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this is 9news. >> we're just one day away from the big game. are 9news crews have covered from northern california. and i 6.2 magnitude earthquake, a young girl and puppy somehow managed to escape. and one man standing right on the top of the sinkhole when years collapsed. -- when the earth collapsed. in the traffic you can
going on i-70 up to the cot -- high country. and belen de leon is live as well as cheryl preheim live in santa clara before the get -- before the big game. we will be back with them in a moment. but first, belen de leon live in arvada at king soopers. how is it going this morning? >> yes we are in arvada with all these broncos fans, ready for their magnets. right here next to me we had these beautiful ladies, this is stephanie and what is your name? >> roberta. >> and they are ready to get magnets so without further ado, let's give away some magnets. all right, the origin blew out here is in full force. let's take a look at the forefront -- the orange and blue out here is in full force. let's look at the forecast,
teams in some spots but by this afternoon warmer than yesterday with highs in the upper 40s with just a few clouds over our heads. check it out, this is how your saturday morning is starting out. your afternoon highs are going to be in the upper 40s, could see 50s around the downtown area and closer to the foothills. we do have to watch out for stronger winds inns -- in southern wyoming. we could see gusts up there towards 75 miles per hour and closer to the foothills gusting to 50 miles per hour. we will let you know how long this dry and mild weather trend will continue. out here at 64th in mcintyre giving away magnets. -- and mcintyre giving away
away tracy? >> take it away, tracy. >> you heard him. if you're heading westbound on i-70 we are starting to see the influx of traffic. just crawling. the good news i have though, is we're not battling the weather elements like we were last weekend. we are not battling the snow. we could be dealing with stronger wind gusts but for some of these normal vehicles we should be okay. were adding another about 40 minutes onto that normal drives to get worse. everybody just leaving the city, the slowdown is all the way from genesee all the way through idaho springs and when slow. those speeds are down in the single digits, so you know you've got to pack the patient -- patients -- you have to pack your patience when you go up there. we could see the traffic pattern a little bit different,
typical for your saturday morning. >> we love you but you are always the bearer of bad news. right on cue. thanks tracy, we appreciate it. listen to radio weekend for traffic updates and up-to-the- minute road conditions. just log onto cotrip.org . and watch the reports right here on 9news, tracy joining us from weather nation. we are almost here, all the talk and all the hype -- just a day away from the big game. >> and we are seeing all the action first with cheryl preheim. cheryl, a big day. >> it is because the denver broncos are going to make their first trip here to the stadium because they will do a walk- through. they will get to go through the
first time, get acclimated, go through some finishing touches, it's getting really close and it's getting a lot busier too. this is a $1 billion stadium all dressed up for the super bowl, that huge arch behind me with the big 50, that's where it's really really impressive. it's been a lot of work, nonstop all week long. stadium. of course sold out for super bowl 50. it is known as the most technically advanced stadium in the leg. it makes sense -- in the league. it makes sense, there are cameras placed all around the field already. we saw cameras going up on the crossbars and the goal posts. we took special note of the grass. the field director did not want to talk about that mishap when they painted both ends for the denver broncos. >> the panthers are right behind us and the broncos are on the other side. >> was very little mishap
everything is good. >> you get the idea he doesn't so we will move on. this is the only stadium that runs on solar power. i think this is so interesting. all the power for game day is generated by the sun. there are three bridges that take fans to the parking lot and those are covered in solar panels, and it's pretty amazing because if you think about it all the electricity needed inside the stadium on game day -- 100% of that power is generated by solar power here. we did the math. it would be equivalent to 925 houses, about 2000 -- 25,000 ft.2 that would have a zero energy bill for this day. this is the most popular spot here at the stadium. this 50. starting at about 5:00 this morning we saw chefs on their way to work that were taking
being here. one thing we notice a lot is airplanes flying over the stadium. it's part of the flight path from san jose airport, a few miles away. not something you will see on game day for security reasons they will close the airspace over the stadium. the number of helicopters doing suites has been impressive. a part of the security effort here as well. that is something you will see on game day. back live here outside the stadium, this is the spot. we saw this the happiest -- called this the happiest corner on earth because you will see a line -- we saw one at midnight all the way down the block, people bringing their cameras wanting to get this shot just because this is the golden super bowl. and again it was so sunny -- funny -- without oh, maybe we shouldn't be here -- we thought oh, maybe we shouldn't be here and that cop said no we just want to get a picture at the end of the shift. officers need your help
connection with a violent attack and wheat ridge. investigators say a 30-year-old woman was stabbed at a howard johnson hotel earlier this week. video shows andrew help leaving the hotel, wanted for first- degree murder in this case. if you know where he is, please call police. 31-year-old andrew duncan was shot multiple times at a mobile home park and later died at the hospital. cody nelson and miriam 90 -- arrested for the murder. an investigation underway after threats made against two different schools on the same day. >> the first happened at arvada k-8 before students were dismissed yesterday. according to sources officers arrested a 15-year-old northglenn high student. he's accused of coming to the school and threatening a girl with a gun. the girl hold her teacher --
resource officer and they put the school on lockdown. sources say they did not find the boy or a gun near the school. >> and waiting to find out the identity of the man who made several threatening phone calls to lafayette. the situation prompted him lock out yesterday. -- a lockout yesterday. lafayette police are investigating. a powerful and destructive earthquake killed at least 11 people and killed hundreds of others -- and injured hundreds of others. vida urbonas is in the -- live center. and recovery effort where they've pulled hundreds from the rubble, including a puppy. more than 1200 firefighters scrambled with ladders, cranes
building and -- that collapsed and amazingly this girl was also rescued. she looked unhurt. officials say a total of nine buildings collapsed, five more were left tilting by the tremor. taiwan's national fire agency says hundreds were rescued from the collapsed buildings following that 6.4 magnitude earthquake. the powerful earthquake struck southern taiwan, collapsing to high-rise residential towers there. tsirtsis began soon after the earthquake hit. most people were asleep when the earthquake start -- earthquake struck. vida urbonas 9news. 7:10, the winter storm experience earlier this week definitely packed a punch. belen de leon has the
guess what else is back -- besides us? magnets. >> good morning bowlen, and great poncho. >> -- thank you, i think this might not be up to what our stylist would like but you've got to forgive me, it's orange and blue and it's got broncos, go broncos! let's get to the forecast, just one day before the super bowl. temperatures outside right now are the 20s, a few spots much colder in the single digits and below zero in the mountain valleys and other spots. highs will be in the upper 40s in lower elevations and 30 and the high country. a look at your radar and satellite for this afternoon, a pretty dry day across the state, pretty much for the next 24 hours you don't need the
we will have to watch out for stronger winds closer to the foothills. by 8:00 this evening, it is quiet. it will be breezy though at times. breezy to tomorrow morning, just a small chance for isolated snow showers in the north and central mountains but no watches, warnings or advisories have been issued. those warmer temperatures coming -- they come with a catch. they will come with stronger winds closer to the foothills in fact take a look at the wind gusts forecast through this afternoon, we could see gusts up to 40 miles per hour in the foothills. through this evening even stronger up to 50 miles per hour. those will take us all the way through tomorrow morning and if you are traveling in the high country, skiers, snowboarders, snowmobilers -- watch out for avalanche danger because most of the zones -- will have considerable risk with all the heavy snow from earlier this week and the strong winds expected as well. tonight windy near the foothills, 26 the overnight low.
