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leader not we're in the home stretch. new polls suggest clinton and trump in a dead heat in colorado. therefore, candidates and just about every single heavy hitting circuit that get their hands on harvesting our state. >> big-name supporters are making visits here. mark stuart is keeping track. >> reporter: it's all about numbers. new polls are out in a tight race. you look at the clear politics early clinton has a slight 2% lead. that's why bill clinton is coming here tomorrow to further court democrats. at the same time, republicans also are sending people like ben carson. donald trump junior held a rally in fort collins speaking to denver seven he stuck to a campaign talking points, that being hillary clinton's email server. all the states with the
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we saw hillary clinton hours ago in north carolina take a listen to our conversation with chuck junior and his secretary clinton. >> when you see the hillary clinton server stuff and all the email controversies and the second investigation, you start to realize, this is a decades long corrupt enterprise. we knew better but now we're actually seeing it. is troubling for me as an american is so few people actually care about that. >> donald trump or to win this election we would have a commander-in-chief who is completely out of his depth and dangerous. someone who wants more countries to have nuclear weapons and could easily consult a foreign leader and start a real war instead of just a twitter war. >> the fact is, these visits matter. those in the abrines we'll tell you club grassroots efforts can help to motivate voters. it's not a shock that bernie sanders will be here this
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someone is trying to get a big name here and election is just five days away. this is also the home stretch for campaign volunteers. it certainly does, but generally busy people some are going door-to-door, some are working in the call center. >> the goal is to get everyone to fill out their ballot and drop it off as possible. this drop-off location out here in front headquarters has been steady all day long. >> governor john hakan the proposed the campus kickoff for the clinton campaign this morning firing up supporters that they could go door-to-door to get out the vote. >> this is our street map. all these little dots were people live. >> jack and mary beth berry volunteered to go door-to-door in southeast denver. they told homeowners once the catch their ballots -- cast any more phone calls or visits.
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realize that. if you do your job and do it early, you get called because we don't want to talk to people that already voted.>> reporter: truck campaign, center, volunteers dialed and the talty to fill out their ballots. >> it cannot stay on the kitchen table. you to pick it up, take it to a election center and need to vote. >> reporter: arecibo centers as they want people to be engaged and vote. >> work hard to make sure you got your belt turned in. >> reporter: mantras from both camps told me it's been a long campaign but they can see the light at the end of the tunnel. how effective are these volunteer efforts? very. clinton supporters that she not that an elderly woman story of the woman said, is it that time already? and trump supporter told me he never got a ballot in the mail, he is using the call center to ask other people and is help
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how they can go vote in person. a colorado cold case is solved. it's a 39-year-old murder mystery surrounding a deadly stabbing of a 17-year-old girl. you do this to lease a 50-year- old california boy killed the victim in 1977. she was visiting her sister, she told her sister she is going for a walk with a boy she never returned. two days later, her body was discovered at a nearby field. that boy was killed in a motorcycle accident in 1981. dna samples taken from his family helped identify him as the killer. this is a tough day for students and faculty in nemer county. there were told to stay home today after a teenager's body was found inside the campus. we learned classes will be canceled tomorrow. police are still investigating the student's death. the search continues in a
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toddler presumed dead. it stayed three of the search and still no sign of 13-month- old silas oh hit him. these are new photos today. you can see the search and rescue crews going to tons of trash. with sex is back with thanksgiving three weeks away. da way with was ranked the eighth worst in the us by popular travel sites. we t t worst airport in the country. this is a security with line. this is the fastlane, the project. even they are having to wait for quite some time.>> obviously, tsa preapproval and still waiting. >> reporter: ichabod almost anyone in a bad mood. >> the lines here and lines in general are worse then owner. go cubbies.
