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denver 7 begins with breaking fews. a wildfire breaks out in evergreen. we are talking about hideaway fire. this is going to be northwest of the meadow parks, south of i70. we have team coverage on this fire. preevacuation warnings were sent out to more than 250 people in the beaver lodge estates area. crews shut off power to help with the firefight. power is still out as crews look for damages. more than 45 firefighters were on the scene, currently mopping up this fire. thankkully, they have it out, right now more breaking news overnight. we'll talk about that in a second, we'll with stacy. look at the snow >> look at the snow, loveland
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it will be cloudy as we go through the afternoon and evening. look at there gorgeous shot as the sunrise getting going with a little bit of snow there on the horizon, but here in denver, we have partly cloudy skies. a much cooler, chris per feel to the morning. this morning, temperatures out there only in the 40s. even some 30s and we have some rain and snow continuing in the higher elevations. i think the further west you go, you will see scattered showers, dry for this afternoon more on the complete forecast for the rest of the weekend, coming up >> >> stacy, thank you. >> a massacre in a seattle area mall, a pan with a opens fire. five people killed. a man died from his injuries. >> a shot and two seconds later, another shot, so, crazy, crazy
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right here behind me, the shooter police say they are looking for. it's hard to recognize his face it's not clear, but it's the best authorities have to go on -- update all bulletins, man ran into women's macy's a with a long rifle >> reporter: fires coming in before 7:00 p.m. surveillance cameras capturing the chili image suspect described by hispanic man with a rifle is shooting people inside. joseph and his wife were inside of the macy's when the shooting started, saying he came face to face with the gunman >> i saw a gunman holing a rifle, shooting. he saw marched he took off running. >> reporter: reports of women down in the makeup section >> employees, hiding ifthe break room at this time
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four women and one man shot and killed >> i saw two ladies, one face down, pool of blood. there was another lady right next to her. i checked her pulse. she didn't have any >> reporter: a massive search for the suspect follows a report that he ran out heading for nearby highway. >> again, caution people to stay indoors. stay secure, if you see something, say something. to charlotte, north carolina where tensions are boiling over after the wife of keith lamont scott released this video of that deadly shooting here's a cllser look >> he doesn't have a gun, he
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guys. he uut took his medicine >> reporter: you hear him % saying >> keith don't let them break the windows, come on out the car. keith, don't do it. keith, get out the car. keith, keith don't you do it -p don't you do it, keith, keithh don't you do it -- shoot him? he better not be dead he better not be dead -- >> wow this video is putting pressure on police to release body cam and dash cam video. the mayor voicing concerns it should be made public. family members that have seen the video say it's not clear what is in scott's hand. charlotte's police chief iss standing his ground,,saying the
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questions. >> if i were to put it out and it doesn't give you good context, it can inflame the situation and make it worst. it will incries the distrust >> reporter: meantime overnight, the city endowed a fourth night of unrest. 400 national guardsmen stood on patrol dozens of high school football players, coaches, parents did the same, it happened last night at aurora centtal high school. >> living in america, we have a rrght to change things that are wrong and we have a right to protestify those things >> reporter: this movement started with a couple of players, of course itthas grown since then and you heard from
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teachers at the school are discussing the protesttin class. the school said theysy port the students right to free speech. >> >> new video out in the investigation of the bomb attacks in new york and new jersey. the suspect planted luggage, people walked by, one person kicking the pressure cooker, not knowing it was a bomb. we also suspect took a train to deliver those bombs. someone called police at 5:30 last night reporting a suspicious car near a farmer's fiild. when officers got there, they found a body in the car. no details were given about horn that person died or their jen gender. >>. a man's body was found burning.
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the beth of 39-year-old quarttr backen. you are looking at video from that scene in july. investigators identified him as a suspect days after the murder. giles left colorado. police just found him in l.a., he is now awaiting extra dickion pueblo police are asking for your help catching this bank robber. he was wearing a he robbed the bank, yesterday. it's unclear hoo much money he got away with. he has a partial license plate number in the get away car. there is damage to the front light bumper more drug sniffing dogs will patrol the denver jail. crack cocaine was found and five inmates overdosed.
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sheriff's found excessive amounts of contra band in tte jails. 2 1/2 days to the first president deposition debates, candidates are preparing in very different ways. we are 24 hours from the
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>> we are back with the latest on the race for the white house. a new national poll has hillary clinton leading donald trump by seven pips.
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first presidential debate. trump is bringing former new -?york rudy guiliani as backup and he got texas senator ted cruz doing a 180 saying he will vote for trump. pages of its note from a probe of hillary clinton while secretary of state. the notes comes from interviews with a number of clinton's top aides and say there is no surprising informmtion released join us the first presidential debate monday night at 7:00. at 10:00 we'll break down the night's biggest moments. a new program helps soldiers coming back from war. >> it's relaxing.