because in santa clara california, tomorrow for the super bowl -- [cheering] -- temperatures will be warmer and there will be sunny skies. what does the super bowl look like here for us in denver? tomorrow a high of 40 so a bit cooler but after that we start off mild and dry, 45 for tuesday -- monday, and by wednesday a high of 60 degrees. right now all eyes are on what's going to happen for tomorrow. right now the town's penchant -- the town is painted in orange. broncos! broncos! >> it never stops when belen de leon is there.
colorado sports later. here's rod mackey. >> good morning, the broncos have their walk through a little later this morning at levi's stadium and then denver is done. super bowl sunday is a day i don't -- a day away. yesterday they held a final practice and peyton manning looked good, but that was against denver scout team. the carolina defense a tad better but still not as good as the denver defense. speaking of which, t.j. ward grew up just up the street. de la salle high school, one of the best football teams in the entire country but as erin mays reports, surprisingly tj had success. >> 12 years. >> one of the most dominating teams in all of sports history. >> domination might not do it justice. not once.
>> he played it de la salle high school in concord, california, about one hour from where the super bowl of the played. he was part of a run from 1992 to 2004 for the spartans one -- won 151 consecutive games. word is now an all-pro safety in denver. you would think he would have played a huge role for his -- his high school team. >> he kind of labored in relative obscurity. he was kind of -- it was kind of a disappointing career at de la salle, through no fault of his own due to injury. >> he only started three games in high school. and the injury ended his -- a knee injury ended his season in senior year and prior to that he couldn't get on the field. a late bloomer, and ward really took off. >> he always had great feet, he
always hit. >> for someone to tell me he would have played in the nfl -- just looking at his career here at de la salle, i would have said i don't think so. you are crazy . >> reporter: struggled to play in high school, was a walk-on in college and now as the starting safety in the super bowl. >> he won against your -- all odds with sheer willpower. >> he says his time at de la salle molded him into the person he was today even with the lack of playtime -- playing time. >> some kids just catch fire later than others. >> erin mays, 9news -- erin aaron mays. and the nuggets came back in the fourth quarter last night to beat the bulls 115- 110, gallo leading everyone with 33 points.
tracked down a bunch of fans dressed in orange at a high school in houston. why the excitement there? because head coach gary kubiak was part of their class of 1979. >> the decision to wear orange was easy because it's one of our school colors and ironically they are paying -- playing the panthers. we didn't want too much panther gear, so we picked orange. >> orange good, panthers bad.
for a forever home at our club -- quibec street location but he's very calm, laid-back, very well mannered. he does have a bit of an independent side but he's very sweet and looking for his home. >> you know he -- who he would be ideal for is a family who secretly likes cats but they want a dog. he ask kind of like a cat. very independent. >> yes but various -- he is independent but also sweet and loving. he's ready for the big game. >> and he roots for the right team, which never hurts. >> probably a quiet home, less traffic in the home because he's so low-key. >> i want to talk about two things really fast. we have telephone coming up, and then there's the puppy bowl. >> that's right the telephone will be right here on 9news on february 11 throughout the day, you can see lots of adoptable pets and hear about how our
this is 9news. >> the nation prepared for super bowl 50 in denver getting ready also. police are teamed up with bars -- have teamed up with bars to handle the crowd control. and new guidelines for men who may have been exposed to the zika virus. and authorities are watching -- a michigan man arrested after his twitter account and bundy -- gun purchases caught attention of investigators. and this is all about the wing bowl contestants showing their spirit by chowing down as
and overland looking to keep the momentum going, we have those highlights later in the prep rally. >> and mornings, -- good morning, it's broncos fever. belen de leon handing out magnets and we will get beat -- back to cheryl preheim in a second. >> belen de leon is at 64th in mcintyre -- and mcintyre in arvada. >> that's right i am here with stephanie and roberta, and we have about 200 left. so come on over and say hi. we've already had lots of pictures with them, everyone is excited about the broncos being in the super bowl so come get your magnet. let's get to the forecast because although we start out chilly let's check out how much we will warm up this afternoon. highs will be in the mid to
sunshine. the temperatures right now in some spots, i know limon you are looking at me and saying what warm up? you guys woke up to temperatures below zero. we also have single digits in northern colorado and 20s around the metro area. highs for today will be in the mid to upper 40s and even 50s closer the foothills. the wind is what we have to watch out for especially in southern wyoming where a high wind will be in effect until 11:00 this evening. with the recent snow we've had, that could cause problems of visibility along i-80. gusts around here could get up to 40 and even 50 miles per hour. doppler nine -- coming up, the extended forecast. come on over and say hi at 64th and mcintyre in arvada. get your broncos magnet. tracy, take it away. traffic is really starting
out of the city. everyone is hitting the road just at the same time, wanting to hit the slopes right when those chairlifts open so coming out of the city -- this is idaho springs, seeing the were slowdown. once we get farther out to the west right around georgetown, you want to get to the tunnels. that's where we see traffic getting later but just everyone is trying to get out of the city, getting on i-70 westbound. us six is taking over 100 minutes. normally that's around 40 to 50 so a typical -- an hour more than typical drive times. speeds in the single digits. slow going until you get past idaho springs and then we start to see those conditions improved slightly, but you've got to follow that wave of traffic throughout that entire morning. >> what a rough drive, more than we typically see. >> now that it's above 100
worse than normal. >> you can listen to her on the radio for traffic conditions. up-to-the-minute road conditions , just log onto cotrip.org . broadcasting on saturday afternoons and holidays. i can't believe the big game is almost here but the time has come. almost. >> that's right cheryl preheim is joining us live outside the stadium. good morning, cheryl. >> good morning, doesn't it look spectacular? they have the lights on at the stadium and they are like it is -- it's like they are saying it's super bowl weekend, come on down and enjoy. somebody just pulled up in an orange t-shirt
and they will come get there picture here. you know that ad campaign, good morning, how are you guys? that ad campaign that says football is family. we have been seeing football bringing people together here
all ages. a pickup game in the center of san francisco. it proves the notion that football does bring people together. >> i just met him like right now . >> reporter: he's the quarterback of
this concrete field at the corner of powell and gary. he doesn't even need to know his receiver's name. don't let the turquoise fault -- fool you, this 10-year-old from fort lauderdale is all about denver. >> i just love the broncos. i was wearing a different pair of shorts but then my mom made me change. i don't know why because i thought she was a broncos fan. >> i wanted him to save broncos stuff for sunday. >> sure his first super bowl will be a great game. >> i hope the broncos come away with a win. >> but this one is pretty good too. >> next trip he wants to be
is brandon west. making friends in the center of san francisco. >> so fun to see that in the city. we have been calling this the happiest corner in santa clara, and it's also the busiest. we have been out here since about 5:00 a.m. santa clara time and people have been coming, the chefs for the morning, the hotel across the way -- staff coming in here. you all arrive and i will have lights for you, i will take a picture for you. if i see a fan, you've got to at least say hello. so these are great but this -- a selfie is great but this is even better. and the weekend has arrived. >> oh yes. we came here around 3:30 this morning to come get pictures and hang out.
