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>> joe prefers to be outside of his rental home. >> been to frustrated for so long and so tired i don't know it i can be frustrated anymore. >> reporter: he prefers we noo show his face or use his last name, fearing retaliation from his landlord. >> it's day 8. >> come and see yourself. >> having to have this mess in his basement. >> human waste, feces. >> reporter: this is all sewage that came into his home and say plumbers break a broken sewage pipe a pipe he is told is just outside of city boundaries. >> the mold is starting to grow. >> reporter: he hesitate his landlord hasn't fixed the pipe. >> it's been a steady flow of plumbers in and out. >> reporter: plumbers tell him it could cost thousands to fix and the landlord tells him the place is still livable. >> there is human waste everywhere-recontact a representative at america homes for rent and awaiting a response from the corporate headquarters. >> in the meantime joe's for him to stay in a hotel, but he wants out of this home for good. >> i would like the ability to move out. >> just go continue with my wife and my life are in other news three denver sheriff's deputy have been fired within the last two weeks or using excessive force against inmates. our partners at the denver post report deputy jackson and dew point probably and poller were all the fired. this stems from incidents that happened at the downtown detention center. take a look at this video. it shows a thief caught right in the act. this video shows a man stealing from a denver garbage in the middle of the afternoon as the homeowner and his fiancie were inside the home there. this has become all too common merchant baker neighborhood where this happened. the homeowner says neighbors are doing what they can to stay safe police say like host burglaries this appears to be a climate of opportunity and say
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doors so something like this doesn't happen again. new details tonight, three people have died in over 1,000 it to be rescued after historic flooding if parts of louisiana. more than 2' of rain fall in a 24-hour span in burglar and her son veritable was sinking and they cut into the top and rescued the woman right before she drowned. governor says there has state. >> this is unprecedented. so we don't have records that we can can go back and see who all is going tock impacted. >> governor has declare a state of emergency, more rain is in store for the weekend. some sort of accident cause a fire in brighton this morning that killed eight horses. fire crews say a barn at 112th and picadilly caught fire and initially called in as a weed fire, but crews found the
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onscreen. denver police are trying to find stephen derickson, 68-year- old was left seen get on a bus in the wayyof west arkansas and if you have seen him, call denver police. it was a hero's homecoming, 7 ayears in the making the remains of a he world war xii samier laid to rest today in colorado springs. medal of honor recipient was buried hundreds of others of pearl harbor victims in hawai'i, but his remarines just% identified. family members say it's the closure that they needed. >> think their whole mourning process was kind of disrupted because they didn't have a place to go mourn, or a body to bury or anything. so for our family, it's just a real beautiful sense of closure. that has been needed for 75 years. and to make things even better for england he was laid
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doesn't that looks like a normal night for children at the museum of science, but for these guys the museum teamed up with the colorado autism society to create a sensory- friendly environment. they kept the area quiet, and dimmed the lights so kids with autism could clearance might not normally get to do. >> no, you are not seeing things you are reading that right. if you were driving down broadway near 1st and denver tonigh the construction sign and changed the message to "ls d'backs." and police say they have notified the company about the hacking there. hundreds of people made their way to dd i a and broncos
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. check it it out, hundreds of people at dia, putting their strength to the test is to special olympics athletes could show their strength and courage. the annual fundraiser to raise money for special olympics colorado.