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new therapy program right here in denver for soldiers with pts- d >> the first-of-its-kind market opening in 24 hours. >> temperatures have cooled
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7:14, that's a cool shot over downtown denver, morning today is national public lambs day, the campus lounge near du is closing afterr the broncos game. this morning, we can tell you who is moving in. the owner of city owe city, a vegetarian restaurant and several other businesses are taking over that popular campus lounge
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rhino district. denver central market, it opens tomorrow. but we got a sneak peek. alot of development is happening in that area. the owners hope it will be a new destinatiin. 11 vendors inside, offering a wide variety of prepared food, something you can prepare at home >> i think it's very much a shopping destination. we have the fresh fish, bakery, butcher counter behind me. basic shopping with, yeah remember, the markets grand opening is tomorrow. >> 7:15, we are tracking snow in the mountains, holy cow, you can see it snowing over be extra caution driving in the high country, celebrating the first day of fall and this happens.
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i really am, i love chocolate. >> now, the cooler air is settling in more. i think you will be really pleased with the next week on the seven-day forecast. outside, a little on the cool side juaned to show you what loveland passed looked like this morning. snow-covered, a different view, very pictureeric kirschner sque. it's gorgeous out there. a bright sunrise over denver with towards sterling a a few thin clouds and no fog to start out with. from the top of the mountains, pike's peak looking down across colorado springs, gorgeous. we have moisture in colorado, it changes over to a little rain as it goes down in elevation, but definitely cold enough in the higher elevations to support snow. if you are traveling out west
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come down. that's where i would recommend if you are going out towards aspen, those areas, but it will be a little unstable, soggy in places. expecting rain here, changing over to snowfall, whiih is why we have the winter weather advisory in effect until 11:00 am our highs in the 60s an 70s, quite a difference from the last few days, 67 for parker and 00s from frisco to daley this afternoon. current wind gusts are not too bad until you get up to the pass. the winds there blowing 35-40- miles per hour. a little breezy and nice next week, temperatures hovering around 70 degrees. currently, 30s and 40s out there, take a jacket as you head out the door. in the 60s for the western
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colorado in the afternoon. beautiful upper 60s to around 70 degrees. our 24-hour forecast taking us back down into the 40s, but 60s throughout the afternoon. 65 degrees, partly cloudy and scattered showers to the best by 1:00 this afternoon. we'll still have this hanging around inno the evening. as we go into tomorrow, it clears out statewide, high pressure settles in, we'll clear it out. alot of sunnhine for everybody. 68 degrees. breezy, cooler, tonight, overni partly cloudy skies, 20s and 30s for the mountains and on the seven-day forecast, it looks really night here for the next few days. great looking weekend. temperatures in the 60s, cooler for sunday and we'll have 70s monday and tuesday. feeling a little more talk-
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-- >> teacher areas discipline and patience redirects anger, builds confidence and fun, but it happens at a gun range. here's shannon >> reporter: suffering from ptsd. >> how will you influence? >> how? >> yes, how? that's hard to answer. >> reporter: it. >> with ptsd, it takes me a lot of times, it makes me have anxiety attacks. makes we want to stay indoors, keeps me from wanting to do anything. >> lisa was invited to take part in a new competitive air gun program, shooting -- >> nice shot. >> therapy.
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look at the target and just relax and say, okay, i can do this. >> reporter: 15-20 participants each month, directed by the local va. >> this particular program is really good for people that want to learn how to focus their minds, so, shooting is very calm. we teach the same breathe tech nicks that they do in that and let it do down range >> reporter: the special air guns can be adapted to i cam date any disability. >> if you don't have use of your arms, we have a system that you can shoot just by blowing through a straw >> reporter: the program is run out of the denver police department's indoor shooting range and dpd officers are instructors. they were trained how to teach
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one night, ever other week % after their 10 hour shifts, they come here and volunteer their time. . >> almost everybody looks forward to coming in. i think ittbuilding their confidence >> reporter: it was offered to veterans free of charge, thanks to military grants. as expanded to anyone with disabilities. hannah atkinson gave it a shot >> repter: the program in the first three months is considered a tremendous success, just ask keith gleason. >> when i get done, i get so stok eric kirschner d that i'm doing better each and every
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me want to get out and do things again. >> if are you interested in participating, you can details at the denver 7 got come and the denver app
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at a thriller in highlands ranch, a dominates first half. line, 48-yards. up 16-3 at the half. top team of five a proceeded to score 19 unanswered points. 16. lez, under 1:00 today 26- that's the game winner and the final. good morning and welcome to the broncos hit the road for the first time today with the deck stacked against them. heading to cincinnati underdogs, dealing with a few
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in the details >> reporter: broncos face their toughest test of the season without three starters, no webb and virgil green was ruled out, today, leaving john phillips in lineeto start the tie independent, paired with jeff -- the two were said to have complimented each other well. >> we are think everybody with run, block, catch, target in the red zone. i think we can do a little bit of everything. ?> reporter: it looks like ty, former csu star who piss missed all of the preseason with an elbow injury. >> when you are sitting seven, that's hard to do. we can rotate and get a series out of the game, but it will be really hard. he has been ready to play.
