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. he shot a u.s. president and this morning he is a free man. >> and emotional rescue for local firefighters leaves them practice fire safety with your kids. >> police think they caught the man in this video spying on a 17-year-old girl through a window. another example of the power of social media. >> are you sick of the traffic on i-25? spoiler alert? it's sticking around for a while. let's take a live look at your drive this morning. i-70 looking clear as the sun
good morning everyone. we begin with a gunman who shot president ronald reagan and three other people in 1981. john hinkley will be a free man today. >> he spent more than 35 years in a mental hospital in washington for the crime. vida urbonas has more from the information center. >> good morning. the man who shot president ronald reagan 35 years ago is scheduled to leave a washington area mental hospital for good later today. a federal judge ruled in late july that the 61-year-old john himself or the public and can live full time in his mother's time in virginia. hinkley had already been visiting williamsburg for long stretches at a time. he lived with his family in evergreen, colorado, a year before the attempts on the president's life. he will live with his mother for a year before living alone or with roommates.
continue therapy while in virginia. hinkley got a driver's license in 2011. the court order in this case lets him drive within 30 miles of williamsburg by himself, and we won't be hearing from him any time soon. he's barred from talking to the press. in the information center, vida urbonas, 9 news. investigators say at least one person it's possible there may be additional victims. the driver was in a gray chevy impala. it's a good morning for a pumpkin-spiced latte. that's what we've been talking about all morning. >> by the way, do you know how many calories that thing has? >> do i look like i worry about calories.
it. it's like 300 calories. >> but i love it. it just reminds you of fall. >> it totally does. this morning temperatures are kind of the coolest that we've had in a while. temperatures out at dia are in the 30s. more spots are in the 40s. we're kind of transitioning and summer is slipping away. we're starting to see the fall weather. denver, boulder right now beee it's chillier in high elevations, my friends. in ledville, temperatures in the 20s, and there's a freeze warning in effect until 9:00 a.m. for northwestern colorado. temperatures in the low 80s along i-25, and in the foothills, 70s. what's the catch? we're going to have storms, right?
dry forecast. we're going to top out in the low 80s an 3:00 and 5:00. coming up i've got a whole lot to talk about in your forecast. summer is slipping away. tomorrow could be the last 90- degree temperature of the year and then a big cooldown. 7:04 on your saturday morning. now to an update on breaking news we brought you yesterday. a 5-year-old girl was rescued from a burning home in lakewood, and now firefighters want to remind the importance of talking to children about what to do in dangerous situations like that. the father tried to run insides to safe her, but the smoke and flames were too intense. that girl told firefighters she hid in the closet. crews did find her, but she was so scared it took a long time to coax her to come out. children like to hide and it can be a big problem when
they spoke with us about what happened. >> i don't think it's all that unusual. when children get scared, they hide. we try to train our children not to hide. it's tough. i have a little girl at home too. this one hit home. >> emotional for firefighters. they say parents should practice fire drills at home and make sure children know at least two ways out of the house. the 5-year-old girl and smoke inhalation. the cause remains under investigation. a school board member accused of child sex crimes is being held without bond this morning. robert vashaw works for adams 14. vashaw was arrested on friday and is expected to face charges of criminal sexual assault of a
child. "we are allowing the appropriate law enforcement agency to handle this matter. we recognize these are allegations, and as such we will not speculate as to the facts of the situation. " vashaw will be in court next week. tomorrow hundreds of blue balloons will fill the sky in honor of a douglas county detective shot in the line of duty last week. dan bright was shot responding to a call with a rifle. shots were fired and the suspect was shot and killed. in a press conference on friday, the douglas county sheriff says the quick actions of swat medics saved his detective's life. >> it's inspirational. his strength makes you want to
your toes, keep fighting. you're doing this, you're winning. >> steve wright also thanked the community for the outpouring of support and donations. he remains in critical condition but doctors are optimistic he will recover. police shared this surveillance video showing a man spying on a teenage girl. you can see him peeking the 17-year-old's window. a commander says tips helped lead to the arrest. they have not released the identity of that suspect. worries over rising interest rates are taking a
friday. the feds raised rates nine months ago for the first time since the great recession. race for the white house this morning. donald trump says when he's in office, he wouldn't let iran taunt and toy with us. he was at a really in pensacola, florida where he was referring to the recent incident where iranian harassed a navy destroyer. he says under his presidency, the navy would shoot harassing craft out of the water. >> she is being so protected. she could walk into this arena right now and shoot somebody with 20,000 people watching right smack in the middle of the heart, and she wouldn't be prosecuted, okay. that's what's happened.
country. hillary clinton is firing back, not just at trump, but at his supporters as well. clinton and trump of course have been clashing over this issue all week, saying both would be the better person to command the world's most powerful military. clinton outlined some of her plans yesterday. she said she would bolster defenses against domestic terror attacks attempt to discredit trump's ability to lead the country p. >> no conversation about our national security would be complete unless we acknowledge that the nominee on the other side promises to do things that will make us less safe. national security experts on both sides of the aisle are
>> clinton will attend the 9/11 service to commemorate the anniversary of the attacks on the world trade center. have you ever met a person so bold they took food follow your plate. >> like i was telling you, i had a former ex girlfriend who did that. a conversation with the officer. she reached of and took a french fry. the cop kept asking her to stop. he eventually arrested her for theft. in the police report it's listed as french fry potato quantity 3. >> does this mean i can't take a handful of the goldfish.