there's no line here at 3:30. this is such a fun spot because not only is it significant because we love our denver broncos, and they are in the super bowl but it's the golden anniversary and everyone wants their shot with the 50. it's like the olympic rings at olympic park so i will keep taking pictures and i will tweet one for you all and maybe photoshop your head in so you can feel like you are in it too. [laughter] >> she is such a trooper. not only bringing us the coverage but also taking pictures for people. >> banker extraordinaire doubling as a photographer. way to go cheryl. there was violence when the avalanche won the stanley cup in 1996 and it happened again when the broncos won the super bowl in 1998. the police department will set up patrols downtown to prepare for this. they have also asked guards --
they are bolting down plastic furniture. >> please folks, be responsible tomorrow. world news, a new warning about the zika virus. the centers for disease control all men in infected areas to abstain from sex or use protection. sexual transmission of the mosquito borne virus is possible. they found men who never developed symptoms themselves but transferred the virus to their partners. the chance for zika virus in urine and saliva is also still being investigated. all but one case was brought into this country by travelers. there's a large concern about the outbreak in brazil just six months before the summer olympics. north korea claims it is trying to launch a satellite into orbit but the launch would
warnings by outside governments that suspect the country is actually launching a ballistic missile. cities in japan are conducting drills for -- to prepare for a north korean missile launch. the missiles -- are believed to go through -- over okinawa. the inter--- military there has deployed interceptor missiles. the founder of wikileaks, julian assange has been arrest back in 2010. he spoke after the announcement yesterday saying he lost time with his children and should be competent waited for it. the un panel says -- calls it a disproportionate reaction. this comes more than 14 months after the with -- wikileaks founder filed a petition. a bus fell into a river in
the state transport bus plunged into the river last night, the driver reportedly lost control and the vehicle broke the railing and plunged into the river. india is known for having the world's deadliest roads, experts say because of so many untrained drivers, inadequate laws and poorly maintained highways and cars that often fail modern crash tests. federal authorities monitored a 22-year-olds twitter account before arresting him be -- for having arresting him for having potential ties to isis. he was fined after posting pro isis material on twitter and purchasing guns. he said he thought he was talking with -- the man said he thought he was talking from isis but the person on the other end was also -- was an undercover isis agent -- investigative agent.
midair this morning. and nearby boat reported seeing at least one plane crash in the water off of san pedro friday afternoon. no word on the number of passengers on board the plane and no survivors have been found. the coast guard says they have the court -- recovered part of the plane. you see a man walking on the edge of the highway there posing a danger to himself and the people below, and then a chp motorcycle officer christopher swanberg arrives and tries to talk him down. and then standing on the edge, he slips. they struggle to get him off and then two guys in a work truck nearby were able to come help the officer to get the men out of their, and the man would eventually be taken into custody . wet and heavy snow caused a branch to fall 35 feet, killing a six-year-old girl. kelly keeton was pinned underneath the tree when it fell in her own yard. her brother and dad were able
the immediately started -- they immediately started performing cpr. she didn't make it. rick snyder is defending how his office responded to an email alerting his office between it potential link -- the sudden rise in legionnaires disease and the flatwater. apparently the office knew about the issue months before it became widely known. it appears the warning in the email was never passed along to the governor himself. switching gears, back to the super bowl -- it was a dress rehearsal of sorts. two bay area high school teams got to play the roles of the panthers and broncos on the stadium yesterday. cbs wanted to check their camera positions of course and get the crews a chance to
they specifically found out one of the quarterbacks has the quarterback that loves to run and the other likes to throw from the pocket and enjoys a good chicken parmesan sandwich. they have a lot in common. hockey really not canada's sport -- football is really not canada's sport but still check this out. it's a preview of the game and they are spending -- apparently sending the panthers to the super bowl on ice skates. oops. if you are eating you may want to put something down. wing bowl -- were competitor -- competitive eaters came from all over the country. >> just the way they are eating them. >> it came down to two people, a 125-year-old woman against the wing bowl 23 champ, patrick
in front of a sold-out crowd, 20,000 fans -- schuyler devoted -- devoured 429 wings. he managed to put away 408. schuyler consumed more than 477,000 cal and took home a harley-davidson as well as --, a ring, and $10,000. >> tammie joining us with a look at the forecast. >> on wednesday he was signing day, everyone from football, basketball and soccer -- a big
welcome to the 9news prep rally. here is taylor tempe. >> good morning everyone, this week the o'fallon boys basketball team made a statement taking down number one eagle crest 62-41. and hosting smoky hill friday night -- they got on the boards first with a slam. overland jumped out to an early lead in the first quarter but the buzz -- they started to kenny foster. he showed why he leads in -- his team in points per game. a live shot halliburton -- driving to the basket in the trailblazers only up by four at this point. just before halftime, feeding it to kyle, who throws it for game. unable to hang on the second
69-48. >> the diet -- tigers big man gets the ball underneath and lays one in. just a huge presence under the hoop. up by a healthy margin now, peterson decides to do it himself. shooting the three, increasing the lead even more. lakewood runs away with it 71- 34. teetering back and forth throughout this game, and rams nails one from downtown to take the lead early but jody smith was too strong. she power to the hoop and lays one in to keep her team in this one. the bucs ultimately get the upset and when it 43-39. gateway conference game on tuesday, taylor bender drain once from outside to put her team up. central up by 11, gender have it -- jenna henderson intercepting
henderson drives to the hoop and dishes it for two. but gateway found their way back in the second half after trailing, winning by a final score of 49 two -- 49-43. wednesday was signing day, where hundreds made their official college commitment in -- including some football players going on to some pretty big programs. legacy high school cornerback matt lynch signed to play at ucl piggy -- ucla. he added 10 rushing touchdowns just like this one -- over at east high, announced he would be playing at the university of net -- wisconsin. he played both as quarterback and cornerback. and another staying closer to home, the pomona standout announced he will continue his
he totaled 54 sacks and 10 tackles -- 54 tackles and 10 sacks last year. >> i chose csu because i feel like it's a great place for me. i really think i can work hard and excel and be able to play early hopefully. it feels like home. >> one face we didn't get to see at signing day was mallory pew, though she signed with ucla's she missed signing day because she's currently training with the us women's national team after recently being named to the qualifying roster. don't forget, we have all the extended highlights from the game this week -- games this week. as well as signing day coverage and a full list of this year signees. -- year's signees. how crazy is that though, now playing with members of the world cup? carli lloyd.
