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. the girl said gun, so i turn around and hear a shot. it sounded like a clap. >> five people are dead and a gunman on the run after a shooting at a mall in washington state. >> we are looking at new that sparked violent protest this week in charlotte, but protestors want different video released. >> take a look at that, a police officer pepper spraying a young girl. there's controversy surrounding that. we will take a look into that case more later this morning. >> plus it's a beautiy pageant,
>> i-70 in vale looking snowy. becky breaks down your forecast. breaking news this morning. crews are working on a wildfire in evergreen. evergreen fire says a worker actually called the fire in just after 1:30 this morning. >> so when crews got to the scene, there were strong winds fueling these flames. it grew to about two to four acres and no homes are threat fend. no this fair is 75% contained. we're expecting cooler temperatures and expecting the winds to die down. > headline that has become all to familiar in the country, a shooting in a public place. this time it was a mall in washington state where a gunman shot and killed five people and then took off. four women were killed, and we just learned early this morning that a man died as well. police have not said how many more people were injured. it happened at a mall about 65 miles north of seattle.
somewhere this morning, last seen walking away from the mall with a rifle and it's left another community shaken. >> i seen two young girls and an older man run outside and i was kind of curious on why they just ran, and the girl said gun. after that, bang bang bang, and i heard -- i heard like about seven or eight shots, and at that point i dropped what i had in my hand and started running. th make up department of that macy's store. investigators have no clue about motive. they need to find the shooter first. switch gears a little bit. if you are going up to the high country, you better grab your boots and coat. fall is here. snow piled up on highway 550 and stranded drivers for a bit. >> becky ditchfield here now. it's already here, snow. >> i know, september. you know, ski country loves this. >> i know.
actually, right? >> we have, and we're going to see it wind down as we head into later this morning and into this afternoon. we still have winter weather advisories covering parts of our northern mountains. this is the front range, this is fort collins. right now we've got partly cloudy skies and calmer winds. the winds died down last night, so good news that the winds are calming down, but boy, it sure is going to feel like fall today. out to our west snow moving into parts of our central mountains here along and east of i-25. we're not expecting to get that. we'll have a chance for light rain showers out to the west over the foothills today. temperatures at 47 near downtown denver. div dropped to 38. 41 for fort collins and upper 30s through the foothills. through the remainder of your morning we'll be in the 50s and
middle 60s today. race for the cure tomorrow. we've got a good-looking forecast for that, a dry but cool sunday, and 80s return before you know it. we'll have details coming up. calm here but heavy downpours, twisters touching down in streets that look like rivers, parts of the country getting slammed with severe weather. it's so bad in iowa, the national guard has been activated. in utah, at least two tornadoes left a path of destruction. >> good in system across the country. across the united states, weather systems were so powerful, rain, heavy wind gusts sweeping sideways. in utah, storm clouds caught on camera. a small twister damaged homes, one knocked off its foundation, its roof split in half. in the midwest, parts of wisconsin and iowa saw more than a half a foot of rain in 48 hours.
rivers were overflowing into towns across those states. a dock with a boat swept over a dam. the damaging flood waters killed at least two men in wisconsin. in minneapolis, body cams on police officers captured a daring night time rescue of a man being swept away. and this morning, people in eastern evacuated from their homes, they're facing flood water situations there as well. in the information center, vida urbonas. flooding has forced areas like buffalo to close streets. can you see those ducks and geese were actually set free from a zoo. officials there say the flooding was so bad, these guys were released fotheir own
he has a tbi. he's not going to do anything to you guys. he just took his medicine. keith, keith, don't you do it!. >> this is the video released so far of the moments leading up to keith scott's death in charlotte, north carolina. it was shot by his wife to is now asking the police department to release their video in the name of transparency. in that video, you heard scott's wife shouting that he doesn't have a gun and that he's suffering a medical condition, however, you also hear officers repeatedly before officers fired four shots. this has sparked peaceful but powerful protests in charlotte for a fourth night. investigators still have not released the body cam video of the shooting, and now say it's up to the state bureau of investigation to do so. hundreds of demonstrators marched through downtown
a rally. the naacp and community leaders are now asking for lawmakers to establish an independent body to investigate every officer- involved shooting with an independent prosecutor. the protests have been peaceful for the most part. a silents protest is scheduled for today. now to a bizarre story out of maryland. an attorney for a 15-year-old girl there says a police officer overreacted when he pepper sprayed her. the girl crashed her a car. this video shows the officer trying to talk to the girl. she walks away, and then the officer grabs her and tries to arrest her. he puts her in the car and she refuses to put her feet inside. that's when the officer pepper sprays the girl. now, the officer is still on active duty. this morning we're getting a look at new images that could help solve a deadly hit and run. a driver hit jason holden on
bike. then that driver ended up taking off. investigators want to talk to whoever is in the suv. they are considered possible witnesses to that crash. it has a roof rack or ski rack and was in the area around the time of the incident. state troops believe a white sedan or small suv hit holden while trying to pass him. he lost control, tumbled into westbound traffic while he was hit by a truck and died. if you have information, you're ke state patrol. they're called virtual kidnappings. someone calls you to say someone has been taken hostage. a woman in aurora says she was the victim of one of these scams recently. mary lou hendricks went to her car, started to go to the bank,
different from the scams that we have been warned about before. >> and if i don't follow his instructions, they'll never find my son. they've got cody and they're gonna hurt him if i don't do what they tell me. >> so after the initial shock of the call, she called her son, cody, who was safe at home. looking back, hendricks says there were clearly signs this was a scam. she said the caller went to great lengths to keep her on the phone so sh contact anybody else. in fact, hendricks said the caller didn't know anything about her son. we have much more information about this on 9news.com. investigators want to know how five inmates got their hands on crack cocaine. they were all sent to the hospital because it appears they overdosed on the drug. medicsthe sheriff's department said this is a rare occurrence.