this is an 813-carat diamond and it's called the constellation, a rough diamond, one of the rarest of its types. it was found last november and it cost $78,000 per carat. start saving up steve for your next girlfriend. >> the one that doesn't steal fries. she we're wondering if it's going to warm up.
let's get straight to your forecast with belen deleon. good morning. back here in the back year just an hour ago i was wearing my coat, but i said you've got to tough it out, you've got to get used to it. the temperatures this morning are cooler than what we're used to but we'll warm up beautifully this afternoon. that sun is rising. threat for any severe storms? not likely in colorado. that cold front that swept through the state is still working its way to the south and east. so that light yellow and green color is where we could see the stronger storms today. back in colorado we've got wall- to-wall sunshine. loveland ski area, that sun is coming up. our day length is getting shorter, so our sun rise happened at 6:37.
this is morn when you consider the transition of seasons, especially fall. less daylight available. that daylight helps develop chlorofil. the leaves begin to change colors. these are beautiful pictures sent in by our viewers. this one is from larry donner, the fall colors on squall pass. the changing leaves in our mountains. if you can snap just send them directly to me. the temperatures in the 40s and 30s down low. in the high country we have a few 20-degree temperature readings. that chill in the air. the afternoon, the warmest on the western slope. 70s for as person and frisco, colorado.
warning at the yampa river valley. the panhandle, nebraska, i know you're watching us, temperatures in the upper 70s and low 80s for you. at folsom field, it's going to be warm but pleasant, maybe a few clouds. a look at the weather across the state. futurecast is staying dry across coloradon chance for isolated storms, and that will be in the san lewis valley. temperatures will drop to 53 degrees tonight, the winds gusting up to 20, 30 miles per hour. now, overnight it's not going to be as chilly as what it was this morning, and we'll see temperatures dropping into the 30s in the mountains. we've gut a hot day coming up tomorrow, a high of 90 degrees,
the start of next week with a cold front arriving, bringing us a chance for showers late in the day on monday, storms on tuesday, and then we'll cover between the 60s and 70s for next week. steve and jessica, strap in, it's going to be a bumpy ride. >> it always in colorado. >> but it's brisk. brisk feels good. >> i like that. that re minds me >> i remember that commercial. traffic can be a nightmare, and the efforts to try to make it better only temporarily fix the problem. >>reporter: traffic haters, feast your eyes on this, a study on congestion on the southern portion of i-25 through the metro area before and after a project called t-
transportation expansion. this $1.6 billion-dollar collaboration added lanes in an effort to ease congestion. >> the congestion did go way down for a while, but as soon as those lanes were widened, more people started driving on them. >> that's will with the southwest energy project, they're the group who studied the congestion. two years after t-rex was done, congestion was right back at that level. >> when you widen the highway and all the sudden there's excess capacity, people look at that say and say i'm going to use it. >>reporter: cdot admits it doesn't have the money or space to add more lanes. one solution they told us about today is making a change to the
highway. they're going to try a smart meter system. in other places where they've used these smart meters, traffic flow improves by 20%, which would be like adding a new lane. but in the meantime, traffic isn't going to get any better anytime soon. and if you don't want to get stuck in it, we suggest you take the advice we found on this pedestrian bridge. >> both cdot and sweep say self- driving cars may be the solution, because they can drive closer together and less likely to get in crashes. >> sounds like that's so many decades away. >> when they told me that, i'm like it seems a long way down
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procedure to have done. he does tend to overgroom, so you might notice some bald spots on him, and that's because we rescued him from another place where he was going to be put down, and he's object susly had trauma -- he's obviously had trauma and stress. we've got him a special diet to see if that will help. he's just a friendly and sweet and happy guy. he's looking for a hope where someone -- home will give him a lot of love and attention. >> sneakers came in and started purring within a few seconds. >> he is a very friendly happy boy. we have a big benefit coming up on saturday, september 24th. it's called dance to the mewsic, and it's going to have a dance show with samba and
game, some of the mistakes we made. but that's credit to them. for me it's really i look at it as i'm excited because i think how we can be if we can correct those things. >> brandon marshal knew kneeling down during the national anthem would cost. >> i hope there's not a lot, you know, more consequences to come, but if it is, it's what i chose, and as a man i made a decision, and i still stand by that decision. the fans, and to hear them cussing me out and hear them saying you cost a fan, i don't respect you anymore, it's tough. >> it's a big day in college
>> she is a hard-working woman who bikes 18 miles a day to make a living. she's 90 years old. sharing her secret to success. >> and it was a rivalry week. boulder and fairview under the flat iron. we have that and more coming up. it's a tough morning for some folks in kansas. police are warning drivers about heavy rain and flooding after overnight. at much as 5 inches of rain fell per hour. at least one driver also had to be rescued. more severe weather. a tornado was on the ground for about 17 minutes. there are reports of significant damage to the a
luckily nothing like that in store for us. let's check in with belen deleon to see what we can expect. >> the line of storms that produced that is the same front that pushed through colorado yesterday. for us it was a dry front, and what we have to show for it are cooler temperatures. the winds today much calmer, but this morning is chilly. we've got 30s and 40s on the map. temperatures closer to the are in the 20s. we still have a freeze warning in effect for northwestern colorado where folks are waking up in the 20s to low 30s. if you see that big ball in the sky, that's going to warm us up quickly. no clouds in the sky as we're starting off your saturday, so maybe want to grab that cup of coffee, sit on the porch and enjoy the fall-like temperatures. we're going to be in the 50s longer, then in the 60s by