welcome back everyone. let's get a live look at a horse tooth reservoir, looks like narnia once again. temperatures a whole lot warmer than yesterday. >> they are back -- the broncos magnets we know you all want so badly and belen de leon holding them captive at king soopers on west 64th avenue and mcintyre in arvada this morning. >> it's been such a fun morning here in arvada. hi, good morning. they are fed -- video bombing be here. come on over to 64th and mcintyre. we have had bans from all ages -- fans from all ages here. this is travis, and he has his magnet. is there someone you want to
>>.dat -- daddy. >> broncos are number one. there you go. he got the number one in there. thank you so much for coming by. let's take a look at the forecast because we are one day away from the super bowl and temperatures for today will be much warmer than what they were yesterday. here's how we are starting off though. temperatures currently in the 20s, but some spots waking up to teens and even single digits especially in the mountain valleys, out towards the eastern plains. limon looking at -- woke up to two below. highs today above the normal, should be 45 degrees with highs in the upper 40s and even 50s near downtown and closer to the foothills. just a beautiful day shaping up. you don't need a shovel today. very dry forecast -- and even into tomorrow morning.
have pretty strong clouds -- through tomorrow morning the chance for light showers in the word -- in the mornings. but no watches or warnings in effect. keep in mind if you are traveling to the foothills, strong winds at times gusting to about 40 miles per hour and those become stronger through the evening when we could see gusts up to about 50 miles per hour. those strong winds will take us all the way through tomorrow morning, breezy at times here in the city. if you are going to play in the snow in the high country, keep in mind that backcountry travel will be pretty dangerous at times. we will be at risk for avalanches, so keep that in mind. that's certainly something you don't want to ruin your weekend. temperatures up to 26 -- and we look ahead to the forecast for tomorrow, we already want to fast forward to tomorrow, don't we? it's suspenseful and thrilling, right? the broncos take on the
degrees there under mostly sunny skies and through the rest of the game temperatures will slowly come down. by the end of the game the temperatures will be in the upper 50s, but just a great forecast shaping up for the super bowl out in california. but here in colorado, temperatures will be a bit warmer -- when the as well tomorrow, looks like a good day to stay in and watch the game. hi around 40 degrees. on monday a high of 45 and then it gets warmer after that. on tuesday, 55 wednesday 60 degrees and on -- wednesday -- thursday back down to 54. we are here at 64th and mcintyre, almost out of the magnets. i did have some viewers who said we got here as quick as we could and they were able to get some magnets. come on out and say hi otherwise we would love to have you here for the next hour to get broncos country ready for
live look over downtown denver from our camera and spearhead logan. you can see this -- at spear and logan. >> coming up on 9news, a 6.2 city in taiwan. several have died. the cat -- the distal currently sits at 13. a sinkhole on in arizona farm, one man right on top of it when the earth collapses. in another debate tonight just days before the new
this is 9news. >> super bowl 50 is just around the corner and we are live with cheryl preheim breaking it down from santa clara. a 6.4 magnitude earthquake rocks the city in taiwan. several die but somehow a young girl and puppy escape. a sinkhole opens up on this arizona farm, one man standing right on top of years collapses . another republican debate set for tonight, days before the new hampshire primary. donald trump will be on the stage this time fighting to get the bid for the white house. >> a live look at the drive through the high country, that's been the story all morning. i-70 very backed up.
was 100 minutes. good morning we've got broncos fever. of course belen de leon is in arvada handing out broncos magnets and there are still some left. cheryl preheim is live in santa clara before the game. we'll get to her in just a moment. >> but first let's get to belen de leon on 64th avenue at king soopers handing out all the magnets. everybody rushing to get their share of them before the game tomorrow. >> gosh we are so excited. we've got good reason to be excited because we have a -- afc champs and after tomorrow will -- we will be the super bowl winners! [cheering] come on out to 64th and mcintyre in arvada. we still have a few left. and -- even if we run out, out and say hi, right? starting off pretty chilly out there but by this afternoon, highs will be much warmer. mid to upper 40s.
temperatures right now in the 20s, a little bit of everything out there. we've got below zero temperatures on the eastern plains, single digits, teens and 20s. highs for today in the mid to upper 40s and even some 50s closer to the foothills. we do have to watch out for stronger winds especially in southern wyoming, very high wind warning is already in effect. careful with those wild winds and closer to the foothills -- we could see gusts up to 40 miles per hour . pretty dry forecast, traveling long i-70 in the mountains, you should be a okay. coming up in the forecast we will let you know if and when you need to do shoveling in the extended forecast but for right now out here in arvada -- i have -- i am out here with all these bronco fans. roberta can you do me a favor and say tracy, take away? >> tracy, you take away!
