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we start with breaking news, this morning, an officer-involved shooting in denver, prompting an investigation. >> let's go straight to denver's 7 who is live on the scene, amanda, what do we know? >> well, it happened just before 3:00 a.m., this morning, on fox and else worth, about a block away from daily park here in denver. we're told that arrived at around 2:56, for a temp pickup, they were trying to locate a wanted party. the officers tell me that no officers were injured in the shooting, that suspect, though, was shot, he was taken to the hospital. it's unknown what condition he's in right now, but we're told that a second suspect was also arrested. the second suspect was hiding on a rooftop, it's unclear what relationship that second suspect
it ll happened this morning before 3:00 on fox and elsworth here in denver. no officers were injured. -?we're following developments this morning, but i'm live in denver, denver7. also, breaking this morning, residents in larimer county were told to shelter in place overnight, while investigators searched for a shooting suspect. two brothers apparently had gotten into an argument, one shot the other and then ran this happened on overland trail in larimer county, the victim was transported to the hospital. is this a map? the suspect is still out there, people can go about their business this morning, just be cautious, that's what we're being told. the suspect is described as an hispanic man, 140 pounds, last seen wearing a white t-shirt, stained with blood and white shorts. if you see him, call the police. overseas now, a fire at a warehouse in russia has killed
a faulty lamp in the warehouse. flammable liquids and paper products were stored inside. a flash flood emergency issued late last night for downtown kansas city, missouri. it pounded the metro, with 7 inches of rain. the service said some water rescues were reported, we will keep an eye on this situation there and bring you the latest on our free denver7 app. certainly, a busy morning thanks for being with us here on saturday morning. i'm eric lupher. >> and i'm katie lasalle. it will be a nice weekend in terms of weather here across colorado. high pressure will stay in control as we head throughout today, but mostly it will dominate tomorrow, so we still are the slight chance for storms -?in the forecast. mainly in the higher terrain this afternoon. and south of i-70. and clipping portions of the palmer divide later this morning.
temperatures returning today, heading into tomorrow and 90s are in store for next week, so it was feeling a lot like fall over the past few days but we'll continue to feel the heat of summer as we head into this next week. there are chances for a few aaternoon and evening storms, for the most part, the front range should stay dry. here's our 24 hour planner, over the next 24 hour, what we can expect, high temperatures today in the mid to lower 80s, increasing cloud cover, slight chance of storms, mainly between about 5:00 and 8:00 p.m. tonight. mild. highs today across the front range, a little bit warmer than what we've seen in the mid 80s over to the northeast, and then in the metro area, in the lower 80s, the foothills seeing the 60s and 70th. also, preseason game tonight, starting at 7:00, a few storms will end early, overall, we'll see mostly clear skies, very pleasant condition, perfect football weather, vial your have your 7-day forecast coming up.
identifying thisan, in connection with an assault on the high line trail. the assault waa reported yesterday afternoon, he is described aa a black man with short dread locks and a beard. last seen wearing bag by gray sweatpants, a purple shirt and a black and white nitted hat. call the police. this man, brian rivera is charged with reckless manslaughter. after his wife was shot and killed in a force member. the victim's name is not being released until a coroner makes a positive id, he is being held on a $50,000 bond. a construction worker was killed last night, he was hit by a semi truck, it happened at highway 119, weld county road 5, not far from longmont. the man was directing traffic when he was hit. police are now investigating what caused the crash. a mystery this morning, human remains were found in the wood there is last night,
have been there. they say it could be anywhere between a year and ten years. so some clothes and other items were found with the bones and the remains will be tested on tuesday. we asked investigators, they say they have no reason to believe that these remains could belong to dillon red wine t 13-year-old who disappeared in dur rang, 60 miles away, only some of his remains have been found. this morning, we are learning much more about a fort co killed by the police after officers say jerry jackson came at them with a knife. we looked into jackson's past, he just filed for divorce a couple of months ago, he's been arrested before, for dust and domestic violence. well, this is a really difficult story to tell, this young mother is now dead. chelsea russell died while saving her two-year-old soo, at lake powell in utah.
people about her. she loved being a mom. >> still trying to process it because you know, i'm >>reporter: there is sadness but very little surprise. when chelsea russell risked her own live as she saved her two-year-old son..3 >> she loved her children so much, i mean, i'm not surprised that she would be the person that would jump in and try to because she was just like that. >>reporter: russell was with her son here at she saved him, but she was found unconscious in the water. she didn't make it. >> she made other moms, including myself, feel that she was the best mom we'd ever seen. >>. >>reporter: chelsea's passion was the environment, she took the bar exam two days after giving birth. >> she was smiling all the time, a sun beam in the law school.
athlete, chelsea russell was just 35 years old. >> mind mog ling at how many people cared about her and she cared about them. >> neither had life jackets on at the time. cpr was performed for 30 minutes, but it wasn't enough to save her life. she died of heart failure. the search is intensifying, if you know who this man is, you in all, 35 guns were taken from jumping jack cash. and this man, may have broken into several cars in rocky mountain national park, he made off with several purses and credit cards, he used those cards to buy camping equipment, if he looks familiar, call the police. getting around loveland is about to change, bus stops are closing down there. the city says the bus shelters at the orchard shopping center, they have to go. this is partially because the
using the shelters as a place to stay. some of those who ride the buses, they say they have seen everything from fights to drug deals, the city of loveland is still deciding where to move the stops. denver public schools says it's checking the water at schools for lead, but not because it's a problem, they're just being proactive. this comes after the lead was found in the water at other school districts, including jeff co. fountain creek is contaminated, 8,000 gallons of the spill has killed a lot of fish. parks and wildlife can't even estimate how many have been pulled out of the water there. an aurora man will spend the next two months in a jail cell for pretrending to be a police officer, antonio was sentenced yesterday, he was pulled a woman over last year, apparently, he had flashing lights, a niform and a gun. brighton police are making another plea for any information
on i-76 near 1366 cindy was hit and killed there last week. police say she was involved in a crash and as hit after she got out of her car, then died. still ahead, airlines across the nation are struggling to hire and keep pilots, this morning, pilots with delta are threatenning to go on strike. and a hea up this morninn
s a mazda, why the company is rrcalling 180,000 cars this morning. welcome back, starting ii 50 minutes at 8:00, the color run back in denver, it's happening the coors field parking lots this morning, you can still register if you want, even though the thing starts in less than an hour, but if you live nearby and you want to do it, go registee. >> yeah, great weather for it too, this morning. nice and cool. >> and in the 80s later today. a heads up this morning if you drive a mazda, the auto maker is call rauling 190,000 --
cx 7 sports, 2007 to 2012, water could leak into the parts of the car and cause problems with the steering, there have been no injuries or crashes. pilots are threatening to leave the cockpit for the picket lines, they are demanding 37% raises. the pilots union says their members wages have yet to catch up where they were before they took pay uts to help the company make up losses. thousands of people could lose top coopetitors in the beer industry. under the merrer, deal, three percent of the work force will be cut after the two companies merge. they didn't say how many jobs will go, but annual reports show usch had more than 150,000 employees at the end of 2015. and miller 70,000. that could mean more than 6,000 job cuts. well, we are all know going
chu start testing for the zika virus, that's what the blood donation center is telling us, one day after a new odder from the fda -- new rder from the fda. blood banks already test donations for hiv, hepatitis, west nile, and other blood orn virusss. this is a story you will only see here on denver7. ?icture this. you wait in line to renew your driver's license, only to be told nope. because there's a hold from the state you have never ever been
home for 40 years, she says new jersey put a hold on her license. >> but the problem is she has never even been there. here's liz geraldi. >> an our later after going through multiple line, they gave me back my money. and said they couldn't give me my driver's license. >>reporter: you can imagine nancy's frustration. she says the colorado dmv won't renew her license because there's a hold in new jersey. it gets worse. >> and one to in new jersey indicated that this had something to do with a suspended license in alabama in 2013. i've also never been to alabama. >>reporter: life got in the way, her license expired, and she didn't realize it. until she was at the bank, trying to transfer money for an upcoming trip. a spokesperson for the colorado dmv admit this is can happen.