this afternoon your highs will be in the low 80s, so a bit warmer than where we were yesterday, and 70s closer to the foothills. any threat of severe weather for colorado? no. where that line of storms is pushing to the south and southeast is where we could see the potential for strong storms. back in colorado we've got a hot day and then a cooldown. so pumpkin-spice weather >> i just bought pumpkin-spice cheerios by the way. the u.s. and russia announced a breakthrough agreement with a cease fire in syria. this could lead to a political transition ending the more than five years of war. after a marathon day of negotiations, kerry says the plan of a nationwide cease fear
to target isis and al-qaeda. north korea has producedly declared what they called a successful test of a nuclear warhead. world leaders have condemned them recently. the security council said it's a clear threat to international peace and security and north korea says they may be inching towards their developing a long-range warhead. a car bomb in baghdad killed 11 people overnight. this morning footage showed a wide area. three iraqi policemen are among the dead. this comes as iraqi ground forces are moving in a position to retake the militant-held city from isis. colorado is remembering
there's several events going on this weekend. there's an events tomorrow at civic center park. there will be a procession by the national guard. the governor and mayor will be in attendance. thousands are expected to turn out for the 2016 stair climb. it is a way to honor and remember the firefighters who selflessly gave 9/11. >> it's a very popular events and there's a similar one happening in downtown denver. nearly 350 local firefighters will be climbing 110 stories at the century link building, the second tallest building in denver. of course this he ven does what all the others does, a chance for firefighters to honor the new york firefighters.
blame for this. a car fire in st. petersburg florida. investigators are trying to figure out how this happened, but the owner says it could be his new galaxy note phone. this has prompted a recall. he says he was never told about this recall, though, when he recently bought his phone. he says the fire started when he left his suv running with air conditioningn the obama administration is asking the company working on the dakota access pipeline to voluntarily pause construction in north dakota. they asked the court to temporarily stop construction on the pipeline. federal authorities say they want to review their permitting for the dakota access pipeline. the tribe has held protests.
north dakota to illinois crossing the river. the tribe says it will damage their water supply and violate several laws. a man reported to be worth millions of dollars has been receiving government assistance for the past two years. he lives in an 8,000-square foot mansion in ohio, has horses, swimming pools and cars, but has been receiving food stamps, welfare. he says his application and eligibility for aid are all legal because his money comes from loans provided by friends. federal agents raided his mansion. they're investigating potential theft and other charges as well. so far he does not face official charges. >> he appears to have a sweet portrait of himself. the cable cars that jammed in the french alps are working
dozens of people were rescued yesterday. strong winds caused the mechanical problem. rescuers had to climb the cable to give the victims food and blankets. in austin, texas, a rescue of a different kind. a scary situation for a driver in downtown austin friday afternoon after police say he drove police say the driver drove off the garage and got caught in high-tension wires. he managed to get out of the car without any injuries. he was wearing his seatbelt. crews were able to lower to car down friday. there's no word on why the accident happened in the first place. >> bad drive. now, we're in the saying he's a gold digger, but a man searching a river for specs of
>> oscar espinoza went panning and found a nugget that weighs 18 ounces so it's estimatessed at $70,000. after this discovery, of course others are flocking there this weekend looking for their own treasure. >> see what i did there with the kanye west reference? >> of course i did. a grandmother is putting the limits of old age to the test. she pedals hundreds every week to sell eggs in order to make a living. >> she's 90 years old, lives alone with her hens. she collects eggs and hops on her bike to sell them. she says her secret to health and longevity, that old- fashioned bike she rides. >> riding a bike for 18 miles a
. 7:41 on saturday morning. good morning. we're waking up to brisk temperatures outside. >> i like that. it's cool outside, but into this afternoon, it's going to be so comfortable. the temperatures are going to be in the upper 70s, low 80s. i want to invite you to go out and visit my friends at berkeley lake park because this afternoon the lupus community walk now berkeley lake park is in wheat ridge, so the gates open there at 2:30, the doors, i should say, and the walk kicks off at 4:30, but the forecast out there looks like. temperatures will be at 79 degrees. bring that water, put on that spf. we have drier air working its way into colorado. that cold front yesterday is
state into the great lakes. our forecast is drier, warmer than yesterday, highs in the low 80s. that's where we should be this time of year. although we're starting off with chilly temperatures, this afternoon we'll top off in the low 80s. by noon it will be in the mid- 70s. put on that sun screen, because with a forecast as gorgeous as it is, you'll want to be outside, so i don't want you to gesu 1:00 this afternoon, did you see how that clock was ticking, nothing happening. late this afternoon we could possibly see some isolated storms out towards the valley but that's about it. the travel along i-70, i-25, i- 76 should be just fine. and if you want to ven venture
here's where we're at now. temperatures in the 30s and 40s in the mountains, a few 30- degree temperature readings, so it's chilly. this afternoon gorgeous in the mountains, 88 on the western slope. that's probably going to be the warmest spot across colorado. upper 70s in fort collins and the eastern plains. tonights the temperatu the foothills. temperatures across the state tonight will drop in the 30s in the mountains and those valleys. and summer is slipping away, it's leaving us. tomorrow we are gonna get those 90s though, and that could be the last 90-degree day we see this year.