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why did denver do so poorly? >> it all comes down to looking at the number. >> reporter: editorial director says they focused on timeliness, crunching the numbers of flight delays, cancellations and security wait times. >> we want to get data-driven analysis on which airports deliver on things that matter most. >> they also considered accessibility. it took us 45 minutes today. >> dia is in the middle of nowhere. >> reporrer: least important, amenities. denver is in the middle of the pack for the number of restaurants. it has free wi-fi and relatively cheap parking. >> it's not very well organized. it gets too crowded. >> i'm not sure who's doing the poll, i think it's a great airport. checkout we asked airport officials for comment but they
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said they disagree with the survey's findings and the methods used. they say they range consistently among the top airports in the country. frontier airlines flight attendants rally outside denver international toddy. the flight attendants union says it just once frontiere to investigate someplace after the decision to outsourceethousands of jobs. a woman who lost her life may soon be nationally recognized. she may be added to the memorial for followed educators. the memorial is a granite book on the state university campus in kansas that lists teachers across us who died while serving students. she was go back in september when the bus crashed a dia. fort collins is beefing up 3 its police presence. the city budget includes the addition of nine patrol officers over the next few years. it still waiting for final
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your weather forecast. that's the goal of lockheed martin as they prepare to launch a new jackson county- based weather satellites. mike nelson is a lucky hq tonight. checkout the buildings behind me may not look all that special but there's something very special going on inside. these are the clean rooms at the facility were some of the most important weather satellites are being held come including legendary space satellites that travel to venus an inside this room, we are assembling the new satellite. geostationary operational environmental satellitt. -?the next generation. it's currently being built here. it left waterton canyon in auggst will be launched in two weeks. we toward the clean room this afternoon as buzzing around the satellite. there is a vast array of
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wildfires and detect lightning from 22,000 miles above the earth. we have said lisa do this job but these new ones will be far superior, more images, high- resolution ago tim gasper rini explains. as technology evolves we can do better and improve our ability to forecast the weather and understand severe storms. the whole purpose is life and property. >> public safety is our mission as well. when the new satellite becomes operational, will be able to use all this new information to provide you and your family with faster, more accurate and more important severe that a strong and cannito warnings. -- tornado warnings.
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brighton today, he saw a lot of smoke in the air, don't be alarmed because the fire department tweeted it was just a controlled burn of cattails. if i was a i-70 six at county road and can be seen all the way from dia and lafayette. high school students in love and got a sobering lesson on child traaficking in carter. seniors learned up to 300,000 children are exploited in sex trafficking in help. we need to help kids be the eyes and ears in the hallways of their schools in ways we can ever be. as much as they are the most vulnerable, this generation has the most power o bring about change. >> group called a face to refrain was offering these classes on the danger is -- tte dangers of sex trafficking all around colorado.
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kindness. we learned about rachel scott how she would ask the kids by themselves to ask the city lunch. natalie hamptons sit with us app is being used in schools around the world within a month of its launch. the app encourages students to be ambassadors in their school and invite other kids to sit a group table. >> what made you come up with this idea to help other kids? >> i was severely bullied at my old school. >> the app is not associated with rachel's challenge but we think she would approve. >> was a great idea. ddone security, there may be a new way to protect your home from?. >> i/o a startup is trying to protect your property with a little help from above. >> the city of littleton using toilet paper, a different
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it was the worst day of our lives. >> 10 months ago, disaster struck. >> one minute you are talking to her daughter, the next we get a call from a chaplain. >> doctors game on a 1% chance to live. then the impossible happened. >> i call it miraculous. she's beenntouched by whatever you want to call it.>> reporter: her inspiring recovery and how scott tipton -- our congressman? or is he a real-estate agent
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to his out-of-state donors. over 30 colorado business leaders called tipton's plans, "a serious threat to the outdoor recreation industry and...thousands of jobs." gail schwartz will defend our public lands and won't put colorado's future up for sale. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. to keep our communities safe, we need a district attorney like jake lilly -- tough, smart, and determined to keep us safe. and iraq war veteran, jake lilly is an experienced prosecutor who will be tough on violent crime, including murder and domestic abuse. and he has a smart plan to provide treatment for non-violent offenders, including veterans suffering from mental illness or addiction. jake lilly for district attorney --
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a new startup is looking to turn drones into guardian angels for our homes. some violence and it's a new a new security system that takes possible threats your property investigates with a drone. the streams video to your smart phones you can decide if your home is at risk or not. the company is accepting applications and plans to do some testing next year. a crisis averted, this newly released shows the moments for the troopers pulled over an elderly man who was driving on the wrong side of the highway. october the play called for help when he saw ttis driver. police say the 76 europe and was it hurts but he seemed confused. have you recovered? the curse is over. the team ended the longest world series drought in major league history last night spanning over a century. scott maclean is in the windy city and shows us a celebration
