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this is 9 news. >> an explosion rocked new york city. 29 people hurt. a pressure cooker with wiring and a cell phone attached found a few blocks away. he collapsed and died on the now his team is remembering him. donald trump makes a pitstop in colorado springs. the girls got pipes and we got her. lucky us. let's take a live look at your drive this morning.
we see quite a few cars heading back from the high country. all those folks heading back are expected to peak around 5 pm today. 7:01 am and we begin with a live look in manhattan. an investigation is underway after an explosion injured 29 people. >> you can see that the sun is up. there is a major crime scene in the middle of manhattan. you can see all the markers they're taking count of all the bits obr during that last. this bomb went off in new york city last night and injured 29 people. let's take a look at some of the surveillance video from a manhattan jim. you can see the explosion happened and then people take off running. blast appears to have come from a construction toolbox on west 23rd street in front of the residence for the blind. it is a busy area with many restaurants and grocery store nearby. it appears only one of the injured suffered serious injuries and the rest of
to terrorism but he does play that was intentional.>> there is no specific and credible threat against new york city at this point in time from any terror organization. whatever the cause or intention here, new yorkers will not be intimidated. we will not let anyone change who we are or how we go about our lives. >> the mayor is trying to, you would imagine is very anxious city. not too far away from this explosion, police found device. investigators say it appears to be a pressure cooker attached to wires and a cell phone. police to that device to a safe area. officials do not think the explosion and chelsea was related to this one in new jersey saturday morning. there was an explosion in a garbage can on the roof of a marine corps charity run. the when he was hurt and officials aren't sure yet if this is linked to terrorism. that is under investigation. the fbi has taken over that investigation. 7:02 am on sunday.
the last weekend of summer and mother nature is giving us appropriate temperatures. >> it is going to feel like it today as well because the temperatures will be in the mid to upper 80s. we have plenty of sunshine for you. >> that is a broncos sunrise. hold fans, you know where that will take us today. i am talking trash too early in the morning. 50s a little bit longer and then 60s. by 10 am, temperatures will be in the 70s. i now have a few spots in the 40s like our friends in longmont in greeley. temperatures are 39 degrees. in the high country, temperatures are starting off in the 30s as well.'s afternoon, mid to upper 80s. this is above our normal high for this time of year. we should be closer to 79
coming so we will take in the heat as long as we can. unfortunately, the dry, sunny, warm and windy weather this afternoon will increase fire danger. a red flag warning is in effect from northern colorado to southern wyoming and to the panhandle of nebraska. speaking of the broncos game, you need to dress for summer. the temperatures will be in the 80s. if you will be sitting in the stands, the sunshine will pound on you. kickoff will be up to 20 5 pm. donald trump is heading to florida after making an appearance in colorado springs this weekend. last night, he spoke about many of his campaign's favorite topics. he hit on building a wall and making mexico pay for. he talked about creating jobs and preventing businesses for moving to other countries. ford motor company's opening a new clinton mexico. he said that would not happen
colorado specific topics but he did say that the vast potential of energy reserves he would tap into here. colorado springs also received this message. >> we will fight to bring us all together, united in common purpose and common dreams. imagine what our country could accomplish if we started working together as one people under one god saluting one >> no-trump rally is complete without attacking hillary clinton. he insisted that she made the situation in the middle east worst. trump said he would be much better at defeating isis but does not want to reveal his plan to the enemy. he said i will give you good results, don't worry how i get there. apel from emerson college shows voters now people donald trump by 4% over hillary clinton. she was at the congressional
voters and experts that is significant because the black vote could be the thing to tip the election. in clinton's address, she praised president obama and urged african american voters to fight for his legacy. she argued her case for why she would make a better president than trump.>> it comes down to who will fight for the forgotten. who will invest in our children and who will really have your back in the white house. we need ideas, no need real plans for struggling americans in communities that have been left out and left behind.>> resident obama also spoke there. he told the crowd if african americans don't vote, he would take it personally saying his name not be on the ballot with issues are still important to the black community. this morning, we have more information about a crash that killed two teachers from northern colorado and hurt
truck this morning, we learned much morning about couple who died in the crash. they were parents of a toddler and both were teachers. genevieve summerville taught science at fort collins high school. gerrit summerville worked at loma high school. state troopers say they were in their suv headed south on the highway near us 30 for friday night when their vehicle went off the road. officers say for some reason, the car ve overcorrected and that caused the vehicle to roll almost 2 full times before came to a rest on its side. they were not wearing seatbelts and were thrown from suv. their young daughter was in a car seat and survived. schools have notified staff and sent an email to families. they will have counselors and mental health staff at the school tomorrow to support students and staff.
peak charter school. the cocaptain of the cross country team collapsed and died on the track on friday. his fellow students and teammates are mourning the death of 18-year-old. the school announced his death on its facebook page and asked students to gather at the truck on saturday to remember him. they will have counselors at the school tomorrow. a 16-year-old girl and fortune beat cancer only to die in a senseless shooting. her family and friends have identified her as haley vargas. police found her lying in the way before 2 am saturday. investigators say a man leaving the party pulled the trigger and drove off. as this investigation continues, family and friends remember vargas as a creative and energetic girl. she had a promising future and beat cancer several years ago. >> she was one of those people that was always happy and smiling all the time. >> no one deserves it. out of everybody, why did it
>> her family wants her to direct -- remembered as more than a homicide victim. the suspect is a hispanic man's in his early 20s with the skinny build and our care. we are told he may be wearing glasses and also a gold nose ring. he may have also driven off in a red sedan. if you have information, call crimestoppers. we are learning more about the philadelphia gunmenwh killing one person and injuring five others including two police officers. nicholas glenn had a lengthy criminal record. investigators found a note at the scene indicating his hatred for police. late last friday, glenn use a 9 mm gun to shoot an officer who was sitting in her patrol car. he shot people outside bars and he also shot into a car. a woman inside the car was killed. he was shot to death after
7:09 am. good morning. copy game day to you. some fans are looking forward to tonight's game against the colts. there is some hesitation because they are that team that we can't seem to beat. >> we have trouble with the colts. the colts have beat the broncos in eight of the last nine meetings, three of the last four at home. the broncos defense will have to show the league why they are the best. von miller reminded us this week that h today. this will be the first time since peyton manning was drafted in 98 that he won't be part of the broncos/colts matchup. kickoff is at 2:30 pm. >> i have already gotten one email about why you are wearing colts blue. i am wearing a burnt orange
the rapids play the earthquakes. the game ended in a draw but we consider it a win because we heard belen de leon singh. let's check in with her in the backyard.>> hello, out there. >> thank you to jessica oh who took her camera out there and took her tripod that way we could get that on video. let's take a look at the forecast for today. we are going to see some very dr up to the mountains. you don't need to worry about any showers or thunderstorms. shane roberts sent in this picture of the fall colors at maroon bells. it is just stunning isn't it? those trees are golden. as the sun is peek out from behind those buildings, it will be a great day. or forecast this afternoon is going to be very much like summer. it will be warm and breezy. maybe fire up the grill.