the chance for showers late in the day and also storms possible on tuesday. slightly cooler. 67, and then after that temperatures in the 70s on wednesday and thursday. this as we are 12 days away from the official start of fall. that happens september 22nd. steve and jessica. >> man, time flies. and you know, belen, at 70 degrees it's not chilly, but you do from 90 to 70 in the span of a to the system. >> exactly. seeing those 70-degree temperatures after that 90, it's a big difference approximately we'll bring our sweaters. >> i know it's this time of year because i have a cold. if you are looking to get a few home projects finished before winter, you should still have the chance. the colorado garden foundation's home show is this weekend. how many times can i say
and 200 companies. talking about everything from how to make your house green to a new trend, women caves. we'll be there to talk to you from 10:00 to noon today. so women cave, i think that's the rest of the house is the women cave. >> it's called the living room. >> and the men is like the basement. >> you and pictures of women caves. they're just fancy living rooms with more purple and pink. >> that's what my man cave looks like, purple and pink. 7:46 now. with the real estate boom here in colorado, one area downtown is changing very quickly. one of the neighborhoods seeing the most redevelopment in denver is the river north area. there is something new going up or something changing on almost every single block. our partners at the denver
the bigger picture here of what it may look like by 2020, that's when most of these projects are set to be finished. a local company took the plans from different projects to create this, a glimpse into the neighborhood's future. can you get more information on 9news.com. we had so much going on, football, softball, the works. >> games being played out this week. we have those highlights coming up for you, but also the efforts from one local high
boulder went head to head. >> we got the fever. we're hot, we can't be stopped. we've got the fever. >> fairview settled down at end of the first. look at the toe drag. fairview would lead it. boulder would fight to stay in this one. the hit causes a short pass, and cole peterson pick it off. fairview would finish this one out. kemp would barrel his way into the end zone to start off the 3rd quarter. fairview wins, 50-9. longmont off to a hot start. it's forced into the end zone, the second score of the night.
beautiful 56-yard rush. that would set up the spartans for a field goal. they would trail 16-3 at half. longmont would end it in the 4th. drake would make it straight up the middle. there's the hole and he's gone. 67 yards to the end zone. star wild receiver dillon holt hosting the holt makes the incredible one- handed grab for the touchdown. glenn fakes the hand off and throws to mackey. he does the rest and goes all the way down the sideline for the touchdown. he's a huge reason why mead put up over 700 yards of offense.
>> cherokee trail looking for its first win of the season against denver east. ct already up 11-0 when cruz breaks the tackle and ends up in the end zone. after a two-point conversion it's 19-0. later, east got its first points when campbell connected with moran for the score. ct rolls >> columbine enters the third day of its own tournament undefeated. the memorial softball tournament began with the first pitch. the rubbles with the upper hand for most of the day. cruz hits one deep, giving lopez time to get home for the score. amber davis would smack one to the fence and bring in a run
to 8-1. but smoky hills fought back to earn 7 runs. in the end it just wasn't enough. columbine holds on to win it 11- 8. >> a match up in 4a volleyball. berthoud senior had a great game to help her team win the first two sets. in the third, holy family came back. they had a 25-12 fourth set, berthoud would fight their way back on top. berthoud overcomes holy family to win it. >> i thought our team did really good and their team fought hard to get that win, but we just came out on top and it was a good game. >> this summer we brought back the summer grind series. for a weekend we gave you an
camps, including the chatfield charges. this cabin was a stable at the camp and had been for years. the coach built it with his own two hands, but sadly the cabin burned down this week. it wasn't insured. now they're raising money to rebuild it. they're up to $15,000 but have a long way to go. you'd like to help, we've posted the go fund me page on our website. go to 9news.com/hss. you'll also see e highlights and interviews from our games this week.
