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and provide universal will they like me? will they begin to play by the rules if i'm president? you better believe it. i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message. you're watching denver 7 at 11:00 aam. working on multiple breaking news stories. major developments in the dynel lane trial. the prosecution and defense just rested their case. >> she's the woman accused of -`woman's womb. for the first time since this trial began, lane couldn't hold back her emotions. eric lupher was inside the courtroom for it all. we'll get an updateein just a bit. popular author hhrper lee
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a mockingbird." >> we'll have more on her life and legacy coming up. a semi track hits a person in the loveland area. >> happened at 7:00 this morning at rocky mountain avenue and east 37th. police haven't given a condition for the people involved. there was a scooter involved, we've heard that. at this point we don't flow in what -- know in what way. >> we'll send it over to luber nnw. >> this is where the accident happened, 37 street, basically closed rocky mountain roadway between hh medical center of the rockies and crossroads. that's the section closed town now for that accident that happened here. i-25 would get you around it. even better, go on the other side of the highway between crossroads and highway 34. but there is access at leass
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medical center of the rockies if you need to get over there in the next couple of hours. thank you. cdot has more work to do befooe it can reopen i-70 in glenwood canyon. they only plan to open one lane of alternating traffic. gps systems and google maps are sending people on routes that are also closed like independence pass to aspen. one familyyfrom chicago got all season. >> e could have easily flown into aspen, which we've done before and the hotel has a shuttle and takes us to the hotel. we wanted to make this an adventure. >> the aspen chamber estimates the closure will impact more weekend.
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the winds yesterday had a lot of us wanting to take cover. >> it was so strong. shut down i-25 and the light rail for a few hours yesterday in case the ikea sign fell. the panels have been secured. good. meteorologist lisa hidalgo says the winds are starting to calm down. >> getting better. almost at this point yesterday when things started to get going. nice to see we're on tte other side of it all. the storm moving through. you'll find a few usty spots. really from west to east calmer conditions. at about 15 to 30 miles per hour in denver. here's a live look at the airport where it's 45 degrees. downtown warmer, now 62. current wind speeds from 30 to even 50 miles per hour up and through the mountains. berthoud pass was onn of the spots we said this morning to waach out for. gusty through estes park. but no high wind warnings
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won't be as winny as yesterday..% we won't hit that criteria. nice to see another warm 3 afternoon. temperatures in the upper 50s to low 60s between noon and about 3:00. by 5:00 still pllnty of sunshine.. drier across the state. more sunshine expected up and through the mountains today. highs will be in the mid- to upper 60s covering northeastern colorado. 70s to the southeast and we've got 40s and 50s up and through the moontains. thank you, lisa. right now the body of late justice scalia is laying instate in washington, d.c. hundreds of mourners are viewing his casket to say goodbye. friends and family will pay respects at the funeral tomorrow. president and first lady ill pay respects today but they are
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tending the -- attending the funeral this weekend. colorado senator corey gardener appears to have changed his stancc on the new appotmenfor a replemen fojuste scia. >> his otedw sayg the present o islect in noveer shou make at that decision. chelsea clinton was here a few hours ago and tomorrow bill clinton will hold two rallies in pueblo and colorado springs. just ahead we have a new poll from fox news that shows bernie sanders and hillary clinton locked in a tight race nationally. sanders 47% to 44% for clinton. the two caadidates faced voters in a town hall meeting in nevada and answered questions on immigration and privacy and their records.
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her boos from the crowd. >> maybe it's that senator sanders wasn't really a democrat until he ecideddto run for president. he doesn't even know what the last two democratic presidents did. well, it's true. it's true. you know it's true. >> republicans held events in south carolina ahead of tomorrow's ppimary. trump addressed his spat with the pope and remains the front- runnee coming into this weekend's primary. clinton and sanners are in a virtual tie. with tte election day looming you're probably hearing that popular line, if so and so wins, i'm moving to canada. >> now there's a web site for those seriously considering it. %- check it out. >> hi, americans. donald trump may become the if that happens and you decide to get the hell out of there, might i suggest moving to cape breton, island. >> it's along canada's eastern coast. a radio deejay started it as a 3 joke.