any storms. as much as we need the rain, we are not anticipating any storms across colorado. we would have high fire danger in some parts of the state. the temperatures will be in the mid to upper 80s this afternoon. this is about our normal for this time of year. slice the state in half and the eastern part is where we will see the very hot temperatures. 90s for pueblo and for lamarr. in the mountains, 60s and 70s. now. 50 in grand junction. 30s in eagle. right now in denver, 55. our friends on the eastern plains, 35. severe thunderstorm over colorado. the western half of the country is going to stay really dry with a better chance for thunderstorms in texas and also
at about eight. even though summer is winding down, you stop to take your precautions for protecting yourself on the harsh rays. it will be hard to see any clouds today in our sky. if we have any that do develop will be closer to the divide. we are not expecting any rain from them. around lunchtime, the weather will be fined to be outside. the forecast we remains dry through the afternoon. overnight, skies are clear. our morning we are starting off th overnight low. skies will be clear. temperatures will be mild on the front range. in the high country, lows will drop into the 40s. last few days of summer are going to be in the 80s. the-88 tomorrow, tuesday 85, wednesday 83 and then we say goodbye to summer and hello to fall officially on thursday. it looks like by the end of the week we get a little bit of a cooldown.
7:19 am. a massive oil spill may be driving up gas prices for those on the east coast. >> this is because of a pipeline leak in alabama. >> we saw images from the gas station in knoxville yesterday. they ran out of gas. spent they are feeling it on the east coast. experts are saying gas prices will be going up for millions of people out east. is too early to know the impact for here in colorado.
the colonial pipelines line 1 was severed last week's billing more than a quarter million dollars of gas. a pipe stretches from texas to new york harbor delivering 40% of the east coast gas. the company has hundreds of people working on repairs. ships are helping trends for -- transport fuel out there. gas buddy.com estimators drivers in those affected states kasich increases anywhere from $0.05 to $.20 per gallon. the prices should drop once the they are saying not to worry. looking ahead, we are talking about the interest rate. the us economy is strong enough for the interest rates to go up x that is the question that the federal reserve will be debating on tuesday and wednesday. most traders and economists believe the chance of a rate hike in the near-term remains very low. housing stars will be released on tuesday.
more next week and we don't. >> so many people are in the process of refinancing or not. this story is like the energizer bunny. this is an interesting story. this could be an easy way for drinkers to know and have had too much. albuquerque start of german tech has developed a patch that census alcohol intake through your sweat. >> that will not work in denver >> it is called on us blue. here is how they say it works. you basically put it on your arm. you start to have some drinks and they say it changes color after 40 minutes. that color designates that you are no longer good to drive. once it comes out, they have to work with ours, restaurants and companies to me customize once. the barca than brand a patch for designated driver and they could check you out the door to
legally that would play. >> i imagine people have to choose to wear it.>> that is really interesting. it is a concept. i was a little annoyed when i started to see halloween stuff pop up a month ago. now, we are talking christmas already. it is september. kmart has announced the return of its no money do online, kmart shoppers can take advantage of the layaway problem now through november 26. >> speak for yourself. i like walking to the aisles looking at all of the christmas decorations. >> i don't mind the layaway programs because that helps people prepare. to see santa claus in september, he is still sleeping. >> it is still summer
good morning. history of coors field can runs in the first inning of last nights game including this 444 foot shot. his 38th lead of the national league. jon gray went to work and struck out six in a row at one point. that is a rockies record. he finished with 16 in the game which sets a new rockies single- game record. complete-game shutout for the rookie. the rockies when it 8-0. what a
>> i just wanted to get back to being the best version of myself. that is power and not so much getting after the guys. >> an ankle injury kept him from finishing the game. he could only watch as the fourth -ranked wolverines pulled away from the buffs. early touchdown and then the defense added to the leak. derek mccartney scoop and score. 14-0 the punting game was not good. alex kinney blocked. grant period ends up with a wolverines touchdown to make it 14-7. a line drive direct the into his own player. back in michigan terrific field position they would score a couple plays later. a great pass with a 70 yard touchdown. it gave see you the lead but sabo could not keep it up. he
his day was done. all wolverines from that point out another disaster. this punch goes back 56 yards for michigan touchdown. 48-25 the final score. we will never know how 18-year- old college hill felt about his first collegiate start because colorado state doesn't allow freshmen to speak to the media. the order back was silenced after making a ton of noise on the field yesterday. unlike last two games, he he threw his first collegiate touchdown pass to l word masters junior in the first quarter and then a couple of minutes later, he electrified the fans with his scrambling ability your key took off and ran for a 51 yard touchdown. that made the score 14-0. he threw for four more. this one, the bear creek graduate, 315 yards passing and five total touchdowns. the rams 147-51.
sunday afternoon in denver is game day. indianapolis is coming off a loss but they are the last team denver fans should want to see. andrew luck and company have gotten the better of the broncos. three-1 lifetime against denver. he was phenomenal a week ago. >> i think they are a good team. a mashup against as well. at the end of the day, they are close games. it always comes down to the end. it shows you we are out there he is their main guy. we have to control him. >> don't forget, game day life. your broncos pregame show coming up at 9 am.>> young prospects are trying to make an impression on their coach. the camp involves a couple of scrimmages this weekend. 21-year-old defender plate 31 games last year. he scored in the first period to make it 1-
this is 9news. a cease fire in syria was a monumental step but on the front lines a different story. thousands of people still desperate for food and help. eight people stabbed violent rampage at a mall. they care for us, teach us and inspire us to be better people. heroes week is one of the many topics that had you talking in this week's 9 listens. plus beer lovers rejoice. oktoberfest kick off all around the world. why one of the biggest festivals will be fenced off and highly guarded. plenty of shakeups in the state rankings this week. who will hang onto their spots, who will move.