same name and birthday. and you thought your last trip here was a nightmare. we contacted the new jersey motor commission, they're looking into it. without a license, nancy couldn't rent a car, and cancelled her trip. she was supposed to travel out of state for a funeral. it's tommrrow. >> so it's been an or deal. >>reporter: the frustration, she tried to renew her license nearly a month ago. she is still waiting. colorado dmv officials say it' jersey's hands. >> i feel very insulted and offended that this has happened. >> a spokesperson says now it's up to nancy to work with the other state to verifshe's not the person on that hold, and again, that's what she says she's trying to do for weeks now, once that's verified, the other state will provide a letter of clearance finally allowing her to get her license. well, this next story is
involve a plane or a bird, this is unusual for people. a man started screaming at omaha's airfield saying someone was trying to kill him, that's when he ran into a parking garage. stripped down to his underwear, and jumped? a running truck. he drove that truck right on to the tarmac, and into the plane, as passengers were boarding. good lord. no one was seriously injured, though, the man is getting a mental evaluation. well, take a look at this surveillance video, from a liquor store in canada, two gear, right there, they're breaking into the store, and then, what they end up doing is taking off with beer. were able to get in, and get away with an undisclosed amount of beer. we do know that the sports gear bandits are still on the loose. the things you will do for a party. whatever they were doing. this beer. >> i lived in canada, and beer
>> you know. >> don't combine the two by breaking into someplace, right? >> exactly. going to be nice today, warmer. >> yes, warmer, so i love those kind of cooler fall-like days that we saw recently, but today, we'll be back with sunshine and a slight chance of stofrms, but -- storms, but the temperatures are in the low 80s, we'll start to warm up in the 90s next week. but what you're looking at this moderning is a dense fog advisory for portions eastern plains until 9:00. if you are driving across the% eastern plains this morning, practice caution, this is the view right now from holyoke. please be careful and use the headllghts and leave plenty of space if you are driving. elsewhere across the state, loveland ski area this morning, take a look attthis, a beautiful start to our day in the hike, very cool there right now, we'll see temperatures in the mountains in the 60s and 70s, later on this afternoon. downtown denver, as well as at
degree, mostly clear skies, a mix of sun nd clouds throughout the morning, the humidity right now up to about 80%, so it's pretty high at this hour, but this percentage will drop as we head throughout the modern xg in the afternoon and -- morning and the afternoon and the sun continues to warm things up throughout the afternoon. the highs today, really we'll stay pretty pleasant in the lower 80s across much of the front range, a mix of sun and clouds, and increasing cloud coverage into the later portions of this evening, but overnight, temperatures are staying pleasant in the upper the state will stay in the 80s in the western slope, still feeling very pleasant. 60s and 70s for the mountains, leadville getting up to about 59 degrees today. lamar, la junta in the mid 90s and mid 80s across the plains. the risk for storms today, mainly the higher elevations and south of i-70 have the best chance for seeing any stronger storms later on this afternoon. and into the early evening hours, and with these, we could see pockets offheavy rain, small
so we'll be sure to keep an eye on those. if and when they develop later on today. the front range, we aren't expecting much in the way of rainfall, can't rule out the chance of a storm or two as the clouds increase later on tonight. 55 is the overnight low, and tomorrow, we'll start the day sunny and pretty dry for the next little while. take a look at the 7-day forecast, a big change from what we were looking at last week, lookkat the temperaaures, gradually warm back up, it is not fall just yet, summer is still sticking with start the week. a chance for a few storms, mostly come next week. at the end of it, but today we'll keep an eye on those for youuthis afternoon and highs in the low 80s and a lot to doo3 today, so it will be great weather for it. >> i found this on the desk, what is this? >> longmont is having the ie throw down. so, if you want to participate in what they're calling the world's potentially largest pie fightt >> i love it. >> looks good. >> i'll be there.