are conducted randomly. search teams have not been able to find a climber. david cook was planning to climb the pyramid peak on monday. a receipt was found indicating that he arrived at the maroon bells on monday. a search team went out to look for him on friday, of poor visibility, they weren't able to find him. police got a call about a suspicious vehicle in a local farmer's field. that's when they discovered a man dead. his death is being investigated as a homicide. hillary clinton and donald trump have had opposite strategies this past week. trump spent most of his time on the campaign trail.
expected to spend on advertising from now until election day. a senior communications adviser predicts $100 million will go to tv air time. overall, in terms of finances, frustration is growing within his campaign, because money still doesn't match his rivals. there's a gap estimated around $200 million compared to clinton's campaign. donald trump and hillary clinton are gearing up for their first presidential debate on monday. a recent poll shows more voters trust hillary clinton over donald trump when it comes to many issues. american voters say they also trust clinton more than trump on fixing problems with health care. and 40% believe the former
negotiations with russia better. it's that time of year when a lot of parents are thinking of sending their kids off to college, but you might have some questions about financial aid, how to apply, the deadlines, stuff like that. >> i was talking to some friends about how difficult the fasfa process is, so the association of college admissions is here to answer any of your college questions. it can cover aid, what colleges, anything. all you need to do is call thpe you until 9:00 this morning. so the leaves are changing and the air is getting a little crisp. >> becky ditchfield will be along to show us just how low the temperature is expected to get. grab a cup of coffee and then
. 7:15 now on your saturday morning. becky ditchfield is along to tell us just how cold is it going to get, becky? >> cold enough that you have to wear your jacket. >> and i almost didn't bring this today, i thought oh, i can handle it, it's only a couple minutes outside. i'm glad i have my jacket out here this morning. we're only in the 40s. we'rin middle to upper 60s today. plenty of sunshine in and around the denver metro area. out at dia it's just 38 degrees. 41 up around greeley. fort collins is at 44. alamosa, 28. down in those parts of southern colorado, we have a freeze warning that's in effect until 9:00 a.m., so not for too much longer, but you can already see those cold temperatures
out to our west we continue to see rain and snowfall, although no snow reports yet here across colorado. those have been coming in through southern and southeast wyoming, believe it or not, where we saw snowfall late last night, early this morning, however you want to put it. it was just after 2:00 in the morning where areas around laramie saw 2-4 inches of snowfall. our northern mountains continues under winter he advisories. these go until 11:00 this morning, mainly locations above 9,000 feet. those areas will see 2-6 inches of snowfall, light accumulation. certainly you're going to see snow flakes all the way down to 7500 feet, a lot of that melting as it hits the ground. the cold front that brought in this big change is now east of colorado. we're on the back side of this system. we'll continue to see showers continue over our northern and central mountains through this afternoon, and then it clears tonight. high pressure settles in tomorrow.
completely but it's also going to help to keep some of that cooler air around. we do have rain and snow anticipated through our northern and central mountains, and even through our foothills through about 6:00 tonight and then a few clouds in and around the denver metro area. we're not expecting any kind of rain here, overall just a mild day. 68 degrees our high. 68 for greeley. warm spot will be the eastern plains 50s. denver, like i said, 68. partly cloudy and cooler today. winds will be out of the north at 5-15 miles per hour. tonight we drop to 41. we will be mostly cloudy. it's going to be a chilly evening, and then you're going to wake up tomorrow to some cool temperatures, but beautiful weather for race for the cure. 46 degrees at 8:00, 51 at 9:00, and 55 by 10:00 a.m. for the ceremony with mostly sunny skies.
sunday afternoon and we'll continue that climb, even though we do have a very cool weekend, relatively speaking, we're back into the 80s before you know it. those will return by tuesday and wednesday of next week, so i'd say a little something for everybody. >> it looks li a stairway to warmth right there. >> right. >> it looks good. >> i like it, becky. thanks. the race for the cure kicks off tomorrow. it's all to raise awareness about breast cancer. the race here used to the biggest. since 2008 participation has dropped about 76%. you can also register on race day starting at 6:00 a.m. the 5k race starts at 8:00. speaking of race for the cure, we have proctors garden coming in next. brandon is here and he's going to teach us how to make our fall displays a little more
the fact -- you know it's getting cooler, so we're talking about what we can plant. >> it's cooling off and people are wanting to decorate for fall but they also want to show their support for breast cancer awareness month which is in october. so there's a way that you incorporate pink into your fall decor. just shift your thinking into a more jewel tone, which is likes pinks and purples. >> this looks like something i had >> that's kale but it's ornamental. >> you would thing throwing pink into an orange mix is random, so it's about shifting it. >> right. you can put these outside, and unless we get a freeze, you won't have to cover them. we've got the kale, delicious, right?
stalk and more snap dragons. >> it may be chilly out but it's going to be dry, so you can do gardening. >> i'm guessing they don't grow these naturally like this. >> they don't and it's not gmo, it's actually just spray painted. it's spray painted. it's a white pumpkin. >> is that because it's easier to cover. >> that makes sense. >> you can spray paint things, add a pop of color here and there, but i wouldn't have thought to spray paint an entire pumpkin before. >> people say why, i say why not. >> can you carve a jack o o'lantern.
