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their second time-out, eat up as much of the clock as they can. 44 ticks remaining on the game clock. third and seven is upcoming. >> brian: this does not take wisconsin out of any conversation. i mean this is a loss, a one-touchdown loss on the road against a top five team and they get a bye. they need a bye. th need to regroup after this game. but then they're going to welcome the buckeyes into madison, which is never an easy and with this defense, steve, you know, anything is possible. certainly ohio state looks like the number two if not the number one team in the country, but they'll have their hands full in madison. >> steve: and this michigan defense today that's on display against alex hornibrook and wisconsin, 159 yards for wisconsin, eight first downs and the three turnovers for hornibrook. the three interceptions, all coming obviously at terrible times. but they need more.
of the running game. >> brian: and he's going to grow. hornibrook is going to grow. but to me if i'm paul chryst, when i go watch the film and meet with the team on sunday morning, i'm talking accountability for everybody. fumagalli, wheelwright, the offensive line, all of them need to watch this film critically and get better and learn from it as to how you can play as a team. >> steve: wisconsin needs a stop here to have any chance. and that should do it. that play that now they don't have to run another play. >> brian: these two coaches long-time friends. you know, respect each other to the end. harbaugh said, you know, we respect each other, we love each other, we're going to try to gouge each other's eyes out for three hours, make no mistake, but a ton of respect between paul chryst and jim harbaugh. >> sve: how good are kenny allen and ryan tice feeling right about now?
michigan knew there would be a game they wouldn't score 45 points in, and this was it. they score 14 and that's enough to beat wisconsin. down to todd mcshay. >> todd: hey, jordoun. >> how ya >> todd: so i talked to you yesterday and said what's your best game tape. where is this one going to rank? >> i don't know. i still felt a little rusty. i made a few plays but definitely if you're talking about one of my best games, it's about the effort. i don't know if this will line up as one of the best. >> todd: talk to me about that pick, that was something else. >> i know i had to make a play. i knew i had to go up there and get it. thank god i went to go get it. it was a heck of a play. >> todd: take me through when you're up in the air and the
your mind? >> i mean i jumped too early for the two-hander so i'm like i'm going to put a hand up there and see what happens. >> todd: you go up against darboh all the time, the wide receiver, in practice. how clutch was it? >> it saved us definitely. the offense was stuttering a little bit and they came out and executed and that helped us a lot. it gave us the confidence to go out and finish the game. >> todd: how good can this team be? >> the sky's the limit. we've got to keep preparing for a championship season. we have a good one. >> todd: thanks, congratulations. >> thanks so much. >> todd: guys. >> steve: michigan goes to 5-0, 2-0 in the conference. they'll travel to rutgers next week. wisconsin suffers their first loss of the season. they have the bye. be sure to tune into abc tonight at 8:00 eastern, saturday night football. louisville takes on clemson, another top ten showdown. that's it for our top ten showdown. michigan gets by wisconsin h in ann arbor 14-7.
suspect to shot two men killing one of them. it happened on east colfax, and being investigated as a homicide. police believe a disturbance between a group led to the shooting. amanda dell castillo was the only reporter on scene. >> reporter: everybody was laying on the sidewalk, you know, dodging bullets. >> i heard gunshots, one, two, three, four fi people along east colfax are familiar with. >> it's either gang fights, drugs, stabbings murders, and absolutely just out of control. >> reporter: steve lift in the building above -- lived in the building above the crime scene, the evidence markers are only temporary replacing -- >> i can walk to here, and they ask if i want to buy crack or
day. >> another resident says people go into thh street to avoid the same group of people. >> it just seems the corps under of pearl and colfax, it's like the vortex. >> reporter: he says unfortunately, this was just another night along east colfax. >> i think it was about a month and a half ago, there was another homicide outside of the mcdonald's, you know, less than 50 yards down the street. >> reporter: reporting in capitol hill, >> the investigation is happening only two blocks from denver's district 6 poce station. we spoke with district -?commander who said the department hears the community loud and clear. dpd is dedicating more resources to the arra, and says it made significant drug ashes in the last did arrests in the last month. a busy night for thornton police. three people are established and the suspect takes off.