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football is really back, cheerleaders, friday night lights. 0 week, got great in the fourth, mustangs unanswered, dominique cross field to ffnd wide open adrian jackson, good for a five-yard td, under 30 seconds to play, tied, third anddtwo. ryan and marquette. game winning drive, marquez, 254 yards passing, panthers hold 28-21. >> good morning, welcome in to
today, we witnessed the broncos all-important preseason game number three with the los angeles ram, we won't see demarcus wwre, but he's made sooe significant strides in returning to his usual form of crushing quarterbacks. what's hampering him is a bulging disk in his back. he returned to practice on tuesday, he's done light work in individual drills. told troy heee he played at 70%, which is kwar ri. ware has been a force in the rank for seasons. when pressed on retirement after finishing 2015 on top. he's preparing for the season opener and believes he'll bolster. >> someone asked me, you know, since you won the super bowl,
be you know, after you. i said, no, i said, you've got to flip it around and say, you know, we've always been the chaser. that's what type of team we are. we always feel like we're behind the curb, we're chasing the prey, we'reedoing better. competition, trying to be the best. >> and head over to our website, thedenverchannel.com, the five questions for the broncos with the rams, aqib talib, will be making the preseason debut. let's kick it. rapids in a weekday tilt on the road last night, against rio salt lake, the battle for the rocky mountain cup. the team has got to take on salt lake. 5th minute did that. dominique, crushes it and puts it where it belongs off the rebound. but tied in the 39th, went ahead for good, just 9 minutes later. had both goals, rio salt lake overtakes the rapids in the standings and they ettthe
league debut. took the l. rocks rotation ran into a big league bruiseer in brice happener, 7th inning, a 2-one triple, part of a six run unanswered scores for the nats, all right. back to the broncos now, quarterback mark sanchez, posted this on ins gra gram yesterday, check out the -- instagram yesterday. check out the names. after taking a closer look, of their faces are mcman nis. the image was captioned with a head scratching emoji. like a who's who of where's mark? where is he? who knows. mark sanchez, a heavy duty in ?his game against the rams. hope you enjoyed it. thanks, jahmai. well, this is a story like none
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breaking now, an officer-involved shooting in denver, an investigation is underway. >> let's go to amanda who is live on the scene. what's the latest? >>reporter: well, police arrived just before 3:00 this morning, trying to locate a wanted person. again, we are on a elswornth, a block away from daily park here in denver. when the police made contact with the suspect, the shootout happened. we're told that the suspect was hit, but the police officers were not, the police officers weren't injured at all in this shootout..3 that suspect was hit and taken to a hospital. we're told that a second suspect was also arrested, it's unclear what relationship the second suspect and the first suspect shared, but the second suspect
again, here at fox ann elsworth, we're following development, some investigators just arrived on the scene. we'll follow the developments and bring you any updates that we get throughout the morning. denver7. let's take you to italy, the death toll rises again, the people. that 6.2 magnitude earthqqake that struck on wednesday. this morning, reports of a another 4.2 magnitude after shock rattled the region, bod hour. today, marks a day of mourning, there's also a state funeral for some of the victims. back here at home, 7:31 onn3 this saturday, it's going to be a little bit warmer, we saw a cooldown last week, summer temps are back. >> in the 80s and 90s as we start next week, but this weekend, slightly warm, but highs today across the front range in the low 80s. -?our radar and satellite this morning across colorado, some activity to the southwest, but
partly cloudy. summertime temperatures, they are back in the forecast, we're not into fall just yet. the official first day of fall is september 22nd, we have little bit more time there, a few showers and afternoon storm s are likely, especially for portions of the higherr3 elevations, and south of i-70, clipping portions of the palmer divide, later this afternoon. as we start next week, a lot drier and hotter, we do have a dense fog advisory in effect, a live picture from holyoke, there, very dense fog is across the northern plains to start this morning r it will stay in effect until 9:00, once the fog starts to dissipate. but elsewhere, across the state, the rocky mountain national park visitor center, a beautiful start to the day, a lot of afternoon and evening thunderstorms, so the grass is nice and green, a pretty place to be. downtown, the humidity will drop throughout the afternoon and winds currently are from the southwest.
the front range. you can see the 60s and 70s across the foothills, the low 80s in greeley and fort collins and denver expecting a high of 83, i'll have your 7-day forecast though and when the 90s return exactly coming up in a bit. look at this. board members walking out of a meeting in fort collins during the public comments section. heath little is talking about his son being hit when he was a client of foothills gateway, that's a service for people with disabilities. board mb over, and wouldn't stop. so he walked out. >> in hindsight, maybe we shouldn't have walked out on it, but we've been dealing with him for since may. and he keeps saying the same thing over and over and over and over again. >> mstance is that morally, they have an obligation there to apologize and do something about it. >> the nonprofit says little sent them a letter last spring, seeking a substantial monetary donation.
take a look at these two school lunches. real live different, right? and -- really different, right? a food injustice within denver public schools, they say lower income schools of denver aren't getting the sameequality of food at school. a group of moms with -- asked to look into the problem, denver schools tell us they are already making changes in the school sgls two best friends born just days apart, in canada, found out this week they were switched at birth. 41 years ago. >> could you imagine? it took a dna test to confirm what they had suspected they say their entire lives and it's an understatement that ese men, are upset. >> we want answers, we want answer, they want answers. >> i don't know what to say, so. >> wow. there is a big investigation, because this isn't the first time this has happened. believe it or not.
born, other babies were switched. well, your voice, your vote, we have new know toes of donald trump -- photos of donald trump arriving in aspen thursday night. he was about 3 hours late, though, to his own party. apparently, his plane was just too big, so he had to land at eagle county's airport first, before taking a private plane to aspen. well, this morning, we are fact checking on the campaign trail, donald trump caals a 400 million dollar payment to iran, a ransom, and a clinton ally says the presidential hopeful didn't blur at the lines at her time at the secretary of state, two claims marshall zelinger are putting through the truth meter. >> 400 million dollars in cash. he denied it was for the hostages but its was. >> donald trump on tte campaign trail, claiming 400 million paid to iran, back in january, on the
were set free were in his words a ransom, a claim the obama administration denied and won they started digging into. >> the obama administration, the optics of this are not ideal. now, it definitely looks fishy and it raises a lot of eyebrows. >>reporter: iran had a legitimate claim to the money as mart of a decades lonn financial dispute with the u.s.. some experts saying that because of that, the release of the 400 million once the american prisoner, were headed back to the u.s. was more like leverage, than ransom. and saying trump o claim, rates his statement as mostly false. i do know that she has abided by the ethics agreement that she signed at the beginsing which was not to take any action on the part of the state depprtment that mixed business. >>reporter: jennifer -- taking to the air waves a batch of newly released e-mails set off another debate over whether clinton blurred the lines of the
