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this is 9news. >> it's the homestretch with just about 48 hours left until election day. clinton and trump making their rounds with a stop in denver on in south carolina. detectives arrest a suspected serial killer. a school unexpectedly set down, and a world series to remember, too, had you talking this week. a big development for samsung. a live look at your drive this morning. it looks like conditions are a little snowy and the roads are a little wet, but all clear along i-70. i believe this is near the
start your sunday morning. no snow in the metro area. let's look what happened in southwest colorado in the high country on saturday. looked a little bit like this. can't see much. that is snow, folks. moved up the i-70 corridor around noon. belen, much needed snow? >> yeah, we need some of those ski resorts in business. >> crazy to think about like just about this time last year you were teaching me how to ski. it was already packed with sn need to open up the ski resorts. jessica needs to get back up there. snow in the metro area. there is no signs of snow anytime soon, but the possibility for some snow showers still in the high country as we wrap up today. a live view over the city, man, that looks beautiful, huh? with the time change today, sunrise officially happened at 6:35. but this also means that sunset will be happening earlier at
through the winter solstice we will be losing 2 minutes of daylight every day. today the day length 10 hours and 16 minutes. right now we have still some snow showers in the high country and we also have some lower visibility and light rain showers out on the eastern plains while the i-25 corridor is mainly dry. there is a possibility for snow or showers, but those will stay in the mountains and the rain is in the forecast for southern colorado and the eastern plains. let's talk about the town. afternoon highs will be similar to yesterday in the upper 60s, low 70s. we have a slight cooldown in store for tomorrow. let you know what's in store for the work week. >> sounds good, belen. thank you. we have 48 hours until election day. both candidates are making the most of it on the campaign trail. polls are indicating that the gap is narrowing with trump just three points behind clinton. attention is now turning to emerging battleground states
night at the national western complex urging people to turn in ballots in person. before that he was in reno, nevada, where he was rushed off the stage by secret service after someone yelled that there was a gun. security tackled a man with a sign that read republicans against trump. the secret service didn't find a weapon and the man was not arrested. in duncan trump played up the idea of a corrupt political system. >> so important, if you haven't mailed in your ballot, don't do take it to the drop box in your county. don't put it in the mail. i know everybody says how honest everything is with our political system, but we all know better. >> that was trump's final stop in denver before election day. today he's going to iowa, minnesota, pennsylvania, and michigan. we know the name of the suspect accused of tossing a rock into donald trump's campaign headquarters in denver.
responsible for this hole friday. it missed a 10-year-old volunteer inside the office. no one was hurt. this is the second time the office was vandalized in a single day. days before the election hillary clinton is telling supportingers it is on the line. her campaign spread out across the u.s. clinton will be in ohio and new hampshire. clinton continues to use celebrities to gain support from millennials. katy in philadelphia. 10,000 people showed up. perry suggested that clinton will win the collection. clinton thanked perry and others who have been campaigning with her for months. >> when our incredible guests tonight came out and started campaigning for me way back in iowa before the caucuses because i love the message. when you get knocked down, which everybody does, what
times" showing clinton trailing donald trump by five points now. the idd tip poll shows it's a tie when green party candidates jill stein and gary johnson are thrown into the mix. loved ones are mourning the loss of a toddler shot in texas. two women were arguing when shots were fired. the 2-year-old was rushed to the hospital. he died later that day. the discy woman found chained up like a dog in south carolina helped solve a cold case. the man facing charges for the kidnapping confessed to killing at least seven people. 9news reporter vida urbonas joins us in the information center with details. >> good morning. todd kohlhepp, a sex offender, owned the property where kala brown was found in the metal container. brown and her boyfriend charles carver were last seen in august. the body found on kohlhepp's
boyfriend. spartanburg county sheriff chuck wright announced last night that kohlhepp pointed out two more gravesites on his property. >> yes, mr. todd kohlhepp was on the scene earlier today. yes, he did show us where two more graves are. >> deputies say kohlhepp confessed to killing four people at a motorcycle shop 13 years ago. deputies believe there is a good chance they could find additional remains. in the information center, vida urbonas, 9news. 7:06. college students were devastate today find out that their school closed without much of an explanation. plus, the cubbies made colorado proud this week. >> we heard about a waterskiing baby. a lot of people talking about this one after we saw that video go viral. here is kim christiansen with our 9listens report. >> i have $27 in debt from the school and i don't know if i am going to get a diploma.
abrupt closing of heritage college in lakeside. the for-profit school helped students looking for careers in dental hygiene, skin care and more. many students are out thousands of dollars. comments. i graduate from there in 2014. i am not surprised by this in the least, sadly. i wonder if they will be forgiving the $25,000 school loans for the students that went there? i really hope it doesn't affect the credibility of the degrees that students received from er it's sad that many people fall prey to these businesses. do some research before attending any school that advertises on tv. >> three, two, one. >> reporter: bella made us do a double-take. 6 months old and waterskiing. this youtube video had us pursue the background. we asked you if that was the right choice. i think it's reckless. she is just a little baby and regardless of how many years the dad was a lifeguard, it
the point they can't be undone. many hoarse didn't see a problem with it. i am so over people being negative. the parents did everything in a safe, supervised way, so more power to them. i think it's great for them to teach her to enjoy life like this rather than coddling. >> this is a tough play. brian. they won the world series! >> reporter: finally, the cubs win the world series, and that made so many of you happ filled with negatives and ugliness, it's a blessing to have such a wonderful diversion. congratulations, cubbies. the curse has been broken. thanks for your comments, and remember 9listens. >> a fun week in sports. we welcome your comments at kusa.com. all right. we are feeling the broncos today. 9news your home for the broncos
channel 20. then turn over to channel for the broncos-raiders game. a big match-up, important game for both teams. stick with us for live postgame reaction from the locker room. the raiders have been fairly intimidating. hopefully, our d steps it up. stick around. we will break down the predictions for tonight's game. we will get a sneak preview of "game day live" at 8:55. a mild weekend in terms of weather. we needed a jacket, especially earlier in the mornin
welcome back everybody. mild temperatures in store. >> hopefully, your beard can keep you warm a little bit. >> that's the thing. if everyone's wondering what 9news, it's no shave november. we are raising money for cancer research. all the details on 9news.com. >> we are so proud of you, ryan. >> gee, thanks. >> earlier in the week people were giving you comments. >> i love it. bring it on. you have to donate. that's the thing. >> exactly. >> it's not a jealousy. his beard is so much better. i think it's sparking a little excitement. >> beard envy. >> true. >> he looks good.