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the fastest team to move a boeing 75712 feet. that plane weighs around 164,000 pounds. >> you get to come out and have fun and put on silly shirts and hats and all the money goes to these wonderful, aamazing athletes and that is why we're out here to support athletes. >> event has brought many more than $250,000 for special locations colorado. great to see stacey. cool. i think once they start getting it going, you really get a little momentum going just like in life. >> partly cloudy skies there and we're going to see a lot of sunshine into tomorrow. it's been an interest day, very quiet around denver rainwise, but we had some pretty strong storms across the eastern plain and those continue to fire up tonight, especially out from sterling to akron to limon there, for the plains. here in denver high clouds pushing through. it's been relatively quiet all day. the storms west of sterling and
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cells. nothing severe, but they are heading the direction of the cities. so keep that in mind and also some scattered showers here out 287 southwest of burlington. and to colorado springs too, we had scattered showers off and on as we have gone through today. storms will continue to go on to our east tonight. and it will be warmer into next weekment we'll have scattered showers next week as well as our weather pattern changes. but as you see for today our high as 89 degrees and normal so we're really where we should be this time of year for high temperatures. what is going haptnext few days this high pressure is going build in. we call it a dge of high pressure. and it will start to dominate all of coloraao and it will be sunny and warm and those temperatures will start to get higher going into the beginning of our workweek. but into tonight we'll have temperatures in the upper 50s for overnight lows and highs around 90 degrees tomorrow, but sunny and dry-clean for the
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pattern starts to change. our futurecast through tonight and tomorrow includes mostly clear skies here and few scattered shower popping up tomorrow afternoon and evening for the eastern plains of but i don't think we'll see any of that here around denver. for our forecast tonight, 56 degrees for overnight low. partly cloudy and nice. tomorrow 90 degrees, sunny and dry with southeast wind 10-15 miles per hour. for the western slope mid-90s tomorrow afternoon and we have into the grand junction area for a fire burning currently. 70s and 80s for highs in the mountains tomorrow and 80s and 90s for the front range and the plains tomorrow afternoon. down towards pueblo, as the high pressure kicks in highs around 90-92 degrees and lots of sunshine on the way. then we start to change that pattern and have a few showers showing up at least slight chances on tuesday and
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first alert weather day. looks like better chances for rain thursday afternoon with a high of 88 degrees. -?that is when some cooler air pushes into on friday and saturday we'll have highs in the low 80s. overnight lows in the 50s with those scattered showers as well. so another cooldown coming our direction, going into the end of this coming week, in the microsoft dry conditions and highs around 90 degrees. >> that breeze out there is kind of nice. >> in the evenings, it's really great. >> thank you, stacey. stick around, spx starts right now. . >> this is 7 sports extra. >> hey there, welcome to the show. this is it, do you mind? our final saturday without football. i don't know how we survived without it? guess what leads us off tonight? >> siam the national football leage
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to help you read this. >> please do. after a nearly preseason for the broncos, success didn't travel to the practice field. >> bronco's boxed the ears of the bears and then their quarterback heard an earful at saturday's practice. it was sloppy k. kubiak tacked to trevor about pulling the ball down and mark sanchez throwing his training camp that stopped practice. visibly disappointed kubiak talked about the ffense afterwards. >> we didn't practice offensively and less than 48 hours out of a game to come back and practice is tough. but we handled it defensely and didn't handle it offensively. it's disappointing for me. so i will look at today and wake up on monday and tomorrow is an off-day and monday we go back to work. >> reporter: kubiak did not name a starting quarterback for game 2 of the preseason and one player who won't play benny fowler who fractured his right elbow and
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thursdays awen. said he woke up after the game and realized there was a problem. ?> it's just right outside of the elbow and the radius bone. i will be back in a couple of weeks. fowler's absence creates more reps for cody latimer, quietly said he is more comfortable in ?he offensee in year 3, his answer as to why was a little surprising. >> for me, it's just not being so much nervous. i want to mess up. so if i mess up, i mess up and i'm going to play fast and make plays. >> reporter: broncos off on sunday and get back to work on monday, midweek the niners come to town for joint practices and wednesday, last day for the fans to get a look. that is against the 49ers. back to you. >> football back in l.a.x..