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>> reporter: broncos are an under dog in this game. remember this, the bengals like to pass, a lot. will that lead to a change in the game? back to you in the studio. >> we shall see, thank you. still got plenty of speed. they are a very good football team. it will be an extremely tough contest for us. it's always fun, starting in the pac 12 games >> got a treat for you, our play of the night came from westminster. stanley -- look for into the hands of ty webber, look at it,
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what a play. better be lucky than good. check denver 7 this was from another story. mitch will have that for you. meantime, that's a look at your morning sports, hope you enjoyed it a lot more news coming up at 7:30, we are following the breaking news out of evergreen, people evacuated from the hideaway fire. the search is on in wells county for a bank rob are. the video authorities want too you see to help them catch the crook. >> >> to local entrepreneurs catch
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>> reporter: we are several miles away from the location from the hideaway fire. we had to pull back ecause -- we had to pull back because of the poor cell service. some residents are saying hey didn't receive a reverse 9-1-1 warning because of the low cell service. what you are looking at, we were actually very close to where the fire started. we are told that it burned two to four acres in the early morning, now, steep rocky area. what is being described by ever green fire and rescue officials. no injuries and no damages to any of the homes, but we know that reverse 9-1-1 call was sent out to roughly 267 residents living in the beaver brook lodge. they were told -- they were given a preevacuation warning, meaning if the fire did exteed
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right away. again, we are several miles away because of the low cell service, residents are waking up, some of them not receiving the reverse 9-1-1 call and all of them without power. we saw that irea was on the scenee assessing power lines, trying to see what type of damage was sustained. we'll be following as the morning incontinues. >> thank you, amanda. in the season. >> fire crews are on it. we know we have had years when the fires go out of control very quickly. >> we have snows in the high country. we have been tracking this for the last 24 hours, still a winter weather advisory up high, i'll show you where that is. this is rocky mountain national park. visitor's center. don't see any foot prints at
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folks stood and take photos a little too nippy out there. also, at loveland pass, a coating of no there and the tower cam at telluride ski reassort, a little coating. -- everybody getting a lit snow in the last 48 hours. not so in denver. temperatures in the 30s and 40s to start this morning and bright sunshine. here, we have snow around, coming up through higher elevations, you see toward grand junction, it's like rainfall. this snowfall will continue up high. if you happen to be taking a trip to look at faal foliage be% prepared for rain and snow in some areas, it will be a different scenario, temperatures in the upper 60s, breeze y cooler, temperatures out west will be in the 60s toward grand junction, 70s and
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colorado. a beautiful fall day. if are you planning on a bar bq, great weather, it little cool, so maybe a sweatshirt this man, behind bars accused of luring a child on the internet. according to the police, he swapped pictures with who he thought was a 15-year-old girl. she was actually an under cover cop. he allegedly offered $40 to watch him perform a department of corrections getting to the bottom of a homicide inside of a prison. george maclaine was serving 13 years for robbery. investigators are calling this a homicide, but have not said any more make about how he died or who may have killed him police still looking for a
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officers backed off because the suspect was drivinger ratcally. the pickup was found minutes later with no one inside after lice were called to the scene about shots fired. troopers just released this photo, suspect's vehicle wanted in connection with a hit and run. a 44-year-old man hit and killed while riding his bicycle, if you recognize this vehicle, call accused of a car-jacking an going on a spree with a bb gun. officers caught them after someone called 9-1-1, saying they saw the van the men were accused of stealing. sticks and eventually arrested the suspects the search is on for two men who robbed a bank in the middle of the day. they walked into the bank,
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their faces covered with masks. we did see an ambulance show up and a stretcher was taken the search is on for the man that robbed a convenience store. suspect grabbbd the cashier's arm and demanded money. the clerk said the thief wass holding a gun in his jacket pocket. police say he took off on a red dodge pickup, a picture of it, there. no >> >> right now, rescue crews searching for a missing hiker. we are told this hiker from new mexico took off from aspen on monday and made it to a stopon 3 tuesday. last night, crews found a hiker reported missing. they found her after nearly three hours. a thumbs up from a little
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there it is, a look at the house she was rescued from two weeks ago, firefighters found her hiding in a closet and pulled her out. nearly a third of under grad women at cu boulder have reported being sexually assaulted. the new shocking statistic comes from a study and this morning a student that has had enough is trying to do something about it. a rally, yesterday. dozens of silence while holding signs addressing the issue. tomorrow night at 11:00 on denver 7, can you watch "rachel's story, triumph over tragedy" an in depth look at
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tragedy lead to having worldwide showing sparking a chained reaction. been learning about all week. they have been taking part in chained reaction days. >> if you were close friends or family, where were ever a victim of violence because of your color, culture, license, sexuality or heritage, please
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the waiting list. . >> they helped me when i had stage two. i needed it. i'm trying to live and fight, fight this battle forever. >> now if you want to help, join theresa toniggt from 5:00 to 9:00 for sense of seccrity's event. your donations directly benefit more information, call the number on your screen. >> september is safety awareness month and we are looking at its history. juvenile products manufacturing association started it as expecting mother as day to educate mothers about the safest products for babies. three weeks later, it was extended to a week long event. in 1991, september was designated at baby safety awareness month.
