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take a look at this. new video shows a meteor in the sky over little 10. a lot of you called saying you saw this just before 7:00. this viewer caught it on his dashcam. >> new tonight colorado is back and play 11 days until the election. donald trump just announced a campaign stop in golden. his 10th campaign event in our state since july. and trump faces a new accuser tonight. businesswoman. she claims he made a sexual gesture toward her.>> i was pregnant with my first child at the time and so was his second wife. he compared my breast size to his wife by putting his hands in the air. i was shocked. >> she says she believes the accusations against trump from his experiences working with him. so far no response from trump.
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pipeline protest came to a dramatic end. they rested two dozen people who just refuse to leave. demonstrators are upset because this pipeline runs through sake heard tribal land.>> the leaders of the militia who overtook the wildlife rescue desperate refuge avoid federal charges. the judge has acquitted them on the stand off earlier this year lasted 40 days. a 13-month-old baby is believed to be -- the body is believed to be in -- that child has not been seen for days and now he's presumed dead. live in laramie county wyoming where a detective spent the day at the home.>> reporter: what happened here is extremely disturbing. a baby missing four days.
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sheriff office officials here in wyoming are trying to find the truth.>> it just makes you sick. >> the body of a 13-month-old baby boy could be somewhere in this weld county garbage dump.>> there was a man arguing with the woman over here and he asked where the baby was. and she said i don't know. >> neighbors had arguing at this mobile home. that was wednesday. cops showed up a short time different stories told to the county sheriff's office. the baby's mom posted this strange message on facebook days ago. about a man named santiago. she told deputies he took her son on a fishing trip butthat turned out to be false.>> you try to wrap your head why apparent would wait for days to report their child missing.>> question why would this make
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reached on facebook instead of calling police. investigators are trying to figure out what happened during the four days and leading up to the baby's death. keeping them going.>> they're calling it a homicide investigation and believe they have a person of interest. neighbors told us the boyfriend's name. we checked with the jail and a man by that name is currently being held on a parole violation. >> it's been nerve-racking and heartbreaking. >> reporter: detectives have not been able to interview the mom yet. we know they are sttll trying to get the okay to search that dump tomorrow. they describe it as a painstaking process and say that they're going to have to search through about 200,000 pounds of garbage. tonight denver's marijuana department is apologizing after
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public meeting. we wanted to know about a proposed dispensary. last night the city said we did not give enough notice and today they told us they will now try be more accommodating. the feds bust in irs scam involving and 15,000 victims including here in colorado. nearly 60 people in the u.s. and india who claim to be with the irs and demanded money have been arrested. when vick them handed over -- $25,000. the justice department says the former nsa contractor accused of stealing classified information had names of covert intelligence officers in his home. the contractor worked for the same contractor as edward snowden. mike pence says he will be back on the campaign trail tomorrow after this scare tonight. his plane slid off the runway at laguardia airport. it was raining at the time and everybody on board was okay.
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the election is rigged. a new ap poll shows 64% of trump supporters say they may doubt the accuracy of the vote count if trump does not win. only one third of clinton supporters expressed doubt. that concern of a rigged election had a douglas county better on alert.>> she contacted the political reporter after getting to ballots in the male -- ballots in the male.>> because of the it cost me to be concerned. >> jan wagner from parker contacted us after getting to ballots in the male that are notable inslee different. -- noticeably different.>> a stem versus the meter. and i was concerned that i was getting to ballots.>> on thursday we told you about teresa who got two ballots in denver.
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blue one turned out to be a special election. and open space in the parks district in parker. it was sent separately because she owns property in the district but live somewhere else. 300 other voters were sent these to ballots and already five have called to question why. >> they have to go a separate route for processing. >> because they were sent to just a few hundred voters they were stamped individually. >> voter fraud has been thrown around a lot. because of that she had concert and i'm happy she brought it to our attention.>> people living in a third of us counties have no option when it comes to their health insurer through government run marketplaces. the ap put together this map and the whitest shaded counties only have one help insure for next year and that includes much of western colorado and all of oklahoma and wyoming. leave the weapons home for
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their banning all realistic guns of any kind. live on the mall. and international businesses laying down roots here. you maybe have heard of it before. is a big japanese clothing company. it's officially opening its doors tomorrow. >> from tokyo to denver. and just like that the japanese company its 46 store in the u.s. right here in denver. this two-story clothing store is a lot like a big gap or h&m.>> known for its petticoats and affordable prices the ceo is hear from -->> the company says its most
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a bright spot for the street after a year with several violent incidences including this one just one block over.>> the security guards patrol the mall to ward off any violence. despite the headlines the denver pavilions ceo says sales revenue has doubled in almost a decade. they expect that to continue with the opening. adam hammond tonight, denver today was hotter than miami. denver 83 degrees shattering a 50 year record we will be in record territooy tomorrow. here's the reason you need to take down equipment and yard toys. this younggbut got tamez -- tangled in a hammock it broke off and antler and part of the deer's skull. 10 and only on denver 7.>> this entire section is already washed out.