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dallas broke out to 1-0 lead. x marks the spot. dez bryant in mid-season form from right out of the air. good for 10-yard touchdown, but rams rallied in the second half. outscored the boys 21-0 and the charge was led by nelson spruce. 7 -yard scoring spruce geometry good high 6 catches you and 51 yards and that td. rams open up the l.a. home coming with the 28-24 win. bolts and titans, gordon sighting and look at this. flash gordon. he did the rest. 44 yards for his first nfl td. that was it for chargers highlights titans won this game 27-10. switching gears rockies in the city of brotherly love and tyler anderson wasn't feeling
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along with skipper. franko went deep fly to center and 3-run shot and home runs happen, but franko ruffled feathers by rubbing it in. oh, the horror. anderson got even in the 4th and had some choice words that we can't repeat. the umpire took offense and ejected tyler, who wasn't happy. benches would clear, but before order was restored, walt earned himself an early shower, which means he wasn't around to see the 6-3 loss, but had this to say about anderson's ejection. >> after you hit a home run and hit by a pitch around the lower leg. franko is a dangerous hitter and doesn't want to get his arms extended. like i said, we don't -- i don't allow our guys -- he where we don't throw at guys because they hit home runs. >> baseball guys are sensitive
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on the l.a. gavely and amarks this third and final regular season meeting. rapids won the first and two ties and tonight could be an uphill climb. l.a. is one of tour teams in west still unbeaten at home. land of palm trees and --ment smog. >> little jealous here there is 11th minute, tim howard, galaxy on the break. wow. that is goalkeepin was close. nice job, tim. rapids also had their chances, 28th minute, doyles to harrison, but no cigar. they would settle for a goal the first half and matches in theself and it's now ties at 1, thanks together
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day 8, colorado's
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the steeple chase and advanced to monday's final. michael phelps, he has the gold standard, claimed gold medal no. 23, now has a ccreer-high 28. back on the track, the fastest woman in the world took the women's 100-meter. >> thank you. this is the face of usa wrestling, adline gray and someday soon you may smiling face on a wheatie's box. adeline -- we went to the olympic training center in colorado springs to get the story. >> think there is say little bit of anticipation and nerves that are building right now. >> yes, that ticker is counting down, but at same time, there is still a lot to could. >> the journey began 19 years when adeline gray started to wrestle at the age of 6 and competed against boys through high school, winning a junior world championship along the way.
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will represent the usa on the sports' biggest stage. >> there there is not that many of us professional leagues in the country and olympics is one of the ways that we have an opportunity to really be able to expand our wings and test ourselves physically and else emotionally and allow young girls to dream big. % >>she dominated with three world championships and no. 1 ranking in her weight class and hasn't loss since adeline hopes to keep that momentum rolling into rio. ?[ music ]? she was an american girl. >> that top of the podium is where i belong and i'm so excited to go out there and earn it. you know, i'm going to have to. >> she is as good as it gets right back now. when it comes to on the mat accomplishments the only thing she is missing win gold in wrestling. >> just the dream to be the first one to make that history
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do something very bad-ass and step on wrestling mat and do something that i have dreamt about for years. >> from gray to gold. adeline ii the oddson favorite, soon her child dream could become reality. >> i am just lookinn to rio and knowing that i get to go through the whole experience of opening ceremonies and wrestling and i get the olympic village and the party afterwards and my family is going to be there hopefully so i'm excited. >> the xfinity series and rain are a bad mixture. hydroplaning one word or two? >> one. >> sam hornish spinning out of control, sweet tokyo drift. justin marks with his first victory on the xfinity circuit city. we have to take our final
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playoffs, the outlaws needed serious help to get in and didn't matter now, taking on the liiards in the semis, hartsell try look at this long bomb, his first career playoff goal.