forecast. our temperatures currently in the 40s and 30s over the city right now. we have blue skies, and it's out in the eastern plains that we have some clouds. in the high country we have that mix of clouds and also a few snow showers. you know what? here in the mile high, it is a sweet morning for a run. i'm talking about the great candy run that starts off at 9:45 this morning, but registration starts at 8:30. it's gonna happen at and the temperatures will be at 57 degrees. all the donations from this event go to the fetal health foundation. we hope that you guys can contribute and head out there. if you are taking a jog in the mountains, especially in purgatory, you might have a little snow to run on. this is up in purgatory resort. cody james snapped this picture. we love that our ski resorts are getting fresh snow. this is loveland ski area.
gotten about 3 inches. a little at a time, right? we haven't heard about an opening date for loveland. let us know, okay? happening across the state currently we have this area of low pressure that is weakening. it's a storm, right? it's weakening and it's gonna be moving into northeastern colorado and into wyoming. as it does that, it's going to cause a few snow showers in the mountains. right now we have some light rain out on the eastern plains. lower visibility in some spots and patchy fog, but clouds and sun and our temperatures will manage to get into the upper 60s. so even this is about 10 degrees warmer than our normal high for this time of year. 30s and 40s out there now. more clouds out east. that's the reason why we have warmer temperatures, because those clouds kind of act as a blanket. 53 in the mountains. temperatures in the 30s and 20s and the western slope 45. this afternoon 40s, 60s in the high country. 50s, 60s, rather. upper 60s in lower elevations
here is a look at that futurecast. we are dry right now. this afternoon a chance for showers way down south near el paso county, also near the divide, and out on the eastern plains we will get more clouds here in the city in the afternoon hours and then our skies start to clear overnight and into tomorrow morning. and tomorrow actually will be a bit cooler than today. tonight temperatures drop to 40 degrees as those skies clear. the winds will be light, and tomorrow the high of 63 degrees. after that we start to warm up tuesday 68. wednesday 72, thursday 67. friday 64. a couple of notable things happening this week, of course election day, that's on tuesday. on friday, veterans day. next saturday 9cares colorado shares. you got a week to get all those donations. if you don't have time, we also take cash. >> it's election day this week? >> yes. >> did i mention that? >> yes. >> thank you. all eyes on wall street. we are talking about possible
uncertainty. >> yeah. >> there is plenty of that in this election. >> you see that on wall street. election jitters helped send the s&p 500 to a four and a half month low on friday. already having an impact. the "wall street journal" says the survey of global investors appear to be reacting to the fact that tuesday's presidential election may not be playing out as they expected. uncertainty drives stocks down. overseas stock markets have been un this is interesting. more and more people are logging into facebook. profits continue to surge. they say advertising growth will slow next year, so that weaker outlook cut $30 billion off the value of facebook's stock last week. we are going to see those numbers go back up this week, but they came out with great news, and then announced but we don't know if we can hold that. so people freaked out. >> ups and downs of facebook.
six years. they will increase the number of restaurants in the u.s. to 9,000 by the end of 2022. while creating 100,000 new jobs, the mexican fast food chain currently operates 7,000 restaurants nationwide. news of the u.s. expansion to 1,000 restaurants internationally by 2022. i have been seeing more and more. >> they are like starbucks. one on >> yeah. >> all right. walmart is apologize to go a woman in new mexico who says an employee accused her of faking her pregnancy so she could shoplift. she was leaving a location when an flow asked her if she was pregnant. she asked her to lift up her shirt to prove she wasn't hiding anything. >> i never heard of this happening before.
take me into a room. >> she filed a police report and a manager apologized. walmart issued a statement apologizing and promising to look further into this incident. back to tech news. samsung electronics says it will offer an artificial intelligence assistance service in its upcoming flagship smartphone. the south korean company announcetoday that the galaxy s8 smartphone will let users order food or perform other tasks without having to application by asking the phone's virtual assistance. kow say get me some food. >> as long as that doesn't explode as well. >> right. samsung joined the race to create that assistance when it started a silicon valley start- up launched by the same people who started siri for apple. the galaxy s8 is expected to make a debut in the spring. i don't think that could be soon enough for galaxy because
crucial for the recovery of the business after the problems with the galaxy note 7. that really of 3 million top-loading washing machines as well. >> a lot of injuries. >> i believe for the samsung personal assistants, just do my laundry for me. >> when that happens, that will make up for everything. >> yeah. >> right. >> keep our ideas to our own and invent it ourselves. >> we will be >> thanks. gary harris back on the court. didn't get the nuggets a win.
from colorado's sports leader here is aaron matas. >> good morning. gary harris returned to the nuggets line-up last night. played his first game of the season and that's about the only good thing i can say about their game with detroit. the nuggets managed to score 12 points in the first quarter. they were down 20-4 before you control down. now, first-round pick jamal murray scored his first career nba basket. he finished with 9 points. nuggets lost 103-86. >> couldn't buy a shot. missed 20 lay-ups. we didn't play defense either. there was like men against boys tonight. >> calvin picard scored 32 shots. that performance will not quiet
should replace varlamov as the avs' primary garcia-torres. landeskog took it to devan dubnyk. almost dropped the gloves. took a couple of blocker shots to the face. landeskog scored the lone goal. a 3rd period power play tally. avs beat the wild 1-0. there will be a lot of post- season college football this year. colorado, air force and wyoming are bowl eligible, state is a win way. sonny lubic was busy. rams up 10-0 in the 2nd quarter. a 16-yard score. home team up 16-0. they added to it. izzy matthews, first of two short touchdown runs in the game put the rams up 23-7 to. they were cruising because the defense didn't give up a single point. first shutout since 1997 for colorado state.