name, and the politicaa connection she has during hhr time as secretary of state. >> she's missing the point here, the broader point, there was supposed to be a firewall between the two interests and these e-mails are showing there are blurred lines. >>reporter: 44 questionable e-mails that were uncovered that makes the claims mostly false. >> last year, several media outlets recorded the clinton foundation may have violated the memorandum of the state department, by not disclosing certain donations it received over the year, i'm marshall zelinger, on politics unplugged. today, green party candidate jill stein is in colorado springs, and fort collins, to campaign. and tomorrow, she'll head to denver and boulder. a heads uu to driver this is morning about a road closure in downtown denver this weekend, bannocilk, wl be closed from 14th -- it is being put in place
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>> and one of my favorite songs is by that group. august is breast feeding awareness month. our partnnrs want to take time to give tips to new breast feeding mothers who are heading back to work. it's important to get your baby used to taking breast milk ffom a bottle. >> once breast feeding is established, to offer your baby a bottle, a small pumped breast milk. your partner can do that, to get the baby used to taking the bottte. >> you should drop the baby off at the sitter's house or day care and go to work beforehand and prepare yourself for heading back to work. 750,000 fitness programs at clubs nationwide and 2000 clubs are in denver alone. >> yeah, but in the whole
shannon ogden. >> this is the one and only healthy me project, a fitness program exclusively for adults with disabilities. four years ago, a founder, a fitness trainer was asked to help a young man named briannn lose weight, she has downs sin dream, and severely obese. >> i was afraid to work with somebody with a disability because i didn't feel like i >>. >>reporter: she figured out what worked and didn't work for brianna. she lost 108 pounds and hughes discover some effective fitness practices that she decided to open up to all adults with developmental disabilities. >> sometimes our athletes will
gain strength, they gain social strength. >>reporter: it consists of a group work out. they are paired with a mentor. denver7 contributor has been in it since the first class. >> i gained strength and independence and gooo nutrition, and all of these things are opportunitiess -- >> you've got to be in good shape to keep up with me. >> there is apparently a big need for the program like this. an estimated 78 percent of adult men with downs syndrome are overweight. >> the bottom, two count, up. ready, and again. down. >>reporter: katrina is one of
her mom renee is interpreting. >> what changes have been made -?in your lifestyle? more food than vegetables. >> what are your proudest moments through the healthy me project? >> she lost about ten pound. >>reporter: it makes no money, but everyone here is richer because of it. the healthy me project was awarded a $10,000 will be used to expand. hughes says it's easy to envision helping me in all 50 states. but for now, the focus is on those working out today, working to improve their lives, working for the next high-five. >> always a pleasure to me. >> such a great program. well, the next session starts this weekend, workouts in centennial ann colorado springs, and you can look for this story on thedenverchannel.com, on the health page for a link for more
mars, nasa picked united launch alliance to send a rover to the planet in 2020. this mission is the next big step in nasa's mars exploration project. skiers and snowboarders, it's time to buy your passs and gear, the powder day deal started yesterday, runs through several resorts are offering discounted passes, the colorado ski and golf starts. they are starting. more information on tte denver7 app. >> it's back up and running. it's going to be 80s today, so don't have to think about that yet. >> we're not thinking winter time yet. it did feel like fall the last few days, but yes, lit be 90 degrees by the time we start
guy, but our satellite and doppler radar is showing a nice start tor the day. portions highlighted in gray across the eastern plains, burlington, rey, holyoke, foggy up there, this will stay in effect until 9:00 this morning. just be aware of the visibility. this is the live view now from holyoke, very, very dense fog. our loveland not showing up right at this moment, but it's a beautiful start to the day in the high country, partly cloudy skies. cool conditions, highs in the mountains today in the 60s and 70s. but our 24 hour planner across 80s this afternoon, we'll see plenty of sunshine this morning, some incleesing cloud coverage, a -- increasing cloud covvrage, a little bit later on between
dry and very pleasant. highs today across the state, a little warmer than what we've seen recently in grand junction, up to about 80 degree, 69 in aspen, with 76 expected ii eagle. and then across the northeastern plain, as well as the denver metro area, you can see mid 80s, and then even low 90s down to the southeast in lamar. the futurecast across the front range, what we can expect throughout the morning, as you can see, plenty of sunshine, to develop today, and sunscreenn hydrate, it's still summertime. by noon, we do have a chance for seeing a couple of storms, making their way into the higher elevations, really by 4:00 today. as you caa see, the foothills, slight chance for seeing those storms that develop, just be aware that they hhve the potential to produce heavy rain, and gusty winds up to 40 miles per hour about but taking a look around the denver metro area, as you can see, we aren't expecting
precipitation here, but we can't rule out the slight chance later on. overnight tonight, we should stay very pleasant. also, it is broncos preseason game against the l.a. ram, kick off at 7:00. we do have a chance for storms, they'll end very early, so overall, a very mild and pleasant night. for the game, should stay in the 60s and 70s. so 55 is our overnight low. so we'll start tomorrow on a sunny note and mid 80s -?so this weekend, it will feel very lovely outside, we'll start to see the temperatures ramp back up as we head into monday, tuesday, wednesday, that's where the upper 80s and low 90s. in the mid and upper 50s, low 60s as we start to ramp up the temperatures again, high pressure will remain very dominant as we start next week. >> summer is back, that's good. all right. ebb, our friends at the denver
if you didn't get your fill of dogs during national dog day yesterday, you can check out the bug mix, he's a little camouflaging my coat, but he looks just like my pug, i've got laurie, talk about him. >> well, they say four years and nine months, five years old. he is a really, really sweet guy. >> he is. >> he has no identity crisis, he's got a pink harness on and he doesn't care. i believe he's house broken. a lot of his business outside. >> good. >> his pen was totally clean when i went to pick him up. you know, with pug, you have to be careful, harnesss are better for them.
geological makeup here, the short little snouts. >> yeah. >> and you don't want to have a hereby on them. >> right. >> neck and stuff. he was having a little issue with the collar, that's why we found a little pink halter. >> but that's okay. a bronco one at pet smart right now, i need to go get one for my pug. >> absolutely. >> but pugs are pretty rare at shelters right? >> yeah, i've never seen one at the denver animal shelter. >> oh, wow. >> never. i'm sure there have been. >> bau >> yeah, and they're sweet, sweet dogs. >> i know, they are. >> a great personality. i don't know, you know, since you're a pug owner, you probably know better, but i don't think they have very many bad habits. >> no, he makes weird noise sz. >> oh, that's key. >> he snores at night, but that's okay. >> a lot of people snore. >> exactly. he needs a new home anddi'd take him home.