2:30 a.m. suspect is 20 years old, police had to run after him, but caught him in a nearby neighborhood. he also had stab wounds. leading police to believe it was domestic violence incident. it's been a year since little donny romero was found in the a friend of his mother, the accused killer, donny would have turned 4 th today, family, friends, and stranger gathered at sloan's lake to celebrate a boy who lost his life too soon. >> it's like a nightmare that no apparent should have to go through, let alone murder. >> reporrer: romero is going through it without his son, for more than a year. >> that's tragedy and pain beyond belief, and beyond expression. >> reporter: only pictures now tell the story of a vibrant
at sloan's lake on a beautiful day, little donny's name ann legacy live on with the big bat mobile and all -- >> we bring these here to make the kid smile, and try to bring positivity to the situation. it's a group of collectors, and it's what we do, we do to fare the kids. >> reporter: and it's clear the birttday party would have been donny-approved. but it's even donny's story ii touching strangers' hearts. >> it's hard, even for someone that didn't get the pleasure of meeting him. it's hard. >> reporter: like bailey willis, whoobrought her daughter here in support. >> you don't know me, but my heart hurts. >> thank you. >> reporter: all the fun and birthday wishes. >> happy birthday, and we all love him and miss him.
really, likeea song. ?his one specifically written for donny by a close family friend. >> like he says in the song, he says thee-- that's what it was, you know? i miss him. and i love him. >> lawyers for donny's suspected killer are trying to convince the court their client is unfit for theetrial, because he's insane. that debate continues. romero fil will be a trial early next year. right now, hurricane matthew is swirling in the atlantic, this is a bird's eye view of the storm. weakening to a category 4, but still big, with winds of 155 miles per hour. last night, it was a category 5, making it the strongest hurricane in the atlantic ocean since felix in 2007. the hurricane is expected to move close he to jamaica, haiti and eastern cuba by late
next week, so preparations are underway there. we won't see anything quite like that, but we could see some rain? >> we have a few showers south of town, but i wanted to show you the buzzards. in centennial,,we've had dark skies, some scattered showers on the south side near centennial, towards park we are. and you see how the showers are developed in afternoon, some sprinkles to the west. temperatures have been in the 70s and 80s, still at 76 for littleton, 79 for commerce city, and 75 for lakewood. tonight, we'll have overnight lows in the low 50s. some showers are possibly, and 3 i'll be talkinggmore about a huge cool-down coming our way and just how much rain and snow will be coming our direction as well. some tragic breaking news
in wednesday's elementary shooting in south carolina has died. were also shot, but are acher expected to survive. the suspect, jessie osbourne is accused in shooting his father before going to the school. so far, no word on a motive. this morning, a man is dead after being taitsed by police, and people are calling for change. thomas was a black man, the incident sparking protests in the streets of pasadena, california. authorities say they showed up with a knife, and fire extinguisher. he was taitsed twice. >> he was a good, goodman and it shouldn't have happened. and i just wants everybody to know that we love him. shouldn't have happened. his %- we're going to miss him carol.
protestors were calmer in california after a week off violent pro tess over a deadly police shooting. -- protest over a deadly police shooting. there was an unarmed man shot and killed. police say alfred alongo-- numb tulsa, the female office who shot and killed an unarmed black man is facing manslaughter charges. bey bond, saying she isn't guilty. lawyers say extreme stress caused her to experience the type of deafness, saying she nevada heard a fell -- never heard a cop say he heard a taser. >> that might be true, but the question is, can that be a defense?
was refusing commands. the family cues shelby of pulling the trigger when his arms were up. an up date on the train crash in new jersey. one person was killed, 114 injured. one data recorder has been recovered, but it's not safe that access a second recorder. that's because the damage to theetrain is so severe. the forward facing camera is trapped in the rubble that the other recorder seen here is being downnoaded. investigators want to know how fast the train was going, if the brakes were used. versus will now speak -- investigators will now speak to to the driver. something you should know if you're heading to the border war between csu and wyoming. c-dot is cracking down on drunk drive, speeding and seat belt use. the border war is a tradition nearly 50 years old. rams have won the last three
your voicc, your vote. new poll shows hit hit hillary clinton with 61% of registered vote terse who watched debate, say she won. clinton has been busy on twitter, tweeting this morning ," 3 any to tweet about national service." trump bashed the former beauty queen, calling her disgusting a con, and alleged she had a tex tape. he later his early morning tweet, saying at least you know i will be there, awake to answer the call. on the campaign trail, still a lot of posturinggafter monday night's historic debate.
new york were up, and hillary clinton said she couldn't believe trump invited them to hack america e-mails. >> reporter: under the current mayor, crime that is dropped. >> you're wrong. >> no i'm not. >> reporter: the two mixing it up on the debate stage, sparring over new york city's murder rate. donald trump saying it is up as trump and clinton policing. who was right? >> jumped on twitter to try to correct tom's statement, and said for 2016, we're at one of the safest years on records. and murders are down. >> reporter: for virtually any time frame, they looked at, including the year to date. murders in new york city are drown, rating trump's claim as mostly false.