>> fighting fierce in mosul. isis militants put up a fight to maintain their ground, launching intense counter attacks on saturday. it destroyed several homes and burned thousands of acres. the fire is fully contained, but crews say you can't be too careful considering weather conditions nothing. one man's extraordinary proof home just for that little guy. and we are in playoff mode in prep sports. volleyball, soccer, football. taylor temby very busy. good morning. thank you so much for starting your day with us. i am sure many of you want to know what our game day forecast is going to be. looking to belen de leon. several games today? >> exactly. we are wearing our orange. we support our broncos. there is another huge game happening for our rapids.
pretty big names are going to be playing. we are talking about jovanny as part of the mexican national team. he plays with the l.a. galaxy. and tim howard. that forecast for you headed out to dick's sporting goods field, temperatures at 66 degrees. this map starts at noon. it will be mild and dry and the winds will be light. i think it will be very comfortable if you are headed out there. and it's beautiful right now in northern colorado. fort collins i see blue in the sky, and i still see green the ground. yes, that grass is really nice. of course, those leaves, too. they are green up there. now, here in the city we will have a mix of clouds and sun. more sunshine around 10:00. temperatures in the 60s. hour highs will be in the upper 60s. yesterday we got some of needed snow in the mountains. today still a possibility for some snow showers in the high country. that will be decreasing as the day goes on. for our friends on the eastern plains we are seeing a little bit of rain as well with low visibility in spots and more
see any kind of moisture across the state. not looking out for any severe weather, but a chance for some rain in southern colorado and in the eastern plains. temperatures right now in the 30s and 40s. highs this afternoon in the upper 60s. so similar to yesterday, you got to go back to work tomorrow. i will let you know what's in store for you in a few. >> yep, we all do. thanks. despite the recent dry weather, crews have the upper hand on the junken fire. the fire 100% containe incident commanders say some crews are still on the ground to make suresting fire lines are secure. the fire started on october 17th when wind burned a.line. it has burned 18,000 acres. some smoke may be visible until they get rain to completely put the fire out. investigators in wheat ridge are looking into whether four fires were started by an arsonist. this fire was first reported --
the best interstate inn and the kipling apartments a week and a half later. the third fire burned the american hotel and halloween another fire reported at the best interstate inn. they are within a half mile of each other. anyone with information is asked to call crime stoppers. another day of intense fighting in mosul. they are trying to clear neighborhoods in that bombings by isis across iraq have killed at least 20 people this weekend. there has been a bit of a slowdown for iraqi special forces. they are pushing into neighborhoods where terrorists have built up barricades. some civilians have tried to flee. others are being used as human sheilds. that is complicating the effort to get help from the u.s. in syria, kurdish forces backed by the u.s. are taking an aggressive approach.
retake raqqa. kurdish officials say it's a coincidence. kurdish forces say they are getting pushback from turkey because of this. the army is trying to retake eastern aleppo. nigeria's army of over 200 school girls kidnapped by islamic extremists in 2014. she was covered saturday fathered by a baby boy fathered with one of her kidnappers. 21 others were freed last month after the nigerian government worked with the boko haram militants. dozens escaped. 200 remain missing for more
blamed by traffic accidents from poor visibility. heavy smog has covered urban and rural areas. many people are suffering from breathing problems, itchy eyes, irritation. experts say increasing dust from construction, the burning of garage, factory emissions and motor vehicle fog is contributing to that as well. >> outside beijing is under 200 feet. you can imagine how that would become a big problems on the roads. the alert was issued yesterday. the local government suggesting people who are sensitive to smog should stay indoors. here is one for the dumb criminal files. an unusual arrest in oregon after a man accused of stealing a car gets stuck in a badger hole. >> we like to call this karma. they tried to pull over a stolen vehicle and the guy took
because it wasn't safe. a couple hours later they spotted the car. they saw the suspect's dog crawling in a hole. they followed it eight feet underground where they found the suspect screaming for help. they dug him out and arrested him. >> wow. >> nothing to say. >> exactly. 7:36 now. coming up in our forecast meteorologist belen de leon tells us when we could see a much needed cooldown, possibly some moisture as we leave you
planning outlook? we are going to see a chance for rain on the eastern plains. we are seeing it right now. in the high country, a few showers. today's temperatures will be above normal. if you are waiting for the cooldown, it arrives tomorrow. even at that it's not going to be that much colder. here's what's happening, in the past 24 hours we have had this area of low pressure, a storm making its way from the four corners to northeastern colorado and through the rest of today it will lift and move on to parts of wyoming. but as it does that it will continue to bring a ch also it's bringing in some rain out on the eastern plains. drier weather though is following that. it's not gonna arrive until tomorrow though. today the high of 68 degrees. skies will be partly cloudy here in the city, and i am going to include that chance for showers in the plains and also in the mountains. now, in the high country this picture was sent in by rick through twitter. this is durango. so we have a fresh coat of snow on the san juans from yesterday's snowfall, and now
starting to clear up. blue skies above the mountains. a closer look at where that snow is falling and you see near telluride that snow is falling lightly. also parts of the central mountains and out on the eastern plains. we have clouds, light rain, and alsoer visibility, especially along i-70. now, no fog advisories are in effect, but there is some patchy visibility out there. so be very careful. as far as the temperatures go, remember i'm telling you there is more clouds out east. that's the reason why the temperatures are a bit warmer in for the metro area, and currently we have temperatures in the 30s in the mountains and 40s out on the western slope. fast forward to this afternoon. 60s out west, 50s for higher elevations, and lower elevations temperatures will be in the upper 60s, and out on the eastern plains a high of 68 degrees. wow, i am moving around a lot, aren't i? i should stay on this part of the screen. today we are gonna see lots of blue in the city, more than
temperatures in the upper 60s. this is your futurecast. we have that rain out east and snow showers in the mountains. those showers will gradually decrease through the afternoon while here in the city our weather remains dry. those clouds will be steady and persistent out on the eastern plains as well as that light rain. through 4:30 still clouds out there, and here in the city a few more clouds. now, remember sunset today happens around 4:45. so it's gonna get dark really quick today change. through tonight our skies clear here in the city and out on the eastern plains. tomorrow morning we've got sunshine as we start off the day. today is the last chance to see that moisture in the state and there we are gonna start to dry out. 40 the low tonight. skies will clear. tomorrow here's that cooldown i was talking about. 63 will be the high. tuesday 68. on wednesday we warm into the 70s, and then after that a gradual cooldown on thursday. 67. our veterans day a great forecast to celebrate them on
>> what did you say the average is supposed to be this time of year? >> average around this time is 58. >> got ya. >> we are well above that. >> thank you. taylor temby with a week of sports. >> i was gonna say look at that forecast. i want to thank belen. we have had yet to have a football game, knock on anything right now, that has been freezing. >> handling the camera with your freezing fingers. >> we are going into playoffs. this is great. >> only a matter of i got too confident there. a lot of state championships going on. what is a state championship without a little bit of drama, right? the gymnastics finals going on this weekend. they started off with a couple of issues. i will explain those coming up
winning the all-round uneven bars. >> i was trying do it more for the team and then myself. when i won, i was like, oh, that's cool. it's like the icing on the cake. >> in the 4a competition green mountains' camomile won the individual floor. second place team finisher alley trimble nailed her routine, stuck the landing a 4a beam individual championship. on the uneven bars green mountain strikes again. emily graham the third place all-around finisher won the event. later this morning our brackets for 3, 4, and 5a classifications. senior night for valley christian. valor had a 7-0 lead after the first quarter. then check this out, davis leads two defenders and the
make it 14-0 in the second. couldn't convert on the opportunities. a few missed interceptions and then a fumble almost recovered. given right back to the eagles. those issues plagued the trojans all night and valor capitalized on the mistake. valor gets the shutout to end the season 45-0. number five regis taking on bear creek. the raiders had a 27 lead at quarter d.j. jackson with an absolutely phenomenal play with not one, two tacklers for a long touchdown run. 27-7. later in the quarter continuing that theme is alvin jones. he muscles through the bear creek defense and that makes it 41-7 regis. bear creek scored late one time. andrew renseria finishes with three minutes left.