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can bring their cats. why would anyone want to move to canada? >> for thh record, tourism office there says it's not behind this effort, though officials admit the site's promoting that island. peyton manning says he needs time to figure out the %- our partners at "the denver post" reporting he's not expected to announce anything until around march 1st. bowl victory he wants to take time to clear his head, take the emotion out of this decision, it's critical for the broncos so they can start negotiating a deal with brock osweiler. the game has changed for the influenza teen. will he face adult punishment crash caught onncamera.
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welcome back. news story. new developments in the dynel lane trial. the prosecution and the defense this morning a short time ago, both resting their cases. >> denver 7 reporter eric lupher was inside the courtroom for all this. eric.
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lane cried for the first time. we aven't seen this. she put her head down and cried when the court listened to an interview, a taped interview that she had with detectives % directly after the attack on michelle wilkins. take a look inside the courtroom, what we saw today, the tears started flowing when lane heard herself that 3 michelle attacked her first and she was acting in self-defense. she told detectives it was 3 wilkins who came to her house to sell baby clothes. lane admitted to strangling `ilkins and cutting out the baby. listen.
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>> reporter: some very shocking details there. lane went on to ell detectives she cut the baby out because she was trying to save the baby. we're going have more from that shocking interview coming up at 11:30. also, just to mention here, the defense will not be calling any witnesses. that meens they will rely on closing arguments set for 9:00 monday. eeic lupher, denver 7. nearly 3,000 surgery patients looking for answers may get some today. of swapping needles will have hhs date in court. >> reporttr::the breaking news 3 out of today, a few moments ago
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defense attorney pled not guilty oo the two charges he faces. not guilty. the second half of today's hearing is to determine detention. now allen is being held without bond by federal law enforcement the government is trying ccstody. his defense attorney, however, is seeking his release. that triggers a court proceeding where both sides then get to argue whether oo not allen should be released. is he a danger to the other factors. both sides will be able to present evidence and ask questions as part of this hearing. denver7's lance hernandez is inside the courtroom. he said there was a discussion at the bench between attorneys on both sides and the judge discussing introducing evidence that will be under seel and that the judge did make a reference to a "blood born pathogen." this is all because allen is
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at swedish medical center and stealing a powerful painkiller called fentanyl. he currently faces those two federal charges, tampering with a consumer proouct and obtaining a controlled substance via deceit. the second part of that him to sit he taale. % he came in shackleed today to sit with his attorney because they are preparing for a "lengthy" hearing. many more details are exxected to come out. stick with denver 7. llve at federal court, jason gruenauer. the death toll rising after american war planes stuck an islamic state camp oday. at least 40 were killed. >> happened in libya. it targeted a senior isis member linked to two terror attacks last year.
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he was killed in this attack. we'll share details as we get them. ramatic video as a tourist helicopter crashes in pearl harbor, leaving a teenage boy in critical condition. his three famill members all injured but expected to be okay. the ntsb is trying to ffgure out what happenedd presidential candidate donald trump is changing his tune when it comes to pope francis after blasting him for making comments about his plan to build a wall long the mexico/u.s. border. >> here's what the pope said about the plan. >>(translator): a person who thinks only about building walls, wherever they may be bridges is not a christian. this is not in the gospel. >> the pope commenting on presidential andidate is very rare and here's how trump originally responded to this. %- >> i am a christian. i'm proud of it.
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question a person's faith is disgraceful. if and when the vatican is attacked by isis, which eveeyone knows is isis' ultimate trophy, i can promise you that the pope would have only wished aad prayed that donald trump would have been president. >> trump later changed his tune saying he believed the pope's remarks were probably a little bit nicer than first reported. he says he thinks the pope has story. the affluenza teen has learned he'll be transferred to an dult court. couch was convicted in juvenile couut for killing four people whileedriving drunk in 2014. if he violates probation during that time, he could get up to 10 years in prison for each victim. anti-government protester averager cliven bundy will be exported back to nevada.