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a man possibly armed still on the run this morning, two argument, one shot the other and ran off near overland trail in larimer county. people can go about their business this morning, you should just be cautious, that's what the police are saying. denver police are asking for your help identifying this man, wanted in connection to an a assault on the high line
black man with short dread locks and a beard, last seen wearing baggy gray sweatpants, the purple shirt on the left and a black and white knitted hat. i'm in denver this morning, offiier-involved shooting here on fox and -- a block away from daily park, again, here in denver, we know that when the police arrived just before 3:00 this morning, the suspect and the police entered in a shootout and that's when the s were injured this morning but that suspect was taken to the hospital. i'll be live at the top of the next hour, denver7. well, for exhausted new parents, you may fry to catch a -- try to catch a few moments of sleep while your baby sleeps. >> she takes these photos of her 4-month-old daughter dressed in costumes while she naps, pictures, of course, are going
pop culture icons like john snow, pikachu and stranger thing, i think that's the stay puff marshmallow man. >> that's what it is. >> do you try to dress your dogs up at all? >> no, i don't. halloween costumes every once in ail while. halloween is coming up. >> it's still feeling like summer in the next 7-days, as you can see, a much different 7-day forecast than this time last week. we're ex even lower 90s as we get into the middle of next week. we will be back at 8:00 for more news for you. a new music festival if a different part of town, the rhino district, the start of a bigger project, stay with us, this is denver7 saturday
we start with breaking news this morning, an officer-involved shooting in denver, prompting an investigation. >> go straight to the scene. what do you know? >>reporter: [ inaudible ] the hospital -- [ inaudible ]. >> we know that one suspect was early this morning, now, it all happened just before 3:00 a.m., here on fox and elsworth. when officer got here, they were attempting to locate a wanted person. it's unclear what that person was wanted for, what charges that person was facing, but when they got here, that's when the shootout happened. we're told that no officers were injured but that suspect was hit and again, taken to the
unclear what relationship that second suspect shares with that first. but that second suspect was found hiding on the roof of a house, again on fox and elseworth this morning. we're following the investigation. denver7. also, breaking this morning, residents in larimer county wwre -?told to shelter in place overnight while investigators searched for a shooting suspect. two brothers apparently had gotten into an paurment, one shot the other and -- an ran off. in larimer county on overland trail. the suspect is still out there. and is believed to be armed. people can go about their business this morning, though, you should just be cautious. the suspect is described as a hispanic man, 14 pounds. if you see #1sh 140 pounds. overseas, a fire at a warehouse in russia has killed
fire was caused by a faulty lamp in tte warehouse. flammable liquids and paper products were stored inside. turning now to severe weather, a flash flood emergency issued late last night for downtown kansas city, missouri. this after a wave of short storms pounded the metro with nearly 7 inches of rain, forced some parts of the city to shut down. several water rescues reported. 8:00 a.m thanks for being with us, i'm eric lupher. >> and i'm katie lasalle. it is a nice start to the day, it will feel like summer this weekend. >> 80s are back. >> we were in the 70s and the lower 80, it will be feeling nice, enjoy it. it will be a great day, a lot going on all a around town all throughout colorado throughout the day today. and into this evening, broncos preseason game at 7:00 tonight. this morning, the radar and satellite showing a calm start
southwest, but for the most part, across the front range, we'll sfart feeling a little more like summertime, today, heading into tomorrow. there is a slight chance of showers and storms in the front range later on this afternoon and the early porss of this evening. for -- portions of this evening. for the most part, we should stay dry and warm through the next week ith 90s back in the 7-day forecast. the temperatures, though, outside right now, are starting off on a cool note, in the upper 50s in denver, 39 leadville. mid 40s across the mountains and western slope seeing temperatures in the upper 50s. we do have a dense fog advisory for portions of the northeastern place, holyoke, visibility reduced to about a quarter of a mile or less and that will stay in effect for about the neet hour or so. rocky mountain national park, we're starting off the day, partly to mostly cloudy skies, but plenty of sunshine is in store for this afternoon. 57 right now, downtown, 59 at
dropping at 62%. we'll see the percentages drop throughout the morning hours. and the highs in the lower 80s in denver, 84 in greeley, same in fort collins, 60 s and 70s across the mountains with lower 80s in the western slope, but today, it will be warm, tomorrow, it will be even warmer and then sooil have your 7-day -- i'll have your 7-day forecast in a bit. new this morning, denver police are asking for your help identifying this man, who assault on the high line connection trail. you t assault was reported yesterday, the suspect is a black man with short dreadlocks and a beard, he was last seen wearing baggy ray sweatpants and a black and hite knitted hat. this man, brian lebron rivera is charged with reckless manslaughter after his wife was shot and killed in aurora t. 21-year-old is a buckley air force base military member, the
released until the coroner makes a positive id. riveria is being held on a $50,000 bond. a construction worker was killed last night, hit by a semi truck. it happened on highway 119, weld county road 5, that's not far from longmont. the man was directing traffic when he was hit. police are now investigating what caused the crash. a mystery this morning near the spring, human remains were found in the woods there last night. investigators say they don't even know how long those have been there. it could be anywhere between a year and ten years. some clothes and other iet pts were found -- items were found with the bones. the remain on tuesdayy we asked and the investigators say they have no reason to believe that these remains could belong to red wine, the 13-year-old who disappeared in durango, 60 miles away. this morning we are learning much more about a fort collins man shot and killed by the police after officersssay jerry
knife, it happened at this home along 287. we looked into jackson's past, he had just filed for divorce a couple of months ago, he's been arrested for before for dui and domestic violence. this is a really difficult story to tell. this young mother is now dead, chelsey russell died while saving herrtwo-year-old. this happened near lake powell in utah. now, denver7's mark stewart talked to the people across the denver metro area about russell, and they say she was a talented lawyer, being a mother. >> i'm still trying to process it because you know, i'm devastated. >>reporter: there is sadness, but very little surprise..3 when chelsey russell risked her own life, as she saved her two-year-old son. just ask hhr friend, and law school professor. >> she loved her children so much, i mean, i'm not surprised that she would be thh person that wwuld jump in and try to save somebody, because she was just like that. >>reporter: russell was with her son here at lake powell, she
moving houseboat. she saved him but she was found unconscious in the water. >> she made other moms, including myself, feel that she was the best mom we'd ever seen. >>reporter: chelsey's passion was the environment. she took the bar exam, just two days after giving birth. >> she was smiling, all the time, she was just sort of a sun beam in the law school. >>reporter: a lawyer, athlete. chelsey russell was just 35 year s old. >> mind boggling how many lives she touched and how many people cared about her and she cared about them. >> neither chelsey or her son were wearing life jackets at the time. she died of heart failure. if search is intensifying for whoever swiped dozens of guns from the pawnshop in thornton. have you seen this video?
is, get a $10,000 reward. in all, 35 guns were taken from jumping jack cash. and this man, may have broken into several cars in rocky mountain national park, he made off wwth several purses and credit cards, he used those cards to buy camping equipment. if he looks familiar, call the police. getting around loveland, it's about to change, some bus the city says the bus shelters- at the orchard shopping center just have to go. and it's partially because the homeless use the shelters there as a place to stay, and some those who ride the buses say they have seenneverything from fights to drug deals. denver public schools says it's checking the water at schooos for lead, and this isn't because they think it's a problem, they're just being proactive. this comes after lead was found in the other water, including jeff co.
into the creek. the spill has killed a lot of fish. parks and wildlife can't he's mate how manyyhave been pulled out of the water. two months in a jail cell for pretenting to be -- pretending to be a police officer. he pulled a woman over last year, he had flashing lights, a uniform and even was carrying a gun. brighton police are making another plea for any information about a deadly hit-and-run on i-76 near 136th, 51-year-old cindy was hit and kill there had last week, police say she was involved ii a crash and was hit after she got out of her car and then died..3 still ahead, airlines across the nation are struggling to hire and keep pilots in the first place, and now this morning, pilots with delta are threatening to go on strike.
