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accused of stealing painkillers at the university of colorado hospital. >> this isn't the first time she's been in trouble. adam hammond joins us now. >>reporter: this nurses name is kacye unruh and she is accused of taking drugs from the oklahoma medical center where she used to work. 50 patients here in colorado have been notified and told they should be tested for hepatitis see. she worked in the dialysis center at this hospital and is accused of taking fentan hospital investigated immediately in july. she only worked at this hospital for a month and a half. this hospital tells us she only came in contact with patients in the dialysis unit. if you have been to the university of colorado hospital, if you weren't in dialysis you don't have to worry. nope patients have tested
allen admitted to stealing painkillers. he exposed patients to hiv. we just learned dylan thomas hollingsworth who was arrested in the head coach of the high school football team. boulder county sheriff said he>>reporter: -- choked a student and need a student. tonight is their final game of the will not coach. more breaking news, how do you pick up a 125 foot train that fell onto a building. you call in another crane and that's what denver fire is waiting on. at last check it had not arrived, pecos will remained closed. the plague is back in colorado. when a popular trail is closed. >> the cherry creek regional trail has been closed after finding the disease in a
let me show you, a lot of people walking on their favorite trail were in for a surprise. the health department found plague in the prairie dogs. along the cherry creek trail, sometimes you hear them before you see them.>> they run back and forth and barely squeaking. >>reporter: prairie dogs usually don't bother margie goodyear, until today. >> i came down here and i saw i stopped to go back. >>reporter: the tri-county health department says park workers noticed a prairie dog die off they tested them to find plague. if left untreated in humans it can be deadly.>> it is a public health risk. >>reporter: officials are taking action, the plague is spread through infected fleas. crews treated the prairie dog
delta dust.>> we sprayed the whole, so when the dog goes through the whole it affects the dog. >>reporter: they will retest, until then this stretch of trail stays closed as a precaution. >> the concern would be, not necessarily human, but a fat -- pat. the fleet will jump onto the >>reporter: no cases of plague have been founded people or pets. if you develop flulike symptoms after being in an area with the plague you should see your doctor. in douglas county, jacqueline allen denver7. >> the trail is closed until november 14 and every year they say they see two or three cases of plague in very dogs. we have learned the names of the two teenagers arrested for them death of a chef. raheen benson and lewis lera
even if they get theemaximum 40 yearr, they could be paroled tenures early. your help is needed to find these guys that were caught using stolen credit cards out of aurora. they were able to use the cards over two days at the end of october. the man wanted for hit and run turned himself into police after we showed you norlan estrada-reyes picture yesterday he's accused of killing karina pulec last weekend. the two men summer in nederland at pleaded we spoke to them after the fire started. donald trump is back in town tomorrow and he will speak at the national western complex. this is why we are seeing so much of the candidates. the new national poll from abc news has hillary clinton just three points ahead today. with such a close race, it's
counts. in the last few days, a certain party in colorado is voting at a faster rate. marshall zelinger is here. a good chunk of voters still haven't voted yet.>>reporter: maybe they want to keep their ballot as a prop, which i could've done from home today. maybe you are like the one point 5 million who have already voted. go to the denver7 at. blair miller has been updating these daily. 100,000 voters turned in ballots in the majority were democrats. the republicans in red are starting to catch up as we go day by day. democrats had the edge until halloween when the red catches up. this morning when the new numbers came out, it showed that 7000 more democrats had
overall moreethan 550,000 democrats that voted early and that's 53% of all active democrats in colorado. you within 550,000 republicans have voted but that's also 53%. when you look at the middle, to 30,000 unaffiliated and that accounts for the 37% of unaffiliated voters. 1.5 million have voted, slightly less than half of colorado's voters. i will turn might tuesday. >> i haven't voted yet either marshall. whoever did this is on the run. someone painted all over donald trumps campaign office at 18th and clarkston. part was all cleaned up after power washing. us officials warning all of us about terror attacks somewhere in the us the day before the election. the threat names new york, texas and virginia as possible targets.