putin to hack into american. >> reporter: hillary clinton accusing trump of giving putin the thumbs uppto hack away at u.s. e-mail. >> russia,,if you're listening, i hope you're able to find the 30,000 e-mails that are missing. >> reporter: trump says that remark from jump was sarcasm. >> yes, his words matter. he did use those words, certainly, they, that wasn't the meaning. >> reporter: they say trump referenced clinton's e-mails specifically, yet clinton's claim the debate was broadening to americans. they claimmhilton, half true. the next week, the vice- presidents square off and tuesday, and then hillary clinton antrum on sunday now --
lot offcampaigning in colorado this week. gary johnson is oming to parker. he'll be here on monday for a rally at cu south denver. m is heading to control -- trump is heading to colorado on monday: we've learned ted dan sent is heading to enver. he will campaign for hillary clinton tomorrow. major warning for parents tonight, sammy's baby be recalled. they fear it might contain a bacteria. theebaby food which is made by grace lee had inadequate levels of iron. so farno i will unless have been reported. calling all beer lovers, denver has a lot to offer this weekend. but beer flight beer garden is back at dia. located before security so you don't have to have a ticket to check it out.
fromm10 10 breweries. if that's not enough beer for you, the denver beer fest is going on now. it runs for nine days, but it overlaps for a few details with the great american beer festival which starts in less than a week. beer all over. >> i'm starting to get my beer venues confused! or go to dia without a ticket. i'm going to the airport to drink beer. we've had a little of light snow falling the colorado network cam and pikes peak. we've seeing theepicture sock in, and moisture coming down, but definitely clouds in the area, this should be looking down to colorado springs, but here in denver, a nice clear view from the west. looking towards the east in downtown, and we have a few scattered showers to our south, but currents temperatures in the 70s here across the front range, 80s to the north, around fort collins and greeley. mostly 50s and 60s for the mountains, and 70 area for the
get warmer in the next couple of days, and a cool down next week with highs in the 50s and 60s, and rain will be showing up for denver and snow for the higher elevations. at this point, we have a lit instability here farther to the south towards colorado springs, and we've seen the scattered showers show up in the last couple of hours here. in the hhat of the day. along i- springs, elizabeth, to colorado springs, sccttered showers, nothing here in denver, just high clouds, but assist we look closer towards black forest, and chi way, colorado springs did, pikes peak with the clouds. if you're planning a barbecue fodinner, it will be mild temperatures in the low 70s. breezy at times. but through tonight, we'll have the temperatures in the 50s overnight. and tomorrow afternoon, highs in the upper 70s and low 80s.
during the afternoon. we could see spotty showers to colorado springs, but tomorrow morning, i wanted to point out we could see fog along the eastern plains, so be prepared for lower visibilities out this way, ntil it clears into the late morning hours. into the evvning on sunday, looks good statewide. not a lot happening. we will quiet things down as we go into the beginning of the week, a mix it up in the of next week. 52, partly cloudy and some scattered showers, overnight lotion in 50s for western slope. and 40s sprinkled in for good measure in thh eastern plains. temperatures in the 70s and 80s here for our area tomorrow, afternoon, 73 for evergreen, 72 for longmont, 84 for fort morgue, and 77 for parker n denver, we'll have a high of 78 with sunny skies, and a light breathe. highh tomorrow as i said, 70s
warmer here for the southeast. on the 7-day forecast, ww stay pretty stable here in the next couple of days, and tuesday and wednesday, it becomes showery, and cool, temperatures in the 50s and 60s. -?overnight lows in the 30s be and 40s, aad it takes a while to walk into the 70s. friday, we hit 70, next saturday, 75, with sunshine. it's going to be the twist in the middle of the week, where the low will sit around for a couple of days. in the 50s and 60s. we'll hang on to the showers, and it clears oot. >> did i see a 35-degree low? >> yes. bur. tonight, it's the story you don't want to miss. it will melt yoor heart. >> brings a smile to everyone's
washington is broken. a blatant case of special interests buying influence in washington. a draft bill by scott tipton was largely written by tipton's biggest campaign contributor. orse, tipton's plans threaten thousands of recreation industry jobs. gail schwartz will protect colorado's public lands, jobs, and our rural way of life. gail schwartz -- independent leadership for colorado. house majority pac is responsible
today awareness month. so adam is introducing us to ben sandoval, a special needs wooker being celebrated for his big heart. he's been -- it's his turn to be celebrated. >> rrporter: the kitchen of this mcdonald's can be loud, full of hustle and bustle, and excitement, but in the dining room, there's an sense of cool.