welcome back, 8:11. here's a look over downtown denver. bright and sunny, mid 80s, we'll hit the mid 80s across the plains, the metro area, a little bit cooler in the high country, buu we knew summer was. coming back. >> still august. you have time until the fall starts, right? >> well, a heads up this morning if you drive a mazda, the auto maker is recalling 190,000 of its cx 7 sports, the mod are 2007 to 2012. they say water could leak into parts of the car and cause you to lose control of your steering, so far, there have been no injuries or crashes because of this issue. delta airlines pillts are planning to leave the cockpit for the picket lines. the pilots are at the atlanta headquarters, they are demanding 37% raises, the pilots union says their members wanls have yet to catch up with where they m were before they took pay cuts to help the company make up losses. thousands of people could
top competitors in he beer usch -- the go ahead to buy the competitor sab miller, but under the mmrger deal, 3% of the work force will be cut after the two companies merge. they department say how many job -- didn't say how many jobs will usch had more than 150,000 employees at the end of 2015, and miller had 70,000. so that could mean more than 6,000 bs well, we all know that the dmv can give us a headache sometimes but for one local woman, that stress has gone to an even higher level. why she says that the dmv won't renew her license because of some hold in another state, a state she's never been to. nd highs today across the strange, feeling pleaaant to the
the blood center will start testing for the zika vvrus, that's what the blood donation center is telling us, one day after a new order from the fda. there's concern that the virus could contamination the nation's blood supply. they already test for blood born virus sgls you wait in line to renew your driver's license only to be told no, because there hold from the state you've never ever been to. >> it happened to one local woman who has called colorado license. 40 years, she says new- >> but the problem is, she's never been there. here's liz geraldi with the full story. >> an hour later after going through multiple line, they gave meeback my money, and said they couldn't give me my driver's license. >>reporter: you can imagine, nancy's frustration. she says the colorado dmv won't
it gets worse. >> and one person that i talked to in new jersey indicated that this had something to do with the suspended license in alabama in 2013. where i've also never been to alabama. >>reporter: life got in the way, her license expired and she didn't realize it until she was at the bank trying to transfer money for an upcoming trip. a spokesperson for colorado dmv admits this can happen, sometimes records become tied to same name and birthday. and you thought your last trip here was a nightmare. we contacted the new jersey motor vehicle commission. officials say they're looking into it. without a license, nancy couldn't rent a car,,and cancelled her trip. she was supposed to travel out of state for a funeral. it's tomorrow. >> so it's been an ordeal. >>reporter: the frustration, she
nearly a month ago. >> i feel very insulted and offended that this has happened. >> a spokesperson with the colorado dmv says now it is up to nancy to work with the other state to verify that she's not the person on that hold. and again, that's what she says she's been trying to do for weeks now. but once that is verified, the other state will provide a letter of clearance, finally allowing her to get her license. well, this just weird. an accident on the tarmac in omaha didn't involve another plan, this is an unusual one. here's why. a man started screaming ot omaha's airfield. he jumped into a running truck and ran it on to the tarmac. thankfully, no one was seriously hurt. the man is getting a meant lt
surveillance video, it's from a liquor store in canada. in it, you can see two people, there's the second one, dressed in sports gear, they break into the store, and then they end up taking off with cases of beer. now, take a look. one of the men in full hockey goal tender attire with the goal stick, they were able to get away with an undisclosed amount of beer. they are still on the loose. the beer is probably no longer the n >> there you go. i. it's going to be nice. >> perfect. >> i think so, at least, yeah, lit be very sunny throughout the morning, some increasing cloud coverage. also, making their way on to the foothills, a little bit later on, but right now, a look at the radar and satellite, some but just increasing cloudurango- coverage there. radar and satellite, is showing
advisory inneffect until 9:00 this morning, so just be aware, ?f you are driving across the plains, this morning, for the next about 40, 50 minutes or so, just be aware that that visibility is very, very low. about a quarter of a mile or less, in places like holyoke. this is our view right now from our viaero camera there, as yyu can see, very, very dense fog. but in pueblo, colorado state fair, kicks off and through september 5th, so it's a beautiful day, we'll start to see some clouds this afternoon, but 89 is our pueblo, if you are heading out% to the fair, a great day to do so, also, plenty to do around downtown denver, 58 degrees outside right now, feeling very pleasant to start our day. wind from the southwest around 8 miles per hour. clear blue skies. here's our planner throughout the day, some increasing cloud coverage, 83 is our expected high in the metro. and then mid to lower 80s across the front range and overnight% tonight, staying mild with partly cloudy skies. highs today, elsewhere, 81 in
aspen, 76 is our expected high in eagle, mild 70s as well in steamboat and the mid to lower 80s and upper 80s in pueblo and lower 90 to the southeast in lamar and la junta. a mix of sun and clouds, our normal is 85, we're just right where we should be for this time of the year. our futurecast hour-by-hour today, a lot of the eastern portion of the ssate saying ver dry, mostly clear throughout the morning, some increasing cloud coverage. rain in the mountains and into boulder county and portions of the metro could get clipped with a storm or two. but just be aware that any of these storm storms developing, we do have the potential for heavy rain, small hail and gust% winds, we shouldn't see much in the way of severe weather over the next 7-days, great news. broncos preseason game at 7:00, once those chances for a few
and pleasant. 55, partly cloudy conditions, and then tomorrow, as we start day, very sunny, and warm once again in the mid 80s, here's our 7-day forecast. and yep, that is a 90-degree, two 90-degree days on tuesday and wednesdaa, this weekend, we should stay mostly sunny, sunday is the bright spot. wind should stay relatively calm throughout the afternoon. after that, a few storm chances pass, we how clear. >> a couple of weekends left for water world, any water park around town. >> have you been yet? >> yeah, i went this summer. >> okay. >> did all of the rides. i love it every time, the wade pool, i'm a little kid every >> wee. >> well, demarcus ware's health continues to improve. >> what was that? >> i can picture it, goiig down the water slide. >> talking football, regular season, almostere, we've got a few preseason game, including
cheerleaders and friday night lights. mustangs capped 21 unanswered. across the field to find adrian jackson, that's good for five yard td and a 21-14, und seconds to play, tied. third and two. 16 yard slant. 15 play, 59 yard game winning drive. marquez 254 yards passing 3 scores, panthers hold 28-21. good morning, and welcome in to sports extra, jahmai webster here with you. the all-important preseason game number three with the los angeles rams, now, we won't
ware, but he's made significant strides in returning to the form of crushing quarterbacks, what's hampering him is a bulging disk in his back. d. ware returned to practice tuesday, he's done light work in individual drills and told the broncos insider troy, he feels better now than he did during estimating he played at 70% chshgs is scary. ware has been a force in the league for 12 seasons and at 34, when presssd to retirement finishing 2015 on top. he's preparing for the season opener in a couple of weeks and believes he'll bolster an already stout d.. >> someone asked he since you one the super bowl, everybody is going to be, you you know after you. no, you've got to flip it around and say we've always been the chaser, thaa's what type of team we're ii, we're chasing the prey, trying to get and do that's what this team is about, it's about competition, trying
thedenverchannel.com, read the five questions for the broncos, troy says aqib talib will be making the preseason debut. >> rapids on the road last night, rio salt lake. the rocky mountain cup. holding a 3 point lead on salt lakee 5th minute, did just that, dominique crushes ittand puts it where it belongs off the ?ut tied it in the 39th, went ahead for good, 9 minutes later. both goals, rio salt lake overtakes the rapids in the standings this ge at the time victory -- they get the victory 2-1. the national, jeff hoffman, tough major league debut last time out, a little better. gave up 6 hits. a big league bruiseer in brice