the prep rally. first right back to that developing story out of new york. the mayor of new york says an explosion that hit a crowd in manhattan neighborhood that injured 29 people was an intentional act. they have not yet linked it to terrorism, though. right now police have increased security across new york as the investigation continues. the focus now turning to surveillance video captured outside. officials are hoping to speak with someone that they spotted in that video. >> witnesses say the explosion felt like a lightning bolt had just hit the building. images of some show people covered in shrapnel. we know at least one of the 29 people has been critically injured. police say hours after this explosion a second device was ?? discovered just a few blocks away. it did look like a pressure cooker with a cell phone and wires attached to it. this investigation continues as there are many questions about what happened, who set this intentionally here and also, you know, the victims too continuing to recover. >> yeah. let's check in with belen
>> i am fantastic. okay, i brought you something, jessica, okay? because i know some people are asking where's your orange? she is wearing orange. she has a fabulous skirt on, you can't see it. >> they are shaming me for it. >> no question where your alliance stands but just so you know folks will get off your back -- >> broncos girl. >> she is broncos right there. it's sunday in the mile high city and you know what? broncos country we are ready for a game this afternoon. and our forecast is going to be are transitioning into fall and our normal high for this time of year should be around 79 degrees but our highs today are going to be in the mid-80s. so around kickoff, 2:25, your temperature is going to be in the low 80s. but lots of sunshine out there, dress for summer, although this morning we are starting off kind of cool. we are going to warm up beautifully this afternoon. and that warm, dry, breezy weather will contribute to high fire danger in northern
gusts out there could get up to 40 miles per hour. the temperatures right now in the 60s and 50s, our friends in sterling 41, and in the high country some temperatures, mountain towns are waking up to temperatures in the 30s. don't worry, we are going to see that warmup. 70s for the mountains if you want to check out the leaves, then this afternoon here along i-25 highs will be in the mid to upper 80s. coming up we are going to take a look at the rest of your workweek forecast but our chances for rain is going to be slim today across colorado we are in thus, that's why we have that fire danger that will go into effect. i will take you through your workweek forecast coming up in a few. >> thank you so much. in world news, despite a cease-fire in syria, several united nations vehicles stranded at the turkey syria border in southern turkey today. they are desperately needed to bring aid and food to people in the region. the u.n. aid trucks have been
the border crossing for several days now. the syrian government hasn't provided the proper clearance for those trucks. the trucks need to get to aleppo which has been rocked by fighting in recent months. a cease-fire went into effect last month. even so fighting have erupted near damascus. the conflict displaced half the country's population since march of 2011. a cyclist was killed during a road race at the rio paralympics 48-year-old iranian man crashed on a mountainous stretch of the road cycling course. he suffered a cardiac arrest and died at the hospital. olympic officials are still reviewing that crash. at least eight people have been stabbed in a knife rampage at a mall in st. cloud, minnesota. and authorities now say the suspected attacker made references to allah. the suspect was shot and killed last night during the attack by an off-duty police officer at the crossroads center. police say the suspect entered the mall and began threatening
references to allah, officials say the man also asked one person if they were muslim before assaulting them. all the victims are expected to survive. 7:36 on your sunday. a man known to sports fans across denver made news this week as the man who makes his living by explaining sports. >> we heard from many you about heroes week. here's kim christiansen. >> listen to somebody else who has a voice and that can perhaps impact other individuals. >> reporter: he usually spends headquarters, although this week denver bronco brandon marshall went to denver police headquarters to meet with the police chief. marshall is talking to community leaders about social injustice. his concerns have led him to take a knee during the national anthem. as an old white guy, i appreciate what you're doing and how you're doing it. it is certainly possible and, in fact, patriotic to love and respect our country and at the same time point out where we
better. >> we were planning on spending the rest of our lives together, you know, and now all of our plans have changed. >> a man many of you have met at baseball or football games is missing from the stands. the beer man known as earth man has been diagnosed with a brain tumor. lots of messages on this story. i worked with this man for 10 years at mile high. it was an honor to be a fellow beer man alongside him. he always outsold me, lol. he is a ha loving and overall fantastic friend, husband and father. love you earthman. also love earthman, he always told kids, my son included, stay in school or you will end up like me. what a great guy. our prayers are with him. >> when you ask what does it mean to me, you start recognizing these names and you kind of know the families and the history behind them so -- >> our morning team celebrated heroes week bringing you stories about those who selflessly serve us.
international fallen firefighters memorial in colorado springs. cory's -- corey's late father was a firefighter, one message, my heroes are my family, both of my parents were firefighters. all of my dad's generation were firefighters. my mom's dad was a firefighter and they all have touched many lives. i am truly proud of the family i was born into. thanks for your comments and remember 9 listens. >> we do want to hear from you so you can 9news.com, call us or send us a message on facebook. so this may be the last weekend of summer but it's just the beginning of oktoberfest. so in germany one of the biggest festivals highly regarded and actually blocked off for the first time this year. >> the annual festival opened yesterday in munich. police in germany have tightened security for this year's oktoberfest over terrorism fears. the world's biggest beer festival is fenced off for the first time people having to go through security checks.
