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tv   Early Today  KUSA  January 8, 2016 4:00am-4:30am MST

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places.... north and south of the metro are getting the most right now. this is a look at we have team coverage for you this morning to help you get out the door safely... 9news reporter colleen ferreira is driving around to check on those road conditions. tarhonda thomas is in and becky
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9backyard to give becky let's start with you... what can we expect today. a lot of the snow in the metro area started late last
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thanks colleen. a lot of the snow in the metro area started late last
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continuing into this morning... 9news reporter tarhonda thomas checking things out for us on the
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night and it's continuing into this morning... 9news reporter tarhonda thomas checking things out for us on the south side of town. thanks amelia... 9news reporter colleen ferreira is out driving right now to get a first hand look at the roads. she's driving towards longmont this morning. colleen- what are the roads like? thanks tarhonda.. one of the best ways for us to
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story this morning -- is for you to let us know what things our like in your area. 9news reporter vida urbonas has been monitoring social media for us. adlib we want to see your weather pictures.
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hashtag 9-wx or check for closures and more on 9news-dot-com. breaking overnight. two more businesses are burglarized in smash and grabs. it happened on south broadway near kenyon avenue at the panda one. our photographer saw officers track footprints in the snow. right now, investigators are trying to find out if this crime is linked to a string of recent smash and grabs in denver, sheridan, wheat ridge, and
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we're getting a fresh look this morning of a fugutive on the f-b- i's "10 most wanted list." and agents think he could still be here in colorado. the fbi released these photos of 25-year-old myloh mason. connection to a lakewood - a bank shootings of two people on november 18-th. agents say mason and two accomplices wore "scream" masks during the robbery, then carjacked and shot two people. the accomplices were arrested. depending where you are, you could be seeing anything from wet roads to icy and snowpacked roads. just take a look at
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it's 4:. we're tracking a winter weather system that's moving through it's 4:. we're tracking a winter weather system that's moving through the metro area this morning. this is a live look at
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we're tracking a winter weather
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moving through the metro area this morning. this is a live look at .
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to tell you about this morning. scammers in colorado are targeting people who enter this country illegally. illegal citizens can get a driver's license at one of three particular dmvs in the state. trouble is, the appointments to go get an id are hard to come by. 9news reporter whitney wild shows us how these people are getting scammed. coffman says her office is asking other victims to come forward to
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coffman says her office is asking other victims to come forward to help find these scam artists. the a-g's office says they will not ask about immigration status if victims come forward, they can also remain anonymous. it's a move that just might warm your heart this morning. what high school students in highlands ranch
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in highlands ranch are working on students at rock canyon high school in highlands ranch are working on students at rock canyon high school in highlands ranch are working on giving back to the community. during free hours, they're all working - to make blankets for the homeless. 9news education reporter nelson garcia found out more about why
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it just may take the form... ...of a blanket. maddie hulst is a member of the link crew at rock canyon high school.. a program where upperclassmen interact with freshmen throughout the year. they are all working on putting together what they call tie blankets... to give to homeless families from douglas county to denver. they are not doing this for a grade nor towards hours of community service. they are doing it for another reason. hulst applied and won... a $2,500 grant from sam's club to buy all this fabric. to make all these blankets during school. teacher kristin karnicki says this is a good lesson for kids in an affluent area like highlands ranch. all in the form... of love. in highlands ranch, nelson garcia, 9news.> students have already delivered 60 blankets. one shelter told students have
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60 blankets. one shelter told them the people there loved them - especially - the children who got them.
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how to get around those messy roads this morning, amelia her traffic report,
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