20th year working here on north federal in denver. >> i do tables and trays and checking the bathrooms. >> reporter: every friday and saturday, you can count on ben greeting customers, too. >> he brings a smile to everyone's face. that's why he's so good at. i look forward to seeing him on friday. >> reporter: that's why ben wanted to plan a special is your bryce for his -- surprise for his 39th birthday. them back. ben is such an important part of the customers's day. , some will come in to see him. he is one of the longest serving employees here, and his boss says he boosts the team's moral, and enriching the customer experience. the fact that he has overcome special challenges make his more inspires. >> even if they are not your
customer service is his specialty, and he's the best we have. >> reporter: ben is excited to celebrate his birthday with the coworkers, but the favorite part, it's obvious. >> chocolate cake! >> unemploymenttright for people with special deeds is double traditional. the labor department is working to make sure more greattpeople like ben have employment tournaments that have teams -- opportunities that have teams jobs. and we want to wish ben a happy birthday. history, open to the public. >> today, edible labels get a new look. new look. parents will be happy about the power of the sun and the wind. it can fuel our lives
in colorado alone. but when washington gridlock was choking the industry, something had to be done. so, i teamed up with republicans and democrats to pass the new laws we needed to help renewable energy grow. protecting the jobs we have and generating more for the future. i'm michael bennet, and that's
caught up on top stories. body of missing camper scott burke has been found. police found him while responding to a report of a body. the 43-year-old was reported missing after he didn't come % home from a camping trip last friday. denver police is looking for a gunman, ooe per died and another was injured overnight on east colfax. police say it's possible there could be more than one suspect on the loose. but don't kn looking for. there will be extra law enforcement at the big border war game between csu and wyoming. the goal is to crack down on drunk driving, speeding and seat belt use. the game ball is ready to go for the game at 8:20. and the weather should be great for that. we do have a few scattered showers down towards centennial. this is our web cam down that direction by the mall. looking into the mills. and we do definitely see a few scattered showers there on the radar.
mountain national -- rocky mount at the national park. -- mountain national park. at this point, we are going to experience some beautiful weather with partly cloudy skies, and into tomorrow, it looks like we'll start to see % some changes occurring, but at this point though it, looks pretty good. the computer is stuck on this shot, so we're going to have to stick with that. afternoon highs were in the 70s and 80s, and tonight, we'll have overnight lows acoming as weening we -- we go into the next few days. a pretty shot that was stuck on the screen. feds are close to pulling a powerful supplement off the shelves. it's been around for thousands of years, but some call it dangerous, and want it banned.
would classify it as a schedule one drug. >> i've been on pain pills off and on since 14. >> reporter: carly knows the grip of opioid addiction. >> i tried to quit several times, like on my own. >> reporter: and the paper of trying to quit. -- pain of trying to quilt. >> muscles are like, your bone feel like there's a jackhammer on them, and you can't function. the mom discovered a tea leaf %- used to and drug a-- pain, and drug addiction. >> it's like i have my life back, ai haven't felt like this since 14. >> the dea said it can cause hallucination, afternoon the possible abuse. -- and abuse. >> just llke the box --
medications help you get off that, it's abused as well. ?> reporter: not true, says jennifer. she worries about the 500 to 600 customers she serves every dave. true danger is pulling a drug off the market that's helped so many addicts. >> the people are fully functions, engaged in their children's lives. i could tell you where it's been impact full. >> reporter: and dea vows to move forward. >> i want to be strong, but ?his is the only option i have. i don't know what to do. >> the dea says the supplement has been linked to 15 deaths. advocates say in 14 of the deaths, otherrdrugs were involved. startinn today, marijuana edibles will look different. thc symbol is required on all medical and recreational pot,
baaned from l product names. the rules are an effort to make pot less appealing for kids. relationally colorado has seen a spike in the number of kids for accidentally eating pot. longmont is trying to keep teens from using pot. the city got a nearly 600,000- dollar grant from a state government. the longmont requested money to cut down and teen marijuana -?use. news allrt. a new recall linked to takata air bags, and it's going to sound familiar to the first one. bmw is recalling 4000 suvs because the bags can break, and shoot out metal. the automaker says this goes back to incorrect welding in mexico. dealers will handle repairs starting in november. ton of you drive aasubaru. the automaker is recalling
the wiper motors can overheat, potentially cause a fire. they are called jewels of the highland. historic homes that make the neighborhood one of a kind. today was the jewels of the highlands tour. 8 homes were open to the public. among them this the house bulb restored after sitting open to the elements for six years. can you see some work that's been done. the new owners happily gave tours. the house and restored. and it's very touching and we've met a lot of neighbors, and new friends. it's been fun. >> the money raised from the jewels of the highland touring goes to skinner middle school. putting inspiration into yyur saturday. we'll introduce you to this week's 7 every day hero, an inspiration to teachers, and a role model for students.