polling locations like this one in central denver are already open. this is likely a scare tactic to suppress voter turnout.>> i have been expecting something like this. if terrorist groups such as isis, really wanted to put a dent and shape the outcome of the election, if they were to launch or inspire up terrorist attack it would have an effect on a very close election. >> officials say the extra vigilant if you see something out of the ordinary or unusual reported to police right away. it's been a day in colorado. ben carson was here campaigning for trump, president bill clinton was campaigning for his wife. clinton spoke to an enthusiastic crowd.>>reporter: the difference between the two candidates, how they see america now and how they see it
responsibility for the election.>> everyone knows that colorado of all places can supporhillary for president because you are of the state of the future and you know the attacks that america is going downhill and we have a week future and everything is bad is wrong!>>reporter: clinton acknowledged there is anger but said answers are important.>> he adjust trumps call to put america first.>>reporter: he did. we have to work with other nations he said our job is to maximize the promise and minimize risk of the changing world, to make sure the economy works for everyone. he said we need a security polity that will keep us safe so that we can rise together and give the rest of the world a chance. don't think that
stops. there will be more high profile campaign events between now and tuesday and you can keep track of them all the denver7 website and our denver7 at . miss understandings in longmont. the kid would not come out of the store, so they threw his backpack inside. five years in prison for denver man who offered to buy anyone a gun. here is a look at the francis.>> i am here to help you get your guns. if you have a felony or you can't get a gun because you have a violent crime on your record or you can't get a gun for another stupid reason. i want you to know, i want to help you.>> he goes on in that video saying he did this to protect second amendment rights and he was arrested. he purchased guns for an atf
assaulted her. he is accused of assaulting the woman while responding to a domestic violence call. sad news from fort carson, to highly decorated special forces soldiers were killed in afghanistan. captain andrew buyers and sergeant first class ryan clear both awarded the bronze star and purple heart. making the roads safer, if you have an idea. >> a breakthrough for this local make the history being made with the new makeup ads. a one-of-a-kind training happening right here. denver7 flies through the mountains. showers are moving into
"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 adrtising. "what's your position on equal
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count on seeing some lane closures in the days ahead. you could have $150,000 idea. c.-- dot says if you have an idea to save lives they want to hear them. there are ways to win, we have all of them for you on the denver7 at -- app. are being trained. >> it's a special center in the high country. marc stewart gives us about.>>reporter: every year 300 pilots from around the world come here, the lessons taught here will help pilots deal with some of the most challenging conditions in the sky.>> don't fall off the edge.>> we ave lives, that's the bottom line. whether we are doing that in
teach we put to use on search and rescues within the state of colorado.>>reporter: they call the black hawk the jack of all trades. it's called in to help during wildfires. >> we get the call from the national guard and we are out executing those missions, saving folks that are lost hikers, lost hunters, they are hurt or injured.>>reporter: training lasts about one week, a 30 colorado. in jepson, marc stewart denver 7. tonight at 10 mark will take us along his flight to show what is just how challenging it is. this woman is the next cover girl, she's muslim beauty blogger who is making history. she is the first woman to wear
times are actually changing this weekend. don't forget, sunday morning daylight saving time ends. turn your clock back an hour. first alert, the mountains could see some snow. chief meteorologist mike nelson is tracking your chances. a beautiful start to our evening. it's nice and quiet. i will talk about the mountain snow in just a second. this is a special day for me, working at a baskin-robbins ice cream store in madison, wisconsin. terry kelly was the meteorologist. the pretty girl name cindy came into the ice cream shop. i asked terry kelly for job and i started working at that television station and cindy and i had our first date on the same day. i used to make paper maps and then we invented the very first
computer. terry kelly was the brains behind that and i helped install weather, computers -- all over the country and i trained many weather casters. that was cindy and i 40 years ago and we are still together now. happy anniversary de. 40 years in television, all as of today. wow. on out there, 64 degrees downtown, 61 at the airport, 24% humidity. the storm is south of us, it's not much but it will move our way over the next 24 to 48 hours as it gets closer to the state, rain and snow over southwestern colorado. tonight stay clear low 40s in denver and 30 stored greeley. tomorrow, the precipitation will slowly work its way nortt, it falls apart. some mountain areas will see four inches to eight inches of snow, higher elevations might get a sprinkle of rain but a
65 in denver tomorrow, front range will be 60s to around 70 degrees with 50s primarily in the mountains. metro area will be high temperatures reaching up into the 60s with a mix of sun and clouds. for tonight, high clouds cool dry and 42 for tomorrow. the high temperature is expected to climb up to 65 with a mix of clouds and sun and mountain showers expected. mostly 60s coming up in the extended forecast, partly scouting -- cloudy skies through sunday. on sunday you get that extra hour of sleep so you can play hard tomorrow night and sleep in sunday morning. monday 63 and a look at 60s all the way through tuesday and through friday. >> happy anniversary. >> thank you, very much. when you have not won the world series in 108 years, 5 million people, out.>> 5 million people packed chicago
state ahead a key member of the broncos defense will not suit up against the raiders sunday. it was not a masterpiece last night, see 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 r 30,000 small businesses. and tom sullivan is a veteran who believes in an open and transparent government.