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officers were trying to stop him from illegally grazing his cattte on federallland. federal officials eventually backed off, but bundy was arrested supporting his ons in a separate standoff we saw a couple of weeks back. has that windddied down? up and through it's foothills spots ii's typically windy, 93, boulder, i-70 in spots it's bad, but not here. first alert traffic with great weather headlines. not quite as windy today. tomorrow even calmer connitions. our temperatures todaa sttlll well above normal. about 10 degrees cooler from yesterday, from the record high we hit of 73. 40s by sundayy a bigger cool down. we'll talk about it coming up. now it's 49. that's going to be out at the airport. we've got a beautiful shot over downtown where we're already near 60 degrees. you can see our winds at about
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it's not calm, but it's also not as bad as yesterday. there are still going to be a few high wind warnings farther norrh, up into wyoming, nebraska. %- if you're heading along 76 towards sterling and heading into nebraska, high fire danger and gusty conditions there. current temperatures most neighborhoods in the mid-50s. fort collins and greeley, mid- to upper 50s there. city park already at 61. we've got castle rock at 58. innparker currently 60. 20s and 30s through the central mountains. definitely cooler today. had fresh snow yesterday and overnight. more 40s out west. highs today will be close to 50 in grand junction. mid- to upper 60s covering the denver today 63. about 62 today. that is going to be one of the bad hair day, but calmer
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fort collins heading up to fort collins we'll be in the low to mid-60s and not as windy. no alerts here. things are pretty dry state- wide today. we'll be watching for more snow in the mountains sunday into monday. this next storm rolling in, it will bring with it, unfortunately more wind by sunday, sunday into monday. our temperatures will drop a little more dramatically with this storm. there is a hance we could get some showers, maybe a rain/snow week. i know 73 was nice, but we need rain and snow. next week is okay by me. looks good. >> good. >> whennthat wind was blowing yesterday, the dust in the air. >> it got in my eyes. >> we need the rain. the first concert at cu's folsom field will come at a big % cost. the athletic department has to shell out $110,000. >> this is why, the concert coincides with the summee shakespeare festival.
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would be too loud, so this will require that three of the plays be canceeed. anyone who purchased tickets can get a refund for that. people still talking about beyonce's super bowl half time performance, that drew both praise and criticism. the chief of miami's police union says his officers will boycott her miami concert because offher "antt-police message." the chief ssys he beeieves her performance showed aallegiance to the black panther party and lack of support for law -`enforcement. a dolphin's death is sparking anger, after beach goers in argentina took it out of the ocean to take a selfie. this baby dolphin died after being passed around for pictures. the worst part, nobody put the died eventually. activists say it's a sad
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this deputy heeping out this dog after she went under water in an icy pond. deputy bill brooks walked into the water to his chest to reach and get the dog. when he got to her and got her to shore, he saw signs of life and quiikly wrapped her up in a blanket took her to a clinic. veterinarians say the body temperature was critically low. `he is doing better and back with her family now thanks to deputy brooks. % mother nature dealing a blow for one state with fire and strong winds. >> we've all heard of water falls, but what about a fire fall?
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my plan -- break up the big banks, and make them pay their fair share. then we can expand health care to all, and provide universal college education. will they like me? no. will they begin to play by the rules if i'm president? i'm bernie sanders and i approve this message. >> here's a look at other stories making news hot on the internetttoday. this is a building in china, it's the 28th tallest in the world. tenth tallest in china. this is video of three dare devils who climbee to the top of the spire on top of the they broke through security doors to get to the spire, and climbed on the top taking these
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look at that. these guys have done other similar stunns in the past. nobody ever wins at one of those grab the prize vending machines, right? this girl in china puts her money in, the claw tries to grab a couple of prizes, but they slip out of its grip. doesn't matter. creattd a chain reaction waterfall of prizes that pours down the chute. now she's a winner. i like to make as few trips with big loads as possible. i think that was the ttinking with this guy hauling the logs, he hit that they call it the horizontal
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wwat was supposed to be a regular live report turned into a humorous moment when that orangutan from the melbourne zoo when he decided to mile at the camera during the live look at that. at the end of the clip he smirks. i'll pause it.. look at his smirk. how great is that? many of the commmnts say he's more creepy than funny. >> i think he's hilarious. >> that's awesome. that's cool. >> i may have watched that video three times today. so good. >> i like that one. thanks, jayson. we have a pretty cool photo out of california to show you. this is a special treat for visitors at yosemite national %- park. this is called fire fall. this is a pheeomenon that year. it looks like fire flowing off the cliff. park rangers say it's actually the sun that glows through the water fall. the angle of the sun has to be %-
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a couple of weeks each february. >> that is so cool. check this out, strong wind didn't help this wildfire near kansas city, even creating a firenado. firefighters had this 1,000 acres under control now. fire tornadoes are similar to dust devils, just not as dangerous as tornadoes. a couple of years ago colorado made national headlines when it firenado formed during a prescribed burn. firenado lasted for 10 minutes. >> that gets your attention. this could be the greatest view of something you really can't see. 300 million light years from earth. scientists took their sharpest pictures of it with the hubble space telescope. this is larger than a million suns combined. but it can not be seen because black holes put light in, pull bizarre.