offense. raiders win 41-14 and finish the season 9-1. traveling a few miles down the road to take on meade. junior running back evan hanson finds a hole. 20 yards for quick six. later in the second quarter tied at seven riley glen boosts left, 13 yards out. meade finishes the regular season th denver taking on weld central in this 2a state playoffs. returning a punt here. ball off his helmet. he scoops it up and turns nothing into something. he beats several defenders, gets pulled down after a very nice game. baldwin's joshua mcdonald picks off this pass. he takes it all the to the end zone for a pick six. the sun devils win big 27-6 and they advance to the
the state championships will be this saturday at dick's sporting goods park. the first, of course, we had to get through the quarterfinals. jefferson academy versus colorado academy. lucas hits a great through ball. eventually taps one in to make it 1-0 jefferson academy. he almost added a second goal a bit later. beats the defender, but hits the outside of the net on that shot. we stay at 1-0. the mustangs meanwhile almost tied the game jared miranda crosses it. westfield tries to pick it. the acrobatic shot barely misses. jefferson academy holds on 1-0 to advance to the semis. volleyball regionals underway. rock canyon has to get through rocky mountain for a trip back to state. the jazz take the first set. healy davis sacrificing her body for the dig and she was a huge reason for rock canyon's success. davis tallied 14 kills this match including this one right
take the second set 25-15. rocky mountain fights back in the third. a beautiful finesse shot by amelia berg ties it up. in the end they couldn't contain the jags. great day from kendall hannic and davis gets it to drop. the jags win 3-0 and head back to the state tournament. if you want more head online. we posted the extended highlights and interviews from our games at 9news.com/hss. for this saturday, gu then state volleyball to round out the evening. >> wow. you will be busy. >> busy lady. >> that's right. >> at least comfortable temperatures. >> that's right. at least it's nice. we have a lot of news coming up on 9news at 8:00. election day of course around the corner. clinton and trump's campaigns are making their final rounds. also a disturbing murder mystery may have been solved in south carolina. huge game for the broncos
welcome to "fix this" presented by home advisors. the free and easy way to find the best home pros. we are getting ready fo the holidays. what a better way to celebrate than with something that makes memories? becky is here with the perfect place mat for thanksgiving. >> yeah. i have to be honest. these things were more complicated than i thought they were going to be. one, i was dealing with a 2 and 4-year-old. that's going to cause problems there. the other was there is a special way to cut burlap that i didn't know about. you might not either. check it out. if you would like to make four
burlap, scissors, fray check glue, cardboard, measuring tape, two letter stamps to spell the word double, paintbrushes, and yellow, orange, and red fabric paint. we will start by laying out, measuring, and cutting the burlap. when i picked it up at the fabric store the woman at the cutting station let me in on a little secret to cutting th measure where you want to make the cut, find the string that's nearest that location, and carefully pull that individual string out. why? the threads that make up burlap don't necessarily fall in an exact straight line. following this guideline might create slight imperfections. however, while the unseen
individual thread intact. it tricks your eye into thinking the rectangle is perfect. so once the string is out, you will see a gap in the fabric. cut along that line. do this with your burlap fabric to create four rectangles measuring 17 inches by 13 inches. next i added a little fringe. depending how you want these to look, this step may be threads from each side of the place mat to create a more country style look. you're probably noticing that these threads are extremely easy to remove. to keep this from happening any more than you want it to, you have a couple of options. i used a special glue called fray check and applied to each side of my place mat to keep the threads in place.
machine and sew each side in place. now it's time to start painting. i placed a piece of poster board underneath my place mat. then using my letter stamps and brown paint i painted on the word gobble to the top and bottom of each rectangle. i let each dry and grabbed my kids the admittedly, this part may be easier if your children are older than 2 and 4, but it is still first i applied a generous amount of red paint to one hand and placed that hand print towards the middle of the place mat. then i painted a generous amount of brown to the other hand and placed that hand print right next to the red one. the children were told not to touch anything and we quickly washed the wet paint off. then waited for those hand
part of the project for me. finally, time for the yellow hand print. that one goes in the middle. once all the hand prints were dried, i painted the body, feet, eyes, and nose of the turkey. i have to say each turned out so cute, and i now have a fun memory to keep missed a step? head over to 9news.com/fixthis
the final stretch. the clinton and trump campaigning making their final rounds. the republican nominee made a pit the final stretch disturbing murder mystery in south carolina may have been solved. detectives arrest a suspected serial killer. it's a huge game for the broncos today. who is going to sit at the top of the afc west after the game with the raiders tonight. the final election laughter before this country elects a new president. snl poking fun at both candidates. a live look at your drive. the roads are wet. we do see some snow along i-70 in the high country. no major traffic alerts for you. >> november, still no snow. it's okay, folks. it will come. snow will fall. just not in the metro area yet. this happened in the high country. snow.