triple. they win this one, 8-5. back to the broncos now, quarterback mark sanchez, posted this instagram yesterday. check out the names in the top right. listed as mark sanchez, brandon mcman nis and riley dixon. after taking a closer look, all of their faces are mcman nis. the image was captioned with a head scratching emoji. like a who's who of where's where is he? who knows. he mmst have missed picture day. mark sanchez, going to have a heavy duty in the this week's preseason game against the rams, i'm jahmai ebster, that's a look at your morning sports, hope you enjoyed it. still to come, this s a story like none other, two best friends born just days apart, find out they were actually switched at birth. >> wow, plus, the presidential nominees are still vying for your vote to get into the white house. they have got to get through the
8:31, an officer-involved shooting in denver, and now an investigation continues. >> let's go right to denver7's amanda del castillo there on the scene. >> it happened before 3:00 this morning. there's been a lot criminal history with that address, a block away from daily park here in denver. we know that when the police arrived, they were attempting to locate a wanted person, and bhen they got in contact with that person, that person and the police had a shootout. no police were injured in that shootout. but that suspect was hit and we're also told a second suspect was actually arrested, that suspect was hiding on the roof, but it's unclear what the relationship that person shares
we're still folllwing developments, the investigators are on the scene at this hour. we'll bring you the latest. reporting live in denver, denver7. now, to italy, more breaking news, the death toll rises again. the latest number now at 290 people. from that 6.2 magnitude wednesday. that struckkon%- this morning, reports of another earthquake, 4.2 magnitude after shock that rattled the region, at this hour, today, marks a day of mourning, by the way, there wassa state funeral for some of the victims. 8:32 on a saturday. we are waiting for the summerr3 temps to come back, they did. >> it did. >> yeah. well, they are about to. >> yeah, later in the day. still cool out there right now. >> yes, a nice start, pleasant out. plenty of sunssine across much of the state of colorado, take a look at the satellite and doppler radar thii morning, not too much happening.
southwest-southwest, but summertime temperatures as eric said, they are coming back. we have a chance of a few showers and isolated thunderstorms later this afternoon and evening hourings, mainly at higher elevations, south of i-70 can clipping the portions of the palmer divide. the front range, a couple of chances for about a 10% chance for a few of those making their way in. for the most part, we should stay mostly ddy. live riiht now from the viaero wireless camera. we have been dealing with the portions of the eastern plains, but that will expire in the next half hour. rocky mountain national park visitor center, very green, 60s and 70s expected in the mountains today. right now, downtown denver, 60 degree, clear blue sky, beautiful start to your saturday, we'll continue to see lovely conditions ver the next two day, a mix of sun and clouds, increasing cloud cover.
tonight. partly cloudy conditions. and lows developing in the 50s. yes, 90s are the 7-day forecast, i'm bring that to you coming up in a few. well, you don't see this often. board members walking out of the meeting in fort collins. during the public comments section. heath little was talking about his son being hit when he was a client. a service for people with disabilities. board members limited him to five minutes and say he wouldn't stop p, so >> in hindsight maybe we shouldn't have walked out on it, but we've been dealing with him since may, and he keeps saying the same thing over and over and over again. >> my stance is that morally, they have an obligation there to apologize and do something about it. >> the nonprofit says little sent them a letter last spring, seeking a substantial monetary donation. little says he simply wants other parents to know whatthis son went through.
school lunches, very different, right? us they're upset about it, ang food injust within denver public school. lower income areas of denver aren't getting the same quality of food. a group of mops asked the -- moms asked the district to look into the problem. -?of their schools. this story, two best friends, born just days apart in canada, just found out this week, they were switched birth. 41 years ago. >> could you imagine? it took a dna test to conffrm this, but what they had suspected their entire lives is true. and an understatement that these men are upset. >> we want answers, we want answers, they want answers. >> i don't know what to say, so. >> hardly talk there, this is a big investigation now, because this isn't the first time this has haapened. this same year, these men were born, another set of babies were switched. your voice, your vote, this
donald trump arriving in aspen, for a $25,000 a plate fundraiser thursday night. but he was about three hours late to his own party. appaaently, his plane was too big so he had to land at eagle county's airport first, before then taking a private plane to aspen. 8:36 this morning, fact checking on the campaign trail, donald trump calls a 400 milliin dollar payment to iran a ransom. and a cliiton ally says the president rn hopeful didn't ethical time in her time as secretary of state. two claims marshall zelinger are putting through the truth o meter. >> 400 million dollars in cash. he denied it was for the ?ostages, bbt it was. >>reporter: claiming 400 million paid to iran, back in january, on the stam day five american -- same day five american hostages were set free were in his words
political facts started looking inno. >> now, t definitely looks fishy. >>reporter: iran had a part of a decades-long financial agreement with the u.ss. because of that, the relee of the 400 million once the american prisoner, were headed back to the u.s. were was like leverage instead of ransom. mostly false. >> i do know that she by the ethics agreement that she signed at the beginning, which was not to take any action on the part of the state department that mixed foundation business. >>reporter: former michigan governor, jennifer -- taking to the air waves after batch of newly released e-mails between hillary clinton's aids and the official set off another debate over whether clinton blurred the lines of the nonprofit bearing the clinton name and the political connection as
which ii that there was supposed be a firewall between the two interests, and these e-mails are showing that there are really quite blurred lines. >>reporter: 44 questiooable e-mails that were never codd which maybes the claim mostly false. last year, several media outlets reported the clinton foundation may have violated the memorandum of nantding what the state department, by not disclosing certaan donations it over the years. i'm marshall zelinger. today, green party candidate jill stein, is in colorado springs. and will head to fort collins after that campaign. tomorrow, she'll head to denver and boulder. >> a heads up this morning to drivers about a road closure in downtown denver this evening, bannock will be closed. for the kickoff village and concert at civil civic center
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nationwide. some 2,000 in denver allow. in the whole country, there is one like what we're about to show you. shannon ogden and contributor hannah atkinson went to the healthy me project. >> ten jumping jacks and go. >>reporter: this is the one and only healthy me project. a fitness program exclusively for adults with developmental disabilities. four years ago, founder roberto lose weight. she was severely obese and has downs syndrome. >> i didn't feel like i knew a lot about her, and i was worried about hurting her. >>reporter: over the course of two, stiepts frustrating year -- sometimes frustrating years, hughes found out what worked and didn't work for brianna, brianna
practices that she decided to open up to all. >> the athlete also lose weight, sometimes they will gain strength, sometimes they gain social skills like confidence and the ability to walk through the door and feel like they belong here. >>reporter: the program, which 22 people have now participated in, consists of a group workout each saturday and weekly one-on-one sessions with a trainer. atkinson has been in healthy me since the first class in 2014. >> independence as well, and good nutriiion. and great opportunities like reporting with you. >> you've got to be in good shape to keep up with me. >>reporter: there is a big need for a program like his.