>> a lot of people getting out on the roads the high country. relooked earlier at floyd hill -- that's where we are seeing the major slowdowns. once you get past idaho springs, here's a look at georgetown -- that's when traffic finally lightens up once again and you will get back to some of those normal cruising speed. -- speeds. but before that night -- before that, major slowdowns anywhere from 5 to 40 miles per hour coming out of the city. all the way through idaho springs, a couple slowdowns pass the city but those are -- the strip times are not looking any better than they did the last half hour. still relatively high -- adding an extra height -- our two that difficult drive. tomorrow we will see that traffic pattern a little bit different with the super bowl. a lot of people have been chatting with -- i have been chatting with say they are heading home early. >> you can listen to mount
up-to-the-minute road conditions, just log onto cotrip.org . >> and she is joining us from weather nation to help us. we are excited for the big gain just a way now, the broncos getting ready for super bowl 50. >> one day away and we have cheryl preheim joining us live from santa clara, good morning cheryl. >> good morning, we just had a big group from intel here. we're in the heart of silicon valley and a lot of people on their way north this morning. good morning everybody. taking pictures at the 50. this is a $1 billion stadium and it's all dressed up for super bowl 50. people have been working on it all week long. getting ready for the big game. 65,000 seats inside the stadium, all will be filled for super bowl sunday. this is known as the most technically advanced stadium in
i mentioned we are in silicon valley so technology really a focus here at the stadium. there are cameras all around the stadium including one that we saw mounted on the cross bars of the goalposts, so you will see that cool perspective watching the game and we took special note of the grass. we asked the field director painted both end zones broncos? he did not love that question. >> yes we have pink -- panthers right behind us and broncos on the other side. >> was there a mishap there? >> no we are fine. everything is good. >> yes nothing to see here. he didn't want to talk about that too much. [laughter] is is the only stadium that runs on solar power. i find this so interesting. on game day, 100% of the power needed is generated by the sun and its collected on three bridges that ran from the parking lots to the stadium. there are 49 panels on three
enough power for the entire stadium. we did the math and if you do the square footage of the stadium it's about 925 2000 ft.2 houses, so that is a lot of power needed that's all provided hereby the sun and by the way -- the sun just came up over levi's stadium here in santa clara california. and we could not help but notice there was a lot of broncos origin the sunrise and not a single bit of tea also we took a couple pictures, you can see them on the facebook and twitter feeds and evelyn still having fun. just think about, how would you pose in front of the 50 pack -- in front of the 50? >> perfect spot right in the middle of that zero. thanks so much. >> like this right here right? you want to be right here? >> that's it exactly. cheryl preheim, thank you. we appreciate it. moving onto news, officers need your help find -- finding a man wanted in connection with
video shows him leaving the hotel, he is wanted for first- degree murder in connection with the crime. if you know where he is call police. two people behind bars this morning accused of being involved in a deadly shooting in boulder. investigators say andrew duncan was shot multiple times that this mobile home park off north broadway and he later died at the hospital. deputies arrested cody nelson and one other in connection with the shooting. naya was arrested for accessory to murder and domestic violence. a powerful and domestic -- destructive earthquake killed several and hunt -- injured hundreds. vida urbonas has more on the quick and the dramatic rescue effort. >> good morning, new images this morning show the rescue and recovery effort in taiwan. rescuers have pulled hundreds of survivors from the rubble.
more than 1200 firefighters scrambled with ladders, cranes and other equipment to the 17th floor of the residential building that collapsed and amazingly -- this little girl was also rescued and looked unhurt. officials say a total of nine buildings collapsed and five more were left tilting by the tremor. taiwan's national fire agency says hundreds were rescued from the collapsed building following that 6.4 magnitude earthquake. the powerful shallow earthquake struck taiwan collapsing two high-rise residential towers there. most people were asleep when the create -- when the quake struck at 4 am their time. vida urbonas 9news. authorities believe irrigation of the farming field caused -- a huge sinkhole to arizona. witnesses say the man was walking behind his vehicle when he suddenly vanished. crews discovered his body after
the whole measured about 50 feet across and 15 feet deep. no other word of injuries or damage caused by that sinkhole. with the super bowl likely taking everyone's attention tomorrow, candidates on both sides will be campaigning hard today. the new hampshire secretary of state believes there will be a record-breaking turnout for the primaries, predicting about 550,000 people to cast their vote on tuesday. not unusual, new hampshire all -- often has the highest or second highest residential turnout rate in the primary. the annual chocolate affair is a chocolate lover's dream. tastings, treasure hunts, face paintings and so much more happening in arvada starting from 11:00 and going until 2:00. the storm this past week did pack a punch.
welcome back everyone, and why come back to the studio when we can go back out to arvada were belen de leon is handing out magnets at the king soopers on west 64th. good morning, you are almost out of those magnets -- are they gone? >>sister they are all gone. right now i am going to show last magnets. what are your names? >> kayden. >> and eight. >> -- even -- right now they are united in orange. last magnets? >> i feel really good right now.
with your dad, is there someone that you may want to say hi to that couldn't make it out? >>our mom. >> say hi mom. we are on tv. >> we are on tv. [laughter] >> let's show off the magnetic get the forecast because the day before the super bowl -- it's looking warm but also windy. temperatures right now -- you guys aren't tweens, right? temperatures are in the teens, temp -- and 20s right now. putting the this afternoon much warmer, bringing the highs in the 40s. and the high country some 30s. a look at futurecast -- you don't need to do shoveling for today. donate -- don't need that umbrella. the drive and the high country should be a okay as well. we will watch out for stronger winds kicking up closer to the foothills and into the evening
the dry forecast will remain. let's talk about when to get because we have currently a high wind warning and southern wyoming -- nothing in colorado but winds will be gusty at times closer to the foothills up to about 40 miles per hour. up to 50 miles per hour and those strong winds will be in the forecast all the way through tomorrow morning. could be a tough go if you are taking i-70 westbound. remember if you are playing in the snow the avalanche danger is considerable. lots of snow earlier this weekend with wins kicking up it's possible -- with winds possible it's possible to see human caused or natural avalanches. winds will help us keep us above our normal low. and tomorrow, what's the forecast going to be like?
