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breaking news stories. we start with the most active seen at a shooting. >> there are investigators spread out all over montebello. marshall zelinger is talking about -- to police. what do we know at this hour? >> reporter: we know there was a shooting here. the closest intersection is 53rd and chambers. the investigation still goes on as there was a shoo street. what i'm hearing from neighbors is there was a shooting between two different groups on the sidewalk. from the stop sign here, this is a neighborhood used to shooting. these are bullet holes from previous shootings according to the neighbors here. police have been on the scene for quite some time, the shooting taking place a couple of hours ago. the neighbors tell me it's between two rival groups. one was in a car and another group was on the sidewalk. a woman comes out of that house with her brother because they heard gunshots and the daughter
was shot in the face. she was taken to the hospital and will be okay. that daughter told me about multiple shootings in this neighborhood. >> my neighbors are scared of what they are living in because now they can't take the kids out to play. you could see like, 8:00, 6:00, sometimes at 7:00. >> reporter: on that lightpole street across from where we are now is what appears to be a many h it's a camera that a homeowner on the corner tells me was installed at the beginning of last week, likely as a result of multiple shootings here. according to the residents here, multiple people are shooting at each other. a woman who lives in the house here was shot in the face and taken to the hospital. she will be okay. a different scene about a quarter-mile from here. we are still trying to get details from police on if the
the denver hostile is shut down at 16th and washington ann dozens have been told they can't sleep there because it's too dangerous. marc stewart is at the red cross shelter just set up. you spoke to some of the people staying there. >> reporter: and there is a red cross shelter. we are now back at the scene off 16th avenue and it's not that often that the fire department closes down a building but that is exactly what has haen take a look. you can see there is yellow crime tape surrounding the building, preventing people from going inside. we shot some video just about one hour ago when we just got here. you can see topal -- people putting their possessions on the sidewalk. this came after the fire department got a tip that it was unsafe for people to stay here. the fire department did an inspection and decided it was too dangerous. the number of the people who are staying here went to a red
we just talked to a woman who says she will probably get a hotel room. >>reporter: you can hear and what were you told? >> i paid for the week. i don't know what happened. i got here at 8:00 and they said it was closed down by the health department ordinances. i don't know. >> reporter: so, this is often referred to as a youth hostel and it is true a lot of young people stay here. a lot of international students who may be traveling the but there are also a large number of adults who stay here. they also travel across the country. marc stewart, denver 7. >> late reports coming in about a major earthquake in italy. this video just into the newsroom in the last few minutes. the mayor of a mountain town is about 50 miles northeast of room and says residents are
town is "isn't here anymore." be 6.1 magnitude quake was centered northeast of rome. denver 7 is the only news team outside the weld county jail as officer -- sheriff tom haana was arriving. this deals with the sexual assault. for safety reasons, he was taken to a jail outside sedgwick county. he is expected in court tomorrow and denver 7 will be there to bring you breaking updates on air and on the denver 7 app extracts he claimed to be a prosecutors say he was a clock. >> and some patience say they were not only fooled but injured. >> marc stewart has more on the man accused of botching facelifts and tommy talks. >> reporter: carlos fernandez wasn't in the operating room today. he was fleeing the courtroom. at times, he used a jacket to shield his face. the 36-year-old man is accused of pretending to be a plastic surgeon. just look at his booking photo. he was wearing scrubs when he
the dubious doctor was arrested on august 4 and for faces a long list of charges including sexual assault and child abuse. he is accused of injuring at least for patients. according to this court record, when investigators entered his office to serve a search warrant, he was performing an invasive surgical procedure. >> she had been trying to contact him for the past three weeks. >> reporter: patients want answers who shared her story with denver 7. she went to the man for what she thought was a nose job . >> the charge for $3000 for that. >> reporter: she is also worried about a procedure to smooth her for had it says may have caused her headaches. >> she is now questioning was his stuff even washed? does she maybe have an conviction because he didn't properly take care of whatever it was? >> drop from facebook to his own website, he came across as
prosecutors say his appearance was part of his act as a fraudulent physician. >> investigators fear there may be more victims. these cases are rare but if you're looking for a doctor and you are, say, new to town, ask your current doctor for a referral. we have links right now for you on www.thedenverchannel.com this story is all new. remembering a colorado man killed fighting isis in syria. family and friends celebrated the life of levi surely one of two men killed shirley, one of two men fighting -- killed fighting in afghanistan. >> everybody lit these candles as a symbol of a young, bright life gone too soon. >> this is pretty bittersweet. my boy loved birthdays. there is no way we're not giving him a birthday. >> reporter: 25 american flags
he fought with forces called the people's protection unit or why pg in syria -- ypg in syria. >> he goes over there and puts his life at risk for people he has never met and will never meet. that's an incredible accomplishment. >> reporter: a fellow fighter with the ypg he was part of operations with levi jack shirley and explains what drives them to put their lives at risk. >> everybody has their reasons. >> reporter: just like jordan mactaggart, another kurdish fighters from colorado was killed weeks after levi jack shirley. his appearance attended -- his parents attended the memorial and the two families are finding comfort from each
like i keep telling her and she keeps telling me, we have to stick together. >> reporter: a night filled with support and love. >> i smiled when i read his comrade's accounts of him, that he was continuing his comedy shows overseas. >> reporter: celebrating an extraordinary life. >> ? happy birthday to you.>> reporter: just so touching to hear them sing happy birthday. this family is still struggling to bring they have been in contact with a locacongressperson who says he was on the phone with the white house today but as of right now, there is no timeline. liz gelardi, denver 7. new tonight, a chilling report of the final moments of a park county deputy's life. now, we know what the sheriff's department plan was when serving a high risk eviction. jennifer kovaleski is here.