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dials from the distance. 1-800 collect, i'm accepting the charges. that is say 2-pointer and five straight for denver. 9-6 lead, outlaws scored 7 in the 2nd. seaverts, watch this. molly couldn't have done it better. 20-179 final and face the ohio machine in the championship. best video, i'm told this is it. astros-blue jays,aj reid runs that is a police officer just trying to be helpful, got pummeled. >> with a stool. >> both player and police officer okay. we have been laughing at jahmai, because he was so inspired by usain bolt tonight. [ laughter ]. >> this man believes he can break 12 seconds in a 100-meter dash and we're going to videotape this and bring this to you someday soon. when do you think you can get it done? >> i need two weeks to train. >> were you talking about it tonight that you could go on
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where is the nearest high school? >> i want the good people to weigh-in on this. >> street% race. >> it is happening. >> i can't believe it. >> i watched the olympics, too and you think i can swim like michael phelps [ laughter ]. >> it's really not real. >> i'm the only one on the set with an athletic background. >> wait can be hold up [ laughter ] >> playing videogames does not count latah >> two-time state champion here. >> a huh. >> and mike tyson knockout
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rinse. >> you've watching beautiful homes an greater things. coming up in taking a bite out of the big apple. showcase one spectacular property in the heart of manhattan upper east beautiful blocks on the upper east side. east 64th street right here. >> entertaining in this grand for cocoa music room. >> give my regards to all broadway. >> then, sipping cocktails in the lincoln fire bar. and throwing in elegant dinner party for 20 in this lavish french dining room or eating al fresco on the stunning roof top terrace.
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a secret garden. >> meet new york city's super brokers who sell luxury homes to show business a listers. this is their new listing and they're about to give you a behind the scenes tour. >> welcome to 163 east 64th street. >> that's all right here on beautiful homes and great estates. ? ? estates is traveling to new york city to showcase one of the country's most prominent properties. >> this is one of the most beautiful blocks on the upper east side, east 64th street right here, thepper east side is one of the most coveted neighborhoods in all of new york city in some of the wealthiest zip codes and highest priced real estate in the world, real, i mean, park avenue.
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and people want to be here. >> this dashing and duo are internationally recognized movers and shakers when it comes to new york city' luxury real estate market. >> my name is tom with douglas real estate. >> does that name same dplar? it's because they're famous for selling new york. >> i did that for many years. >> if you can make it here, you can make it anywhere, where have i heard that >> tom and mickey are the nation's super brokers. >> we've sold over billion half dollars worth of real estate in our collective careers. we're ranked among the top thousand real estate brokers in the united states and top 75 in new york city. it very exciting. my parents are very proud. welcome to 163 east 64th street on the beautiful upper east side of new york city. come on in.
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and we're thrilled to be a part of it. ? ? so just within the square block, you have spike lee right down the block, david rockefeller is on the next block. it's hard to walk down the street and not bump into a familiar face. >> grand and elegant townhome is entertainers' dream come true. >> the house is approximately that we're sitting on is fabulous floor is over 90 feet so you can really have it here. the owner of the house has at least 150 people on just this floor alone. >> five bedrooms. >> five bedrooms. >> eight bathrooms and as tom was saying, let's learn everything about this floor is that you five contiguous rooms for entertainment, meaning as
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they can mingle in the living room. have drinks in the bar on the way to the dining room. it's privately endowed flock association that has historic street lamps. it has some of the most beautiful trees you'll see on a sidewalk outside of central park. the architecture is beautiful. as we step back from the house. you notice extried n and there's a snow shovel system. the house was built in 1872 and in 1872 the brown stones style was very popular, though, some thought by the turn of the century, the owners undertook a major renovation most significantly the georgian facade that was installed. at that time and today it was considered one of the most significant examples of that
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city. >> beyond the entrance doors is a grand forier, hand painted chinese panels embellish the wall. as museum size sculpture transports visitors over a threshold into a gorgeous sitting area. >> people get a sense of when they walk into a house that they kind of know, this is where they belong. from the m the front door, the marble floors, the grand staircase, it gives you a hint of what's to come but doesn't show you everything. then as you move up the staircase, which is so graceful and so elegant, it truly is something. >> you come up the beautiful staircase and you might think that you're about to see re --


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