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much information on them. >> yes, something so far away. we have more local headlines, including a victoria secret thief who managed to steal quite a few pair of panties. >> and new details on the dynel lane trial today. happening this morning in court. also a recall to tell you about
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the world a president has to grapple with. sometimes you can't even imagine. that's the job. and she's the one who's proven she can get it done. ...securing a massive reduction in nuclear weapons... of women... ...protecting social security... ...expanding benefits for the national guard... ...and winning health care for 8 million children... job in the world and she's the one who'll make a real difference for you.
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it's 11:30. one hour into day three of the dynel lane trial. the prosecution and the defense % both finished up theirrcases. bolt sides resting. >> lane is accused of cutting out a baby from another woman's lice tape proves she admitted to this. denver7's eric lupher was live when all of this was happening. eric. >> reporter: lane admitted to detectives in a police tape she cut michelle wilkins' baby out of her womb, but she claimed it was to save the baby. take a look inside the courtroom. it was those tapes that cracked dynel lane. she cried for the first time whiie listening to herself over the speaker. in the tape she explained she didn't want to attack wilkins but had to in self-defense. she told detectives wilkins ccme at her with a knife. she said it got to the point where she had wilkins on the ground. that's when she told detectives
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she was unconscious she cut the baby out to try to save the baby. shh also said this -- >> reporter: of course the prosecution is trying convince jurors that dynel lane was lying to etectives during this police interview and of course the defense is trying to say that lane was just attacking back because of self-defense and that she never intended to do anything like this. the defense will not call anyone to the stand.. closing arguments set for monday morning. back to you. >> eric, thank you. significant new developments in the surgical tech case at the swedish medical center. the former worker accused of
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>> denver 7 reporter jason gruenauer joins us outside the federal courthouse in denver with the latest on this. >> reporter: rocky allen is not it's because moments ago inside federal court his deffnse attorney entering a plea of not guilty on the two federal charges that he faces for allegely swapping out needles at swedish medical center and stealing a powerful drug. the two charges, tampering with a consumer product and obtaining a controlled substance via deceit. his defense attorney pled not guilty. the second half oo today's hearing was a detention hearing. now allen is being held without bond. his attorney is seeking his release from custody of federal law enforcement officials. so that triggers an automatic hearing where both sides will present evidence and both sides will argue. we are expected to learn much more about this case as both the government and his defense attorney argue whether or not
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community, himself and other factors and whether or not he should be released from custody. denver7's lance hernandez is inside court and will bring you the latest throughout the day here on denver 7 and online at live at federal court, jason gruenauer, denver 7. tonight at 10:00 denver 7 investigating the deception behind the scenes in a high profile murder case. hello? `ell me where we're going right -`now. % okay,,we're going to go back to that. the investigative tease now. a ig special coming out, denver 7 reporter tony kovaleski will give us a preview. >> i should have been able to
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>> reporter: it's a case that shook two colorado ommunities, a mother of six was in hiding, scared for her life. a state-wide maahunt feel short. now her husband stands accused of killing her. we hhve uncovered an investigator's critical error in the hours before thh murder. >> does the deputy have blood the truth here? >> reporter: a deputy's deception revealed tonight at 10:00 when denver 7 investigates. right now the arapahoe county sheriff's office needs your help identifying a suspected thief. this woman allegedly got away with $1,500 worth of clothing from victoria's secret store. happennd over four days over at the streets at south glee. investigators say she stole the goods and also took off in a stolen car. the police found the car but haven't found her or thh clothing. arapahoe couuty deputy bill foreman injjred in a crash reeains in critical condition.
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as he responded to a homicide call last week. has a long road ahead offhim and collecting donatiins for the family now. the truck driver was ticketed for the crash. an officer still recovering after a deadly crash in westminster. they brought this to you yesterday aa 88th and federal. the officer responding to an emergency and crashed into another driver killing that person. we know the police cruiser had its lights and sirens on. turning to new developments bills. >> a house committee passed a bill making it easier for transgender people to change their birth certificates, even without surgery. and would remove the word amended from new birth certificates.