off a beautiful day. another night, another familiar problem in denver. police are looking for a hit and run driver this morning. >> the man who shot president ronald reagan is a free man this morning with a few conditions. the latest on john hinkley's release. >> plus you guys may want to walk your girlfriend out of the room before looking at this story. once she sees this rock, there is no in >> plus we'll have more on
. another night and another familiar problem in denver. police still looking for a hit and run driver this morning. >> the man who shot president ronald reagan is a free man this morning with a few conditions. the latest on john hinkley's release. >> guys, you might want to walk your girlfriend out of the room before this story. once she sees that walk there's no looking back. >> she's already taking a picture of it, right? >> a live genesee. we're all over the place this morning, but the roads look pretty nice, don't they? >> kind of give you a full view. >> snap back and forth. 8:00 on your saturday morning. first a story that's making headlines across the country. the man who tried to assassinate president ronald reagan 35 years ago is going
for the crime. a federal judge ruled that hinkley is no longer a danger to himself and others and can live with his mother in virginia for a year before living alone or or with roommates. he'll have to volunteer or work at least three days a week. denver's te happened last night. investigators say t a least one person was badly hurt. it's possible there may be more than one victim. the driver was in a gray chevy impala. obviously if you've seen or heard anything, please give dpd a call. all right. it is 8:01 on your saturday morning, and what do i see? is that 44 degrees? it's warming up from that
who have been tweeting me this morning, and one lady said she was out for a jog and can see here breath. we're getting to that time of year. we only have a freeze warning for northwestern colorado. let me show you where we're at right now as you're starting off your saturday. it's cool out there. we've got 40s on the map for denver, greeley, fort collins. in higher elevations tempes 20s. check out the mountains. in northwestern colorado, a freeze warning in effect until 9:00 a.m. this afternoon it's going to be so nice. we've got wall-to-call sunshine so it's not going to take long for us to warm up. we're going to have highs in the low 80s. this is typical this time of year. maybe you want to pack your
plan that hike. i've gut a great forecast for you. we'll keep warming up and top out in the low 80s around 4:00 this afternoon. we could be basing our last 90- degree temperature of the year, so i'll let you know when that arrives coming up in a few. >> i'm just going to make sure and enjoy the day then. thank you. the starwood contained. lightning sparked the fire last sunday. the sheriff sent a tweet thanking everyone who worked to get that fire under control. a man fell nearly 20 feet off the barker dam. investigators say he may have been drunk. luckily there was no water passing through at the time. the man was taken to the hospital. no word on his condition, but
hospital. an update on breaking news that we brought you yesterday morning. a 5-year-old girl was rescued from a burning home in lakewood. firefighters want to encourage parents to talk to children about the importance of escaping dangers. the girl told firefighters she hid in the closet. crews d so scared, it took her a while come out. children like to hide when they're scared. >> unfortunately, i don't think it's all that unusual. when children get scared, they try to hide. we try to train parents to not have their children to hide. it's tough. i have a little girl at home too. >> so do i. the same age.
>> a rescue that turned emotional. parents should practice fire drills at home. the girl and her father were treated for smoke inhalation. the cause is under investigation. a school board member accused of child sex crimes is being held in jail without bond this morning. a child sex sting operation led to the arrest of robert vashaw. he works for adams county school district 14. we're told no students from the involved. he was arrested on friday and is expected to face charges of criminal sexual assault on a child and internet luring of a child. "we do not have any details on the situation. we are allowing the appropriate law enforcement agency to handle this matter. we recognize there are allegation, and as such we will
the situation." social media helps catch a suspected peeping top. police shared this surveillance video showing a man spying on a teenage girl. you can see him peeking into the 17-year-old's window. a commander says tips from people who watched that video helped lead to arrest. they have not released the identity of who they arrested. cliffside camping. investigators say matthew bars was near the top of the pass when he accidentally fell about 50 feet. he taught for more than 20 years, and friends say the u.s. history teacher's passion was spending time in the mountains. in lakewood, traffic investigators say the glare of the sun may have triggered a
in a wheelchair. steven tinoco died at the scene. a jury could not make up its mind in a case of a man accused of killing a single mother. jurors deliberated all week and tried to reach a decision in the case of lester jones, but it ended in a mistrial. he was accused of kidnapping and killing a woman who lived a double life as a escort. he was one of the last people who call her fo disappeared in 2007. jones' defense team said investigators had no physical evidence tying him to her death. 9 out of the 12 jurors believed jones was guilty, and some of them talked about their deliberation. >> we wanted this, and i saw you all during the trial and i see the agony and what you've gone through and your grandchildren, and i am sorry,
that there was -- that he didn't do something wrong, that he committed this crime. it's the fact that there's not enough evidence for them to get past the reasonable doubt. >> he'll remain in jail until a new trial can get scheduled. worries over rising interest rates are taking a toll on stocks. investigators selling friday over concerns of a hike that next week. the feds raise rates nine months ago for the first time since the great recession after events like the brexit and china's economic slowdown. donald trump says when he's in office, he wouldn't let iran taunt and toy with us. he was at a rally in pensacola,
the u.s. navy would shoot harassing craft out of the water. >> she is being so protected. she could walk into this arena right now and shoot somebody with 20,000 people watching right smack in the middle of the heart, and she wouldn't be prosecuted, okay. that's what's happened. that is what's happened is firing back, but not just at trump but his supporters as well. she told an audience of donors about this last night after meeting with national security experts earlier in the day. clinton and trump have been clashing over that issue this week, both saying she would be the best person to coman the military. she said she would bolster defenses against domestic terror attacks.
national security would be complete unless we acknowledge that the nominee on the other side promises to do things that will make us less safe. national security experts on both sides of the aisle are chilled by what they're hearing from the republican nominee. >> tomorrow clinton will attend the 9/11 memorial commemorate the anniversary service. have you ever met someone so bold they take food from your plate?
a police officer said a woman sat down next to him in a restaurant and struck up a conversation with that officer. that's when she reached over and took the officer's french fry. the cop kept asking her to stop, but she continued to take more fries. the officer wasn't having it and eventually arrested her for theft. in the police report, property stolen is listed as french fry potato. the quanty quantity is 3. >> i don't know that that has happened before. this is an interesting story. guys, be aware. a swiss jewelry make rarest types because it has little imputers and no color. it was found lost november and cost $78,000 per caret. >> the ladies are looking at that and they're saying, i won't steal your french fries if you get me one of those. >> exactly. it's a nice trade. >> right. we woke up to some chilly temperatures this morning, the
to jump from 39 degrees. >> he keeps a close eye on temperatures. >> i like to watch that little thing down in the corner. many people are probably watching that too. >> i think so. i got some feedback from our viewers this morning on twitter because temperatures this morning are cooler than what they have been, so jim said he woke up to see frost on the roof here in golden. vinny said i'm going to do riding in the mountains cooler temperatures are allowing for fall-like conditions in the mountains. and then amanda said i took my two-mile walk and saw my breath. the temperatures this morning in the 20s and 30s in the mountains. folks that are waking up and headed to the high country, a beautiful view for you.