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>> the trail is supposed to be 21 miles of well-maintained and paved pathways. but as you can see parts of the trail are a rating. the city is not doing enough to fix it.>> i think it is extremely scennc. >> longtime greeley resident skates along the river trail every day. >> it's probably one of the nicest trails around. >> but lately it's become more difficult and it points impossible. >> the entire section of the trail washed out several months ago. the city has yet to do anything about it. other than market with -- market it with cones.>> it makes me feel frustrated. i hate to see a resource like this. if you look down at it you see trash in the water. >> it's a surprise that it's been like that for a good
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sits the slabs of falling concrete and other debris they believe all that could've been prevented when it first started eroding after the september they believe all that could've been prevented when it first started eroding after the september 2013 floods.>> this is post beef landed -- funded by public money.>> the trail runs from greeley to windsurf. at least six of the sections are in need of repair. >> something needs to be done the city manager tells us there working to get the money to fix the entire pathway. they hope to start construction on this section in the spring of 2017. but it's not going to come cheap and estimate found it will cost more than $300,000. you pay for parking and now they want you to pay for a ticket.>> yes. they say i did
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it's a denver parking lot intentionally confusing drivers to rake in huge profits from questionable tickets. writing tickets when people are actually paying for parking.
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now the hidden camera investigation into a parking lot
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>> this is completely unfair. >> jessica davis pay to park in this parking lot.>> they gave me a ticket almost right after i parked.>> in fact documents show that one minute after she paid her seven dollars through an app on her cell phone, a ticket writers slid $ windshield wiper.>> so you pay for parking and now they want you to pay for a ticket.>> yes and they say i do not pay but i did and i have proof. >> it's a parking lot located at 17th and plaid in denver. a parking lot in high demand located in a booming business district. in the middle of a major construction zone. and a parking lot by all
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signs.>> i think they are playing a numbers game. they figureemost people will not bother to fight it. >> our investigation is found she is not alone.>> are you guys the owners?>> know. >> over several days and evenings are hidden camera found ticket writers making visits almost every hour.>> that's a $75 ticket.>> to get >> air hitting cameras captured ticket after ticket after ticket. and many drivers surprised not understanding why they received thh violation. >> it's confusing.>> danielle said she tried to pay. she followed t signs inside the lot of the phone app would not accept your payment.>> do you feel you were trapped? >> it feels a little like a
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discovered frustrations raise are not unique. we found several complaints at the better business bureau about this parking lot on plat. one reads paying via their complicated nonuserrfriendly automated system over the phone received a ticket that night. >> and other reads i used the pay by phone and found a parking ticket for $75. and others included excessive fee nonuser friendly. and posted to abuse and -- confusing signs for a paper trail exposing a parking lot aggressively profiting off the confusion it creates. >> i hope they get burnt i hope they get caught. >> who ever owns this parking lot is making a lot of money.>> how are you doing?>> to have a minute? >> we returned to the parking
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the ticket writers. >> people are telling us that you have set up a system that's confusing.>> and that you are setting up the system where they have no idea there walking into your trap.>> they told you we set up a trap and you agree with them. that's why you're here. >> we're also there to question inconsistencies in the signs. their authorized to park if they pay the seven dollars. then inside the lot customers .2 questions with signs directing them to an app and a toll-free number. but nothing saying parking is only allowed with the permits during the weekdays. >> you guys are making thousands of dollars off of what you said up here. and it's confusing.>> that would be something you have to
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investigating what's happening in that parking lot, what was your reaction?>> i was surprised. >> ellen manages the parking lot. >> we talked to several of your customers that received a % $75 ticket. surprised and confused and not able to follow your system.>> i'm sorry about that. after you called me yesterday i was concerned enough that i called douglas parking and i have asked them to suspend violations because i'm not happy with what you're telling me.>> the parking lot tells denver 7 management changes were in the works before our investigation that what we reported has expedited and expanded the plane changes. >> we are going to work with our new management company to come up with a system that in our estimation is more easily be -- easily understood and signage that is more easily understood. and i think that shows that we
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>> the people that have reached out to us, will you would investigate if they are valid, absolutely.>> the operator of the parking lot called us late this afternoon with an update. she says the changes are in the work and new ways to collect money and new signs to clear up the confusion if you know of a parking lot we need to investigate, let us know. email us or call us here at denver 7. denver 7 investigates uncover this case thanks to a tip from you. if you have something you would like investigators to look into caller tip line anytime temperatures are high in up in the sky something pretty today. you may have seen these mother- of-pearl or iridescent clouds. what causes them, sunlight shining upon the cloud. in the clouds there are tiny
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even though temperatures are below freezing in certain cases the water stays in a liquid form. the little droplets break up the light waves into turbulent waves of light. those waves of light act -- because all the different colors of the rainbow. i want to show you what it looks like from the loveland area. thhs is a beautiful shop -- shot in time lapse. we are still warmer right now at 62 that should be all day long. normal high is 61 degrees at the airport it 67 degrees and winds are gusting southwest high clouds tonight lows in the 40s and 50s in the planes and 30s and 40s in the mountains. metro area generally 50s to the west and across most -- of the metro area. we will have another pretty center-right -- sunrise tomorrow. the clouds or theme you might
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but you will not see much of a change in temperature. look at the 80s again across all of eastern colorado with 50s and set things -- 60 in the mountains of foothills. tonight clouds mild and 47 degrees. tomorrow high clouds again we will call it mostly sunny and 84 high. that will tie the record for tomorrow. which was reached in 1994. of a minor weather front coming through satu nice day sunday was 70s and sunshine. partly cloudy for monday on halloween with 68 degrees trick- or-treat temperatures will cool into the 50s and we might see a few showers on tuesday. >> but sunday football weather. big news today anderson had knee surgery and now we will find out how long cj will
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when i became governor, i knew we had to protect our colorado way of life. it's why i need a good team in the state senate. like rachel zenzinger, a former teacher who's fought for equal pay for equal work. daniel kagan championed property tax rebates to help seniors afford their utility bills. jenise may worked to cut taxes for 30,000 small businesses. and tom sullivan is a veteran who believes in an open and transparent government.