summer. some terrorism related. about 6 million visitors are expected to visit munich for the 17 day event. >> reminds me, ryan, you are going to brew a pumpkin beer. did you do that. >> we started. we kicked it off. >> how is it going so far? >> so far, so good. we have got a couple of weeks left. coming up in your forecast meteorologist belen de leon is going to tell us what we can expect on this fabulous sunday and when we can expect
friends out on the eastern plains had themselves some severe weather. you don't have to worry about that today. but, unfortunately, because of that dry weather we have high fire danger. so far since the beginning of the month we have had a little more than a quarter inch out at dia. when we should be closer to a bit more than half an inch so we are in the deficit and that's starting to, you know, show up in our drought monitor because we are abnormally dry in our northern mountains, also through the foothills down south into el paso county. our chances for rain today, zero. and the chances for rain for the next several days is going to stay very slim so today high fire danger and i wouldn't be surprised in the next few days we are also dealing with similar concerns. red flag warning will be in effect at 11:00 a.m. through 7:00 p.m. for northern foothills, areas around northern colorado, weld county, southern wyoming and even the panhandle of nebraska,
up to 40 miles per hour, humidity from 10 to 15%. now, our highs this afternoon mid to upper 80s, greeley 87, ray 89. we could hit the 90s in pueblo and lamar. in the mountains 70s and 60s in lamar, a high of 85 degrees. right now our temperatures are cool. i'm saying dress for summer this afternoon and i have a friend that just tweeted me and said, i don't feel like dressing for summer. well, that's because it's cool gh we will have 30s in the mountains, that's what we have right now, 50s in grand junction, down low temperatures are in the 50s for the metro area, greeley 46 and eastern plains 52 degrees. we've got the broncos game, also got the rockies game. they are going to be taking on the padres, first pitch at 2:10. the forecast will be warm out there if you're sitting there in the sunshine, it feels like 100 degrees. but it's actually going to be in the mid-80s. put on that sunscreen, drink
now, we are just counting down the days of fall because our weather is really transitioning. at least for the next few days a bit of 80s and then a cooldown arrives by the end of the week. today we are clear, maybe a few clouds in the foothills and that's about it. through this evening skies clear. tomorrow morning starting off sunny as you're starting off your workweek. tonight temperatures drop to 54 and take a look at your workweek. tomorrow the high of 88. tuesday we officially start fall, the high of 81, 70s by the end of the week, the high of 75 degrees. and i know, miss taylor temby, you are a fan of pumpkin spice so, girlfriend, towards the end of the week, i say we just get together, go get some lattes. >> do that, get our leggings on and our ugg boots. >> ryan, you can come with us too. we know you don't want to admit
taylor is talking about friday night lights, belen. >> a lot of great games. a lot of people know i can be partial to my school since i am a colorado native. the jags doing so well. number 2 in volleyball, boys soccer ranked number 3. but could a number 4 ponderosa spoil their party? the answer coming up for you
welcome to the 9news >> good morning, everyone. this friday we are looking forward to some epic games. number 1 pomona and number 6 valor will replay their 5a state championship game from last year and number 4 columbine will take on the top team in 4a. chatfield in the jeffco rivalry game. this week teams will focus on maintaining those rankings. the rebels would have to get through bear creek on thursday. first quarter columbine mixing
game. roll outside, go deep to buck ramming. great football name. that would set up their first touchdown of the game a few plays later. they will keep this one nice set to be outside, the former running back will take it to the end zone, 16 yards untouched. the rebels win 38-14. >> we got spirit. >> it's number 2 denver south and monarch the flatirons. second quarter tied at 14 but not for long. marcus lindsey, younger brother of c.u.'s phillip lindsey showing he has that family trait of speed. he breaks for tackles en route to the end zone. monarch would battle to keep it close. punched it in to make this an 11-point game but south had more momentum. in the final minutes, deju vu, lindsey goes straight up the middle, breaking tackle as he goes.
verizon hawks taking on mountain range. this game was close for a while. here the mistakes run a screen pass that is taken inside hawks territory. that set up a field goal to cut the deficit to 14-3. but then mountain range kicked off to isaac salazar and that immediately proved to be a mistake. right before halftime he takes this kick 87 yards for a touchdown. his score makes this 121-3 at the break -- makes this one 21- 3 at the break. he's going to burst up the middle for a long touchdown run in the third quarter. it's his third score of the night. verizon goes on to win this 41- 10. thomas jefferson taking on the alameda pirates. before half tj down 8-6. finds an open adrian chambers in the end zone for the go ahead score. in the second half pirates also
anthony lawson rolls left and tying the game at 14. from there, though it was all thomas jefferson. washington strikes again on the ground, running for a score in the fourth. thomas jefferson wins 29-14 and remains undefeated this season. 4a's number 4 ponderosa faced -- faced half right in a thriller. boots one out and it's in the back of the net. the jags take pond rogue was ready to call with their long shot of their own. launches one over the keeper to make the score 2-1 before half. so later on jags would go up by another goal. the jags connor kraemer goes 1- 1, gets around his defender and gets his team's fourth goal of the day. >> we were undefeated and this just keeps our momentum up and we lost to this team last year
today and we came out on top. >> we are always encouraging our viewers to send in video so we don't have to miss out on any great games. this week we have castle view volleyball parents to thank for making sure we could see the sabercats taking on number 1 ranked chatfield. pick this one up in the fourth. chargers with a 17-13 lead, freshman leanne lowery comes diving in to keep this series alive. beautiful kill. castle view would force a sixth a momentum sweep, down 10-7, check it, nicole langford fakes the set, sends it over to an unsuspecting castle view. the sabercats would rally again. match point now and sarah bartly -- sierra bartly will -- castleview takes down number one three sets to two. a match-up would have to
the goalie showed out here in the second half, kate bernie slaps a great shot on goal. the palmer ridge goalie swaps it away. this game was scoreless all the way until overtime when two consecutive long passes down field led to a breakaway from liz phillips of the bears. this time it's east goalie with a nice save. both goalies would get shutouts in the 0-0 tie and both teams remain undefeated on the season. a lot of undefeated teams right now in colorado academy they haven't lost a game in four years. >> four years? >> yes. >> goodness. >> great streak. i love hearing that. >> great rainbow too. >> thank you so much, taylor. we will be back with much more of 9news at 8:00. first get a recap of your top stories. >> an explosion rocked new york city, 29 people injured in a pressure cooker with wiring and a cell phone attached to it were found a few blocks away. he collapsed and died on the track, now his classmates are remembering the senior
welcome to "fix this," presented by free and easy way to find the best home pros. >> there is nothing like game day and if you are having friends over, even if you are not, you've got to stock up on quick and we like the word easy snacks. >> we have loads of recipes to share with you including one that is becky's family's favorite. >> this recipe is superflexible.
whatever you want or whatever you like. i am combining a garlic nut recipe i found with a little trick our -- 9news' own colleen ferrara was telling me about and in my opinion, it ended up nothing short of amazing. to make this galoreious, not healthy for you treat, a 16- ounce tube of butter milk biscuits, dried oregano, dried parsley flakes, salt, graded parmesan and a block mozzarella cheese. first up cut up your mozzarella. 10 biscuits come in one premade package so you will need to cut up at least 10 cubes of mozzarella. next open up your package of bis kit and flatten -- biscuit and flatten each out. don't have any holes in the dough. place a cube of mozzarella into the middle of your disk and then pinch the edges of the
mozzarella inside. as you work, place each piece of cheese filled dough onto a nonstick cookie sheet. now it's time to mix-up the toppings. melt a quarter cup or half a stick of butter. add three quarters of a teaspoon of garlic powder, half a flakes, half a teaspoon of dried oregano, a quarter teaspoon of salt and 2 tablespoons of grated parmesan cheese and mix it together well. i used a basting brush with this part because it makes it supereasy to put the mixture on the cheesy doughy goodness. speaking of, time to brush a thin layer of this mixture onto each dough ball.