6:37. the sun set tonight at 7:16. our days are getting shorter. we're getting less and less daylight, so what this does is cause an effect in nature. because when we have that abundant sunshine during spring and summer, that produceses chlorifil in the leaves. we start to see the changing in leaves. to a little bit of science for you. we sure pictures. this was sent in by larry. those are the fall colors on squall pass. if you do get those pictures, please, please, send them to us so we can show them off. the temperatures in the 40s in denver, so out at dia we're close to 50 degrees. it's jumped up because of the sun shining brightly in the sky. in the eastern plains, 30s. in the mountains, still 30- degree temperature readings.
be warmest out on the western slope, 70s for the mountains, and 80s and 70s down low and on the eastern plains. if you're headed out the support the game, at halftime, 76. i'm going to press play on that futurecast. that clock is going to particular but nothing is south in our southern san juans, but other than that, our forecast staying dry and clear tonight and tomorrow morning. it could be a little breezy, especially out on the eastern plains and in the foothills. gusts possibly up to 20, even 30 miles per hour, but no watches or warnings have been issued. lows across the state tonight, 30s and 40s in the mountains, 50s down low and a few upper
big changes happening within the next few days. tomorrow, 90 degrees. that could be our last 90- degree day of the year, because then after that, boy we're dropping. our temperatures on monday 70 degrees. tuesday, 67, and then we'll stay in the 70s for the rest of the week. those temperatures actually below where we should be this time of year, but steve and jessica, from 90s to 70s, that's a huge difference. so sweaters, your scarfs, your uggs. >> i've got my uggs. >> you're all set then. fall, watch out!. hanging lake trail will be closed today. crews are doing maintenance work and the trail has been worn down because so many people have been on it, so the crews will put in chains and
>> names have been carved into places along the trail and rocks that are covered in graffiti. so if you are looking to get a few home projects finished, you still have a chance. the colorado fall home show is this weekend at the colorado convention center. there are more than 400 booths and 250 companies. exhibitors talking about everything from how to make your house green to a new trend. women caves, which we we'll be there to talk from 10:00 to noon today. by the way, apparently somebody on twitter said it's where you can hide chocolate. that's a good spot. >> every space in my house is where you can hide chocolate. are you ready to tackle weekend projects? >> how about fixing an old chair or barstool. fix this!
. welcome to fix this presented by home advisor, the free and easy way to fine best home pros. today how to reupholster. if you have some furniture around the house, especially chairs, becky is here to give us the 101. >> yes. >> the down low on the 101. >> and you're telling us this is simple. >> it's simple. we're not talking about getting out grandma's old chair and reupholstering the whole thing. that might be a little challenging. this is truly taking it all the way to the basics.
and reupholstering, so it gives you a good starting point. if you have a basic piece of furniture and sewing machine, this is something you could do. last week i showed you how i took apart an old bar stool, stripped the stain and refinished it. i still had to reupholstee seat. i was intimidated by the process, so i called my mom. after that phone call, she assured me that this was something i could easily to. so start, i flipped the seat cushion over and started removing what seemed like two million staples. i used two different tools, a flathead screwdriver and needle-
was secure. once that was finally completed, i removed the fabric carefully, salvaging the foam and seat board. next i took my seam ripper and carefully removed the thread that held the cushion together. it's really important not to rip the fabric in this step, because each piece of old fabric will serve as pattern. i chose a neutral commercial grade upholstery fabric for my new cushions and laid it out on a large flat surface. then i took my new pattern, or the old pieces of fabric that used to make up the seat cushion, and placed it wrong side to right side on top of the new fabric. i pinned it in place, and using
fabric. next i pinned the new pieces of fabric together to rebuild the cushion, matching them right side to right side. to sew it together, i grabbed my sewing machine, but also special upholstery thread and upholstery needles. this ensures that the new cushion gets stitched together properly. once rightside out and fit it over the board. now i was ready to staple it back on. i pulled the fabric tight and attached the fabric to the wood board. make sure you watch where the screw holes are on the seat bottom. you'll need to know where to reattach the piece. the whole project for three
. broncos trying to get a hand on the ball. snap placement, kick on the way, and it is wide left. >> wide left. a great finish to a great game. one gary kubiak still can't believe that the broncos won, despite turning it over, 1, 2, 3 times, denver got the w. >> i couldn't believe we won the game, some of the things that we did, some of the
that's a credit to them. they believe they can get it done and fight through adverse tee and still win, but for me it's really i look at it is i'm excited because i think of what we could be if we correct those things. >> brandon marshal knew kneeling down would come at a cost. he's had sponsorship pulled. releasing a statement "his actions are of our organization." >> i hope there's in the a lot more consequences to come, but if there is, it's what i chose as a man and made a decision. i still stand by that decision. the fans, to hear them cussing me out and hear them saying you lost a fan, i don't respect you anymore, it's tough. >> it's a big day at college
parents across the country. a toddler left at day care is found dead under a bean bag. >> and how does that happen? that's a car up there. police aren't sure but it made for quite the rescue. how that driver is doing this morning. >> boulder and fairview under the flat irons. we have more coming up in prep rally. police arrested a man who pointed this happened around midnight at roadway inn on 8th avenue. the 28-year-old was wanted on a felony warrant out of kansas. >> at least one officer fire shots but missed after blanco pointed a gun at them. a women and four children were taken away from the motel. no one was hurt.