. good morning. talk about tough back-to-back road games. at michigan and at >> they've been one of the powers in our league, and they've got a lot of great players there and they still do. they've got plenty of speed and they're a good football team so it's going to be an extremely tough contest for us but it's always fun starting your pac 12 games. >> csu was great last week, and
nowhere near minnesota's level. >> they're a good football team and it's going to be a big challenge for us. >> wyoming got a jump start on everyone. the cowboys led most of the game, just not when it mattered most, at the end of the game. wyoming loses 27-24. >> on to baseball now, the rockies/dodgers game overshadowed by the fest a wonderful pre-game ceremony as he was honored the greatest voice in baseball. the 88-year-old has been the voice of the dodgers for 67 years. and his team got off to a good start. led 2-0 after 1. would that lead last? there you see your final score. same two teams will play today. >> to hockey.
coach officially filling in for patrick. yesterday, day one of avalanche training camp. >> there's a certain level of excitement that comes with every training camp because everyone is starting fresh, and especially with a new coach. it's no different for me. it's exciting to get to know some new players and now i've met with all of them and talked with them and have been working on our game plan for the last few weeks. now it's time to t ice. this is the fun part. >> and we saved our best story for our last story. the 9news sports department just grew by one, a baby boy. wife and new son are doing great.
. another cease fire unravels in syria. bombs trap children under rubble. >> he was delivering mail when the ground gave way and his truck took a 30-foot fall. the role weather played in an accidents that seriously injured a postal worker. >> why families and victims of the september 11th attacks are outraged by the president and the >> plus, how far people are willing to go for a selfie. >> and a rematch of last year's game, but would it be the same outcome? taylor has the outcome in the prep rally. 7:31 on saturday morning. >> it is officially fall and there is already snow falling in the high country. you can see the snow covering the higher elevation. this is video shot yesterday. >> more of the same at ski
down. >> let's check in with becky ditchfield to see how much snow we can expect. it sounds like it's going to be a mix of cold and who knows. >> it is definitely cooler today. yesterday we had 88 degrees, two degrees shy of the record set back in 1905, i think. >> i remember that. it was great. >> you were around for that day? >> it was wonderful. for september it seemed warm. >> now we temperatures much, much cooler, about 20-degree temp drop behind a cool fronts that moved through earlier this morning. high clouds sitting right over the city. we're at 46 degrees. we're only going to warm up into the middle and upper 60s. we've got snow showing up on the radar screen in our mountains and it is continuing to push east. it might develop into an isolated shower over the foothills, but here' too dry
east. div is at a chilly 38. 40 in greelley, 43 in fort collins. we're going to climb into the 50s by 8:00 and 9:00 this morning, and then we'll hit the 60s by 11:00 a.m. today and tomorrow looking fairly cool, but if you like that 80-degree weather, it's coming back quickly. we'll have that and your race for the cure forecast coming up. >> sounds good. thank you very much becky. denver robbing a bank in northeast denver. police say those two men held up the u.s. bank on colorado boulevard yesterday before noon. one man who had a medical issue was taken out of the bank on a stretcher. investigators are trying to figure out why a loaded truck rolled over on i-25 shutting down the interstate. the driver was seriously hurt
denver. back ups extended beyond monument hill. world news this morning, the fighting in syria is back on after a cease fire there fell apart. the regime says it will continue air strikes. at least 91 people died yesterday alone. the deadly attacks are escalating worse than ever. >> children were trapped under rubble following several air strikes. a 5-year-old girl had to be pulled out of her home. she is alive. her parents and four other siblings did not make it. they've been the focus for both syrian and rebel war planes. hundreds of people have been injured since the cease fire ended on monday. in western japan, a postal
had been soaked by heavy rains. a segment washed out. president obama vetoed a controversial bill that would allow 9/11 families to sue saudi arabia. the families say gave aid to al-qaeda. the 9/11 commission said it found no evidence that the saudi government or officials funded al-qaeda. congress is expected for the first time to override a veto by president obama and make it law. have you ever tried to get somewhere fast but people in fronts of you are just walking a little too slow.