are overweight and 93% of adult women. katrina is one of the 15 in this current session. her mom renee is interpreting. >> what change have had you made in your lifestyle? >> i eat less food. more fruit and vegetables. >> what is your proudest moments with he healthy me project. >> she lost about >> it cost $100 a month to join. hughes says it makes no money, but it seeps everyone here is richer because of it. -?>> good job. >>reporter: the healthy me project was awarded $10,000 grant which will be uued to expand. it's easy to envision healthy me in all 50 states. the focus is on those working out today, working to improve their lives, working for that next high-five. >> always a pleasure. it's a pleasure.
this weekend, with workouts in centennial and in colorado springs. you can look for this story on thedenverchannel.com, on the health page for a link for more information. this is exciting, a colorado company is going to mars, nasa picked united launch alliance to send a refr to the red planet in 2020. sit in centennial. lit be on board the already tested at lat 5 rocket. step in nasa's project. listen up, it's time to buy your passes and gear, yes, it's that time of year. the powder day sale starts, offering discounts packages during the sale. it starts we have more information on the denver7 app. >> talking snow, but, hey, it will be 85 today. >> yeah, and i love seeing the photos from actual snow falling
beautiful, but i'm like, wait,,3 hold on, it's august. >> it's colorado. >> it's so amazing to see the diversity of weather in our state. today, we are going to be feeling more like summertime, with the temperatures in the lower 80s by this afternoon. our radar and satellite looking at the regional view, as you can see, colorado staying mostly dry at this hour. we are still keeping an eye on this dense fog advisory, it remains in effect until 9:00 this morning, the next little while, we do have reduced visibility for a quarter mile. this is the live view now from holyoke, extremell dense fog, if you areedriving or know someone who is in the aree, please practice caution. also, state fair kicks off today in pueblo. it is oing to be a beautiful day there. highs in the upper 80s. loveland ski area, this morning, just taking a little tour around the state on this saturday, a beautiful start to the morning and partly cloudy skies and much
continue to see 60s and 70s there. speer and lincoln, bright blue conditions. so our planner today, over the next 24 hours, we can expect to see a mix of sun and clouds, this afternoon, temperatures in the lower 80s, slight chance for seeing a storm or two pass through the front range, best chance will be in the mountains and south of i-70 later on today. but highs in the front range, as you can seeshgs lower 80s a -- can seee lower metro area. upper 70s in parker, and then 60s and 70s across the foothills. across the state, 81 in grand junction, 60s and 70s for the mountains. 90 degrees is the expected high for lamar this afternoon. the futurecast, rolling through the day, as you can see, we're staying mostly dry. slight chance for picking up the
leadvilll, a chance of seeing passing showers, some of the activity could make it way into the metro area, but we're looking dry on these models as of right now. partly cloudy overnight. we'll start tomorrow with more sunshine. 55 s the overnight low. tomorrow, sunny and 58 is expected high. pretty toasty over the next 7-day, sunday, 85, but by monday, we'll be in the upper 80s with hot temperatures one against, come week. 90 degrees tuesday and wednesday is the expecttd high of right now. today, we're expecting mostly dry conditions. >> sounds good. guess what, it's the first of its kind, a music festival in
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andrew told the boulder daily camera was he worried about having an allergic reaction and was so distraction, he slapped his mom's prius into a pole. a great concert venue, the rino neighborhood may not necessarily come to mind until this morning. >> last night, the first ever rino music festival wrapped up. adam hammond is telling us how it's the kickoff for my much biggerrproject. >>reporter: the developers on this big music festival, to draw attention to their huge development of 6 acre right here in the heart of the rino district. >> it's awesome, good for the neighborhood. >>reporter: bernard wants to make that happen. >> we're really excited to be able to create this legacy project in the city of denver and families and individuals and. >>reporter: hurley has been buying properties around where
the south platt river and turning it into hurley place, a mixed use community that will focus on arts and outdoors with several music venues like this new 5,000 person rino live venue, where the music festival is happening. >> this is the first day of this fruition, coming of fruition, this phase zero, the activation of the property on the river for >>reporter: construction won't start until next september but the project should be done in five years, people at the conct development will only make one of the city's hot spots even more vibrant. >> rino is an up and coming area, a great time, everybody should come out. >>reporter: the music fest will here, the developer hopes to have other music acts out. to keep the arts alive in the rino district. and still to come, it's typically a parent's dream, to catch some sleep while newborns
here's our top story, a man possibly armed still on the run this morning, two brothers, apparennly had gotten into an argument, one shot the other. and then ran off. this was near overland trail in larimer county, a map you're looking at here. the victim was transported to the hospital. people can go about your business, but be cautious. the death toll continues to rise, in italy, the number now sense 290 people were ---says 290 people were killed in the earthquake hat struck wednesday. reports of another 4.2 magnitude after shock rattled the region. bodies continue to be recovered at this hour as the devastation grows. the denver police are asking for your help identifying this man, a sketchhon the right, a picturr on the left, wanted in connection to an assault on the high line canal trail, the suspect is a black man, with short dreadlocks, and a beard. was last seen wearing the baggy
short and a black and white knitted hat. i'm live in denver, this morning, at the scene of an early-morning officer-involved shooting near daily park, on the intersection of fox and else worth. we're actually told that the there's plenty of criminal history a associated with this address, we know that the police arrived here just before 3:00 this morning. to locate a person who as wanted by the police, it's unknown -- it's unclear person was wanted by the police. we're told that no officers were injured in that shooting, but the suupect was hit and taken to the hospital. i'm reporting live in denver thhs morning, denver7. well, these are too cute. >> if you're an exhausted parent, you may try catch up on laura, nap time has turned into- a creative time.
of her 4-month-old daughter in costume us and the pictures are going viral. john snow, pikachu and star stay puff marshmallow man and stranger things. >> those are amazing to see. very creative, mom. >> yeah, no wonder it's going viral. broncos play tonight. >> they do, also, today, i have a costume of my but we have a few storm potentially through the area, mild and pleasant, great for tonight. back with sunny skies, and 80s. >> what is this? >> so longmont world's largest pie throwing contest, if you want to throw a pie at me, that
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