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help new parenting the link is posted on the denver channel. com >> >> this weekend, step up for down's syndrome walk at denver city walk and you can donate for the festivities on sunday, registration begins at 7:00 am. the walk, itself, is at 9:00. stacy is heading over here, we'll talk weather, this morning. snow on the peaks. >> as the cold front was coming through, the winds up 30-50- miles an hour, yesterday, today, cooler, snow is sticking around. it's very interesting to see all of the differenn changes we have had in the last 24 hours. outside, now at loveland pass and sky area, we are see the traffic go through, notice the roadda little slick looking after we had a coating of snow
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ski area through the valley. we have a good little coating of snow in the overnight hours, rocky mountain national park, cloudy, a couple of inches of night. aving fallen last in denver, bright sunshine with our very nice morning. a little on the crisp side, a few high clouds out toward sterling, but the snowfall is elevations. if you are you planning fall foliage -- here is where it is peaking. with the rain and snow, it's knocking things down, better to go to the south, but we have snow, winter weather advisory stretching from the northern border until 11:00 am. that means watch out for the winter weather sticking around for a few more hour.
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off and on toward steam beat. temperatures in the 60s, 70s. it will feel much more like fall, grand lakes, 50 degrees. and 71 for buyers this afternoon. ?ind gusts are not too bad until you get up to the pass and then the winds are gusting. definitely a little more windy off to the west. now, as we go ?fternoon, we'll really see nice weather from denver fort collins to greeley and boulder, partly cloudy skies, temperatures around 70 degrees. a nice curve as you go into the 50s from 9:00 to 11:00 and overnight lows will be in the 30s and 40s. bar bq time, 64 degrees at lunch today, still a little shower off to the west of denver. in the higher elevations, we'll see the snow and rain mix.
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state. today, 68, breezy and cooler for the front range. overnight lows, partly cloudy skies, cool in the mountains and highs for tomorrow, mostly in the 60s and 70s for the front range. 64, mostly sunny skies, on the seven-day forecast, we'll have the afternoon highs staying in the 70s for most f next week. it will be a very fall-like forecast here, a few showers on thursday with degrees. thank you, we have all done it, dropped our phone into the siik and in my case, the toilet. fixing a water-logged phone is not easy, but two colorado men have come up with a solution. and they are getting thee attentiin from abc's "shark tank." >> from the toilet to the tap, millions of phones are damaged
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on it >> reporter: liz' phone almost became a statistic. her life line to the world, saved bythis machine an invention at the hands of these two men -- >> our early business was mostly friends and family >> reporter: engineer students, the brains behind tech drive. their machine ca in about an hour. their inspiration, a classmate that dropped their phone in the toilet. >> 50 minutes later -- >> contacks here, and the power is good. >> right now, their machine is being leased to dozens of staple stores. in a bid to e and, they wept to the sharks. >> it was confusing at times,
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>> i feel like there is nothing i have done in my life so far that i have learned in the last two years, shark tank was no different. >> reporter: two different local entrepreneurs >> people are bombarded with >> how cool is that? edia. their success rate, 75%. the machines can salvage laptops. they have big plans. they need investors we'll find out if they scored. their shark tank episode airs in two weeks. >> >> people here in colorado
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and a special guest, brookie, your granddaughter, it's her birthday and she wanted to be on tv >> yes, four years old. >> wow, happy birthday. we are here with allie as well. she's four and she has hip issues >> neurological issues. it doesn't seem to slow her done. she has to scoot around. she doesn't have good control we are thinking she is house trained. she will need a little training when she ggts to her new home. she's about four years old and sheeloves children and she has some basic commands -- she knows how to sit. she loves treats. >> reporter: she's a
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extra love because she has the issues. >> go ahead and pet her. >> if you want to adopt there cute little pup, allie, contact denver animal shelter. the information on your page at 9:00 when the newscast is over and we'll have it on our website. brookie, what are you going to do for your birthday? breakfast or something? >> i'm going to go swimming >> wow, she wants to go swimming? television news anchors, we
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>> here'ssa look at our top stories, a man armed with a rifle still on the run this morning after walking into a and opening fire, four women and one man killed. all shot in the makeup department at macy's the suspect is described as a hispanic man and it's not clear what his motive was recent deadly shootings involving law enforcement have prompted professional athletes ?o protest.. now, dozens of high school football players, coaches and
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jail rushed o the hospital after apparently overdosing on crack cocaine. now, more drug sniffing dogs will patrol the halls. the inmates are expected to be okay. not clear how they got ahold of the contra band. i'm live in ever green this morning, off old squaw path, several miles away from the hideaway to four acres this morning in a steep and rocky area here, we were pulled away because of cell reception. that has also played a part in not getting 9-1-1 calls ought to some of the residents that llve in the area. crews tell us that at 7:00, the fire was fully out, fire was still under investigation, though, we spoke with residents off camera who say there was
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also, new construction around some of the power lines could have played a part, but officials say the cause of the firr is under investigation. we'll have a deeper look into what this fire cost, in the next couple of minutes. >> thank you, amanda. >> >> we all spoil our pets, right? how about taking them to a restaurant filled with a new k9 menu that has a lot of tails wagging. it's indiana, not here. some of the things on the menu. the dog gets popcorn on the house, and then entrees run between $34 each. >> the owner did a little bit of research and discovered we needed a dog menu for our patio. >> some people have tasted the