400-degree oven for about eight to 10 minutes. you will be able to tell these cheesy pooches are finished -- poofs are finished when they turn golden brown. set them aside for a couple of minutes and then apply the rest of your garlic butter mixture. yum! of course we will have all the instructions for this recipe and more on our web page, just head on this. >> cheesy garlic poofs. >> i can't wait. >> delicious. >> bring some over to my house, huh? >> what are -- when are you inviting me over to your house? >> soon, ladies, soon. >> i have a couple more recipes for you to make so all season long we are going to feature a different recipe, sometimes a drink and they are going to be posted on 9news.com and 9news.com/fixthis so we have you set for the rest of the
other recipes we can see right away. >> nacho cheese. that's a big one. you know when you get in the can and it feels processed. we have an all natural recipe with six ingredients that is delicious. >> no! >> i am so excited. >> bring on football season. >> and broncos martini for the morning games. >> goodness. wow. can't wait for that, thanks so much. >> put all that information on 9news.com/fixthis and we want to say whoo! >> are you looking for help with your "fix this" project, home advisors project advisors are taking calls now to help you find the right pro to get
cooker with wiring and a cell phone attached found just a few blocks away. >> he collapsed and died on the track. now his classmates are remembering the senior cross country team captain. >> a pit stop in colorado springs. top of mind for him, jobs, taxes, and unity. >> ? what so proudly we hailed ? ? at the twilight's last glea friend belen de leon at last night's rapids game. >> let's take a live look at your drive this morning. looking a bit shaky. indicating there could be some wind in that part of the high country with cars heading to and from the mountains but it looks all clear this morning. first we want to recap some developing news. a bomb went off in new york
you can see that explosion happened. people take off running. the blast appears to have come from a construction toolbox. it's a busy area with many restaurants and a grocery store nearby. it appears only one of the injured suffered serious injuries. the rest have scrapes and bruises. new york city mayor bill de blasio doesn't believe there's any connection to terrorism but does believe it was intentional. >> there's no specific and credible threat against new york city at this point in time from intention here, new yorkers will not be intimidated. we are not going to let anyone change who we are or how we go about our lives. >> not too far away from this explosion, about four blocks away police found another device. investigators say that device appears to be a pressure cooker attached to wires and a cell phone. police were able to take it to a safe location. >> officials don't think the explosion in chelsea was related to this one in new jersey
garbage can on the route of a marine corps charity run. nobody was hurt. officials aren't sure if this attack is linked to terrorism yet. the fbi has taken over that investigation. 8:04 on your sunday morning. happy game day, folks. belen de leon here to take a look at our game day forecast. >> look at us all decked out in our blue and orange. >> we're coordinating right now. it's mile high sunday, broncos country ready for a game. temperaturay feel like summer though. highs are going to be in the mid 80s this afternoon. we're going to have plenty of sunshine. you need to put on that sunscreen here and here and everywhere. let's take a look at the forecast, shall we? red flag warning will be in effect this afternoon and this is because of that very warm weather. we saw how that high country camera was shaking because of those winds in the foothills. we've got winds, dry weather,
warning in effect for northern colorado, parts of wyoming and nebraska. sunny skies will get us through the day. you don't need to worry about ducking for many thunderstorms. temperatures this afternoon will top out in the mid 80s, closer from 3:00, 4:00, 5:00. it's beautiful right now. this looks unreal. look at the beautiful blue sky. that's our web cam. looking at nederland, colorado, you are stunning. right now the temperatures are already at 70 degrees in broomfie kind of a big spread in temperatures in lower elevations in the high country. mainly 30s and 40s. this afternoon your highs are going to be in the mid to upper 80s. 70s closer to the foothills. here's your game day forecast. dress for summer if you're headed out to sports authority field. >> going to be a hot one. >> beautiful day for a game. donald trump, he's heading to florida tomorrow after making an appearance in colorado
campaign's favorite topics. he hit on building a border wall and making mexico pay for it. he talked about creating jobs and preventing businesses from moving to other countries. ford motor company, for example, is opening a new plant in mexico. donald trump said that wouldn't happen if he were president and those jobs would remain in the u.s. trump didn't hit on any colorado specific topics but did mention the, quote, vast potential of energy reserves he would tap in to. a colorado springsro received this message of the candidate's desire for unity. >> we'll fight to bring us all together, united in common purpose and common dreams. imagine what our country could accomplish if we started working together as one people under one god saluting one american flag. >> of course no trump rally is complete without attacking hillary clinton, insisting she made the situation in the middle
doesn't want to reveal his plan to the enemy. he said, quote, i will give you don't results. don't worry how i get there. a recent poll from emerson college shows voters are now favoring donald trump by at least 4% over hillary clinton. she was at the congressional black caucus gala in washington, d.c. yesterday. clinton continues to win over black voters and an expert thinks that's significant because the black vote could be the thing that tips the 2016 election. in clinton's ect praised president obama and urged african american voters to fight for his legacy and argued her case of why she'd make a better president than her opponent. >> comes down to who will fight for the forgotten, who will invest in our children, and who will really have your back in the white house. we need ideas, not insults. real plans to help struggling americans in communities that have been left out and left
president obama at that event as well. he told the crowd if african americans don't vote, he would take it personally, saying his name may not be on the ballot this year but the issues are still very important to the black community. this morning we're learning more about a deadly crash that killed two teachers and injured their child in loveland. >> good morning. this morning we have learned much more about the couple who died in they were parents of a toddler and both were teachers. genevieve sommervold taught science at fort collins high school. they were headed south on u.s. 34 friday night when their vehicle went off the road. officers say for some reason their car veered off the right side of the road. the driver overcorrected. and that caused the vehicle to roll almost two full times before it came to a rest on its
their young daughter was in a car seat and survived. porter valley school says they've notified staff at fort collins high school and sent an e-mail to families. they'll also have counselors and mental health staff at the school tomorrow to support students and staff who need it. brandon ries just started his senior year at the peak to peak charter school. the co-captain of the cross country team collapsed his fellow students and teammates are now mourning the death of the 18-year-old. it announced it on the facebook page. they will have counselors at the school tomorrow. a 16-year-old girl in thornton beat cancer only to die in a senseless shooting. her friends and family have identified her to 9news as haley vargas. there was a house party there.