this. this happened in wichita. as much as 5 inches of rain fell in one hour. at one point more than 40 cars were submerged in water. at least one driver had to be rescued. >> flooding there, a different kind of severe weather in illinois. the national weather says a tornado was on the ground for about 17 minutes. there are reports of significant damage to the a farmhouse. no one was hurt. the same storm produced at least one other tornado in the region and moved east. let's get straight to belen deleon with our forecast in colorado. luckily nothing in store for us like that. >> i think it's interesting that the storms that fired up that severe weather formed along that line of that cool air that moved through colorado yesterday, so our front is what caused all of that stormy weather in the central part of
midwest. much calmer for us today. it's a chilly morning out there. we will have those temperatures warming up this afternoon, and even hotter for tomorrow, and the forecast is staying mainlily dry. a great forecast to get outside and enjoy the weekend. right now we have temperatures in the 40s and in the high country temperatures in the 30s and 20s. so good morning to you up there. that freeze warning has expired out in a.m., but it has expired. the temperatures are in the mid- 20s to low 30s out there. it's a great morning to grab the coffee, sit on the porch. temperatures will be in the 50s just a little longer, then in the 60s. grab your girlfriend, boyfriend, have fun on the patio while you're having lunch. temperatures this afternoon in the low 80s along i-25 and in
if you want to lace up your sneakers and hit the trails early. tomorrow a hot one, and then a big cooldown coming. i'll let you know when the temperatures will drop coming up. 8:36 now on your saturday. here's a story that's trending this morning. the man who shot president ronald reagan is a free man today. >> john hinkley spent more than 35 years in a mental hospital for the cr information. >> the man who shot president ronald reagan 35 years ago is scheduled to leave a washington area mental hospital for good later today. a federal judge ruled in late july that the 61-year-old john hinkley is not a danger to himself or the public and can live full time at his mother's home in virginia. hinkley had already been visiting williamsburg as he prepared for that full-time
evergreen, colorado, a year before the attempt on the president's life, but with this release comes restrictions. he will live with his mother for a year before living alone or with roommates. he'll have to work or volunteer at least three days a week. he'll have to continue therapy while in virginia. hinkley got a driver's license in 2011. the court order in this case lets him drive within 30 miles of williamsburg by himself, and we won't be hearing he's barred from talking to the press. in the information center, vida urbonas. the u.s. and russia announced early today a break through agreement with a cease fire in syria. john kerry says a plan has been finalized. he says a plan of a nationwide
between the rival governments in an effort to target isis an al-qaeda. north korea state television has declared a successful test of a nuclear warhead. world leaders have condemned north korea. the security council said it's a clear threat to international peace and security. some experts think north korea may be inching toward their goalof developing a long-range nuclear warhead. a car bomb in eastern baghdad killed 11 and wounded 28. footage showed a wide area covered by charred wreckage of at least one vehicle. the attack comes as iraqi ground forces are moving into position to retake the militant-
colorado is remembering 9/11 15 years later. there are several events going on this weekend. the ceremony takes place tomorrow at civic center park. there will be a procession led lie the colorado national guard. the governor and mayor will be in attendance. thousands are expected to turn out for the 2016 stair climb at 7:30. it is a way to honor and remember the firefighters who selflessly 9/11/2001. they climb the equivalent of the 110 stories of the world trade center. the mysterious and tragic death of a toddler remains under investigation. a little boy crawled into a bean bag chair and suffocated to death. surveillance video was shocking for investigators. it showed a teacher sitting on
underneath. the mother is heart broken over what happened. a cell phone may be to blame for this, a car fire in florida earlier this week. the jeep cherokee exploded in the driveway. investigators are trying to figure out what happened, but he thinks it could be his samsung galaxy smartphone. samsung says reports of exploding have been reported. it has prompted a recall. he says he was never told phone. he says that fire happened when he left his suv running with the air conditioning on and the phone plugged in. in austin, texas, a scary situation for a driver in downtown austin on friday after police say he drove off a parking garage. cell phone video captured the car dangling off the top level. the driver managed to get out of the car without any injuries
lower the car down late friday. there's no word on why the accident happened in the first place. now, we're in the saying he's a gold digger, but a man just out searching a river found a nugget worth a fortune. >> he found this, a nugget that weighs 18 ounces. it's worth an estimated $70,000. so he just went, picked after this discovery, you can imagine that others are flocking over there to see if they can find their own treasure. >> the only nuggets i ever find are of the chicken variety. >> we enjoy our chicken nuggets. coming up in the forecast, belen deleon tells us what we can expect on this beautiful weekend and when we could see