around noon. >> we're starting to see more the high country and not so much in the metro. when i went hiking on thursday, so snowy in the high country. here it was like 70 degrees. it's that interesting dichotomy. >> we'll continue to see that today. the forecast here still looking dry. our temperatures will be about 10 degrees above our normal high for this time of year. have you noticed we're wide awake this morning? that extra hour of sleep certainly helped. let's take a look forecast. this morning, sunrise happened around 6:35 and here's the view over the city. we do have a mix of clouds and sun. and keep in mind that sunset today will be happening earlier, 4:52. day length about 10 hours and 16 minutes. as we approach the winter solstice, we'll lose about two minutes of daylight every day. radar and satellite is showing clouds in the high country. also out on the eastern plains. snow showers up there and also out east.
visibility. now those are the areas that could still see the possibility of some snow showers but we're not expecting any severe weather. the temperatures outside right now in the 30s in weld county. 40s along i-25. 30-degree readings along the divide. upper 60s, low 70s. foothills, temperatures in the 50s. same goes for folks that live in higher elevations. we have blue in the sky right now. we'll have more clouds this afternoon as the temperatures reach the upper 60s then clearing so is this it? will we see more rain, more snow? i've got the forecast coming up. >> thank you. we have just about 48 hours left until election day. both candidates making the most of it on the campaign trail. polls are indicating the gap is narrowing with trump just 3 points behind clinton in the latest polls. attention is now turning to emerging battleground states like colorado. donald trump was here at the national western complex urging people to turn in ballots in
the stage by secret service after someone yelled there was a gun. security tackled a man with a sign republicans against trump. the secret service found no weapon. that man was not arrested. in denver trump played up the idea of a corrupt political system. >> so important if you haven't mailed in your ballot, don't do that. bring it finish bring it. take it to the drop box county, don't put it in the mail. i know everybody says how honest everything is with our political system but we all know better. >> again trump three points behind clinton according to the latest ibt tip poll. trump criticized the handling of mosul in his speeches. this was his final stop in denver before election day. today he heads to iowa, minnesota, pennsylvania and michigan. we know the name of a
rock into -- michael ferrara is responsible for this gaping hole at the east 18th avenue office on friday. the rock just missed a 10-year- old volunteer inside. thankfully no one was hurt. this is the second time the office was vandalized that day. a gop chairman in illinois says he's keeping that vandalism at a donald trump campaign office in rock island county. bill bloom wants it to be a sign of defiance against people the explicit message was spray painted on friday. no suspects have been caught. days before the election, hillary clinton is telling supporters quote, it is all on the line. her campaign spread out today. clinton herself will be in ohio and new hampshire. she continues to use celebrities to gain support from millennials. katy perry performed at a rally in philadelphia where about 10,000 people showed up. perry told the crowd tuesday is going to be fun but wednesday will be better, suggesting that
others. >> when our incredible guest tonight came out and started campaigning for me way back in iowa before the caucuses because i love the message. when you get knocked down, which everybody does, what matters is get back up. >> a new poll from the l.a. times shows clinton trailing donald trump by 5 points. the ibt tip poll shows it's tie when green party candidate jill stein and libertarian candidate gary johnson are thrown into the mix. >> bernie sanders was touting her plans for tax and immigration reform. libertarian presidential candidate gary johnson is making one more push for support in colorado. he is campaigning at colorado christian university in lakewood at 3:00 this afternoon. prompted a lockdown at the
the man walking around with a gun on saturday. they confronted him, got in a scuffle and arrested him. the president was not at the white house at the time. cu boulder police are trying to find the man who sexually assaulted somebody inside of a dorm room. it happened just before 2:00 saturday. they believe that suspect is a college student with dark, short, curly hair. if you have any information, you're asked to share an anonymous tip on cu's website the swedish medical center surgical tech who put nearly 3000 patients at risk for hiv and hepatitis learns his sentence tomorrow. rocky allen pleaded guilty to switching needles so he could steal fen that till. there are no signs patients were infected. the discovery of a missing woman found chained up in south
cold case. the man charged with kidnapping confessed to killing at least seven people. vida urbonas is in the information center with more on this investigation. >> reporter: good morning. todd kohlhepp owned the property where kala brown was found in a met call container last thursday. brown and her boyfriend charles carver were last seen in august. investigators say the body found on kohlhepp's property was the body of chuck wright announced that kohlhepp pointed out two more grave sites. >> yes, mr. todd kohlhepp was here on the scene earlier today. yes he did show us where two more graves are. >> deputies say kohlhepp confessed to killing four people at a motorcycle shop 13 years ago. deputies believe there's a good chance they could find additional remains. in the information center, vida urbonas, 9news.
body shaming a woman at a los angeles gym. dani mathers faces peeping tom charges for taking a picture of a 70-year-old woman while she was in the shower. she's accused of posting that picture in july, ridiculing the woman for her weight. mathers says she knows body shaming is wrong and that the photo was meant to be sent as a private message. we are feeling the broncos fever today. 9news is your home for the broncos game. join us at 5:00 on channel 20. then turn over channel 9. broncos face the raiders in oakland. once it's other, stick with us for live post game reaction from the locker room. hopefully a lot of smiling faces. >> it's a critical game. rod mackey and mike are going to tell us their predictions for tonight's game. we'll get that at 8:55. it's been mild. we've been talking about that this morning. in the earlier morning temperatures, you do need a jacket. >> it's just that time of year.