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flavorful. sometimes, it can be tough to be a tv reporter, especially when it comes to dealing with animals, take this reporter, she was at the san diego zoo to take about events there and came face to face with the friendly baby giraffe -- >> oh, man, >> just getting hugs and love, a lot of it. >> seven-day forecaat for you. going to be pretty nice >> yeah, actually, temperatures
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>> breaking fews, firefighters contain a wildfire that broke out overnight in ever green. a look at where the fire burned. a map here for you, northwest of the meadow park and south of i70. we have team overage of this, let's start with amanda who s join >> reporter: we are right off old squaw path, several miamis away from the location of the hideaway fire. several agencies responded early this morning. it started after 1:40 early this morning, but several agencies responded. after burning two to four acres estates. we were told a reverse 9-1-1
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around 267 people. luckily, they did not have to evacuate. there were no injuries and there was no report of damage, either, now, crews got that fire 100 percent containedd around 5:30 this morning, tweeting out at 7:00 that the fire was completely out, but still under investigation. at last check, alot of the residents here still didn't have any power. irea was still on the scene assessing the damage there. -?we spoke with residents off camera that said the blowing pretty profusely last nighh and also, there was new construction around some of the power lines, again, the investigation is still ongoing as to what caused the fire here, but two to four acres burned near the beaver brook lodge estates. reporting live in ever green, denver 7 thanks so much amanda. we know when these fires start up, they can, because of
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we had a cold front come there, winds calmed down and moisture in the atmosphere which i'm sure put some of it out. it looks beautiful outside at loveland. national park. mountain snow, a couple of inches here, loveland pass, traffic has been moving through, roads are a cool side with the 60s and rain and snow continuing off to the west. i'll have more on the complete forecast, coming up. breaking overnight, a macy's massacre in a seattle area mall. a man with a rifle opens fire, five people were killed. >> it was more like a shot and
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>> that man is on the run, behind me, the man police are looking for. >> >> reporter: the first repprts of shots fired started to flood in just before 7:00 p.m. surveillance cam the chilling image, a suspect described by police as a hispanic man, armed with a rifle is shooting people inside of burlington, washington, north of seattle. joseph and his wife were inside of the macy's when the shooting -?started. he said he came face to face with the gunman >> i saw there was a gunman holding a rifle. he saw me and i took off running >> reporter: reports of women
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break room at this time >> reporter: in all, four women, one man, shot and killed >> i found two ladies on the floor. face down, pool of blood and there was another lady next door. i checked her pulse, she didn't have any >> reporter: a masssive search for the suspect following reports that he ran out, heading for the nearby highway >> again, caution people, stay indoors, stay secure. if you see something, say >> reporter: pplice saying they have no motive, atf and fbi joining local police. hours after, terrified survivors from inside of the mall were bussed to a nearby church, anxious family members waiting for them. to charlotte, north carolina where tension is boiling over at this point after the wife of keith lamont scott released this video of a deadly shooting, it has gone
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>> he doesn't have a gun, he has a tbi,,he is not going to do anything to you uys. he just took his medicine >> the woman shouting to officers he is not armed, not to pull the trigger and then this happened. >> keith don't let them break -?the windows, come out the car keith, don't do it. don't do it --- >> keith, get out the car. keith, keith don't you do it. don't you do keith! don't you do it. [ shots fired [ >> did you shoot him? did you shoot him he better not be dead -- >> my goodness, the video is putting pressure on police to release body cam and dash cam video, the mayor voicing concerns it should be made public. family members that saw it, say
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scott's hand. charlotte's police chief is standing his ground saying the video doesn't answer all of the questions. >> if i were to put it out and it doesn't give you good context, it can inflame the situation and make it even worst. it will exacerbate the backlash. meantime, a fourth consecutive a midnight sur few was put in place. more than 400 national guards
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teachers at the school are discussing the protest in class. the school district said they support theestudents' right to free speech a homicide investigation underway near fort collins, someone called the police at 4:30 reporting a suspicious carve when officers got there, they found a body in the car. no details about person died or their gender new this morning, a man is facing murder charges in connection to the death of a man. his body was found burning. the denver da charged giles with the death of walter bracket. in july, investigators identified him assa suspect -?days after the murder, but giles left colorado, police
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awaiting extra dickion police are asking for your help catthing a bank robber. these pictures just coming in. investigators say the suspect was wearing a blond wig when he robbed a legacy bank near highway 47 and jerry murphy road it's not clear how much money he got away with, but he took off in the vehicle you see there dutch are . >> more patrolling the denver jail because inmates were found with suspected crack cocaine, five inmates overdosed. they were taken to the hospital. they are okay. a review found excessive amounts of contra band in the two jails it has been exactly three weeks since douglas county detective dan bright was slot in the line of duty. his family said he is more alert, talking and can eat and breathe on his own.