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home with prize in hand. after being the clebert indians 87. chicago rooted in celebrations 108 years in the making. >> game seven was a nailbiter that went for 10 innings. the fans didn't seem to mind. >> i'm inspired, i don't know when i'll ever sleep again. this was amazing. >> i'm weeping openly. i am covered with beer and tears. happening.>> reporter: some are disappointed they had to have lisa district a loser. >> it was a great night. >> reporter: cubs took three in a row.>> the anxiety was insane. it is one game at a time mentality. >> even if the president joined in. he tweeted it happened, that's
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>> these men were exhausted but it's great to get a glimpse of them after the game. >> wrigley field is flying the w sobering end of a decades old curse and a hard-won victory. the city of littleton is taking an interesting approach to covering the cracks in roads. replacing toilet paper over freshly sealed paved areas to keep the tar in place and off of people's cars and tires. over the cracks meshes with the sealant happens to be cheap. >> attractive, i don't know? jacob tamme is looking for assistance this holiday season, take a moment to listen. salvation army staff members are many registration is taking place at six locations in the denver metro area this week. for those who apply, they will provide donated toys the kids and grocery store gift certificates for, the 24,000
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families in denver metrocast season. an update it about the cats rescued. it didn't have a caller so was taken to the vet. after being saved. it's fine and expected to be up for adoption soon go out here, at the facility for lockheed martin. this is a give everyone a nod. >> with a lot of great technology, satellite dish up here with weather signals and stories across colorado. into the mountains. we have our cellular affirmation we can give you some great information wireless cameras. on board, we have all the information city contract the
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the beast. once you're in, there's a big wheel. they get in and out of bad weather conditions. with a wench so we can pull people outs. corey was joking else had to pull the competition out of the ditch a few weeks ago when they were on a weather story. the first alert weather chaser wools. >> let's talk with her. we can see for 70 miles today. great visibility and it's been a nice clear day. taking a look at the satellite picture we will have 4 to 5 times the resolution. not only the pictures will be clear that standard definition and high definition, will get satellite imagery as often as every 30 seconds in certain severe weather times which is way superior to what we do now. you can see the skies are
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city into colorado, the temperatures have been back up above normal in the 60s and 70s. we'll see those close dropdown to 40s on the planes. some 20s and 30s. tomorrow i futurecast you'll start to see sooe of the clouds to the southwest. they move our way and will keep close watch on that. there's already a snow advisory in effect saturday. highs tomorrow will be warm despite increasing high clouds back up close to 70 degrees for the 60s and 70s mostly at lower elevations. they'll be part of a minor storm system goes been rain and snow was slight chance of showers in the denver area. the seven day, it will still be
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though mostly impact the mountains. when we get that first snow, the first alert weather chaser will be out there and will handle any storm and bring the latest. the few at the top of the track is pretty good. >> when we get snow, we will tell you all about it.
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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. they'd be a great team in the state senate.
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welcome to seven sports extra. it is gameday. bouuder, number 15 see you and ucla set to rumble on national tv at seven. last we saw above, this was happening. when it effort and number 15 spot in the college football playoff rankings keep winning, keep reading and keep writing. mike mcintyre told a season. >> win the show to play, we have to show up to play and get one more point. they are excited about that. we say welcome to the fight every day. every day in life is a fight. we compared to life and football. i think they are getting that. >> is easy during this time of year, we play for pridy now we have something to play for. it's a great feeling. it just adds more intensity to practice, more focused and the
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show up every week. >> the latest from dove valley. california getting a second opinion on his injured back. he is not ruled out for the raiders game. gaay kubiak told us it was could be a metime decision. wade phillips full of the fingers had a cat scan on his head down to nothing. he might move up to the coaches booth and get away from the sky's the sidelines. he still in pain from a broken rib. defensive player of the week has full confidence. the bb okay with efense against the raiders.>> with all these guys that can come in and contributes. i feel completely comfortable, chris out there, tj. it's still no-fly zone. we have different plays out thhre. >> there was this last night. the cna's on denver seven.
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seeing and nationwide jingle. >> check the channel to watch it with the audio. it's worth a look. log on to our website, we have it there for you right now. he is 100 million in the back, he can do anything anytime, anywhere. >> thank you for watching. >> thank you for watching. we appreci hillary clinton: i'y clinton and i approve this ica depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me." vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of
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i'm michael bennet, essage. narrator: what do you really know about darryl glenn, the fringe republican candidate for senate? darryl glenn doesn't believe in climate change. he's for eliminating the department of education. and glenn wants to outlaw abortion even in cases of rape and incest. reporter: glenn says if he's fortunate enough to go to capitol hill, he has no interest in working across the aisle. darryl glenn: i'm running against democrats. i'm running against evil.
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tonight, breaking news. donald trump, hillary clinton. the new polls just out. there is new hope for both of them in unexpected states. where this race now stands. plus, melania's moment. her solo speech today. and the big plan revealed for president obama, the first lady and hillary clinton on election eve. the stunning and gruesome discovery at a home. a woman missing for months. allegedly chained inside a storage container. tonight, she's been rescued. the realtor under arrest. and authorities say, it does not end there. the moment that caused national outrage. tonight, that officer on trial. the man killed, walter scott, his mother on the stand. the plane crash. the chopper overhead, capturing it all. >> clear the building! >> the incredible moment that comes next. and your money tonight. a new warning.


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