this lengthy report. >> reporter: the cbi report is hundreds of pages long and includes several photos like this one from the crime scene. it cleared all the deputies of wrongdoing but takes us inside the day nate carrigan was killed it provides chilling new details about what went wrong. for the first time in the we are getting a look inside the crime scene where park county deputy nate carrigan was shot and killed while trying to evict a suspect from his home. >> based on the figured he may be physically combative. >> reporter: that is the s.w.a.t. commander providing a first- hand account of what happened. hancock was shot in the air and helped plan the operation. >> there had been talk of making it a s.w.a.t. team call. they didn't feel it warranted that. >> reporter: this whiteboard shows a tactical plan. >> i wanted need to breach if
he is a real big guy. >> reporter: hancock says after nate carrigan made contact with the suspect, he went back inside and that is when hancock started to worry, which led to this. >> i don't even know if i got permission or not, i can't remember, but i told nate to take the door. sometime in there, a massive amount of gunfire came our way. >> reporter: video shows shell casings all over the floor, bullet holes in the floor -- doors and the deputies kicked in and. >> he was evicted. he knew that. why didn't he leave? >> reporter: sheriff wagner stood up for his deputies. >> my deputies were heroes. my deputies did a very difficult job. they did what they were supposed to. >> reporter: nate carrigan's parents have a different opinion which is why they allege the department follow policy. >> we have heard nothing. >> what do you want to say to nate carrigan's parents? >> probably the biggest thing
he wishes they had better tactical gear. i asked what he would say to people who think he should no longer be the sheriff. he said that have probably never been in law enforcement and don't know what it takes. our recent storms have been a nice break from the heat. why that weather could mean you will be spending more at the store. victims of violence and others in need stand to lose their voice where it matters most. de (vo) maybe it was here, when you hit 300,000 miles. or here, when you walked away without a scratch. maybe it was the day you realized your baby was not a baby anymore. every subaru is built to earn your trust. because we know what you're trusting us with. subaru. kelley blue book's most trusted brand.
if someone you love is hurting, you do what you can to help them. hundreds of people stand to lose their hope because of an ugly and deteriorating relationship between an advocacy group and the denver court system. >> reporter: and they are said claims. on one hand, the advocacy group needs public money to do its job. on the other hand, a judicial district in control of pursestrings says the group times. the people may just lose their voice. >> it says i'm learning to fly to levitate myself. no one is teaching me. >> reporter: we find our purpose in life when we get a chance to learn. >> it was for my appreciation of art class. >> reporter: 20-year-old kenya east sites plants or purpose --
purpose at the rossa -- larin was a -- la raza. the organization helps the victims of violence. >> to get them safe and stable. >> reporter: it's especially true in e last year. >> we have made 223 clients safe. we helped 223 clients become stable.>> reporter: the trouble now is between the organization and the 17th judas told -- judicial and district. the organizatioo was funded in part through the victim's assistant -- assistance grant fund. >> for me it's about systemic change. >> reporter: a scathing letter
aloof and untenable. they describe the system as an impermeable wall and claimed the district still has not paid the organization for thousands of dollars of work. gonzales, so frustrated, says the hassle isn't worth it anymore. all $12,000 or so annually. he admits it will come at a cost. >> we won't be able to serve the clients who come to us who have been sexually assaulted, who have been thrown out of their homes are being. intimate partner violence. we won't have adequate funding to serve them. >> reporter: the break and comes to a disagreement on paperwork. >> it's about documentation for the use and purpose of grant funds. >>reporter: that the defending argument from kate horn-murphy, the administrator of the victims assistance fund. denver 7 found documents that prove the organization submitted two different sets of
managing staff and money. she says they've had the opportunity to fix it and explain discrepancies to the fund board members but never did. result is a large chunk of money permanently denied pick >> yes, i can honestly say i have made a good-faith effort to answer all of their requests. in the best way possible. >> reporter: she admits communication could have been better. a concerned that organization has had all along inaccessible over the phone or in person and needs to be a more supportive community partner. >> they have helped me in big ways. major ways. it has made the world smaller. >> reporter: at the end of the day, kenna and others benefit from the organization. >> i am still afraid. i can't control my direction yet.