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community is behind him. yesterday, 75 people donated blood in detective bright's honor, including myself coming up, we take a look at how candidates are preparing for the debate in different ways we are 24 hours from the
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hillary clinton leading donald trump. we are two dayssaway from the first presidential debate. trump is bringing former new york mayor rudy guiliani as backup. join us here on channel 7, the first presidential debate monday night. it starts at 7:00 and at 10:00,
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president obama has vetoed a bill allowing 9/11 family members to sue saudi arabia. ssudi governments defied having any role in the 9/11 attacks. the president said he vetoed it in part because it could lead to u.s. diplomats and service eleven facing legal action in other countries a new program helping soldiers coming home fr >> it's relaxing it makes me sit back and look at the target and just relax and say i can do this. >> only on denver 7, we'll introduce to you a new therapy
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. >> we are still tracking the snowfall. beautiful pictures to show you what happened in the meantime, overnight. roads have been icy, you can see it there.
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through with no issues at all. chains restriction have been lifted. a little more cloud cover here at rocky mountain national park from the visitor's center. it's like you are in the clouds at this point, we have seen alot of fog, bright sunsne here if denver. still on the cool side, but nice clear skies, just about easteen plains. you can you see it here on the radar, quiet across the plains and we have the snow coming down from the west. this is wrapping around a low pressure area to the north, you can you ee the rotation. still snow here. this will shift further to the south as we o into the afternoon and evening, winterrable advisory for the areas getting snow until 11:00 am this orning. keeppin mind, esalpecily traveling along i70, it will be
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elevation, it will be light aa well. temperatures, 60s and 70s for -- all of the cloud cover at rocky mountain national park. winds are gusty, but not bad for the front range. they were very gusty, yesterday, current temperatures, 40s, 50s starting to show up. aurora, 53 degrees. today, we'll 60s. as we go into the afternoon and evening, we'll start to cool it of 00 to 60 at 8:00. but at lunchtime, 65 degrees if you are planning on a bar bq on the patio this afternoon. it will stay quiet for the eastern plains until 2:00. rain and snow out to the west t will shift and me ander to the south as we go into the evening, overnight and tomorrow, it clears out and it
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partly cloudy skies, 68 today, breezy and cooler and tonighh, overnight lows in the low 40s with partly cloudy skies an the seven-day forecast, keeping this temperature scenario in the 60s all weekend, into the 70s monday, tuesday. even 80s, howing up there on wednesday. 80s, still, nice? >> a teacher's discipline and patience and redirect gun range. >> reporter: exarmy, suffering from ptsd. >> reporter: he has had a tough time of it. >> with ptsd, it puts me back a
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it makes me have anxiety attacks, makes me want to stay indoors, keeps me from wanting to do everything >> reporter: gleason was invited to take part in a new air ggn program run by the national center for the disabled. shooting is therapy >> it's relaxing. it makes me sit back and look at the target and just relax and say okay i can >> reporter: 15-20 participants directed by the local va. >> this particular program is reaaly good for people that want to learn how to focus their minds, so, shoot something something that is very calm. we teach the same breathing techniques as they do in yoga. people are very relaxed. they get into a den state and fire >> reporter: the special air
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accommodate any disability. >> if you don't have use of your arms. you can shoot just by blowing through a straw >> reporter: the program is run out of the denver police department's shooting range and of theres are the instructors. they were trained how to teach those with disabilities one night, every other week after their 10 hour shifts, they come here and >> reporter: the shooting program was developed for military veterans, offered to them free of charge based on grants received. denver 7 contributor hannah
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>> reporter: the program, in the first few months is already considered a tremendous success. just ask keith >> when i get done, i'm doing better each and every time, it makes me want to come out get up and do things again. >> what a great program. if are you interested in participating, can you get details com still ahead, broncos traveling, gearing up for
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>> reporter: at a thriller in highlands ranch, a dominating
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the half. proceeding to score 19 unanswered points, gonzalez under 1:00 to play. 23-16, the game winner in the final good morning, welcome into the show, jamal webster here with you. broncos hittinn the road for the first time with the deck stacked against them. cinciinati underdogs, dealing with a few other issues. details >> reporter: broncos face their toughest test of the season without three starters. john phillips in line to start airlined with jeff hireman. phillips said the two compliment each other well >> we are not one dimensional, everybody here with run, block,
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zone. i think all of us can do a little bit of everything. >> reporter: the coach declined to reveal who will start at left tackle. >> it's going to be really hard. he has been ready to play. he was ready to play last week. >> drop cos this game. second time in three weeks it has happened. but remember this, the bengals like to pass. >> we shall see, troy, thankk you. >> eugene -- making progress after being banged up at the big house in michigan last year. coach mack encouraged about his
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has bigger issues than trying to slow down the ducks >> they have plenty of speed. they are a tough football team. it will be a tough contest for us, but it's alwayy fun, starting pac 12 games. >> a our play of the night came from west mintier. . into the ands of ty webber, look at it again. bettee to check denver 7. this was from another story from our every day heros series, mitch will have that story for you. >> that's a look at your morning sports, hopp you enjoyed it. >> alot more news, including the latest on the breaking news out of ever green, hideaway fire fully contained. the search is on for a bank robber.