commuters at the major train hub can now move at a faster pace but they're not allowed to use a cell phone while they're doing so. i'm reading this story for the first time. >> fast walking with a cell phone is always difficult. >> the lane is marked with big red arrows. this is different from what i've been seeing. i think other developers are figuring out a ce with your cell phone. as long as it gets someone to their destination. this morning several reports from britain say a famous relative of the royal family is the victim of a hack attack. it was reported that an anonymous caller contacted them offering to sell pictures to
fails, but this one may top it all. >> maybe selfie fail in the walking lane. who knows. one man learned the hard way. officials were removing from python. as they were leaving the area with it, the men stopped to pose for a photo. that's when the man on the right side of your screen, backed into the snake. we're told the man's injury is morning, hey, wasn't that a selfie of a group of people. no, this man walks in. >> he walks in, wants to take a picture with the snake, and learns quickly that snakes do t that kind of thing. >> not safe, guys. a missing dog from colorado found her way to missouri and will be reunited with her family this morning. >> it's a sweet story. missy was picked up as a stray
id chip, and they were able to track down outdated information. two volunteers stepped in to take the owners. missy was taken from brenda's yard five years ago. she's supposed to be a companion dog for her daughters. melissa moreton made a 14-hour trip to return missy. >> when i posted on facebook to colorado, never did i expect to be driving the dog back to colorado and here we are and it's gotten tons of attention and i'm just excited to be a part of it. >> if you post it on facebook, you've got to do it. a local rental car office donated the car so she could make the drive to colorado. no word how missy ended up in
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until 9:00 this morning. 7:41. she is the first lion born in captivity. she's being introduced to visitors for the first time. >> parents and children watched as she played with her mother. zoo keepers and mischievous. >> i love our producer so much for putting that story in the show. they know we're cat lovers. >> right. it's 7:42 on your saturday morning. becky, skies are clear behind you. >> meanwhile, i'm here going really, i've got to follow the cat story? >> you do. sorry. >> i just can't. >> you like cats too. >> i do, but weather is not as
>> no. >> but you are, becky, so that's what counts. >> now you're being nice. temperatures in the 40s, so on the cool side, but hey, fall officially began on thursday. that's what we're supposed to see this time of year, right? this is a live look over denver where temperatures are in the 30s and 40s now. 38 degrees near downtown denver, 43 for greeley, 44 up around fort alamosa 28. we've got a mixture of low 30s and upper 20s through a lot of our mountain areas, but it's that southern section of colorado where a freeze warning is in effect because we're below 32 degrees and that's in place until 9:00 a.m. a little bit further to the north and west, rain and snow. now, i have not seen any reports come through colorado for actual snow amounts yet. i have seen them um around wyoming where we saw snow very,
shortly after 2:00 a.m., 2-4 inches of snow fell on the ground there. we're going to keep the winter weather advisories for our northern mountains until 11:00 today. that's for areas above 9,000 feet. 2-6 inches of new snow fall. down to 7500 feet, we also see light snow. the cold front is to our east. we're on the back side of this system now so we're going to see the remainder of our rain and snow in the northern mountains today. denver will be dry. by sunday, high pressure settles back in and everybody is dry across the state. here's how it plays out. by 6:00 tonight, we may still have a few snow showers over the central mountains, too dry
we'll get clouds. afternoon highs climb to 68. 68 for greeley, 67 for fort collins. eastern plains in the 70s and 80s. mountain areas, 40s and 50s. winds today will be out of the north at 5-15 miles per hour. so it's windy but a solid 20 degrees cooler than yesterday. we'll drop to 41 tonight. a lot of folks waking up for race for the cure tomorrow. it's going to be a chilly start at warming to 51 by 9:00, and at 10:15 in time for the ceremony, we'll be at 55. you can see we have the steady climb all the way up through wednesday of next week. back to the 80s we go. if you like the 80-degree weather, it returns quickly, and if you like the fall-like temperatures, enjoy this weekend. >> i have never appreciated our colorado weather coaster so much. something for everybody. >> this time of year is
>> that's how we warm up for this show. >> that's right: it would be the eagles who jump out to the early lead. straight up the gut. 39 yards to the end zone. it was the michigan-bound quarterback's second touchdown on the night. 5 minutes on the clock and marquez is going deep. we've got a tie game. just like valor did to them was going to make this a heart breaker. less than a minute in play, it's the ends zone and that's our ballgame. pomona improves to 4-1. they win this 23-16. >> mount vista hosting arapaho. ericson had a huge game and mount vista had a huge second half. the eagles got rolling. parker for a touchdown. it's 27-10 mount vista.
the passing combo as well. it was deep to the tight end, including this long one to cut the deficit. the highlight started with ericson and this game ends with ericson. he'll fake the hand off and run this one in for 6 points himself. mount vista beats arapaho. >> sterling keeps 0 mustangs. rampart doing its best to hang, though. this puts them in the red zone. they would score shortly after to tie things up. ponderosa tops rampart 37-6. >> it's a one-point game with only two seconds left in the first half when there's a hail mary up into the end zone, the
that was part one for these two because they hooked up again for another long td pass. late in the 4th quarter, it's a one-handed catch. >> in my head, it was like don't drop the ball, can you do this. i was all last game so i want to make sure i give my all this game, and i gave it my all and came down with the ball. my heart literally just stopped and it was just so joyful. >> some of those games came down to the final minutes of play, much like devlin taking on evergreen. a great turnout by the student section for this ranked match
that ties the game 1-1 in the second half. it's calmly chipped over the keeper for the score, and now a 2-1 lead, but they don't have the win just yet. evergreen would tie it late in the game, so they would go into overtime. the keeper makes the initial save, but it's put in the back of the >> first inning, the golden eagles looking to get on the board first. gonzalez slaps one down the line. mounts vista leads 1-0. grizzlies' pitcher was solid all day. she struck out several batters. but she doesn't have an answer for gonzalez. once again the junior comes through with a big-time hit. that scores a run and then she
after an error in the outfield. mount vista goes on to win it. >> the first set was all rangeview. dakota ridge had great plays, including this one for an eagles point. on the other side, a vicious kill seconds after the serve. raiders win the first set 25- 17. second set the raiders go on to win the third set by a score of 29-27 and they sweep the match in separate sets. >> smoky hill in field hockey. there's one past the goalie. that made it 5-0.moky hill did get one goal, but regis
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>> there you go. there's another one. here's a look at what's coming up at 9news at 8:00. >> i turn around and hear a shot and it sounded like a clap. >> overnight investigators say five people are dead and a gunman still on the loose after a shooting at a mall in washington state. >> we're looking at new video of the deadly police shooting that sparked all the violents protests in charlotte this week, but protestors want a different video released. >> we tell you about scams all the time an overdo it, but we have a new warning about a scam that you may have never heard of before. all of that and more coming up until our next hour of news and