i just got an e-mail from a viewer saying look, some of us don't want the cold temperatures and snow just yet. higher heating bills. you have to bundle up. shovel that snow. some folks willing to wait on that. >> it's split down the middle, isn't it? you know the colder temperatures are going to come. it's colds. we do have winter here. it's not going to feel very much like even fall today. our temperatures are going to be about 10 degrees above our normal high for this time of year. if it wasn't wouldn't know what season it was. this morning it is a gorgeous morning. if you want to take a run this morning, why not do it for a great cause. the candy run will be happening at wash park and the temperatures for the start of the race will be at 57 degrees. registration starts at 8:30. so this race helps the fetal foundation. hope you guys can go out there. fetal health foundation, rather. i hope you can make it out there. burn some calories and donate
studios. we have that mix of clouds and sun. while in the high country you just saw that live camera of the divide with loveland ski area. they got a little help from mother nature. not only do they have the snow guns blasting because they want to open some time soon. they got three inches currently we have more clouds out east, low visibility in some spots. patchy fog. no advisories are in effect. also some light rain out there. those are the two areas that have the best chances of seeing any moisture today. here on the front range it's going to stay dry. temperatures right now in the 40s out at dia. northern colorado in the 30s
30s. fast forward to this afternoon and your temperatures will be in the 60s out west. 50s for our central mountains. we know we have viewers out there -- temperatures for lower elevations are going to be in the upper 60s. now the rest of the afternoon is going to stay dry for us. we'll have clouds increase again this afternoon. but i want to remind you that sunset tonight will be happening at 4:45 -- around that time. it's going to be it's going to be freaky and crazy. here's a look at your future cast. spotty showers still possible near the divide through the afternoon. then showers out in the eastern plains through about 3:00 p.m. wow it's sunny. can you see the sun on my face? through this evening we'll have those skies gradually clearing while the clouds are steady out in the eastern plains. overnight across the state our skies will start to clear out. tonight temperatures drop to 40 degrees. the planning forecast shows
tuesday, 68. a reminder, get out and vote. can't say it enough. on wednesday, 72. thursday, 67. veterans day gets a cooler, 64 degrees in the forecast. it's looking fantastic. hope you guys can make it out to drop off your donations before you get your weekend started. >> last year or the year before where 9 cares was bitter cold. >> year before that. >> we've had some crumby years. but our viewers don't have to worry about that. drop off your on >> they never seem to care. they come rain, snow, whatever. >> it matters to us because we have to stand outside. they're good. >> we'll be waiting for everyone. >> thank you so much. if you caught snl last night, kudos to you. a bit unusual though. alec baldwin and kate mcken nonbroke character offering a known of levity. >> both of them poked fun at the clinton e-mail scandal and donald trump's relationship with the feds. take a look. >> sort of seemed like the fbi
elected president. >> no, no, that is crazy. the fbi is not trying to help me. the fbi doesn't like me. i mean, what even is the fbi? >> i'm going to go grab some coffee. >> you saw that right? he kissed an fbi guy. it doesn't seem like enough of a story. let's get back to your e-mails. >> i think that's about how she dave chappelle performs next saturday. >> it'll be fun to see him. we need to prepare our plants for winter. but the temperatures don't reflect it. still feels like summer outside. brandon and julie are here to
welcome back, everyone. 8:19. time for proctor's garden. we have brandon and julie joining us today. something interesting to talk about. plants need less water during the wintertime. but not right now. not this year because our temperatures are still really hot. >> that's right. it's still hot. we're not getting -- it's not super cold yet. your plants are living organisms. they still need water. we need to take care of that.
tips. >> so basically everything needs water right now. we haven't gotten anything. so we need to help mother nature out. so rule of thumb you want about an inch of water every two to three weeks. you can do that several ways. you can just use a sprinkler with your hose, you can do some deep root watering -- this is a deep root waterer. what you want to do with this is so you've got a tree here and these are the outer branches. you want to do it around outer branches. that's where the feeder roots are. you don't want to do it next to the base of the trunk. stick this down about 8 to 12 inches and water deeply. then you can see -- if you're using a sprinkler you can set out dishes and measure when it gets to about an inch of water. that fills the dish. then you know how much you've used. >> smart. >> this is not windex. this is just to see how much water is in the glass.
>> or you can use soaker hoses because you want to just go like really snow. >> it should be slow. you don't want to turn on the hose for two seconds and spray it down. use a soaker hose. let that tree really soak up. >> i'm glad you brought it up though. you can imagine the confusion for some people. they're thinking by november i'm having to water my plants less and this year -- >> containers also need water. keep fertilizing. you don't want to fertilize your perennials and trees. they need to but fertilize your containers. >> okay. we went over a lot. we'll post all the details on 9news.com. thank you for making sure plants stay alive and green.
good morning. gary harris returned to the nuggets lineup last night. played his first game of the season. that's about the only good thing i can say about their game with detroit. they only managed to score 12 points in the first quarter. they were down 20-4 before you could set the remote control down. first round pick murray finally scored his first career nba
overcome. nuggets lost 103-86. >> wasn't just flat offensively. couldn't buy a shot. we missed 20 layups. we didn't play any defense either. calvin picardy stopped 32 shots in a shutout win over the minnesota wild. they believe picardy should replace as the avs primary goaltender. captain took it to minnesota's goalie, literally. almost dropped the gloves with him. took the face. really had the shot that counted. he scored the lone goal of the game. a third period power play tally. a lot of post season college football this year. colorado, air force and wyoming are all bowl eligible and colorado state is just a win away now after beating fresno state. csu legend manning the cannon in fort collins. he was busy.
quarter. nick steve hit for a 16-yard score. home team up 16-0. then they added to it. wisconsiny matthews. his first of two short touchdown runs in the game put the rams up 23-0. they were cruising. the defense didn't give up a single point. first shutout since 1997 for colorado state. they won the game 37-0 to get within one victory of bowl eligibility. air force is bowl eligible after beating army yesterday. first career start at touchdown. ran for one as well. falcons won 31-12 to secure the commander in chief's trophy for the 20th time in program
fierce in mosul. isis militants put up the fighting in had mosul -- still fierce in mosul. isis militants put up a desperate fight to maintain their ground. it's a sign of hope for the only schoolgirl to be rescued after being kidnapped by boko harem two years ago. the government says it's still negotiating. smog can be a health hazard. why officials say hazy skies are to blame for the deaths of at least 20 people. call it karma. the man who runs from police ends up begging if officers to help. how a car chase ended up eight feet underground. we are in playoff mode in
taylor plenty busy this week. we'll check in with her at the prep rally. just about 8:30 on your sunday morning. let's get to belen de leon joining us with our forecast. looks like we'll have mild temperatures once again. >> highs in the upper 60s. we're cheering on our broncos. we have our orange on. we have to root for the colorado rapids. they've got a really big game today. they're going to take on the l.a. galaxy. dos sans to coming into town. we have oh gosh, it's going to be a good one. let's take a look at the forecast. the temperatures are going to be in the 60s for the game. that game starts at noon. it's going to be mild, dry, light winds. have fun out there. go rapids. he's the forecast and what's happening. in the last 24 hours we've had kind of a storm brewing from parts of the four corners and just headed into northwestern colorado. i'm going to put this on. that's what i'm going to do.
