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and denver tech center. northeast plains we're seeing chilly 30s. like in sterling. and out toward the fort morgan area. castle rock at 35. we have 20s. already showing up over towards the west and foothills. there have been a few clouds out there. the trend once we get passed midnight. will be from clearing skies. wake up with sunshine. we go through the lunch hour. not much will change. the afternoon will look like today. maybe one or two clouds around that's it. >> . wider view across the state. clear the sky. storsy cooler air. lifts way from us. leaving us with sunshine. through your thursday. under clear skies tonight. a little bit of a problem. look at the cold teens. in the mountains. and look at the temperatures here oeufr the eastern plains. including denver. that will go below freezing. right here. up and down i 25. northeast plains. to the southern border. that is a freeze warning. for the rest of tonight. until 8 tomorrow. this is a frost advisory. for the far eastern plains. bottom line.
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>> for the third presidential debate. students were invited to come together. and have their own debate about the issues they find important. >> i agree with hilary. pro-choice. but i have views that i agree with trump. >> a few snickers and rolling of the eyes. but for the most part. students were fully engaged. >> . both made some strong points. >>
as for the one thing they all agreed on. watching this debate. has appeal for more than just hearing the issues. >> . most of them are interested because it's fun to watch. because we're a young generation. and we like i don't know interesting stuff. >> . about a year ago, 30 ethiopians were killed by isis.
a look. >> . news room had a counter out the stopwatch out tonight. we were watching it all. some of the phoepls you might see on saturday night live. who knows. the fact there was no handshake at the beginning. clear this election has been brutal. in fact they didn't even meet at the center of the stage. it didn't take long to start interrupting. and contradicting each other. lest let's take a look at the time break down. clinton spoke longer. for the for about 4 is 41 minutes. trufrpb trump about 35 minutes. trump interrupted a lot more. of course unscientific. but we counted around 12 interruptions by clinton. about 31 by trump. here are a few of the buzz words from the debate. trump used the wordy sa*ser ten times. disaster ten times. used the word tremendous 8 times. and we heard the word rigged five times. mostly used by clinton. when referencing what trump has been saying.
poll. just a few momentsing moments ago. saying they believe clinton won the debate. in the end who knows. >> . another viral moment. >> twitter picked up a phrase. trending hash tag. >> . easily confusing. >> . coming up tonight at eleven. on our sister station. colorado's own channel two. we'll take a closer look at trump refusing to say he'll accept election results. and why the phrase nasty woman
that is a male nurse convicted of raping a coworkers and speaking with the problem solvers. why his arrest didn't force him to immediately lose his license. >> . the state admits his nursing license should have been suspended when he was arrested in january 2015. >> that's not what happened. >> . >> his license wasn't suspended until the day after the problem solvers e-mail state officials. that was more than a year and a half after the c and after finally convicted. so how did he fall through the cracks. easy. >> . we were not allowed to record audio of the sentencing. but the 38 year-old told us plenty a few weeks earlier. about his conviction. for raping a coworker. >> .
says there was nothing con sen consensual. >> . he now accepts the jurors verdict in august. even though he claims he thought the sex was consensual. >> . did you quit your as well. >> once he was air arrested. he was supposed to report himself. which maintains his license. >> . okay. so perhaps no surprise that he didn't report himself to the state. but his bosses here at the nursing center were also
here's the crazy thing. under colorado law there's no enforcement mechanism. if the employer refuses to follow state law. if they don't follow reporting requirements. there's no punishment. >> . do you think bad apples. >> . representative sponsors house bill eleven 60. a law passed last year. that now requires fingerprinting and background checks for surgical techs. she was motivated after rocky allen was fired from swedish medical. for stealing from the operating room. now dora plans to ask law lawmakers in the next session. for the ability to perform similar back ground checks on nurses. >> . we should move to something to that effect. only to protect innocent people. >> it wasn't until the problem solvers contacted her in august. that a day later the state nursing held
19 months after his arrest. the order reads. >> . is raping a c >> . people make mistakes -fplts in life. >> . cherry creek eug tphoeured our a(eug ignored our attempts. >> it wants to create a system to regulate. when a nurse or doctor is arrested for a crime. so it doesn't have to rely on a tv news reporter or self-reporting. or a healthcare professional has gotten in trouble. >> .
now using the robot. emits uv light to quickly destroy bacteria. viruses phoeltd and other pathogens. in places where traditional bleach wipes might not reach. >> . type of uv. and the power that's being put out. by this. is such that in five minutes we can sterilize the table top. or the top of the bed or the phone receiver. or the computer etc. >> . ro robots are 20 times more effective than standard cleaning 20 to one hundred percent. >> . 7 of the hottest country music acts in denver last night. for the st. jude jam. concert sold out in minutes. we're told it was the fastest in the history of the grizzly rose. >> . >> raise money for st. jude.