path. >> just because in this moment in my life, that's what i am doing. >> reporter: of course, la raza is not the only service for low income hispanic individuals. if you would like to find meal -- find more resources we have them www.thedenverchannel.com the rain was nice but the severe weather for weld county farmers was not. % over the weekend, cabbage, corn, and being crops were destroyed in these fields north up really. that means your produce won't be coming from local farms but as far from california. your trip to the store will be more expensive. the weather is changing across the state. we had temperatures in the mid- 90s today in the burlington area. as the sun goes down, the
cl meanwhile, take it to the mountains and the pattern rain showers and even some snow. right now on berthoud pass, the temperatures are holding in the low 30s with white snow falling. pretty crazy stuff. we have a complex storm system moving into the state. tropical moisture from the south and a cold front from the north. it's not going to bring a lot of moisture to the end -- to the denver area tonight. you can see moisture in th a little snow at the higher elevations. 69 degrees right now in downtown, 70 degrees at dia. wins that of the west at 10 miles per hour. the high temperature was 87 degrees. 86 degrees and 57 degrees are the normal. here is the situation. southwestern colorado. a cold front pushing into the state is now stalling over the mountains. with this front draped across the street, we -- estate, we see this moisture for a wet
feet. you may see some snow on the peaks in the morning. we may even have a few light showers for the early morning hours. low temperatures are going to drop to the mid-50s. 60s over the southeast and 37 degrees at leadville. a much cooler day tomorrow. on tte 70 degrees for fort collins, greeley at denver. upper 60s in colorado springs and upper 50s expected in the mountains. across the state. over the northeast plains, some of slope conditions and occasional showers. too cool for severe weather but it could be over the next 48 hours as this front lingers into saturday. a fairly decent soaker for colorado. especially over the central part of the state, an inch or more. we might see a quarter to a half-inch of rain along the are
tonight, it's cooler. a few showers, mostly cloudy and 55 degrees. tomorrow, the high temperature only 70 degrees, mostly cloudy and cool with showers on and off. a cool day thursday with a high of 75 degrees. things start -- starting to brighten up on friday. 82 degrees, 83 degrees. a few storms on saturday. the bright spot sunday 85 degrees. in case you're not quite ready to give up summer time, a 90 degrees coming back for the hot weather fans next month.
over a million ears of corn are picked a day here in olathe, colorado. and i'm glad we have a senator who uses his ears to listen to what's most important to colorado farmers. michael bennet asked what he could do to help, and then worked with republicans to make a
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sadly, we all too often hear about these savage cockfighting rings. what happens to the roosters when the operations are broken up? often they are euthanized but a her mission to save all she can. she has been running the sanctuary we have for years now that just last week took in another 20 from oklahoma. and a lemur is on the way to florida permanently. oliver was busted after biting a toddler last month. the two-year-old child is just fine but the lemur got a one- way ticket to jacksonville. the owner had a ticket for having an aggressive animal.
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out from throwing with a sore right shoulder. turns out he injured it trying to tackle aaron read on pick six. gary kubiak says he still expects him to start against the rams. he is not concerned at this point. >> the is going to be okay. you don't ever want to lose a player but they are going to compete. my plan, i expect him to be there but it's going to be a day to day process.>> reporter: broncos got their leader back he missed all of training camp with a bulging disc in his ack. he says he is looking forward to contributing in a big way. i asked him if he considered retiring after winning the super bowl. >> eyeless think about can i be the best sack leader in the nfl? everything else happened by itself. how consistent can i be and get it to the quarterback? i am taking the same approach this year and like you ssid, i
in the league but i feel like i have a lot left in me. just looking forward to the season. >> reporter: aqib talib, derek wolfe, and dakota watson all missed practice. aqib talib was ill. what about michael scofield and connor montgomery? they are getting extra reps. back to you. >> sports illustrated nfl preview edition. von miller on a regional cover. the bad news is si picks the cardinals to beat the steelers in super bowl 50 one and the broncos not to repeat but si predictions are never right. the rockies down to do to 0 in the 3rd. a crush of ethics by nolan arenado. second deck at miller park. jon gray on the mound. the gray wolf went six innings, 10 strikeouts and then got blown up by his own bullpen again. carlos estevez, welcome back to the big show.
the rockies lose 60 to 4. the must see moment of the week. i can tell you from being a dad and coaching a baseball team, this is everything. coach joel jensen goes to the mound to talk to his son isaiah, who is struggling. >> here comes staff for a conference. >> i just came out to tell you how much i love you as a dad and a player. you are doing awesome out here. this is your last hitter. okay? about a lot but that -- >> i have seen that three times david was proud to be an american soldier. and i know i'm prejudiced because he was my son, but i don't think he had a mean bone in his body. there is not a day that i don't think about david. when i saw donald trump attack another gold star mother,
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