taking on the panthers. kickoff temperatures around 70 degrees and by the end of the game upper 50s. that's in california. what about in denver? tomorrow our high will be 40 degrees, also much stronger winds. thing like a good day to be inside and watch the broncos win on monday 45 degrees, tuesday 55 and wednesday -- 60 degrees. on thursday the high of 54. next week mild and dry start to the week and a little bit cooler. follow me on twitter to see all the shenanigans we are coming up with over here in arvada. right now ryan and jessica are in the studio, can you say back to you? >>back to you. >> thanks guys, we appreciate it. thanks bowlen, we appreciate it.
taking a live look at boulder this morning, this is what you can expect to see as you head outside, temperatures much milder than last week. >> belen de leon has us beat with the poncho for the broncos game but let's talk about a different game day makes, going orange and blue for the broncos sometimes means getting clever -- glitter everywhere. >> vida urbonas will show us how to make glitter heels to show our broncos spirit. >> this is a true team inspiration from head to toe. here is how you make glitter heels. for this project you will make glitter, mod podge, foam brush, shoes and you need to purchase the logo of your favorite team.
teams own the rights to the logos so you cannot make your own and you cannot resell your shoes. the first up, i cut my local out of my ribbon, brush mod podge on the back and on the she was will to stick. then i added another layer of mod podge, so it's on their really really good and solid. now my heel -- and under the shoe if you want. put a heavy layer of mod podge on the she'll -- on the heel. then use a spoon horrible -- use a spoon and poor glitter over the shoes. let the hill dry completely. it will get hard -- so the other car doesn't stick to it. -- the other glitter color doesn't stick to it. add glitter and make it -- let it drive. repeat this process two more times say you have three layers of glitter.
colorado sports later, here's rod mackey. >> the broncos had their walked through -- have their walked through at the stadium later today and then denver is done -- super bowl sunday is a day away. yesterday they held the final practice and the reports said peyton manning looked good, just one in completions, but that was against the denver scout team and carolina defense a tad better. still not as good as the denver defense. speaking of which, t.j. ward grew up just up the street. at de la salle high school, one
the entire country but as aaron mays reports, he had little to do with that success . >> 12 years. >> one of the most dominating teams in all of sports history. >> domination might not do it justice. >> you never lost in high school. >> reporter: he played at de la salle in concord, california about an hour from where the super bowl will be played. he was part of a run from 1992 to 2004 for the spartans won 151 consecutive games. football. >> reporter: he's now an all- pro safety in denver. you would think he would've played a huge -- a huge role for his high school team. >> he wrote -- he labored in relative obscurity. he -- it was kind of a disappointing career here through no fault of his own due to injury. >> reporter: only started three times in high school, and the injury ended his senior season early and prior to that he
>> reporter: it was hard for me -- >> it was hard for me but that was just my personal situation. i bloomed later than others and sometimes that happens. >> reporter: he really took off. >> he always had great speed. and he could always hit. >> for somebody to tell me that he was going to be playing in the nfl -- just looking at his career here at de la salle, i would have said i don't think so you are crazy. >> reporter: he struggled to play in high school, was a walk- on in college and now as the bowl. >> man -- he won against all want -- against all odds with sheer willpower. >> ward says his time at de la salle molded him into the person he is today, even with the lack of playing time . >> some guys just catch fire a little bit later than others.
>> like basketball, huge win at home last night for the nuggets as they rally past the bowls. amber came back from down 16 in the fourth quarter to win 115- 110. gallo leading everyone with 33 points. and finally we go back to the broncos, we know fans are everywhere. we tracked down a bunch of them dressed in orange at a high school in houston. why the excitement there? because head coach gary kubiak is part of their class of 1979. >> the decision to wear orange is easy because it's one of our school colors and ironic that they are playing the panthers. we didn't want to have twitch panther gear, we wanted to show the support of the broncos with the orange.
eyes on super bowl 50 today. denver getting ready also. police are teaming up to handle the rowdiest fans. a new warning about the mosquito borne -- zika virus, for men who may be exposed. authorities are washing -- watching, a twitter men -- a 20- year-old man caught the attention of investigators with his twitter posts. and checkout this, the wing bowl. chowing down on as many meetings as they can. >> and after taking down the number one team, overland looking to keep the momentum going. >> good morning and thanks for starting your day with us. belen de leon is having a broncos magnets in arvada and cheryl preheim is live in santa clara before the big game. we'll get to cheryl in just a second. >> but first let's check in with belen de leon hanging out
coming to say hi today bowlen. -- bowlen. -- grab a pencil and write it down, 6470 e. hampden avenue and if you can't remember that the location is up on 9news.com so yes we are all out of loving all the fans. just continuing to come here to say hi, our four-legged fans as well -- this is turbo, this is lexis and we've got james over there. are you ready for the proper -- two people? >> puppy bowl. >> what are your plans? >> a party at my moms house with sandwiches and chips and dip, about a dozen people. >> james, that sounds like a big event. can i come? >> all right.
photographer. you got that adam? >>in the 20s and teens, single digits but this afternoon we get the highs into the 40s with a mix of clouds and just a beautiful day in store for you. current temperatures right now chilly out towards the eastern plains where we have a few below zero. mountain valleys also below zero but the highs will be much warmer for today, in the mid to upper 40s. some spots could even see 50s and closer to the foothills temperatures into the 30s. we will have to lockout -- watch out for southern winds. a high wind warning in effect lasting through 11:00 this evening. winds in the evening closer to 40 and even 50 miles per hour into tonight, so careful with that. a look at doppler nine, quiet across the state so far. the dry forecast takes us into the weekend but it will turn cooler for tomorrow for your super bowl forecast at least here. the forecast out in santa clara
>> i like the cold, though. >> yes. we will look at the extended forecast in just a few. 6470 e. hampden avenue. what did i say? >>64 something -- >> that's the reason why we've got it up on 9news.com. thank you guys so much for coming out. and can you say, tracy, back to you. >> tracy back to you. >> looks like you guys are having fun and i think with the super bowl tomorrow anyone the a sunday getting out there today because the traffic still floyd hill. we've seen that since about 6:30 this morning and still that traffic volume is pretty extra long. plan at least an extra hour. but it's that same story, once we pass idaho springs traffic kind of lightens up a bit.
