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visible flaring and noise. denver fire says emissions from today are not hazardous. yesterday's release did not pose any immediate release to the community. air quality tests are on going. record setting heat today in denver. we hit 85 degrees at dia breaking a record setback in 2014 by 2 degrees. the heat on top of dry conditions have the national weather service warning of near critical wildfire for parts of colorado, wyoming. more in the full forecast coming up later. right now crews in eagle count i are trying to fight a wildfire near the towns of meridith and thomasville. the sheriff's office says evacuations are possible and people should avoid that area. we'll share updates as we learn them online at 9news.com. hillary clinton is taking a
presidential debate today in new hampshire. donald trump questioned her health. he also called for a drug test saying clinton might have taken a performance enhancing drug. at least 9 women have accused trump of inappropriately touching them. trump has told supporters the election is rigged if he loses. >> you have phony people up with phony allegations with no witnesses whatsoever ending up from 20 years ago, 30 years ago. how about this crazy woman on the airplane? >> trump plans to visit colorado springs and grand junction this tuesday, a day before the last debate in las vegas. mean while, clinton's campaign -- wikileaks released another
elizabeth warren will campaign for hillary clinton. sanders will also be at cu boulder on monday to support amendment 69. also on monday, the centennial gun club is hosting donald trump junior at an event that starts at 10:30 a.m. that day. denver police spent the day searching a motel on colfax where a woman was shot and killed overnighted. this hne the airway motel. police remained on scene several hours later while waiting for a warrant to search other rooms. they did not release any details about the victim. the pacific northwest braced for another round of rough weather. heavy rain stranded drivers in portland last night and two tornadoes touched down on oregon's coast.
was like to see a twister move up the coast. >> you could tell because it was moving so fast that it was veering off toward ocean side. we're right here so it was coming toward us, but then it just started going up the coastline moving extremely fast as we were taking our video and going toward ocean side. it was pretty intense at the moment, but you could tell from where we were at headed toward us. >> forecasters say wind gusts as high as 50 miles per hour could sweep through seattle tonight. the u.s. and some 150 other nations reached a deal overnight to limit the use of green house gases. dell gates at the climate conference agreed to cap their use in 2019. the deal is legally binding.
all air conditioners and refrigerators. tomorrow thousands of runners will race in the rock 'n' roll half marathon and 10k. the new 5k race debuted this morning. all races starred and end in civic center park. most road closures last from 6:00 a.m. to 2:30 in the afternoon. we have a map with this story coming up, frontier lands in dead last on a government report card looking at on-time flights. >> and we look back on the
a 59 year old former cop sees a little bit of himself in a 6 year old boy. steven riley met for the first time today at a fire station. >> my mom bought me a scanner when i was 7. >> reporter: it may have started with a dream. >> i was so enthralled with fire and police that as far as i can remember, that's all i
>> reporter: steven davis doesn't wait long. >> it started young. i was a safety patrol officer at school. some 50 years later i retired as a police officer and had a really good career. i was also a volunteer firefighter at one time. >> reporter: steve's one of the guys they say was born to do what he does. 6 year old riley is one of those guys too. >> anything deal withing firefighters he loves. >> reporter: just ask his mom. >> riley saw the e gotta help. >> for him to want to go to a structure fire and want to help -- >> reporter: steve heard about riley's day with aurora firefighters and saw that his uniform -- >> was a little small. >> reporter: -- could use an upgrade. >> we also got him these authentic fire boots. they're about as real as you can get. >> reporter: what started as a special tour of the fire station on a saturday was
gear. >> thank you. >> and a new helmet. >> thank you. >> and look what else. check out these boots. >>hank you. >> reporter: and while a new uniform made riley look the part -- >> this is called a safety patrol badge and i got this when i was in elementary school. >> reporter: -- it was the badge that made more than one dream come true. >> for a mom, it's just over the moon. >> reporter: noel brennan, 9 going to be a firefighter when he grows up. yep. >> yep. riley said the best part of his day was using the fire hose. viewers nationwide were fooled by the balloon boy hoax this day in 2009. everyone thought a 6 year old boy was inside because his
and that landed his parents in jail. in the years since, it has been named the most memorable hoax. for two months in a row, denver based frontier came in last for flight arrivals. the federal government in august ranked frontier last among 12 major carr. just below 6%. over the summer, frontier dealt with staffing issues with a contractor that provided ramp services at dia. it is now working with a new contractor. the dog days of summer may be over, but welcome the dog days of fall.
dachsunds -- pet nutrition and animal training. first and moment, the owners say today was about winning. the dogs competed in a contest with 5 different categories. >> for the scariest, i have maggie. where's little maggie? for most creative, sir bucks. where's he? >> this is so great. the best funniest were the other categories. the winners got fancy play toys. a group called wash park weenies organized the event. today's contest had the biggest turn out yet. people live nothing the arizona desert now have the opportunity to swim with dolphins. a controversial attraction called dolphin [ indiscernible ] opened up.