there we go. this storm system will gradually move into wyoming. as it does it's going to continue to cause spotty showers in the high country and out in the eastern plains. today we'll have a high of 68 degrees. partly cloudy in the city. still really dry. the best bet of seeing moisture will be out in the eastern plains, which is happening right now. also in the mountains. here's a look at doppler 9 and what's falling is in the form of rain and snow in the high country. telluride, looks like the snow out out on the eastern plains the rain has been developing throughout the morning. we have most of the clouds this morning, as well as areas of low visibility and patchy fog. here in the city we have a mix of clouds and sun. our temperatures will be rising into the upper 60s around 2:00 this afternoon. and then we'll have more clouds later today. now keep in mind with that time change, sunset will be happening before 5:00. it's going to feel and look weird out there and dark really early. the temperatures right now are
colorado. 46 in denver and the high country. out in the eastern plains where we have more clouds is where the temperatures are a bit warmer. the highs for today are about 10 degrees above our normal high for this time of year. along i-25. in the mountains, temperatures in the 50s and in the 60s. now those snow showers will gradually come to an end throughout the day. and out on the eastern plains, looks like you guys aren't going to get rid of clouds. we do have rain right now. play on future cast. around 1:30, still a chance for showers out east. possibly near the divide. some very spotty showers. the forecast still dry in the city. clouds around sunset here in the metro area. then through tonight our skies clear here in the city. in the eastern plains we're still looking at clouds. overnight and through tomorrow morning our skies start to clear. but today really is the best bet for us to see any kind of moisture across the state. after today it gets dry and
as the skies clear. tomorrow we see a little bit of a cool down. air quotes, because even this is above our normal high. 63 on monday. tuesday, 68. wednesday, 72. thursday, 67. and for our veterans day just a beautiful day to honor all of them, high at 64 degrees as you're finishing off your workweek. >> sound like a broken record. might as well enjoy the temperatures while you can. the cooldown and all the snow and rain is another day of intense fighting in mosul where iraqi special forces are trying to clear neighborhoods in the last isis stronghold in that country. bombings by isis across iraq have killed at least 20 people -- excuse me -- 20 people this weekend. there's been a bit of a slowdown for iraqi special forces because they're beginning to push into more populated areas. neighborhood wheres terrorists have built up barricades. others are being used as human
efforts by curry commanders to get help by the u.s. and others. in syria, curdish forces are taking a more aggressive approach to fighting isis. they announced their plan to retaining the capital raqqa. it comes on the heels -- curdish officials say it's a -- kurdish officials say it's a coincidence. the army launched the city is a battle zone. officials in turkey have a history of shutting down media organizations. it often leads to protests. authorities arrested nine staff members of an opposition newspaper. police stopped protesters tried to march in the newspaper office. the chief editor and other senior staff members were detained for allegedly
nigeria's army says it's rescued one of over 200 schoolgirls kidnapped in 2014. an army spokesman says the girl was discovered by troops on saturday. she was found with a baby boy, fathered by one of her kidnappers. it was the first army rescue. 21 others were freed last month. around 270 girls were kidnapped in april of 2014 by militant group. dozens escaped. more than 200 remain missing. in eastern pakistan, smog is being blamed for more than 20 deaths. the deaths are from traffic accidents caused by poor visibility. heavy smog has covered several urban and rural areas. officials say many people are suffering from breathing issues, eye irritation, experts say increasing dust from construction, the burning of garbage, factory emissions are
china. dozens of highways in northern china were forced to shut down because of heavy smog. visibility outside beijing is under 200 feet. the local government suggests people sensitive to smog should stay indoors. how about one more for the dumb criminal files. an unusual arrest in oregon after a man accused of stealing a car gets stuck in a badger hole. >> how does this happen? >> can't make it up, folks. >> oregon state police tried to pull over a stolen car. he took off, really wasn't safe. hours later police spotted the car in a ravine. they saw the suspect's dog go through that hole so they followed it. eight feet underground they found the suspect screaming for help. they dug him out and arrested him. >> i just want to point out that's a large badger hole. i don't know much -- >> maybe don't want to know. maybe that's why he was yelling
good morning, everyone. as if state championships didn't carry enough pressure, how would you like it if a fire alarm was going off. that's what happened friday evening at the gymnastics tournament. floor beam, vault and uneven bars gymnasts came ready to the 2015 defending all around champ took first in vault as well as fourth in the all around. but this year it would be her teammate who stole the show. she won the all around, beam and uneven bars. >> i was trying to do it more for the team than myself. and then when i did win it was kind of like oh, that's cool. it's kind of like adding -- it's like the icing on the cake.
mountain's camille finished second in the all around. second place team finisher allie trimble nailed her routine. over on uneve bars it was green mountain striking again. third place all around finisher won the individual event. later on this morning, the playoff brackets for football classifications. first though, it was senior fi would have a 7-0 lead after the first quarter. then check this out. leaves two defenders stunned on this 50-yard run. that would set up a touchdown. gets the shutout to end the season 45-0. regis taking on bear creek in the final game of the year. the raiders had a 27 lead at half. early third quarter dj jackson makes a phenomenal play. spins around not one but two tacklers before ebbing bring
finish the year at 9-1. traveling a few miles down the road. the mavericks got on the board first when junior running back evan hanson finds a nice hole on the right side of the line. he'll sprint 20 yards for the quick six. immediate goes on to win it. taking on weld central in the 2a state playoffs. mcdaniel picks off the pass. he'll take it all the way to the end zone for a pick six. the sun devils go on to finals. over in soccer, jefferson academy versus colorado academy in the 3a playoffs. gets the lone goal of the day. finish here jefferson academy holds on and they advance to the semis. finally, volleyball regionals underway this weekend. would have to get through rocky mountain for a trip back to state.