. 8:43 on a sunday -- sunday? wow, i'm jumping ahead of myself. what morning is it? we figured it out. it's sunny but also kind of cold outside. >> it is chilly this morning, but we're already warming up. this morning i want to show you where we started, because when we talk about lows, those are usually the temperatures we get right before the sun rises, so we experienced this cooler temperatures this morning. we dropped to 37 degrees overnight, so we were only 2 degrees away from tying a record low that was set back in 1989. how about that? now, the forecast is gradually warming up, but check out the overnight lows. we had temperatures in the 20s for some spots in the high
brightly. up in sterling, blue as far as the eye can see. because of a front that swept through colorado yesterday, that front today will cause showers an thunderstorms down south into texas and also into the great lakes, and that's where we have the potential of seeing the stronger storms and severe weather. for us, we need to be careful to protect ourselves from all of the sunshine, because we're going to put on the sunscreen and drink the h2o. the futurecast will remain sunny and our temperatures will be in the 70s by lunchtime. so anything you want to do across the state, you are in absolutely good shape through this afternoon. nothing to talk about. a small chance for an isolated storm, but if you're hopping on i-70, i-25, i-76, the forecast
elevated fire danger out towards the western slope and also for our friends in southern wyoming. because the winds will be a bit calmer today, we don't have any red flags issued, but still a precaution because our forecast is dry. the temperatures in the 40s. we've got 50s on the eastern plains. in the high country, temperatures in the 30s and 40s. 70s mainly for the high country if you want to take a drive and watch the beautiful colors, especially in our central and southern mountains -- i should say our central and northern mountains. and 80s on the eastern plains. tonight the temperatures will drop to 53 degrees, breezy on the foot hills and the eastern plains. in the high country, temperatures in the 40s and the 30s. tomorrow, another hot day, a high of 90 degrees, and that
this year. about 20 degrees cooler from one day ot next. cooler weather on tuesday, with a chance for storms in the afternoon. then wednesday and thursday, temperatures in the 70s. with that cooler weather arriving on monday and tuesday with just a bit of moisture, we could see a bit of snow on top of our mountains, but we'll keep you posted on what to expect for the start of next week. for now let's enjoy the weekend. >> 90 tomorrow. that's why i have sunday on the mind. that apparently is think it's sunday. >> we'll just use the s word though. >> oh my gosh. fcc fines!. >> just got to prepare. it was a busy week, lot of games. >> a lot of rivalry games. we have those highlights coming up next, but also the effort of one local high school as they
. good morning everyone. rivalry games always come with added pressure, and that was evidence when fairview and boulder went head team and a touchdown all within the first three minutes of play. >> we've got the fever, we're hot, we can't be stopped, we've got the fever, we're hot!. >> fairview settled down at the end of the first. it looks like we may have just skipped ahead to our next highlight. this is longmont and greeley. we'll pick it up in the second.
it's to the outside, a beautiful 56-yard rush. that would set the spartans up for a field goal. they trail 16-3 at half. longmont would end it in the 4th. drake will take it straight up the middle. there's the hole and he's gone. 67 yards to the end zone. longmont hammers this one home. 30-3 your final. >> dillon holt host thing mead holt makes an incredible one- handed grab for the touchdown. it was always electrifying. there's a fake hand off and pass to mackey. mackey does the rest and goes for the touchdown. he was a huge reason why mead put up over 700 yards of total
>> cherokee trail looking for its first win of the season against denver east. first quarter, ct up 11-0, when cruz ends up in the end zone. after a 2-point conversion, it's 19-0. down 32-zip, east got its first points. but the cougars offense couldn't be stopped. ct rolls >> columbine enters the final day of its own softball tournament undefeated. the dave sanders memorial softball tournament began with a ceremonial pitch from glenda sanders. cruz hits one deep, giving lopez time to get home for the score. 5th inning, amber davis will smack one to the fence.
8-1. smoky hill fought to earn 7 runs. in the end, not enough. columbine wins it 11-8. >> it was a ranked match up in volleyball. berthoud and holy family hitting the court. in the third, holy family came back. they hang on with after falling behind in the 4th, berthoud fights their way back on top. they overcome to win it 3-1. >> i'm super excited. i thought our team did really good and their team fought really hard to get that win too, but we just came out on top and it was a good game. >> this summer we brought back the summer grind series. for a weekend we gave you an
chargers to take the freshman team to south park, colorado. this cabin was a stable at the camp and has been for years. the coach built it with his own two hands, but sadly the cabin burnt down this week. it wasn't insured. now the team is raising money. they're up to about 15,000 but have a long way to go. everything was a complete loss. if you'd like to help, we have posted the go fund me our website, 9news.com/hss. as i said earlier this morning, we just had so many e-mails and tweets and facebook messages all from the chatfield community saying what a difference he has meant to their children, and any help anyone can provide will be so
. we are going to get back to a story that is making headlines across the country the morning. the man who tried to assassinate president ronald home. >> john hinkley spent more than 35 years in a mental hospital for the crime. a federal judge ruled that hinkley is no longer a danger to himself and others can now live with his mother in virginia, but his release comes with restrictions. we'll live with his mother for a year before living alone or with roommates. he'll have to work or volunteer at least three days a week. he'll also have to continue therapy while in virginia. let's get a final check of
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