wait more than 12 hours if bags. >> happening today. i 25 expanding in northern colorado. one step closer to happening. if you look at the map. the added lane from johns town to fort collins. new details where the much needed project begins. >> . this is the worst stretch. >> . love land native. there's nothing like grid gridlock on i 25. to fuel his tprus tpraeugs. >> . nonstop. >> . someone with a flat tire and the whole thing is backed up. >> . same for bob. >> accidents are happening left and right. too many people for two lane roads going each way. need to widen it. >> now roadway relief is on the way. for the over loaded two lane highway. from fort collins. to johns town. >> a project critical to the region. >> c-dot says commitment from
dollars. combined with ten million for neighboring towns. 25 million to snag matching federal funds to build a third tolled lane in each direction. of the interstate. which ford says worked wonders. in other parts of colorado. >> in fact in some instances we have seen travel times improve from 20 to 50 percent. not just for the people who choose to use the toll express lane. also for people who are traveling in the free general purpose lane. >> . some drivers say they welcome anything t but others question if paying to drive faster. is fair. >> i protest against that. because where's my tax money going to. >> an option. >> project will also replace 4 aging bridges and widen additional bridges. construction starts in about a year and a half.
years after that. >> . now finishing up the design work. that will soon be hiring a contractor. >> . happening tonight. expect 30 minute delays on rtd iowa a line trains will operate on track. for both east and westbound service. at 38 and blake. colorado. and central park station. until two o'clock this morning. >> . skiers and snow borders. a basin will open for the season. this friday. tonight. of them making snow. they have a lot out there too. skiers and snow borders can access the high noon trail. starting at nine a.m. on friday. tickets on sale right now. go to their web site. or buy them at the resort. 76 dollars for a full day pass.
aurora at 40. we have other 30s out there. like in akron. and sterling. and fort morgan. ben net is at 38. as you'll see in a sec. below freezing in a the hrof places tonight. there's departing storm system. by midnight. most of the clouds are gone. sunshine early tomorrow. passed the lunch hour. nothing changes. a good looking sunny thursday. is coming your way.
for denver the front range. northeast colorado. the same will be true for southeast colorado. southwest colorado. and northwest colorado. the clock rolls through. just a lot of sunshine. under clear skies tonight. perfect ingredient. to escape and space. and the temperatures to crash. like swao into the teens and a lot of mountain locations. which will help love land and a basin continue to run the snow guns. 30s a few 40s here to the east. and southeast. i have denver below freezing. we he warnings. we have another one coming tonight. in this light blue area. until eight o'clock tomorrow morning. couple days down to 32. we haven't gone below freezing. tonight is the night we do that. also on the eastern plains. in the this darker blue shade. a frost advisory. a highs tomorrow bounce back. with all the sunshine. phrez pleasant day -fpt once again a lot of 6
uniform across the state. metro denver temperatures tomorrow. should range from the upper 50s to low 60s in the foothills. 64 golden. 63 wheat ridge. a lot of mid 60s from brighton. towards staple ton and the city itself. wake up tomorrow. sunshine. temperature at 30 degrees. 62 degrees the forecast high tomorrow. we keep it on the comfortable side. then. warmer weather. 74 warmest day is saturday 75. 74 as we get to sunday. and monday still in the starting to take a cooler trend. that leads us to our 60s again. forfor tuesday and wepblz. wednesday both days with a chance of rain.
i've seen what can happen as the result of hate. my son matt was murdered in laramie, wyoming, in 1998. he was befriended by two men in a bar who pretended to be gay. they offered him a ride home, and when he was in their car, they robbed him and beat him. they drove matt out
to the prairie and tied him to a split-rail fence, then beat him some more and left him for dead. in the aftermath of matt's death, my family saw the best of america in the love and support we were shown. so when i see the hate that donald trump has brought to his campaign for president, it terrifies me. i'd like to punch him in the face, i'll tell ya.
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is tuesday night in title town. cleveland ohio. who knew. more on the eupbd kwrapbds in toronto. but let's start with all the makings of what could be an instant classic in the nlcs. dodgers stadium. the site. it's game 4. cubs look for a win to even up the series at two games a piece. two ball games. not tonight. busting out of the slump. in a big way. >> . this guy has been struggling all post season. not anymore. taking him out of here for a solo home run. the same part of the yard. cubs put a touch down and a field goal. all over the dodgers.