. the girl said gun, so i turn around and hear a shot. it sounded like a clap. >> a gunman who police say killed five people at a mall in washington state still on the run this morning. >> protestors want different video released, different than this from all of those violent protests sparked by that police shooting in charlotte this week. >> and we tell you about scams all the one to tell you about that investigators say you may not have heard of before. live look outside right now. look, there's snow! that's snow up near the loveland pass. that's pretty cool. >> that is cool. >> we'll take a look at your forecast in just a minute. first, 8:00 on your saturday morning. an update to a breaking story that we brought you earlier. the hide away fire in evergreen is out. they're currently in the mop-
got a call about this fire at 1:30 this morning. strong winds didn't help firefighters overnight. officials say it burned 2-4 acres. firefighters were able to get a line around that fire so they could attack the flames from the inside. no homes were threatened, no one was hurt. it is a headline that is becoming all to familiar in this country, a shooting in a public place, a place where people tend to feel safe. this time it was a mall in washington state where a gunman shot and killed fi then took off. four women were killed, and we just learned early this morning that a man died as well. police have not said how many people were injured. it had about 45 miles north of seattle. that gunman is still out there somewhere this morning, last seen walking away from the mall with a rifle, and it's left another community shaken. >> i seen two young girls and
ran, and out of nowhere, the girl said gun. then after that, bang bang bang, and i heard like about seven or eight shots, and that that point i dropped whatever i had in my hand and i just started running. >> all this happened in the cosmetics section of a macy's store. investigators have no clue about motive. they need to find that shooter first. switching gears a bit, if you're going to the high country, you better grab your boots and coat. as we just saw a minute ago, fall is that clear. snow piled up on highway 550, stranded some drivers. >> feel like mother nature is so on cue. as soon as we made that official switch to fall, we saw snow. >> yeah, right. september, snow in the mountains. a lot of people across the country getting excited about that. >> i think the first resort opens mid-october, so that's just around the corner. >> just around the corner. we're going to see more cool weather as we head into today
this afternoon and into this evening for our northern and central mountains. this is what it looks like here in denver. lots of sunshine around the city. cool, though. all this rain and snow on the radar screen is out to our west and it's going to stay there. we do have a chance for light rain showers across our foothills late this afternoon and into this evening. denver, fort collins and greeley, we're going to stay dry, and no official reports of the mountains. temperatures now in denver, a chilly 46 degrees. dia, 46. 43 for fort collins and 30s and 40s through the foothills. through the remainder of this morning, we're warming up to 58 by 10:00 and 64 by noon. we're only going to be in the middle to upper 60s for high today. if you like the warmer weather, it's returning quickly too.
plus your full race for the cure forecast coming up. twisters touching down and streets that look like rivers. parts of the country is getting slammed with severe weather. it's so bad in iowa, the national guard has been activated. in utah, two tornadoes left a path of destruction. 9news reporter vida urbonas is in the information system with more. >> we're talking about that powerful storm system across the country. across the unit powerful, rain, heavy wind gusts were sweeping sideways. a small twister damaged homes. one knocked off its foundation. its roof split in half. in the midwest, parts of wisconsin and iowa saw more than a half a foot of rain in 48 hours, and in minnesota, 13 inches in some areas. rivers were overflowing into towns across those states.
dam, and cars stranded, a train derailment spilling fuel into the mississippi. flood waters killed two men in wisconsin. body cams on police officers captured a daring night-time rescue of a man being swept away. and this morning, people in eastern iowa are also being evacuated from their homes, facing flood water situations there as well. in the urbonas 9news. he doesn't have a gun. he has a tbi. he's not going to do anything to you guys. he just took his medicine. keith, keith, don't you do it!. >> this is the only video that has been released so far, the moments leading up to keith scott's death in charlotte, north carolina. it was shot by his wife who is now asking the police department to release their video in the name of transparency. in that video you heard scott's
had a medical condition. however, you also hear officers repeatedly tell scott to drop his gun before officers fired four shots. this has sparked protests in charlotte for a fourth night. investigators still have not released the body cam video of the shooting and say it's now up to the state bureau of investigation to do so. well, she wasn't going to be a victim and the men who broke in found that out the hard way. ll woman in georgia boldly taking matters into her own hands. you see those guys break in, and there she goes, wielding a gun, charging at those guys while firing shots. the suspects tried to run. only one of them made it. one person was shot and killed by this homeowner. investigators have released the surveillance video with the hopes of finding the two other robbers there. law enforcement officials say please be safe in situations like this and call 911 as soon as you can.
of maryland. an attorney for a 15-year-old girl there says a police officer overreacted when he pepper sprayed her. police say the girl crashed her bike into a car. the pd released this body camera video. it shows the officer trying to talk to the girl. she then walks away. then the officer grabs her and tries to arrest her. then he puts her in the car and she refuses to put her feet inside. the officer pepper sprays her. the fa to sit down with the police to resolve this dispute. we have an update to breaking news that we brought you a couple weeks ago, so it has been developing. a little girl rescued from her burning home in lakewood is feeling much better this morning. west metro fire tweeted out this picture of her holding her thumbs up saying stronger every day. she hid in her closet when her home caught fire a couple weeks
there's a fire in your home. we're looking at new images that can help solve a deadly hit and run. jason was riding his bike on tuesday and was hit. then that driver took off. investigators want to talk to whoever is in this suv. they're considered a possible witness to the crash. it has a roof rack or ski rack. state troopers believe a white sedan or small suv headed east hit holden while him. he lost control and was hit by a truck and died. hillary clinton and donald trump have had opposite strategies this past week. trump spent much of his time on the campaign trail. $140 million. that's how much donald trump is expected to spend on advertising from now until election day. it's predicted 100 million will
million in digital ads. however, frustration is growing within his campaign but the money overall still doesn't match his rivals. there's a gap estimated at around $200 million compared to clinton's campaign. well, donald trump and hillary clinton are gearing up for their first presidential debate on monday. meanwhile, a recent poll shows more voters may trust hillary clinton over donald trump when it comes to many issues like race relations. according to the associated press, a poll says 40% believe the former secretary of state can handle negotiations with russia better. texas senator ted cruz kind of endorsed trump after telling republicans to vote their conscience this summer.