and energetic girl with a promising future. >> just one of those kind of people who were just like always happy and smiling all the time no matter what. no one deserves it. but out of everybody, why did it have to be her? >> someone who was leaving this party fired shots and then drove off. police describe the suspect as a hispanic man in his late teens or early 20s, about 5'6" with dark hair. nose ring and glasses too. also possible he left in a red sedan. if you know anything you're asked to call denver crime stoppers. this weekend thousands took at city park in denver. association held its annual walk to end the disease yesterday morning. funds raised go toward research, counseling, and a 24-hour help line in colorado. a lot of broncos fans and family members of pat bowlen were out there to support the team
walked with caretakers and friends who provide crucial support to people with the disease. nice to see all the pat bowlen supporters out there this time around. 8:11 on your sunday. speaking of broncos, happy game day to you. fans looking forward to the game against the colts with a little hesitation though. indy is the team that always seems to give the broncos a little trouble. >> colts have beat the broncos in three of their last four at home. going to have to prove why they're the best in the league. von miller reminded us this week that he's never sacked andrew luck. time to change that today, von. get after him. this will be the first time since peyton manning was drafted in '98 that he won't be apart of a broncos-colts match-up. kick-off around 2:30 local time. >> certainly interesting. and by the way, since i've been getting comments on this, this is not colts blue, it's broncos
? and the rocket's red glare ? ? the bombs bursting i air ? >> breathtaking. i was there to see it. gave me chills. meteorologist belen de leon took the day off -- well, she didn't take the day off. she worked in the morning then showed off some of her other talents at the rapids game last night. her game forecast was perfect too. the rapids played the san jose
it was a big win to hear belen sing the national anthem. >> just amazing last night. we loved it. >> thank you so much. it was a true honor they invited me for hispanic heritage month. it was great to be out there and represent the station and also my culture. let's take a look at some of our awesome web cameras. blue skies right now up in northern colorado. garden of the gods l beautiful. if you have family in town, that's always a place you should take them so they can visit. wolf creek pass, dry roads. that's going to be changing in the next few months if we get that snow, makes its way in to the mountains. beautiful out by the san juans. spring boat springs look stunning as well. we have some of those trees that have already started to change with the sleeping giant in the distance. just beautiful in colorado this morning. our headlines for today, it's
warmer than yesterday. remember how nice yesterday was? today your highs are going to be in the mid 80s for the last weekend of summer. summer just wants to hold on. it will be a little breezy. we'll stay free from any storms so you don't have to duck from any showers or thunderstorms but a combination of the weather is increasing fire danger across colorado and a red flag warning will be in effect for northern colorado. southern wyoming, and the panhandle of nebraska. this afternoon, mid to upper 80s in lower elevations. 90s to the south in pueblo and lamar, in the 60s. western slope, 85 degrees. temperatures right now in the 50s out west. 30s still in some mountain spots. 40s in leadville. 60s around the metro area. 50s in northern colorado. it's going to be really dry. we're going to be hard pressed to see any clouds form. those that do will be closer to the divide. through this afternoon our skies are clear for those of you headed to the broncos game, temperatures at kick-off are going to be in the low 80s so dress for summer.
welcome back, everyone. 8:19. which means it's time for proctor's garden. you heard belen say it's going to be nice outdoors. there's still stuff to plant. >> a fragrant proctor's garden. it smells really good in here. >> let's start on the sides. i brought in some shrubs because it's a perfect time to do trees and shrubs. you wouldn't think that. you'd think spring is better. actually, fall is better. the soil is still warm and they can get their roots established
what is this? >> it's a brandywine, partial shade. gorgeous thing. you can see it's going to get gorgeous red leaves as the fall progresses. if you want to do a rose, however, this is my favorite shrubs. if you want to do a rose, however, they have really wimpy root systems and you need to plant them like right now. all the trees and shrubs, anything you plant in the ground, make sure you make a te a big heavy mote. make this mote so the root balls say moist and then you may have to winter water as well. depends on conditions. >> that's the crucial step. >> we're planting for spring in terms of roses? >> the season isn't over. we're just starting a new one. in the meantime imagine your front porch or your patio, imagine this gorgeous pair of mums on either side of your front door. make sure you buy them about in
of buds rather than waiting for them to be completely open. that way you'll have a much longer season. >> looks about 50/50 right now. >> exactly. don't forget you can add things like petunias. this, which are smelling. >> what is this again? >> stock. >> what is this one over here? >> this is an ornamental pepper. they're just starting to develop on this foliage. and y ornamental kale, which is and theoretically you could eat it but when you pay a couple bucks for it, just go buy it at the store. it develops pinker and more gorgeous. all these plants will go, except for the peppers, can go uncovered up to 30 degrees or so. then you may have to cover them. we can go through thanksgiving with these. >> it gives us a good idea of
from colorado's sports leader, here's aaron matas. >> good morning. history at coors field. sometimes getting a pitcher an early advantage can lead to a pretty special outcome. rocks hit two including this shot off the bat of nolan arenado. his 38th leads the national league. john gray went to work. finished with 16 in the game which sets a new rockies single game record, complete game shut-out for the rookie. the rocks won it 8-0. what a performance from the big righty. >> i just wanted to get back to being the best version of myself.
after guys. >> sefo liufau started hot. an ankle injury prevented him from finishing the game. he could only watch as the fourth ranked wolverines pulled away from the buffs. the sack and strip. 14-0, colorado in the 1st. the punting game was not good for cu. might be why the game got alex kinney blocked. watch this kinney punt. a line drive directly in to his own player. that gave michigan terrific field position and they would score a couple plays later. liufau trying to play through the injured ankle. gave cu the lead again. he ended up in the locker room. his day was done. all wolverines from that point. another disaster on special teams. peppers takes this punt back 56
fall to 2-1. we'll never know how 18-year-old colin hill felt about his first collegiate start because colorado state doesn't allow freshmen to speak to the media so the quarterback was silenced after making a ton of noise on the field yesterday. hill, the rams' third starting quarterback in three games but unlike the last two he will not be replaced. he through his first touchdown pass to elroy masters, jr. a few the fans with his scrambling ability. took off and ran with a 51-yard touchdown then made the score 14-0. he ran for the one. he threw for four more. this one, the bear creek graduate. 315 yards passing and five total touchdowns. the rams won 47-21. broncos and colts sunday afternoon in denver. it is game day. indianapolis coming off a loss
that's because andrew luck and company have gotten the better of the broncos. 3-1 lifetime against denver. he was phenomenal a week ago despite the loss throwing for 385 yards and four touchdowns. >> i think they're just a good team and match up against us as well. thefd they're always close games. always comes right down to the end. shows you we're out there battling. andrew luck is a good player. he's got good players around him. 's we've got to control him and we'll be fine. >> game day live coming up at 9:00. young avs prospects are trying to make an early impression on their new head coach. a rookie camp involves a couple scrimmages this weekend. avs taking on san jose. 21-year-old defender played 31 games for the avs last year. he scored the 1st period to make it 1-0. 2nd period, last year's top pick feeds to last year's second round pick.