hey there, happy saturday. danielle grant here in the 9 backyard. the whole world was outside today as we saw temperatures soar into the 80s in. denver, we broke that record. 85 now stands in the record books. our old record, 83 setback in 2014. upper 80s across the far eastern plains. it was a hot one with the sunshine. about 72 degrees in steamboat and low 80s in grand junction. right now at loads of sunshine with the winds out of the east northeast now. here in the 9 backyard, it's a comfortable saturday afternoon. watching the temperatures sitting at 84. it has dry across two-thirds of the country. now real wet weather to speak of except for this one. this monstore of a storm just about to approach portions of
showers. but the winds will be the worst. high wind warnings on the coastline until 2:00 in the morning. that's when we're anticipating 50 mile-per-hour gusts in seattle and south toward portland. flash flood watches will be in place for parts of idaho as well. remnants of what was a typhoon now captured in the jet stream and pushes as that front marchs through, look at that. another one back behind it. no relief in sight as rain, winds will be part of the forecast for the next week. no rain around here, only gusty winds. tonight we're going to be watching the winds picking up 10 to 20 miles per hour. keeping our temperatures pretty comfortable overnight in the 40s and 30s across eastern colorado and a little cooler up in the mountains.
fantastic. by 9:00 tomorrow morning, you wake up, it's good to about. a few clouds start increasing out to the west. the moisture stays clear of colorado. by 5:00, still looking good and 10:00 p.m. looking at mostly clear skies. the caveat for tomorrow's forecast, we'll have the heat and gusty winds. high fire danger around here, red flag warnings in place for the northern foothills. this continues until 7:00 p.m. tomorrow even. not too bad the rest of this evening. around midnight, the winds just start peaking up in the foothills. 8:00, 9:00 you're walking up in estes park, idaho springs, 40 to 50 mile-per-hour wind gusts easily. some of these upon will be
be seeing 15 to 20 mile-per- hour gusts in northern colorado. as we head toward sunday evening into monday, that's when i think we will have the worst of the wind. a very powerful jet is going to be pushing in across the area. this means high wind watches in place. areas above 9,000 feet above timber line could see 80 mile- per-hour mile-per-hour wind gusts. anticipating to be in the mid- 40s. it's going to be a very windy next couple of days. tomorrow a hot one at 85. we stay in the 80s and 90s in east colorado. it's going to be a scorcher with all the sunshine. 70s on monday. keeping it slightly seasonal on tuesday. finally a few showers pour in
middle of next week. from colorado's sports leader, here's rod mackey. >> it's been a long time since we had a game that means something played at pepsi. the nuggets used to always make it there. the avalanche always made it till near the end, but times have changed. the nuggets are now a lottery regular and the avs haven't played in the last 5 of 6 seasons. will this season be different? it's opening night. aaron matas has a preview. >> forwards can come to the net. forwards make the d work. >> reporter: 7 weeks. that's all jared's had to get his new team playing his way. now it's time to show it off. >> this is our first chance to go and, you know, impress our fans, i think, is a big thing. it's our building. we want to be an exciting team to watch and we want to earn
them proud of us. >> reporter: captain gabriel landeskog told him early on this group can adapt quickly and is hungry to learn. >> attack the net. do it with pace and execution. here we go. >> jared's done a great juvenile of implementing his systems and our systems i should say. and he's been a good guy as >> face off. play 5 on 0. if -- >> just great vibe on the ice right now. i think it's very calm, but very focused and intense. it seems like we're feeling good right now. >> reporter: his system worked in the preseason where the avs went 6 and 0. >> i think we've done a real good job that through exhibition -- and we're growing
we'll find out tonight. >> now it's time to see what we have. nice! a new avs era. face off tonight at 7:00. we'll have highlights and post game coming up at 9:00 and 10:00. for the college football portion, cu failed to beat [ indiscernible ] last saturday. tonight against csu. >> i love night games. especially in foalsom. we're expecting a lot of fans. we're trying to come out with a big win, especially over asu. >> cu is a two-touchdown favorite against asu.
better not go. i mean, you know, i don't know if guys -- i haven't been there, haven't been to a colorado state team that's been up there. we better go up this week and prepare with the expectation to play well. you know, i don't want to ever say we're intimidated by anybody. air force already played, they just di well. the falcons upset by new mexico. the falcons have dropped back to back games. final score was 45 to 40. baseball's version of the final 4 already underway. the cubs host the dodgers in game one of the nlcs about 35 minutes from now. the alcs already two days in.
home-field advantage against toronto. lindor goes up the middle. indians win the games 2-1. they lead the series 2 games to none. cubs coming up here. they have two -- >> i have a bunch of family out in the midwest and everybody's talking about it. like oh, now you guys like the cubs. >> a lot of fans are band wagon fans. if they make it to
it was just a glorious day out there. the colors finally changing here around the metro area too. get outside and enjoy it while you can. i think the 80 degree days are finally starting to around here. one more tomorrow. mid-50s both wednesday and thursday. possibility of light showers. not a guarantee, but there's a chance. 60s and 70s as we head toward next week. monday night football, low 70s. rod. >> 71 on monday. so even a nicer day. >> little toasty for you.
>> announcer: welcome to the u.s. bank nbc sports report. >> dan: on a gorgeous fall night in south bend, notre dame stadium is once again the site of one of college football's most exciting rivalries as the stanford cardina v irish. and tonight, there is a definite sense of urgency for both teams. brian kelly and the irish at 2-4, off to their worst start in nine years, despite the struggles, quarterback deshown kizer remains one of the best in the country. david shaw will be without one of the most electric players in all of college football.