it's no secret. donald trump isn't for us. and unfortunately, congressman coffman isn't, either. and as families struggle to make ends meet, coffman voted against equal pay for equal work 11 times. it gets worse. coffman said he would support donald trump for president. and that's all we really need to know.
here is gary kubiak with more.>> he has good days and bad days. he will get an injection today and he may have had it, as we are speaking. we will edit calm down over the weekend. he is doing good, we feel good moving forward. we will rule him out this weekend and go to work.>> i am thankful to make the plays i am able to make. we have some great guys.>> boulder four turnovers and eight personal files it was like watching a bad movie. painful at times. this was the play of the game, isaiah oliver feels the punch that some nice blocking and he will do the rest. 68 yard touchdown. cu, first part return.
its together. >> we know how well we can play and we have not produced as an offense and that's really frustrating, given the way we were performing in the beginning of the season. we will go back and look at the film and see what we have to do. we have to be better if we want to ccntinue going upwards.>> finally, we showed you some scenes from the cubs parade. this is what it looked like there. the gates opened up and it was like a crossfit race for unfit people. it was a stampede on black friday for a one dollar toaster. estimated 5 million people in the city of only 2.7 million people. >> that is higher than colorado, the entire population. >> it was a really long run. [ laughter ]>> was i right?
against mike coffman. this year is no different. they say he's waging a war against women. that's just not true. mike stood up for women in the military, protecting us against sexual assault. he believes in equal pay and making sure pregnant women aren't discriminated against at work. time and again mike has stood up for women. i know, because he stood up for me. i'm mike coffman, and i approve this message. i'm mike coffman, 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 -- tough, smart, and fair. woman: after all donald trump has said and done...
i moved on her like a b***h! woman: trump's just so disgusting and degrading. he's bragged about assaulting women, and he's the republican nominee for president! and congressman mike coffman said he didn't know if donald trump's a sexual predator. come on. look, we just can't vote for coffman or trump. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message.
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to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!? . >> right now on "the list." the hottest trend in babies. gender reveal parties. creative ways to surprise your loved ones. plus, power up your phone by walking. and think big on student living. three crazy good discounts every parent of a college kid needs to know where. >> then the cold is coming. melt those winter blues with these cheap warm weather trips. that's all coming up on "the list." >> i'm bradley.
>> and we've got what's trending now. >> where's mommy? there she is. >> more and more kids are finding their mommy or daddy at home as daycare costs climb higher and higher. >> in most regions of the country, child care is the most expensive part of the family's budget. >> get this, in most states daycare is more expensive than instate college tuition. and in four states it costs even more [ crying ] >> yeah, those kinds of costs would make anyone cry. that's why one-third of homes have stay at home parents. that's the most in two decades. no matter how you do it, stay at home or going to work, caring for a kid is no easy task. the good news? it all gets easier once kids reach public school age. >> excellent. good job. >> from caring to ride sharing.
bringing your friends into the mix. >> uber has an app, and one of their biggest changes, they're turning your friend's phones into destinations. if your friends get uber permission to share their details with the app, you'll be able to type their name in as the destination. and your uber will take you straight to them. if you are planning to meet up with someone but they're bouncing around, no problem. uber will find them for you. that's not the only change. if you connect your calendar to the app, uber will have the location details of any event stores. you just tap and go. if you are hungry, you're in luck. they'll even show you yelp reviews of restaurants close to your ination. >> now, if those ubers want to be full service, they need a new device that will bake you fresh cookies in less than ten minutes. >> cookies, we can all agree -- >> they're so good. >> that they are.