for the change. first, his promise to support the republican nominee, and his belief that hillary clinton is "wholly unacceptable." if you think you're too old to compete in a beauty pageant, think again. >> the goal here is to spread the message that women are beautiful, no matter their age. 14 women participated in this there's categories like intelligence, creativity, dance and the walk. they receive flowers and gifts as well as a massive dose of joy. you know, it takes a lot of confidence to participate in a pageant in general, walking up on stage, performing your talents or whatever can be a little challenging. >> dance would be difficult for me. that's the area where i'm gonna loose the pageant. >> this gets me thinking. we should put you in a pageant. that would be great to watch.
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morning. and it's fall and fall is here with a vengeance this morning, becky. >> it's chilly out here. can you tell? >> you look comfortable. >> i'm glad i brought the jacket in this morning. 40s. that's quite a different from what we've seen as of late. sunshine, so that's a pretty view. high clouds, we'll see a few more clouds before the day is the foothills. temperatures, let's talk about these. it's 46 in denver and greeley, 43 for fort collins. 40s and 50s in the eastern plains. you get down into the san louis valley, alamosa at 30. still below freezing, so that freeze warning remains in effect and it's in place until 9:00 a.m. out to the west is where we're finding the rain and snow, back
moving through. in official snow reports just yet, and by that i mean snow measurements taken across parts of our mountains. vi seen them in southern and southeast wyoming and that came early this morning. a band of snow showers pushed through the laramie area and shortly after 2:00 a.m., we had a couple reports, varying between 2-4-inch of snow. our winter weather advisories continue through 11 we're talking areas above 9,000 feet. we're talking rabbit ears pass. there, 2-6 inches of snow will fall. down to 7500 feet could still see snow, but it's going to be light accumulation, most of that melting as it hits the ground. we're seeing the back side of a storm system that moved through yesterday. the cold front is well east of colorado. we're going to see the moisture wrap around that system, pushing to mainly our mountains before it clears out tonight.
going to make for a very dry day across the state. for this afternoon, i would expect scattered rain and snow showers, mainly in our mountains. some rain showers approaching the foothills. we'll see more clouds develop here in the denver metro area, but we're too dry to see any kind of rain. 68 degrees our high here in denver many we're warmer out east with highs in the 70s and 80s. we'll be in the 40s and 50s in the mountains. with that high 15 miles per hour. tonights we drop to 41. we'll be mostly cloudy. if you're waking up early and joining us for race for the cure, chilly, 46 degrees at 8:00 a.m. 51 by 9:00, by the time of the ceremony, we'll be in the middle 50s. we warm up to the 80s by wednesday of next week, but that race for the cure forecast is going to be perfect for
brisk is a good word for 46 degrees. >> and for runners, that's perfect. >> i learned that recently, it's important to have cool temperatures when you're running. >> it helps. 8:17 on your saturday morning. the smithsonian national museum of african-american history and culture opens today. we're taking a live look at the opening ceremony. this has been in the works for years. among the artifacts you will cadillac, the one he drove across the fox theater stage in st. louis, the same theater that turned him away as a child because he was black. martin luther king has a place in that museum, so does president obama. the president will be there later on. >> he signed the bill to make this possible, george w. bush did, so it shows you how long it took to get this museum there. it's a beautiful museum from all the video i've seen. i can't wait to get there and
. welcome back everyone. 8:21. i don't know what your favorite fall treat is. mine, one of my many favorites, caramel apples. did you know there's an easy way to indulge in a lot of different kinds of cara >> yeah, and we've got it right here. becky, you found it and then you asked how to do it. >> it's super easy. all you need is a couple things that you likely have already laying around your house, but really the big question is, what ingredients do you pick? i can only pick six. there's so many things on these apples. i went to the viewers and asked them how to get it done.
i've seen in a while. it's super easy to do. all you need is a muffin tin, melted caramel, toppings, apples. the decision you have to make. instead of me making the choice, i put it on you, and since i was crushed for time this week, i picked the ones that looked like they'd be the easiest to assemble and the easiest to here's what you came up with. first up, white chocolate and brown sugar. she says it's the best combo ever. why that kind of recommendation, how could we not try it out. honey roasted peanuts?
route, recommending crushed pretzels. she wanted to be here when we had the taste test. sorry. i have a feeling you're enjoying the day off anyway. looking for healthy, go for slightly sweetened oats or granola. she says it adds extra crunch. finally, first to suggest smores. it was a favorite for some. apparently combining two desserts into one is a big hit. once my muffin tins were filled up, i sliced my apple. next i grabbed some lollypop sticks, you can find these at the craft store, and placed them into each slice.
