when he drove through during a high speed chase and killed him. >> . they say the driver won't be ticketed. the boy is expected to recover. >> . two children and a teacher. shot on the elementary school playground. in south carolina. police say the gunman is a teenager. who also shot and killed his father. 47 year-old was found dead two miles from the school. that was at a home in town. the suspect is in custody. all 3 victims from the school
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the kids shot just 6 kwraoefrs years 0e8d. >> . the kids shot just 6 years old. >> . in one door - a member of congress. out another - a high-paid lobbyist. 131 former members of congress are now lobbyists in washington, dc. it's just considered business as usual. i consider it wrong. that's why i'm fighting for a new law to permanently ban former members of congress
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