welcome back. we're tracking developments out of new york city right now. police have increased security across the city as the investigation in to a bomb that exploded continues. 29 people were injured. currently governor cuomo is addressing the media. he said hes hold them responsible, period, he added. they're looking at a lot of surveillance video, several surveillance videos across the area where this happened in manhattan. officials are hoping to speak with someone they spotted in this video out of a manhattan gym. lots of businesses affected and impacted by this. 29 people injured. >> one question that came up during the press conference was whether or not this could be
reported in jersey saturday and the governor saying they were very different types of bombs and that at this point they don't think they're related. witnesses say the explosion felt like a lightning bolt had hit the building. shrapnel covering some folks. we know at least one person has been critically injured. police say hours after the explosion a second device was discovered a few blocks away. it looked like a pressure cooker with a cell phone and a plastic bag attached. certainly a lot to investigate >> we'll keep you updated throughout the day certainly on 9news.com and our later newscasts. first let's check in with belen de leon because we're supposed to have a great day in store. >> supposedly. >> belen is saying this thing about nice weather. i don't know. >> game day in the mile high. we're sporting our orange and blue. we're so excited because the temperatures for this afternoon are going to be nice. they're going to be in the 80s. it's going to be nice if you're sitting in the stands.
let's take a look at this picture sent in by larry pierce. all the fall colors and steamboat springs looks beautiful, doesn't it? it's that time of year. today it's going to feel like summer. we're going to stay really dry all across the state but unfortunately this will be adding to the fire danger across colorado. hey, bob proctor, how you doing? we just saw the back of your head back there. it's okay. i'm in your segment so you can be in mine too. [ laughter ] le ski area. it's beautiful up there right now. just a few clouds over the mountains. and the temperatures this afternoon in the high country are going to be in the 70s and 60s. western slope, 85. lower elevations temperatures will be in the mid to upper 80s. going to be toastier to the south and southeast. 90s for pueblo and lamar. right now we're in the 60s and in the 50s. 50 for fort collins. 55 for ray. in the mountain communities
40s. our friends on the western slope are already pretty mild for this time of day. 52 degrees. western half of the country is going to stay dry. no threat for any thunderstorms and certainly not any severe weather. it's the eastern half of the country that could see showers and thunderstorms. that dry weather contributing to some high fire danger. you'll see most of the high country is shaded in this yellow color. but it's only northern colorado that will be under a red flag warning. that starts at 11 a.m., lasts through 7 p.m. the gusts in color could get up to 40 miles per hour. i'm going to take you through the futurecast. we might have a few showers develop over the hills. 1:30, we're dry across the state. tonight, skies are mostly clear. tomorrow morning we're waking up to sunshine. winds during the day could be gusty at times. same goes for the mountains and in the foothills. this afternoon i don't think those winds are going to be an issue for the game. you'll have to dress for summer if you're headed in that
temperatures at 83 degrees. tonight temperatures will drop to 54. skies will be clear and tomorrow a high of 88 degrees so that summer weather is going to hold on just a little bit more and then by the end of the week we'll have the official start of fall and a cool-down to usher it in. >> thank you so much. a possible mistake is threatening the already u.s. and russian brokered cease fire on been killed by air strikes and the u.s. military says it may have unintentionally done it while conducting air strikes against isis. the syrian military says the air strike hit a base in an eastern city surrounded by the islamic state. officials claim four u.s. strikes. u.s. officials have not confirmed any of those claims but they say strikes were immediately stopped when they learned military members may have been hit.
paralympics this weekend. 48-year-old iranian man crashed on a stretch of the cycling course. he suffered a cardiac arrest and died at the hospital. olympic officials are still reviewing this crash. at least eight people have been stabbed in a knife rampage at a mall in st. cloud, minnesota. the suspected attacker made references to allah. the suspect was shot and killed last night during the attack by an off duty police officer at crossroads center. the suspect began threatening people in addition to making references to allah, officials say the officials also say the man asked one if he was muslim. the vietnam memorial is in colorado for one more day. it's slightly smaller than the original in dc. organizations worked together for two years to bring this wall
welcome to the 9news prep rally. >> good morning, everyone. this friday we're looking forward to some epic games. number one pomona and number six valor will replay their 5a state championship game from last year. number 4 columbine will take on the the top team. the teams were focused on maintaining the rankings. the rebels would have to get through bear creek first. great stud for that one. columbine mixing it up from their typical run game. deep to ramming. that would set up their first touchdown of the game a few plays later. the rebels controlled this game start to finish. nice cut to the outside. the former runningback will take it to the end zone, 16 yards
monarch playing underneath the flatirons. 2nd quarter, tied at 14, but not for long. marcus lindsey, younger brother of cu's phillip lindsey showing he has the family trait of speed. he'll break four tackles in route to the end zone. rebels regain the lead. monarch would battle to keep it close. in the fourth, waldman makes it an 11-point game. in the final minutes, it's deja vu. lindsey go straight up he goes. they take it 41-23. the tailback taking on mountain range. this game close for a while. the mustangs run a screen pass. that would set up a field goal to cut the deficit to 14-3. then mountain range decides it's going to kick off to isaac salazar and that immediately proved to be a mistake.
this kick 87 yards for a touchdown. the score makes this one 21-3 at the break. earlier we showed you verkler. here we're going to show him again at the end. he'll burst up the middle for a long touchdown run in the 3rd quarter. it's his third score on the night. horizon goes on to win it 41-10. 4a's number 4 ponderosa faced canyon this week in a high scoring thriller. lyle boone the net. ponderosa was ready to call with a long shot of their own. parker klein launches one over the keeper to make the score 2-1 before half. later on jags up by one late in the game. conner kramer goes one-on-one, pulls around his defender, gets the shot off for his team's fourth goal. canyon wins 4-2 and improves to 6-0 on the season. we're always encouraging our viewers to send in videos so we don't have to miss out on any great games.