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welcome to 7 sports extract. cj anderson had surgery tonight to fix that torn meniscus in his right knee. no word on how long he will be out. everybody hopes the best for cj but moving forward next man up. capri bids for. >> cj anderson brace for bad news thursday and he received it. he will be sidelined indefinitely. the broncos leading rusher underwent surgery thursday. his recovery time is unknown. the nfl is about as sympathetic as a parking ticket. one man's adverse 30 becomes another players offer attorney
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it's coming. this is where you find out a lot about the depth of your team.>> at least we've got guys in the back field that can make plays. of course we will miss cj. is a great guide. that we put into this, we are up early in the morning. we get after this. its rigorous studying. >> it gives opportunity for guys to go out and start their career. and start everything that they
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to show everyone what they can do. book will be ready to go and capri. they been waiting for the opportunity.>> they will test his hamstring on friday and that will determine if you will be active on sunday against the chargers >> thursday night the ball, eddie george getting the tennessee crowd fired up with the sword. do not look directly at these things. the blue titans, the mustard jacks, no chance. demarco murray busted outside 36-22. titans. >> german soccer player spit out his them accidentally been saved if i kicking the game up in the air and juggling. he kicked it and saved it. finally 10 times back into he mouth.>> you will do anything for the last piece of gum.
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this is the colorado none of us want to lose. i'm gail schwartz, and i'm running for congress to stop the sale of our public lands. coloradans should have the freedom to use this land for ranching, hunting and fishing, st bidder. scott tipton wants to cut off our access to these lands for generations to come, killing thousands of jobs. i approved this message because i won't let that happen. a man attacked me in a parking garage. i approved this message tried to stab me with an 8-inch knife. but i carry a pistol. i fight back. that's why i'm still here. every woman has a right to defend herself with a gun if she chooses.
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own a gun. donald trump supports my right to own a gun. a stolen car chase comes to an unexpected ending one day after stealing a subaru them the woman returned it with a note and cash inside. the thief had gone to the neighborhood to pick up a friend suber and took the wrong one. it turns out the subarus are interchangeable.>> a final look at whether. >> it does not look like an
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temperatures record levels again tomorrow. and a pretty nice weekend. and a pretty nice weekend. be sure it's the right it's no secret. donald trump isn't for us. and unfortunately, congressman coffman isn't, either. just listen. and as families struggle to make ends meet, coffman voted against equal pay for equal work 11 times. coffman said he would support donald trump for president. and that's all we really need to know.
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mike coffman, endorsed by the denver post. he's "a consistent warrior" who "took action against his party's presidential nominee," donald trump, and has "urged republicans to stop stalling on immigration reform." mike coffman. "reliable." a "leader." unlike morgan carroll, st calls "disingenuous" and "partisan." "if we're ever to see gridlock reduced in congress, we need more representatives like coffman." mike coffman. endorsed by the denver post for congress. i'm mike coffman,
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when i became governor, i knew we had to protect our colorado way of life. it's why i need a good team in the state senate. like rachel zenzinger, a former teacher who's fought for equal pay for equal work. daniel kagan championed property tax rebates
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their utility bills. jenise may worked to cut taxes for 30,000 small businesses. and tom sullivan is a veteran who believes in an open and transparent government.
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"jimmy kimmel live!" tonight, miles teller. science bob pflugfelder. this week in unnecessary censorship. and music from alessia cara. and now, here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: hi, everybody. thank you. thank you for watching. thank you for coming. welcome one and all.

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