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we are on top of breaking fews in ever green. a wildfire -- it is now fully contained. let's go to amanda. she has been out there all morning covering details for calling it the hide away fire. we are a few miles away from it off old squaw pass. the fire started after 1:40 this morning. burning two to four acres in its entirety. now at 5:30, let me back track, now, 5:30, that's when police say they had the fire 100 percent contained at 7:00 am, this morning, they actually
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was completely out. 267 residents living in the beaver brook lodge estate area. luckily, no injuries and no damage to any of the structures outtthere again, it is out at this time, several agencies actually responded this morning to help put out the wildfire. because the fire is still under investigation in the last check, people living in that area still do not have power, irea is on the scene assessing the damage we spoke with residents off camera that aid the winds were blowing pretty profusely last night and there was new construction surrounding some of the power lines out there. crews say because the fire is still under investigation, >> all right, amanda, thank you. it doesn't look too windy, 3 where she is, hopefully, that helped absolutely, we had the cold
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brought moisture to the atmosphere. that helped out. we are talking fire and ice here, take a look at the ice at loveland, a few inches of snow last night, many mountain towns in the last 24 hours picking up a few inches of snow, even here at rocky mountain national park at the visitor's center, you can see the snow in the foreground, but a lot of cloudiness and fog. loveland pass, traffic has roads are icy. here in denver, lots of overhead. it will be a nice, cool fall day for us, moisture, rain and snow on the western side of the state, but here for the eastern side, lots of sunshine forrus and our high, to day, 68 degrees. not nearly the wind we saw but yesterday. we'll talk more about the complete forecast for the rest
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accused of luring a child through the internet. he swapped pictures with with what he thought was a 15-year- old girl. she was actually and under cover cop. he allegedly offered her $40 to watch him perform a sex act a homicide inside of a prison. someone killed a 25-year-old man thursday night. he was serving 13 years for robbery, investigators are 3 calling this a homicide, but information about how he died or who may have killed him police on the hunt for the driver of a stolen truck in adams county who lead police on a dangerous chase. deputies were trying to stop him when he took off. when they drove into thhrnton, officers backed off because the suspect wws drivinger ratcally. the pickup was found minutes
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troopers just released this photo of a suspect vehicle wanted in connection to a hit and run. jay was hit while riding his bicycle. if you recognize this vehicle, call police. accused of car-jacking and going on a shooting spree with a bb gun. police say the free yo' stole the car and shot out car windows, officers caught them after lafayette police put out stop sticks near highway 287 and eventually arrested the suspects. the search is on for two men that robbed a bank yesterday. they demanded money, both men had their faces covered with masks, police don't have any injuries, but we did see an ambulance show up and video
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for the man that robbed a convenience store. surveillance camera caught the suspect grabbing the cashier's arm and emanding money. the clerk said the thief was holding a gun in his jacket pocket. no one was hurt there right now, rescue crews searching for a missing hiker. we are told this hiker from from aspen on monday and did tuesday. t to his stop %- last night, crews found another hiker reported missing. they found her after nearly three hours. a little girl, a thumb's up, hurt during a house fire. we just got this picture of the five-year-old in her hospital bed. here's a look at the house she was rescued from two weeks ago. firefighters found her hiding
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nearly a third of under grad women have reported of being sexually assaults. one student trying to do somethinggabout it she organized a rally. >> the conversation would be satisfies enough to be on facebook sharing protesting. we action >> the students say they want to keep the conversation going on hope the rally sheds new light on the shocking number of sexual assaults >> >> tomorrow night at 11:00, you can watch an encore presentation of rachel's story. a look at how the columbine high school tragedy lead to a worldwide program firing a chained reaction. something students have been
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day. showing challenges we share with each other. >> if you or close friends or family were ever a victim of violence because of your color, culture, religion, sexuality or heritage, please cross the line. >> sunday night, we'll take a look at how chained reaction days work and help those in elementary school fall is here and october is right around the corner, it's a
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>> we have a head's up for
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plaza. the closure will remain until 5:00 monday morning. it's almost october. that means you will start to see pink ribbons around as a reminder to support breast cancer charges. christine howard vonteers at she has stage four breast cancer. despite being in pain, she wants to make sure sense and security is around to help the more than 100 waiting list. sos provides $500 a month to patients going through ?reetments. it helps with basic needs like mortgage payments, utility, food -- % >> they helped me when i had stage two. i'm trying to live to fight this battle. >> join theresa at the four mile historic park.
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them directly. your donations directly benefit breast cancer patients. for more information call the number on your screen this weekend, step up for down walk you can still donate or head to the park for festivities, registration begins at 7:00 anded walk starts at 9:00 happening, c d.o.t and colorado state patrol hoisting they will be out at honey baby boutique in the southlands mall from sock this morning until 2:00. go check that out. take a look, an hours long bbttle between two rattlesnakes. they were fighting for dominance in the area, probably fighting for a female snake that was found nearby. experts say the cooler weather
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mode, feeding, mating and finding the female snakes to fight with. they were safely removed and back to the desert. temperatures today, much cooler, but beautiful. a cold front came through, afternoon highs in the 80s, 90s, yesterday, only in the 60s and in the high country, you might be surprised if you haven't seen ictures, as you go out i70, there is snow on them hills in loveland and rocky mountain national park. three to five inches came down in our highest elevations as cold front rolled through, here in denver, bright, sunny, blue skies overhere.