coming out of the city, we are all still trying to get on i-70 heading out west to us six, taking about 113 minutes at this time. the major slowdowns are as you approach idaho springs but beyond that -- seeing traffic clear up a little bit. so we might see a little different traffic pattern tomorrow, but i would anticipate -- and a couple people i have talked to planning to come home early to be back home in denver for the super bowl games. jessica and ryan? >>good to keep in mind, thanks tracy. for traffic conditions on i- 70 between denver and feel -- you can hear traffic reporters giving up-to-the-minute road conditions, just logging on -- to cotrip.org . it's just a day away now, it cannot come soon enough. everyone is pumped up here in denver and also in santa clara, where the big gain will be.
good morning cheryl. >> good morning, it's so interesting, santa clara was pretty quiet up until last night because we are 40 miles -- from san francisco. this is where the stadium is but suddenly a lot of people are in town because of the big gain tomorrow. we wanted to bring you to the happiest corner in santa clara. and this is it -- we have raiders fans, carolina fans, bronco fans of all ages. people here coming together -- you remember that ad campaign that says football his family, we are watching for -- football connect people who don't even cheer for the same team. we are seeing it connect people from all over the country and of all ages. a pickup game in the center of san francisco. it proves the notion that football does bring people together. allocate grim is the quarterback of this concrete field at the corner of powell
but the turquoise fool you, this 10-year-old is all about denver. >> i just love the broncos. i was wearing a different pair of shorts but then my mom made me change. i don't know why because i thought she was a broncos fan. >> i wanted him to say broncos stuff for sunday but he kept his socks on. [laughter] >> sure it will be a great game. >> i but the broncos will come off with a win. that's all i want. >> but this one is pretty memorable tuple -- too. >> next super bowl trip he wants to be playing in the game. >> reporter: by the way his star receiver -- that's brandon west. making friends in the center of san francisco. >> and we are making friends here on the corner of the stadium that santa clara because i said hey, would you guys let me bring a bronco fan appear? and this reader fans at okay go
-- this radar -- raiders fan said okay you've got exactly 10 seconds. [laughter] okay walter, i am going to take this picture with you. 123 -- super bowl 50. go peyton. i can't stress enough, this was busy all night long. we drove by admin night and there was a line down the block and we got back here at 5:00 and there were still people, a chef that stopped by on the way to work, security guards were here and a sheriffs deputy thought --.by -- stopped by and we thought we may have gotten ourselves into trouble and he said oh no, i just want to get a picture with the 50. the game? >> we will be up on scaffolding in the parking lot covering everything from the outside of the stadium and then we have an entire crew that will be inside the stadium as well. so we will have you fully
after the game. we can't wait. >> thank you cheryl. if the broncos win sunday may want to make sure the celebrations here don't get out of control. was violence when the avalanche turned ugly again when the in 1998. for sunday. they will step up patrols downtown and police have even asked bars downtown to put away the glasses and serve drinks in plastic cups. they are also being told to both -- to bowl down outdoor furniture. they will also be on the lookout for drunk drivers. a new warning about zika virus, the centers for disease control urge all men who've been in infected areas to abstain from sex or use protection. health officials have discovered that sexual transmission of the mosquito borne disease is possible. never developed symptoms themselves transferred virus to
the new discovery of zika virus in urine and saliva has raised even more questions about how it can be transmitted. 51 cases have now been found in one dozen states and washington dc although all but one brought by travelers. there is growing concern about the olympics in brazil in just six months. north korea claims it tried to launch a satellite into orbit , but the launch would be in defiance of repeated warnings by outside governments that suspect the country is actually launching a ballistic missile. cities in japan are conducting drills to prepare for a north korean missile launch. previous missiles launched by the north has flown over okinawa in the flight path. workers also tested a system to inform residents if something happens and the military there has deployed several interceptor missiles.
that julian assange should be able to leave without being arrested. he's been -- detained since his arrest in 2010. he spoke after the announcement yesterday saying he lost time with his children and should be compensated for it. the un panel calls the arrest a disproportionate reaction. this comes more than 14 months after he filed a complaint after his detention. a man arrested for having potential ties to isis. federal investigators have been keeping a close eye on this 20- year-old since last may. he was flagged after posting pro isis material on twitter and purchasing guns. he told investigators troubling information online when he thought he was talking to someone from isis. the person was actually an undercover fbi agent. he revealed he wanted to attack a church in detroit. he will appear on monday facing terror charges. the coast guard is continuing to search at the los
after two small planes collided in midair. they both reported seeing at least one plane crash in the water -- waters off san pedro. no word on the passengers -- number of passengers. they've recovered part of the planes tail but no passengers. a highway patrol officer pulling a man from the edge of the bridge in fresno. you can see him walking on the edge there, a danger to himself and the people below. a chp motorcycle officer arrived on scene. swanberg tried to talk to the man and gets a little bit closer and then -- the guy slips and the officer tries to grab him. he struggles to pull him up and two men in another truck pull out to help the men -- the officer. the man was later taken into custody. a heartbreaking story out of massachusetts, wet and heavy snow caused a tree branch to fall 35 feet killing a six-year- old girl. she was underneath the tree when it fell in her own yard.
to lift the tree often in a immediately started performing cpr. she didn't make it and they are now watching -- warning children to stay inside because of falling tree limbs. governor rick snyder is can -- defending how his office responded to an email with a potential linked to legionnaires disease on the flip water crisis. new information shows at least one member of his executive staff knew about a serious legionnaires outbreak possibly connected to the flip water problem. he knew about it months before making a new -- a formal announcement. the michigan department of the epa since the email to a top snyder appointee over concerns of the major spike in genesee county. it appears the warning was never passed along to the governor himself. we heard of the puppy bowl and we had our own on 9news yesterday and it was adorable but now to a much different type of pool. -- bowl.
competitive eaters came from all over the country. this wing eating contest came down to two people, a 125-year- old -- 125 pound molly schueler of nebraska and patrick ramadi of chicago. in front of the crowd of 20,000 fans, she devoured 429 wings. he only managed to put away 408. she consumed more than 77,000 cal. she won a ring, a harley- davidson and to -- $10,000. >> is it worth it to you? >> i don't think i could get to 20, let alone 400. >> we could do maybe like a team eating contest. >> i don't think all three of us could do 420 or whatever it was. >> i've got at least a couple dozen. >> it's a crazy week, we had
welcome to the 9news. -- prep rally. here is taylor temby . >> good morning everyone, this week the overland boys best about him made a statement taking down the number one eagle crest 63-41. the trailblazers hoping to prove it wasn't just luck as they hosted smoky hill on friday. indiana bound to ron davis got on the board first with a slam. the got out to an early lead but the buffs started to climb back into this one behind kenny foster, the up and under with two showing why he leads his team in points per game.