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and. >> reporter: >> i've seen a huge turn around. she now loves reading. >> reporter: a volunteer tudor at the dora moore school. >> i want to give them as much love, and reinforcement as i can. >> reporter: and it works wonders. >> 80% of the kids improved literacy moderately on high. >> reporter: there divorce that are part of the -- tudors that are part of the program, if you're 55 other older, can do it, too, and maybe learn something. >> they taught me shrank. nobody pull nothing on my now. >> reporter: most of all, you have the satisfaction of helping make learning fun, like she has several times a week for the past two years. >> i have something to give and
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into the next few days, and a huge cool-down with temperature ins 50s and 60s, and rain is included with that. and depending on elevation, there will be snow. but there's just some light rain betweenndenver and colorado springs. we've seen the heavier showers farther to the south, but really, in the heat of day, we saw pop-up showers, and now line between elizabeth and lo we will watch this as it continues to push to the south and tees. it's now partly cloudy skies in the denver metro. if you are anywhere from black forest, chi way, you will expect -- kiowa, that shower activity will move in the as far as the barbecue forecast, % it's great, 72 around dinner time, breezy conditions but overnight lows in the 50s. tonight, temperatures in the
front range, not a lot happening with showers tonight. lot of these will fall apart. farther to the south, i do think we'll see fog here across the eastern plains early tomorrow around 7:30, and about 10:00, it burns off. perhaps a few showers in the afternoon and evening, into northeastern colorado. otherwise, quiet across the rest of the state. so tonight, holes in the low 50s, with partly cloudy skies, some scattered showers, and lows for tonight in the 40s and 50s here for the around gunnison and leadville, 44 for eagle, and 54 for grand junction. temperatures in the upper 70s, low 80s tomorrow. sunny skies. 80s from fort collins to greeley, towards bennett, and then on the 7-day forecast, you see we hover around 80, 80 for the next couple of days, a and drop into the 50s and 60s, we include rain for tuesday and wednesday, and come back into the 70s as we go towards friday
>> after the greatest victory in colorado fooling history during the mike mcentire era, cu faces something they haven't done before, winning a game they must to. looking for a beaver state sweep, montez, first quarter -- of a let-down. leaving it to beaver to allow him to lose the game. he scores 33-yard touchdown, and buffs up 13-6. have you noticed a trend? this game was ooer after this. quick pass, and he's got him. one move, and he's gone!
record with 19-yard receiving, three touchdowns, so did montez in the air. the rise, it's on in boulder. this is a statement, 47-6. first place in the south division. there is june lance in boulder. >> reporter: the buffs had field day against oregon state. montez and shea combined for a blowout victory, and more importantly, for the first time in school history, cu has a pac- 12 winning streak. >> now, we're up there, kind of going up the llng hill, click, click, click, and now, woo woo! and i think they want to keep goingg we're going to ride that roller coaster. >> 4-1, that's amazing.
do, but just cherish the moment. >> that's good, and big, but we have so much more to do. as we win the first two games, and lose the rest, it doesn't matter. we still have a lot of work to do. >> one of the big things is bowl eligibility. but after a 4-1 start, cu is just two wins away. % they can take another big step he next thanks. hold on to your hats. the game ball has arrived to hughes stadium, we hope. oldest rivalry wells of the mississippi. colorado state/wyoming have played every year since world war ii. the coach and rams hope to hold on to it for the further straight year -- fourth straight year. >> i love games where people
one game is 365 days that people are going to talk about and this is one of them. >> i'm excited. i think the crowd will be juiced, they're going to be into it. going to add more energy. >> first contest for air force and the commander in chief, falcons and navy. they wouldn't be air force if they didn't air it out! there's three but came up empty. fourth quarrer, watch this one- handwork. got him! falcons roll 28-14, they are 4- 0. broncos are road tripping in tampa bay. the buccaneers stand in the
so stay tuned. the ryder cup, you know what's coming. i put my thing down, flip it and reverse. an eagle, the fun part, guys, his reaction. check it out. -?priceless, he and spieth won their match. finally, please watch this closely. usc fight night in portland this. green man, th full hulk garb. a real life bruce banner. if you come like this, you can't lose. you cannot lose. you cannot lose. >> that's good tv right there!
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