volleyball parent to thank. castle view would rally down two sets to one. we'll pick this one up in the fourth. chargers with the 17-13 lead. lowry comes diving in to keep the series alive. that sets up the beautiful tail by hirscher. castle view would force a fifth set. the momentum swing meant chatfield would be on its heels. 10-7. langford banks the set, sends it over view. the saber cats would rally again. they come back and make it complete. they win this one 3 sets to 2. go to 9news.com/hss. as always, we just really encourage people to end us their stuff because they see great things that we miss out on every week. >> no doubt about it. it's sunday which means football and balance of power. vice president joe biden stopped
welcome back. a look at mile high and what a day it is. are you ready for some broncos football? andrew luck and the colts in town hopefully for a beat-down from the broncos. >> with those colts you just never know but we're hoping for a win today. 9news political reporter brandon rittiman sat down with vice president joe biden during his trip to the university of denver this week. during the one-on-one, biden talked including of course donald trump. >> here's brandon rittiman in this week's balance of power. >> mr. vice president, thank you so much for your time. we appreciate it. you talked in your speech here about those who would exacerbate people's fear for their own political gain. to me it sounds like you're talking about donald trump. are you? >> it's not just donald trump. there's a sense that the only way you can move the electorate
of them, appeal not to their better angels. i don't think that strategy works. we'll soon find out. but it's been put in to effect fairly well. >> you don't think it will work in november. it's obviously worked to some degree. >> yeah, but look. my grand pop used to have an expression. he used to say joey, people don't really make up their mind until after the world series. i'm not sure it's that late but if you notice, retrospect, voters have made up their mind later and later. i don't think the voters have really, really focused yet. they're beginning to but i don't think they have yet. >> the donald trump campaign put out a statement which seemed to acknowledge that the president was in fact born in the united states of america. >> all right. >> yeah, here we are, two months
>> oh, god. how can you comment on some of the things donald trump says? i've kind of given up. i don't have any comment on it. >> trump himself didn't say it. i could read you the statement if you'd like. the campaign says in 2011 trump was able to bring this ugly incident to its conclusion by successfully compelling president obama to release his birth certificate. the president and the country by bringing closure to the issue hillary clinton and her team first raised. we can talk about fact checking of that statement. >> he's a great patriot for doing that. he deserves a lot of credit. come on. [ laughter ] i've given up trying to comment on some of the bizarre things
we'll see what happens. >> i was going to save this toward the end of the interview but if i had to make you describe this presidential race in five words or less? >> competence and incompetence. we've got a competent candidate. they've got an incompetent candidate. >> also making news today, hillary clinton said he wouldn't commit to keeping merrick garland as her appointment to the supreme court if the senate doesn't act on that beforehand. how do you t would it be better if hillary clinton got to go back to the drawing board and pick perhaps a more liberal appointee? >> i happen to think -- i know merrick garland very well. used to be the chairman of the judiciary committee. i think he's a first rate nominee. i think when the nation is divided and the court is divided the president should be cognizant of that division and appoint someone who everyone
governor john hickenlooper here in colorado. on the subject of obama care, he said obviously things are not working the way they are. obviously it's not working the way it is. this is a signature obviously of the obama administration. what is the future of it hold? >> i think the future is very, very good. we've said from the beginning we are ready with the congress to make it better but the republicans haven't been serious could make in obama care but obama care is going to survive. healthcare is here to stay. >> despite some of the headlines of carriers dropping out? >> despite some of the headlines of carriers dropping out. on balance we've cut the rate of uninsured significantly. healthcare costs have had the slowest increase in history. and one of the reasons we wrote
of deficits was healthcare costs to the federal government. so does it need to be fine tuned? yes, the president thinks that too. >> the vice president, being described as a bucket of warm spit. i've always wanted to ask the vice president, is there a kernel of truth to that old adsnj ad -- adage? >> there's no power in the vice vice presidency other than to decide. it depends how much authority and everyone knows he bestows on him. i've had a great partnership with the president where he's given me major assignments. democrat or republican, whoever the next president is, there's so much the president has to deal with. there's a need to have someone who can take a significant portion of that responsibility
agreement i had with the president in the beginning, said do you have any conditions? i said just one. i can be the last guy in the room. so i can give my advice. just president. you choose. whatever you decide is what we do. but he has been incredibly inclusive. it's been a great honor to work with him. and it's exceeded my expectations by a long shot. >> vice president joe biden. thanks so much for your time. we really appreciate it. >> thank you. >> brandon, thank you for that. >> much more on 9news.com as well. 8:52 now. they're super bowl champions and they have to play like it to win today. >> the colts know a thing or two about beating the broncos. we'll talk about it in game day
a quick news update on one of our top stories. that mall stabbing in minnesota in st. cloud, islamic state media is now claiming responsibility, saying the islamic state is claiming responsibility for the attack, saying the attacker was a, quote, soldier of the islamic state. police say the suspect entered the mall in st. cloud, minnesota, began threatening people, making references to allah. he was asking people if they were muslim before attacking them. he was shot and killed by an off duty police officer.
stabbed. they are expected to survive. let's get to the good stuff in our state. andrew luck and the colts are in town looking to improve their record against the broncos. they're pretty good at mile high, too, winning three of their last four there. kick-off at 2:30. >> our game day live cohosts aaron matas and mike klis are here with the preview. how do you think the super bowl champs are going to play against the colts today? >> i guess recent history would lead me to believe not so well. colts have kind of had their number. >> i think the one thing you've got now history is you have wade phillips coaching this defense with demarcus ware and von miller on the edge going after andrew luck at the mile high city. so i think all those things combined is maybe one thing that hasn't been part of this city. wade phillips has dialed up the items rush against the quarterbacks. that's been big. but i think the key to this game today is the offense has to
simian and this offense that's not built to do that but the colts are so decimated on defense with injuries and terrible against detroit lions. andrew luck is a tough match-up problem with those fast receivers for the denver defense. i think it's incumbent on the offense to pick up the slack today. >> you're saying andrew luck is going to get his points. >> i think andrew luck will get his points. ty hilton is a tough both aqib talib and chris harris. dorsett is a really good receiver. andrew luck is tough for ware and miller to bring down. von miller says he's never brought down andrew luck. ware has brought him down two and a half times. he is one of the quarterbacks that tends to be a tough match-up for the denver defense. on offense, trevor simian and the guys and c.j.
a 31 to 34 type of game. >> 21 points last week for the offense. so they've got to be better. >> a lot better. maybe they do open it up a little bit more but this defense of the colts is not near as good as the defense of the carolina panthers. >> yeah. absolutely. they've got an opportunity to improve for sure. broncos and colts are a 2:25 kick-off this afternoon. we'll have much, much more coming up on game day live in just a few minutes. >> should be a final forecast. hey, belen. >> it's going to be toasty in those stands. temperatures will be in the 80s around kick-off. also remember we have high fire danger across colorado. red flag warning in effect for northern colorado that goes in to effect at 11 a.m. oh, and summer just does not want to go away but eventually our temperatures will cool down toward the end of the week. >> have a great sunday.
if you're looking for neat press, we're airing right now on channel 20. their symbol is a horseshoe, and their quarterback is named luck? >> yeah, i mean, it's tough. >> they match-up against us well. >> we don't have to look any further than the last two times we've played them. >> we're going to do what had we do. we're going to play bronco