the lead -- halliburton drives it hard to the basket. he led the team with 23 points in the game. just before the half -- he feeds it to kyle who strokes it for three and gets the lead for his team. the buffaloes unable to hang on the second half and overland wins this one, the final 69-48. >> they came to play against bear creek friday, getting the ball underneath -- just a huge presence for his team under the hoop. up by a healthy margin, peterson does it himself. he stretches the lead even more. lakewood runs away with it, 71- 34. the buffs versus the rams, not college but high school. teetering back and forth throughout the game, rams mail it downtown to take the lead early. the buffs smith proves to be too strong. she powers to the, lives a
ultimately get the upset, 43-39 your final. central and gave me that for a comp -- gateway met for a conference game on friday. she drains one from outside to put her team up. in the second quarter of were central now up by 11 and gender -- jenna henderson goes to the court and drives to the hoop, dishes not -- dishes it for two. gateway though somehow found its way back after trailing 30- 16 and they win 69-43. hundreds of student athletes from around the state on wednesday made their official college commitments, and that included some football players going to some pretty big programs. at legacy high school quarterback matt lynch signed his letter of intent to play football at ucla. he threw for nearly 2000 yards last season and 20 touchdowns. he added another 10 rushing tds just like this one.
harrell -- announced he will be playing at university wisconsin. he was named the angels mvp this season for his work as both quarterback and cornerback . and finally to wrap it all up eliza levi will be staying closer to home. he announced he will be continuing his football career at csu. he told -- had 54 tackles and 10 sacks last year and caught the first touchdown in the state hit -- state championship game. >> i chose this university because i feel like it's a great place for me. you know? i really think i can work hard and excel and be able to play early, hopefully. it just feels like home. >> congrats to all of our signees. besides the mainstream, there were a few commitments that caught our attention. one in particular -- >> some kids following father's footsteps. >> i grew up playing baseball and football just like my dad. >> but those sports are and why
from an early age, nick was a shooter. >> i had no idea competitive shooting was a thing. >> a chance meeting on his 13th birthday changed the trajectory of his life. >> me and dad went home, did some research and i found my way onto boulder county for each shooting team -- 4 h shooting team. >> he's gone all the way to junior shooting national team and soon to be a collegiate shooter. at linda wouldn't it -- lindenwood university near massachusetts. >> of the colleges that offer team, 12 of them recognize it as a varsity sport. >> and the five of those that offer scholarships all had their sights set on nick, the top recruit in the country. >> it's different, unique and it's something that can take the, i believe, farther -- take me farther, i believe than a
>> one day he hopes for tort -- tokyo, the 2020 summer olympic games. >> it could lead me to my future job if i play my cards right. >> let's holster those ideas for now. after all -- >> it started out as a hobby and now it's turned into my entire life. >> today he is pulling the trigger on the full -- on the future. >> reporter: don't forget we have extended highlights and interviews from all of our games posted online as well as all of our signing day coverage , and the fullest of this years signees. you can find it going to -- by going to 9news.com. -- 9news.com/hss.
all right, live look at horsetooth reservoir. just a gorgeous view and a nice start to your saturday. >> yes, the temperatures should be much milder this weekend. let's go to her oh live now on the king soopers in arvada where she has cleaned out those broncos magnets. they are all gone. >> they are all gone. but i have been giving hugs and we've been taking pictures along the way. some really big broncos fans and you know what -- you can be a big broncos fan, but stand here is a big broncos fan because he decided to tap to a bronco on his forearm. there you go. can you make the bronco dance for us. there you go. it's a bucking bronco. there it is. very cool. let's get to the forecast. very cool tattoo, have a great day.
certainly are very chilly. spots out in the eastern plains woke up to temperatures below zero. same goes for some of the mountain valleys like gunnison, 20 below zero. afternoon highs warmer than yesterday, and in denver out towards the eastern plains and in the high country temperatures in the 30s. future cast stays dry, so don't worry about umbrellas or any snow falling. into the high country calmer winds could be strong at times and with those mountain ridges -- keep that in mind if you plan to ski or snowboard for today. this evening skies stay mostly clear and into tomorrow, same goes for the start of your day. waking up to some clouds and a small chance for light snow showers in the north and central mountains. we have to watch out for wins because winds gusting about 40
this afternoon in this afternoon even windier with gusts up to 50. be strong winds take us all the way through tomorrow morning, so something to keep in mind. if you live in that area, we don't have warnings right now but certainly enough to maybe with around your trashcan, so outdoor objects. if you plan to play in the snow -- travel will be dangerous with avalanche danger just at a considerable -- considerable level so keep that in mind. 20s will be in the overnight low -- 20s for the overnight lows and let's talk about the forecast. out in santa clara, beautiful tomorrow for the kickoff time, around 70 degrees and towards the end of the game temperatures in the upper 50s. what about here in denver? actually it will be cooler for us, a high a 40 degrees, drive but windy as well.
good day to stay indoors and watched game. cooler weather by thursday with a high of 54 following a high of 60 on wednesday. if you have any questions about your weather -- follow me on twitter. do we have here, who is this? >> alex. >> and josh. >> lindsay. >> can we reveal this guy's identity? >> zach. >> do you have plans? >> we will go to the -- my brothers plans and eat food and celebrate. -- my brothers house and eat food and celebrate. >> we will have wings and meatball sandwiches and probably burgers. >> are we excited about watching the super bowl? how bad it -- how big is the tv? >> 80".
like your arms and my arms together, right? is it a movie theater or what? [laughter] we will have fun tomorrow and right now can you say go broncos, zach? >> go broncos, zach. [laughter] >> guys back to you. a reminder that tomorrow our magnet giveaway will be at 6470 e. hampden avenue. just confirm it on the website, go to 9news.com. i don't want to get you a wrong location. go broncos, zach. >> go broncos, zach. >> he is adorable. >> that made my day. [laughter]
of your top local stories, officers need help finding this man connected with a violent attack in wheat ridge. 30-year-old woman was stabbed at a howard johnson hotel earlier this week. surveillance video shows him leaving the hotel. houghton is wanted for first- degree murder in connection with the crime. if you know where he is call police. >> thanks for joining us, have a great day and we will see you right back here tomorrow.