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accused cosby testified in support of the bill. government is expected to pay $330 billion to americans in the way of tax refunds. but many of you may not plan to spend it. 65% will get a refund and half third will pay down debt. soon you may not need the transponders. lawmakers passed bill through committee that will let anyone use the lanes on u.s. 36 free. now you have to use the transponder and it costs $$5. toyota recalling nearly 3 million of iis suv's world wide because of a possible issue with its seat belts. a flaw could cause the rear ones not to work. it's the toyota rav 4, and
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toyota dealers will fix the problem at no cost to the consumer. harper lee has passee away. >> we took a look back at her extraardinary life. lisa. >> right now we're looking at a beautiful day. we have high clouds out there. dry roads.
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harper lee has passed away aa the age of 89. >> anderson cooper takee a look back at her remarkable life. maybe. >> no. machines respect workinggvery well with us today. we'll get to that hopefully in a bit. the epa says the latest water samples in flint, -`michigan say the filters are working. >> they were taken at homes with high lead levels. it's still recommended they use filters in their homes, but they are making progress. that's the bit of good news. for pregnant and breast feeding women and kids ssx years and younger bottleed water is still the safest option. everyone else should use filtered water. thh bad news is americans aren't sleeping enough. that's no surprise. the good news, our state is among the highest when it comes to catching z's. the new study by the cdc says more than a third of americans
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that's less than the recommended seven hours or more per day of sleep. lack of sleep can come with a lot of health issues like obesity, diabetes and mental illness. hawaii took the top spot. you'd think people would be relaxed there. colorado, minnesota recorded the highest. >> except for the morninggcrew. lack of sleep might explain adults. it's called tantrum therapy, a way ffr adults to decompress. there's a company called `antrums l.l.c.. they offer frustrated workers sledge hammers, bats, golf clubs and put you in a sound proof room decorated as you've asked. >> do whatever you want. beat it up, smash it, trash it, any possible way you can think of, i don't care.
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know, like wwight taken off of me for a little bit. >> thhy offer sessions starting at five minutes and say they're seeing whole offices come in together as a group and doing it as a team building exercise. each other. >> we should maybe do that for some of the computers not working for us. >> some of the machines supposed to play the video. building. get that hammer out. >> with the wind calmer today, you can get outside and enjoy the temperatures. 62 now downtown. close to 50 at the airport. we're getting a slower warmup there. `ive look, a few high clouds. now wind speeds from 15 to 30 miles per hour around town. berthoud pass a recent wind gust off43. estes park, 33. still pretty gusty in the mountains. more breezy across the plains today. state-wide things are gettingg better.
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temperatures about 20 degrees above normal. it's not the 30 degrees above we saw yesterday, but still very warm. sterling 65 this afternoon. we're likely again going to be close to 70 in some neighborhoods to the south. pueblo 69. lamar 70. you get uu nto the mountains and more sunshine theee withh some low to mid-40s. reallyyveey mild. 64. 64. enjoy it, because this will only last another two days before our temperatures get back to where they should be. more 40s and 50s. futuuecast shows really clear skies through today, 7:00 tonight you'll find a lot of clear skies across the entire % state. no big change. we do have a system grazing the state that could bring a few increasing clouds tomorrow afternoon, and potentially a few light showers across northeastern colorado. better chance for snow as we get into the weekend.
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here in denver, as far as moisture is conceened, better chance for it next week. in fact, come tuesday could get cooler weather. quite a few showers in spots and a nice break from what's been a dry couple of weeks. well above normal. good thing, we talked about this yesterday, that we saw so much snow early in the month, but ss much of it has melted. it's gone. we need a little more. >> don't want to have a bad fire season. for years this week's 7 every day hero was not a big fan of bugs. >> but that was before she started volunteer work. take a look. >> who doesn't like a butterfly? >> reporter: the butterfly pavilion is home to 1600 `utterflies. >> one big eyeeon each wing, an owl butterfly. >> reporter: and pat can name just about every one of them. >> the black and white, she's consideree a paper white. >> reporter: she's a long time
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>> she's done almost 2500 hours, 500 in 2015 alone. `> i love thh kidd. i don't have aay grandchildren yet myself. grandmother jollies. butterflies flying flowers. but they're just part of the 5,000 creatures that call this zoo home. >> this is a harlequin shrimp and he eats sea stars. >> reporter: when pat first started volunteering, she didn't even set foot here -- >> the more i learned about her, the less afraid i am. >> reporter: now look at her. she handles the hissing cockroaches like a pro. pat says the real ambassador here is rosie, a rose haired at that tarantula. >> it's fun to watch a kid's
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go, oh, i did it. >> reporter: pat's love rubs off on everyone. and i do mean everyone. this tarantula seemed to enjoy our camera. >> this is god's creation and the more we appreciate it, the more we can enjoy it. >> reporter: for all your hours, many hours of volunteering, 7 news and trusted choice want to honor you as a 7 every dayyhero. >> thank you. >> reporter: congratulations. [ applause ] >> she puts a lot of time in there. if you'd like to learn more about the butterfly pavilion, go to and under commute you'll see 7 every day heros.