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to look at the fall foliage, i would head west we are going to be running into rain and snow. tomorrow would be the best day. we have a winter weather advisory from eagle to meeker. stretching all the way toward the border and out west toward thanks to the lower elevations. high in the 60s, 70s, 50 at frisco. and we'll have scattered rain and snowshowers out west. dry until this evening, we'll have a slight chance for a few scattered showers, but the winds are a little more gusty. keep it in mind. as you head west, will you run into gustier winds,
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50s. lunchtime, if you are planning on bar bq, 65 degrees. breezy with partly loudy skies. still a little instability for the western portion of our state, rain and snowfall dry for he eastern portion and in through tonight. -?8:30, rain toward steam boat. that will move out just into -- forward our foot hills but will fall apart many sunday, nice will settle in the temperature, tomorrow wiil be cooler than today. 68 degrees. 3 breezy conditions tonight, we'll have an overnight low of 42, also, some high cloudiness and highs tomorrow in the 60s here across the front range an eastern plains. as i mentioned, here in denver, 65 as opposed to 68 today. still hanging onto the mostly sunny skies. saturday, warmer into the beginning of the week,
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these are our bright spot days, 80 on wednesday. another system coming through, a few showers showing up with overnight lows in the 40s and 50s. have you lost your phone in the toilet? >> no. of there is something to fix with a solution. a story you will only see on denver 7. they are getting the attention of abc's "shark tank " >> reporter: from the toilet to the tap, millions of phones are damaged every year by water. >> i accidentally spilled water on it. >> reporter: liz' phone almost became a statistic. >> reporter: what is happening with your phone, now? >> it works, now. >> reporter: her life line to the world saved by this machine.
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these two men made here in colorado >> our early business as mostly friends and families. >> >> reporter: engineers, brains behind tech drive, their machine can save a phone in about an hour. their iispiration, a classmate that dropped her phone in the bathroom, >> 50 are here and the power is good. >> right now, their machines are being leased to dozens of staples stores across the country. in a bid to expand, they went to the sharks. it was an incredible rush of emotion, confusing some ssmetimes, exciting all of the time. >> reporter: two local entrepreneurs, going bold to
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>> people are bombarded with alllkinds of information and you have to have something to punch through that. >> reporter: their success rate is 75%. we will find out if they scored, their "shark tank" episode airs in two weeks. pets, right?
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it's 8:49, looking over downtown denver, a reminder, the b line is not running today or tomorrow because of construction on federal boulevard, but shuttles are running. we wanted to give awe reminder
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cities right here in denver, sculptures crafted from pure colorado mold marble. the newest of the creations opens at the denver botanical gardens. we learn more about the art it, her legacy and marvelous treatment. >> i was blown away. there was so much potential. >> a similar pose upwhere skull sculptor gather >> i found a beautiful stone, didn't have to do too much to it. >> reporter: for madeline wiener, it's the sound of the temptation. >> the temptation for me was i had to get there as a young new
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defining moment. >> i was a frustrated painter at the school of visual arts an i heard in the next room this "tap, tap, tap" >> reporter: at all of 130- pounds, madeline is taming a block of the colorado state stone into -- the idea was really to make something tack tile, human, with the flowers. >> reporter: see will live in the newly refurbished sensesy garden >> an opportunity for somebody to sit, reflect. she will have texture. she will exyou'd joy. >> reporter: flower girl, the latest incarnation of the bench people, a series of scupltures in loveland at craig hospital
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others. >> funny interactions with people that have been hesitant to take a seat and that's what they are for. have a seat >> reporter: -- >> i hope that my legacy is that i spread the world. carving, the oldest form of arts possibilities. >> what do you feel when you see people sitting in the sculptures >> total gratifications.
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>> before we go, a look at our top stories, a man armed with a
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opening fire at a mall near seattle. >> recent deadly shooting prompting professional athletes to protest. now, dozens of high school football players, coaches and parents in aurora did the same. it happened last night at the homecoming game at aurora central high school >> reporter: live in ever green a few miles away from the hide near the beaver brook lodge. 267 residents were notified this morning that they should prepare to evacuate. luckily, no evacuations overnight and there were no structures damaged and no injuries reported. police -- fire officials at 5:30 this morning this the fire 100% contained an at 7:00 am
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under investigation. >> thank you, amanda. >> we all love to feed and spoil our pets, right? how about taking them to a new restaurant. it's in indiana, pack your bags, folks. some of the things on the menu, chicken, sweet potatoes. salmon stew. the items run $2-$4. -?>> ashley jacobs in san diego she was he zoo, friday in san diego to talkkabout a weekend event when she came face to face with a very friendly baby giraffe.
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>> now, it's viral well temperatures today will be beautiful up ever 60s for denver, actually, a little cooler tomorrow, temperatures in the mid-60s, very slight chances for rain tonight if are you heading into the mountains, we have already had a coating of snow. snow, keep it in mind as you arr going looking for fall foliage. >> thanks for being with us on this saturday. have a great one out there. we'll see
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