melted caramel or melted chocolate, your choice. cover it in your favorite topping and enjoy. the best part about this is you can enjoy many different kinds of candy apples in just one sitting. or if you don't want a whole apple, make it a small snack. remember all of the instructions to this easy snack are on 9news.com/fixthis. . >> and of course count on our fix this team to make the most adorable fancy-looking caramel apples. i'll tell you a little tip. with the apples, since they're sliced, the juicy part, kind of like all the caramel runs off the flesh because it already has a watery base. so if you're going to dip the caramel, eat that right away. >> it may not be a bad idea to
their best against the ducks. >> they've had a lot of great players and they still do, and they've still got plenty of speed and they're a very good football team, so it's going to be a tough contest but it's always fun starting your pac 12 games. >> csu was great last week, and i love the bears, but they're nowhere near minnesota's level. >> they'll be in contention for the big 10, bowl team, in my opinion. >> wyoming played last night at eastern michigan. the cowboys led most of the game, just not when it mattered most, at the end of the game. wyoming loses 27-24. >> on to baseball now, the rockies dodgers game
before the game, the legendary vince skully as he was honored the greatest voice in baseball. the 88-year-old has been the voice of the dodgers for 67 years. and his team got off to a good start, led 2 2-0. the same two teams will play today. >> to officially filling in for patrick. yesterday, day one of avalanche training camp. >> there's a certain level of excitement that comes with every training camp, because there's -- you know everyone is starting fresh and especially with a new coach and it's no different for me. it's exciting to get to know some new players and now i've met with all of them and talked with them and we're been working on our game plan for
. yet another cease fire unravels in syria. the air raids are worse than before. bombs target, trapping children under rubble. >> his truck took a 30-foot fall. the role weather played in an accident that seriously injured a postal worker. >> why families and victims of the september 11th attacks are
their dog, and then a wonderful surprise on social media. >> and a rematch of last year's 5a state championship game. kind of like the broncos and panthers, right? would it have the same outcome. taylor has the answer later in the prep rally. it is officially fall. you can see snow covering the higher elevation areas, along i- 70 yesterday. >> more of the same in ski areas this is what it looked like at vail pass. can you see the snow coming down there yesterday. >> what a drastic change to the weather. let's check in with becky ditchfield for a look at our weekend weather. good morning. i posted that yesterday when the winter weather advisory came out, i said guess what, and it got retweeted by not only people here around town, but always my meteorologist friends across the country
when colorado starts to see snow. >> and it's so impressive to see it on the mountains. >> it's going to last for a little while longer, but late this afternoon and into this evening, it starts to die down a little bit. take a look outside. this is fort collins yesterday. this picture was of a flag that was just going in the winds. winds have died down now that the cool front has passed and we've got snow left over in the mountains and cooler weather in town. there you can see some of rain and snow on the radar screen. not that impressive right now, pushing in towards the east. it will bring a rain or snow shower to parts of our foothills later today, but right now most of the snow that we're seeing on the radar is west. it's 46 at dia. up near longmont you're at 46. idaho springs, 37. the rest of your morning has us warming up until the upper 50s
degrees by noon. we're a solid 20 degrees cooler today than where we were yesterday. we had 88 for a high yesterday afternoon. we'll be at about 68 today. this kind of weather lasts through tomorrow. the race for the cure looks great. that forecast cool, but dry. and then if you like the 80s, they're returning by wednesday. we'll have all the details on that forecast for you coming up. >> a little bit of something for everybody. >> you got it. >> thank you, becky. are considering the death penalty charged with killing his neighbor. his wife and friend were also hurt in that shooting. kevin lions accused of shooting his wife and her friend. his wife said he snapped and opened fire. his neighbor, dr. ken atkinson was killed when he tried to intervene. prosecutors have about two
to pursue the death penalty. denver police looking for two armed men wanted for robbing a bank in northeast denver. police say they held up the u.s. bank on colorado boulevard near 50th yesterday before noon. both men were armed and wearing masks. police say one person who had a medical issue was taken out of that bank on a stretcher. in world news, the fighting in syria is back on after a cease fire there just apart. the syrian regime says it will continue air strikes as well as launching a ground offensive. at least 91 people died yesterday alone. the deadly attacks are now escalating and some say they are worse than ever. rescue efforts are underway in the city of olepo. a 5-year-old girl was pulled out of her home. she's alive but her parents and four siblings did not make it.
hundreds of people have been injured since that cease fire ended on monday. in japan, a postal worker plunged into the ground, trying to leave him with serious injuries. he was driving on that hill that had been soaked by heavy rains. a segment of the road washed out and he didn't see the 78- foot crevice. well, a missing dog from colorado who found her way family in pueblo this morning. >> it's a very sweet story, and thanks to the help of a stranger, missy was picked up as a stray in monday in missouri. animal control workers found this id chip with outdated information but they were able to find the owner. two volunteers stepped in. missy was taken from brenda's yard five years ago.
companion dog. melissa morton decided to make a 14-hour trip to bring missy home. >> i never gave it a second thought. when i posted that on facebook that i would drive the dog back to colorado, never did i really expect to be driving the dog back to colorado, and here we are and it's gotten tons of attention and i'm just excited to be a part of it. >> local rental car office donated a car to morton so she could make the drive to colorado. no one is sure place. she's a companion dog. that dog looks like a companion dog. >> look how sweet. 8:38 now. ming up in your f meteorologist becky ditchfield breaks down how fall temperatures will creep back into your forecast, but first we'll leave you with a stunning view.