-- . >> with the election coming tuesday the presidential campaigns are still targeting colorado. you're going to hear this morning from surrogates both for donald trump and hillary clinton. kyle clark had the chance to sit down with newt gingrich who is campaigning for trump. >> thanks for your time. >> glad to be with you. >> down the home stretch we see donald trump campaigning in new mexico, in michigan, in wisconsin, reliably blue state wheres he's trailing. clear path to 270. >> i think just the opposite. it suggests just as the polling shifts he's up 6 points in the l.a. times poll. the idea of blue states and red states and so forth are very dependent on the next election. if they start changing then they go from blue to whatever. >> his momentum is undeniable. there's the fact more and more states have more early voting. in colorado we're all mail in ballot. donald trump came to colorado
of our mail in ballot system. no proof, just this allegation. is that fair? >> it's not fair but it's a genuine worry across the whole country. a number of places where we have found people voting 20, 30 years after they died is not trivial. in some places, philadelphia is a good example, i think there's a good indication they steal a lot of votes. so the notion of ballot integrity is not a small thing. in very close elections it can make >> we've heard from republicans like ron johnson who have suggested that if hillary clinton is elected she should be impeached. is that what republicans should be talking about right now and is that a serious suggestion? >> i think it's a serious suggestion that she will have to be investigated no matter what. because the allegations -- the information, there's so much corruption from so many had different directions that you can't just shove it under the rug.
heard people suggest that if you take bill clinton. you can't separate what people didn't like about him from what they did like. is the same thing true of donald trump? for all the republicans who wish he was more polished or department say inflammatory things. could those things separated out? >> i think it's a package. i think that he's gotten better. he's the only amateur we've ever seen who came out candidates, got to be the nominee and is now -- has a very real chance to win. that's an extraordinary growth curve over a two year period. he's going to make mistakes. he's going to do things that a more seasoned candidate wouldn't do. but on the other hand he has tapped into and responded to an american desire for change. >> thank you for your time.
race, president obama's labor secretary dropped in to denver to stump for clinton. here again, kyle clark. >> nice trip co colorado. >> i'm thrilled to be here. a lot of momentum coming here. heading to nevada, arizona. i think we'll sweep all three states. >> polls show it tightening. is she in trouble? >> i think she's going to do great. she has the values, the to build on the progress of president obama and take it to the next level. your viewers had the opportunity to watch three debates and they weren't a close call each one. she is that steady hand you need. the commander in chief can't be dr. jekyll and mr. hyde and donald trump is temperamentally unfit. >> you're the son of immigrants. donald trump has disparaged immigrants as murderers and
what that says about him. my question is if roughly half the american electorate is standing with him after he says those things, doesn't that say something discouraging about either hillary clinton or the american voter? >> the nation is divided. no getting around that. the good news to me is that we summon our better angels when we reach these points. i'm very confident we'll do that again. this election is the most lifetime. it's not simply about who has a better plan for the economy. i'm very certain that that's hillary. this is about who we are as a nation. are we indeed a nation that comes together. are we a nation that builds walls or are we a nation that builds bridges. hillary is someone who understands that we're stronger together. >> the renewed fbi
suggests that a hillary clinton administration would be filled with investigations and hearings and claims and counterclaims. can you understand why voters would say i don't want to sign up for that. >> when people look at the hillary clinton that i know, like the voters of new york state. not once but twice they said we trust hillary clinton to make sure she's fighting for us. fighting to raise the minimum wage. fighting for immigration reform. fighting for our 9/11 responders. fighting to make sure that we build an america that works for everyone. that's what she's about. >> taking a break from your day job. thank you for your time. >> pleasure to be with you. >> you can register and vote in colorado including on election day this tuesday. to learn how or learn about the issues and candidates on your ballot, head to 9news.com and look for our colorado voter guide. be sure to join us for colorado coverage of election results on channel 20 all night on
broncos waking up in northern california to play the raiders. both teams 6-2. tied for first place in the afc west. tonight's game should be a good one. game time 6:30 tonight. >> our game day live co-hosts are live in california with our game day live preview. >> big game. they're both tied. it's an interesting matchup. raiders have a terrible defense. the broncos have a terrible offense. it'll be interesting to see who comes outs on top here.
the team hotel. it means something. we've sat in this hotel before. we have not expected much of a game at all. we've expected the broncos to roll and they've done just that. this season all bets are off. 6-2 versus 6-2. the classic very good defense for the broncos against a great offense for the broncos -- then you have -- suspect offense for the broncos vers are the raiders ready for primetime? that's what we -- we know the broncos are. thanks to peyton manning they were always in primetime. i think the raiders bring a lot of emotion tonight. >> it's a sunday night game in the black hole. always an interesting place to play. last year when the broncos offense came into this game, actually at oakland and in denver, they failed to score an offensive touchdown. the way that oakland raiders
that can't happen this time around. they have to show up. >> they do. the raiders figure to score. first of all, the broncos defense as good as they are, they gave up a touchdown first drive. right away it's going to put the pressure on the offense to come through. another week without c.j. anderson. the broncos aren't in the best shape for this game. they'll have to come through with the paz demarcus ware and von miller. trevor siemian, which way does he go? >> it's the banged up broncos against the red hot robingland raiders -- red hot oakland raiders. first game day live moments from now. back to you. >> all right. looking forward to it. a lot to talk about. we appreciate it. we'll talk to you later. final check of our forecast. >> if you were curious as to what the forecast is for our
partly cloudy skies. temperatures will be in the 60s around kickoff time. so that forecast is looking still really nice for them to get out an the field. now the temperatures back here are going to be mild. yeah, it doesn't feel very much like fall. we're 18 days away from thanksgiving. here's a look at your extended forecast. tomorrow, a little cooler. a high of 63 degrees. we'll start to warm up. into wednesday where the high will be at 72. by the d little cooldown. temperatures in the low 60s. a reminder that next saturday, 9 cares colorado shares. we want to see all of you out here. i'll be outside in the 9news parking lot. >> everybody start getting your items ready. >> thank you if for joining us this morning. go broncos. >> go rapids. >> that's true.