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kelly will face a first degree murder kharpbl in the death of 23 year-old rus sell. a large gathering of her family met at the corner of east colfax. right in front of the air way motel. they held candles and prayed for a reduction of violence in the community. her mother was way too upset to asking for anyone with information to step forward. >> . if kelly is arrested we will face a first degree murder charge. anyone with information is asked to to call crime stoppers. >> . hundreds of lanterns were supposed to light up the night sky at the colorado national
plans. forcing that festival to cancel. and residents tell us they're relieved it happened. >> . why the event is causing concern for some neighbors. >> . tonight's cancellation leaves hundreds of people disappointed. you can see just a line of cars waiting to leave the speed way. this evening. but neighbors they are relieved. they don't have to clean up any mess tonight. >> . we were watching not knowing what it was. but it was beautiful. >> lauren and watched in awe saturday night. as they lit up the night sky. they looked stunning. until close to two hundred lanterns landed on her farmland. >> i was concerned. and angry. >> lauren and her husband chased after the debris. while also trying to calm the spooked animals. >> terrified. >> she says the lanterns must have traveled nearly five miles. to get to her backyard.
>> several of these were landing with the embers city still burning. >> . we contacted officials from the event. who tell us the lanterns never hit the grounds hot. several people who worked for the festival visited plain view farm. to help pick up the left over lanterns this morning. they say the clean up is protocol. and the event is designed to be a safe and fun atmosphere. lantern fest deeply values our and fire departments we work with. and work closely with the community departments. to ensure our event is safe. and sustainable. >> . it's just too dangerous. >> . strong winds force the event to cancel tonight. so neighbors can breathe a sigh of relief. >> i don't see why they are allowed to send fire into the
trying to sway undecided voters to vote clinton. >> having him come over will help a lot of people who aren't sure where to go. decide where they want to go in the long run. >> colorado is a good place to do that. because we're a swing state. that could make or break candidates chances of becoming president. >> if we do not get our act together. this country is going to slide into. where a handful of billionaires. >> . sanders rallied the crowd with his progressive platform. >> real change only takes place. when millions of people are prepared to stand up. and fight. for that change.
the lead. ahead of wednesday's final presidential debate. >> clinton has an eleven point lead in a new wall street journal poll. 48 percent. compared to trumps at 37 percent. >> . a new abc news poll has the lead within the margin of error. of 4 points. clinton leads with 47 points while trump trails with 43. >> . we mention both trump and clinton are facing off for the final presidential debate on you can watch it right here on fox. the debate starts at 7 p.m. we'll have the post reaction at nine. >> . happening tomorrow. ballots will be mailed out to all registered voters. this election. 24 hour ballot boxes will be open in some counties.
killed a man living upstairs. >> . facing an uncertain future. when the owner decided to rebuild. at the same location. >> today they finally open their doors. dave young caught up with folks for the reopening. he has the new details tonight. >> . they waited outside. then kpwot got to wait inside. what was going on back here behind the counter. >> bagels are the best. >> in the tradition of old new york deli. >> we're very particular. >> eve the water they use. mimics new york. >> we have heard about this place. from different people. and we're excited about it. >> besides the variety of in-house smoked fish and traditional jewish recipes. this is the star of the show. >> this is a real quality bagel. outside is crispy.
a lot of people have been waiting a long time. to get back in here. get the bay get fix. >> . we're real excited to see the smiling faces. >> they had to close may 2. because of an arson fire. set during the murder of a minnesota in an upstairs apartment. >> . if there's one silver lining in the terrible epbt. *efrpbt. he has given back to the community. and thought about expansion. >> . everyone told us it was worth the hour plus wait. >> . dave did not bring us back anything. >> we will never forgive him. >> . clean up -rpbd way in tkpwo*rpb. red kro helping residents affected by tornadoes and high winds there. >> . two tornadoes hit the oregon coast friday morning. and this weekend they experienced winds up to 80 miles
dealing with. now down power lines. broken trees. more than one hundred buildings damaged. >> . oregon wubt wupbtd the only state the remnants of a typhoon. washington also dealing with the after math tonight. take a look. >> some video of an experienced wind surfer. who had to be rescued from the waters. so far the good news, we're not hearing any injuries from the storm. in the pacific northwest. >> . that system is moving in land. so what does that >> high pressure that is over us right now. deflecting all that rain. cloud cover. unset settled weather. away from us. but. what it can't protect us from will be the winds. that will really start to amplify. tonight. and into the day tomorrow. there's the big ridge. actually been the catalyst for the sunshine. the beautiful and very warm weather. that we have been experiencing as of late. there's the rainfall. lashing the pacific coast.
watch what happens in the afternoon. all those colors begin to spread out. wind gusts up and down i 25. 20, 30. even some instances 40 miles per hour. that will be the case across the plains too. and when you combine those type of wind gusts. with very dry air. that we're expecting. wild fire danger. amplifies. now relative humidity levels at this point because we're cooling down. aren't that bad. earlier today we were in the teens. and i think we return there. once the temperatures start to spike early tomorrow morning. once again. so we'll be dry. and it will be windy. wild fire danger will be a concern. plus we have wind advisories. and high wind warnings. out for parts of the high country. above the timber line tomorrow. >> wind gusts as high as 80 miles per hour. hard to believe.
degrees. well in the rearview mirror this afternoon the the record is 89. it was a very summer like almost july like day out there. here in mid october. temperatures outside now certainly a lot cooler. low mid 50s. in most spots. still 60s 70s hanging on. grand junction still hanging onto right now. we'll drop down to the upper 40s low 50s tonight. skies are clear now. we'llkeep them that way. into tomorrow mornings drive. in the eastern plains. but take a look at future cast. that storm system that is over the pacific northwest. that southern fringe may throw down a rain drop or snow flake. here in the north central mountains. early tomorrow afternoon. i think it's brief. if it does come by. at all.
temperatures a touch warmer than what we saw earlier this afternoon. 78 degrees for the high. tomorrow. upper 70s low 80s east. 50s 60s in the mountains. near 80 around the city. with the high o officially 78 degrees. 50 tonight. partly cloudy. from here a pair of cold fronts expected today move through. that will happen tomorrow evening. after we hit the high of 78 degrees. the second front will arrive tuesday. so front one monday night front two tuesday night. and take a look what it does for us. it drops us all the way into the of 60s by tuesday. and upper 50s on wednesday.
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no word on when it might reopen. it's tieing up traffic northbound. >> one of the viewers headed up to school. heading northbound on i 25. and spotted this huge fire. and took the picture out of her car. >> . back up already forming. try to avoid that area if you can. stkpwr aside from the fire danger. it was perfect weather for the rock and roll marathon serie here in the mile high. >> . live lands. cheering people. high energy. volunteers lining up to cheer on the runners. >> this was year was a bit different. this year it was shortened to a half marathon. which started at civic center park. also a ten k race. for us not as. to have that endurance. the series started in 98.
over a century of colorado weather. took its toll. so a little facelift is in order. >> . it certainly needs a new coat of to freshen it up. but also we're working on the structure itself. it needs to be maintained. >> . that's where guys like him come in. carrying a tune while he carries out his mission of making what is old, look new. >> . the make over is just a part of
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