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please call in. about 15 minutes left for you to do so. by the way, we wanted to take a look at the smithsonian museum of african american history that's opening today. this is a live look. president bush and mrs. bush and president obama and michelle obama are all there for that opening ceremony. >> you were saying president bush was part of getting this opened. >> that's how long this has been in the works. 8:42 now, saturday. meteorologist becky ditchfield has a final check of our forecast. good morning, becky. >> good morning. you know, it's a nice cool start to this morning, right? a little bit brisk as you step out the door. not too bad though. we're going to be in the 60s for a high today. that is a far cry from where we were yesterday where highs climbed to 88, two degrees shy
why? a cool front pushed through. we've got 48 degrees around sterling, 46 in denver, 48 up around greeley, up through those mountains, lower to middle 30s. down to the south still sitting at 30 in alamosa. so that freeze warning is in effect for a few more minutes. it's going to take us until 9:00 a.m. and then it will expire as temperatures get above 32 degrees. out to the west we've got snow and rain. this part of the system that's been pushing through since yesterday, same one that brought right now no official snow total reports up for the mountains, at least in colorado. a little further to our north over wyoming, though, shortly after 2:00 this morning, a couple totals came in near laramie in the 2-4-inch range, so this system wrapping up with us today. we're going to keep those winter weather advisories until 11:00. those will remain in effect for a few more hours.
feet. 2-6 inches of snow possible there. down to 7500 feet we still could see snow but most of that melting as it hits the ground. the cold front that brought all of this weather with it off to our east. we're going to see wrap-around moisture, then high pressure settles in and tomorrow it's going to clear everybody out. snow and rain a part of our northern and central mountain forecast through about 6:00 today. we'll get a few clouds from that here in the denver metro area, but we're too dry here fort collins and greeley's forecast today. 68 the high for greeley and denver. on our eastern plains we'll hit the 70s and 80s. that will be the warm spot. mountain areas, highs in the 40s and 50s, and across the western slope, a high of 64. winds will be out of the north at 5-15 miles per hour. tonights we drop to 41. we'll have a few more clouds here in town. if you're waking up early for
at 9:00, and at 10:00, we'll be at 55. a little something for everybody out there. >> not a bad deal. thank you so much, becky. taylor is joining us now with a look at prep sports. what kind of games did we have? >> nail biters. >> we were that if you watched these games. in the case of soccer this week, even regulation time wasn't enough. highlights coming up next for
. good morning everyone. the last time valor christian and pomona met on the id iron, the eagles fought back in the 4th quarter to win. in this week's rematch, pomona was looking to show their opponent the team is getting into it. it would be the eagles who would jump out to the early lead. 39 yards to the end zone. it was the michigan-bound quarterback's second rushing touchdown of the night. five minutes on the clock, and ryan marquez is going to send this one deep. he'll be all alone for the touchdown. we've got a tie game, and just
state championship, pomona was going to make this a heart breaker. that's our ballgame. pomona improves to 4-1. they win this 23-16. >> jud ericson and mount vista hosting arapaho. ericson finds parker for the second touchdown of the day. it's 27-10 mount vista. arapaho wouldn't go away the passing combo as well. this was this long one to cut the deficit, but the highlight started with ericson and this game ended with ericson. he'll fake the hand off and instead run this one for himself, 6 points on the board. mount vista beats arapaho, 41- 24. >> ponderosa traveling south to
they're doing their best to hang. this puts the rams in the red zone. they would score shortly after to tie things up. they would pull away after that. finding the end zone. ponderosa would top rampart, 37- 6. >> it's a one-point game with only two seconds left in the first half when there's a hail mary up into the end zone, the ball gets tipped and the hands of ty webber as time expires. they looked up again in the second half to make it 20-6. green mountain kept hanging around though. there's this one-handed catch that nearly got the rams back in the game but they still fall short 20-12, thanks in large part to that hail mary. >> in my head i was like don't drop the ball, can you do this.
last game, so i want to make sure i give my all this game, and he gave it my all and came down with the ball. my heart literally just stopped and it was so joyful. >> some of those games came down to the final minutes of play, much like devlin taking on evergreen. a great turnout by the student section for this match up. playing catch kick, tying the game. soon after, it's chipped over the keeper for the score, and now the 2-1 lead. they don't have the win yet. evergreen would tie it late in the game so the two would go into overtime. he's there to put it in the back of the net.
win. >> first inning, golden eagles looking to get on that board first. gonzalez slaps one down to the line. mount vista leads 1-0. emily morris was solid all day. she struck out several batters, including this to end the inning, but she didn't have an answer for gonzalez. once again, the junior would come through with a big-time hit. that would score a run and then she would come around to score outfield. mount vista goes on to win it 4- 0. >> dakota ridge had great plays, including this beautiful one from sara smith that landed inside the line for an eagles point. there's a vicious kill just seconds after the serve. the raiders win the first set.
24-23 late, but nelson gets the winning kill. a score of 29-27 and sweep the match in straight set. >> of course if you missed any of the action, we have extended highlights for you on 9news.com/hss. every time i hear a cheer, you're .... >> it may be the coffee. >> we may do like a pre-show sort of thing. we'll work on that.
is out. firefighters are currently in the mop up stage. >> they got a call around 1:30 this morning about this fire. strong winds didn't help firefighters overnight. officials say it burned 2-4 acres. they were able to get a line around the fire so they could attack the flames from the inside. we never leave you hanging on a weekend morning without a reason to s, simple question. >> it's my day job. >> hard life. >> as always, don't e-mail us this isn't news. of course it is. it's real life and that matters too. >> well, my good news is that i'm able to come out and enjoy god's given sun, grass, mountains, beautiful views. >> good news that i'm a grandma. enjoying that. >> i don't know what to say.
i'm enjoying every minute of it. >> i had a couple tragedies this year and it's just a blessing to be alive. i'm still kicking. >> i coach a middle school team in denver, and we won yesterday. >> i love playing ball, and i play ball every day. it's my happy sport. >> well, life is good because i've gut a beautiful family and it's a -- got family and it's a beautiful day. we're getting a dog tomorrow from rescue and it's going to be a fun weekend. >> if that doesn't make you want to smile, i don't know what else will. the mountains seeing snow. we're going to wind up with highs in the middle to upper 60s today. we'll stay there in time for tomorrow, so a nice cool start for race for the cure.
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