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the son of a polish immigrant who grew up in a brooklyn tenement. he went to public schools, then college, where the work of his l fighting injustice and inequality, speaking truth to power. he moved to vermont, won election and praise as one of america's best mayors. in congress, he stood up for working families and for principle, opposing the iraq war, supporting veterans. now he's taking on wall street and a corrupt political system funded by millions of contributions, tackling climate change to create clean-energy jobs, fighting for living wages, equal pay, and tuition-free public colleges. people are sick and tired
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and they want real change! [ cheers and applause ] bernie sanders -- husband, father, grandfather, an honest leader to give us a future to believe in. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. welcome back. you're taking a sneak peek at a gentleman's guide to love and murder, it's playing here in denver now. >> who better to tell us more
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one of the actors who plays ms. shingle. thank you for being here. you got my attention, with a title like that. tell us about this. what's this about? >> itts about a young man down on his luck and finds out all of a sudden that he is in line to inherit a great fortune. the seed of an idea gets planted in his head, what would happen if those other people disappeared. 3 that's where the comedy comes in. >> cool. >> it's very creative and very silly fun ways that the family gets eliminated. >> tell us about your role. >> i play ms. shingle, a %- servant in the house of the man's mother. she thinks this is wrong, and tells him because he didn't know he was in line.
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set the scene, and they proceed to -- >> boy, does it roll. >> then i pop up in interesting ways, like a fairy god mother. >> you're smiling. >> it's a fun role. and i have a bit of the punch line at the end, you muut come see it. >> what audiences might this be appropriate for? bring your middle schooler? >> ages 10 and up we like to say. great good fun. everybody has a ball, from the young ones up, all ages. >> is it difficult to perform like this in a program like this night after night? >> no, not at all. it's whaa we're trained to do. more so this is a show that is so wonderful that it's a joy to do every single night. no, nobody ever gets tired of it. >> we were talking in the break and you came out of memphis and you were here last in 2009 in the mary poppins production. >> i was the bird woman. >> whennyou come to a different
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hotel room or friends you stay with? >> both, sometimes. the company givee us hotel -`options, which we can choose to stay in or not. tte last time i was here i traveled with the dogs, so i stayed with friends in the suburbs. but this time we're in the hotels. some people get the airbnb. it's a variety. of the show? >> sometimes. especially the thinner air in denver takes a littte bit of getting used to. >> i bet. >> i didn't think about that. >> you have to work harder to get that breath of support under your singing. you learn how to ace yourself and you learn how to get plenty of rest. %- it can be tiring, but also you get energizeed. too. >> adrenaline rush. >> takes a while to calm down from. >> great. murder. it's playing at the buell,
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visit >> thank you for giving us the time. >> thrilled to be here. >> let's check in with lisa one more time. >> i just went to the wizard of oz and after seeing this, it looks awesome. i'm there. temperatures in the low to mid- 60s today. will e a very nice warm afternoon. about 10 degrees cooler than yesttrday. we're not breaking records today. mild. `3 ii denver. greeley today expecting a high of aaout 62. not as windy, gusts about 20 to 30 miles per hour. looks pretty nice. foothills still windy. speeds at about 50 at times. today we're talking 60s. tomorrow we're going to cool you by about 5, 7 degrees. if you look at our seven-day forecast you're going to find at weell update you all day. cooler, chance for showers next week. >> more normal. >> yes, where we should be. we're going to leave you with
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>> this as ust for denver 7. you'll get a kick out of it. or maybe not. it's coming. >> should we start rapping? >> no, we should not. >> this young man is betterr
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