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NBC
Feb 23, 2016 5:00pm MST
. >>> george carl is back in nuggets. as long as he doesn't half. [ laughter ] >> works for the kings now and job there. rumors are constantly swirling. but he's been canned five times before and beaten cancer twice. so it's kind of hard to rattle him at this point. >> fortunately i'm older and i've gone through almost everything in the world. i can't deny that a week ago, the roller coaster ride, the dance, whatever you want to call it, but i stay pretty balanced. and i actually think -- i was in shock because it all came out after the second winningest month in six years. we had a winning month in january, it could have been a ten-month win. then we lose a couple games and it just gets shake and he crazy. perspective. yeah. he's been through a lot. >> he looks really good. and he sounds happy. >> he's been spitting in the wind all his life. floor tonight. >> tomorrow is sunny and 50. and we'll be in the 60s by the end of the week. that was the storm! you made it! >> we need t-shirts. [ laughter ] >>> breaking news tonight. state of emergency as tornadoes explode across the south. millio
NBC
Nov 10, 2016 5:00pm MST
devastating, absolutely devastating. >> reporter: mom george ann learned her son had the developmental disorder when he was 1 1/2 years old. since them the family has depended on a combination of behavioral therapy and patience. >> for instance, my child did not say i love you until he was autism is still mysterious. >> there isn't one cause and a lot of times we really don't have one specific reason to tell a family what has caused the autism. >> reporter: dr. sandra friedman with children's hospital colorado hopes that will change through the nation's largest autism research study that will gather medical and behavioral medication, family history and dna from 50,000 families across join. >> his autism is like an on on. as soon as -- an onion. as soon as they feel back a layer of it, there's 10 more layers we didn't realize that play a roam. >> reporter: the subjects collect saliva from each family member and then it's mailed in. george ann knows answers might not come right away but one day might help griffin and other children. >> i can rest easier as a parent knowing that some did
NBC
Feb 15, 2016 5:00pm MST
over who chooses the next supreme court court center. >> plus george w. bush has now entered the campaign fray and a fired up donald trump has been he. >> also another new study raises troubling questions >>> it was so windy at one point today, adele, i saw a poor commuter could not open the door of her car. >> yeah. and i heard you got a hard time for not helping that poor commuter out. >> yes, i did. i was going by at my usually sedate. >> 35 miles an hour on i-25? no. >> i should have stopped, but then i saw in my rear view side of the car and then the wind helped her open the door. >> it was windy. we heard about the wind warnings, but it was pretty blustery out there. >> thankfully it's finally improving, adele. it's just breezy out here now, but the winds in the upper layers of the atmosphere are blowing these clouds through. it is beautiful if we can get the wind to lay down a little bit. look at this night in denver. if it's a holiday for you, good for you, lucky you and it must be because notice we're not traffic today. currently at the airport 55 degrees, winds coming i
NBC
Aug 23, 2016 5:00pm MDT
a few hours. >> of course they were. >> because, america. >> george hamilton in this. it is creepy. >> i know. >> strange. >>> tomorrow brings a cool down you will notice the moment you step foot outside. >> kathy is tracking storms that will affect the rest of your >>> one of those days where you thought it was going to rain all day long. you kin of did-- kind of did, you had the rain gear, clouds all day long, kind of felt like rain. then you step outside and it is warm, right? >> yeah, almost 90. no rain in the front range, but that will be changing. 70s for a couple days. a look outside right now, noesly cloud a-- mostly cloudy skies, dry for the evening drive. good thing. little rain in the high country, something we can always use this time of year. 85dia, low 90s southeastern colorado. cool on the western slope. cooler air starting to move in. temperatures 70s between n the west-- winds increasing out of the west-southwest. 77 degrees outside the studios. we have had a little bit of rain this month, seems like a whole lot more than what we reported at dia, we are below avera
NBC
Sep 14, 2016 5:00pm MDT
contracts. they will be taking calls until 5:30. the number to call is 303-69- >> george takei. it is pronounced ta-kay. best known for playing sulu on star trek. he will speak in boulder october 26 at opportunity. it starts at 7:30. they go on sale october 10. we have more information on how to get tickets on 9news.com. >>> the world anti-doping agency says hackers broke into a data base and stole confidential medical data from athletes like simone biles and serena williams and other the substances the athletes are allowed to use. biles medical records were stolen. and released a statement saying she did not break any rules. the ioc says none of the athletes affected by the hack violated any anti-doping ordinances. it is a criminal act aiming to tarnish the reputation of clean athletes. >>> did you download the new ios update with your apple de? not alone, some apple users had installation problems. while downloading the ios10 yesterday. the update failed for some users. they got an error message asking them to plug their device in a mac for a complete restore. apple says the problem
NBC
Feb 11, 2016 5:00pm MST
basketball, back in my neighborhood in park hill, years at george washington high school, years at university of colorado, all i ever wanted to be was a champion. that is it. that is all i wanted to be, not an mvp, not an all star, i wanted to be a champion. before i go, i know i played on a lot of teams, for a lot of organizations, i have been all over, i, chauncey billips, make no doubt about it, will forever and always be a detroit piston. i love you. >> all right. number 1 is on its way to the raptors. and not denver first to retire the number, he led the pistons to the championship, he only played about a quarter of his career in denver, 2 different stints, the first he road the bench. the second time he was terrific but they traded him to the nicks. we know him as pure denver. >> clearly he gave the city everything, the state, they gave a bunch of credit. >> he is a piston as far as the nba goes. >> very nice. >>> tonight, dramatic surrender after a 40-day siege, anti-government protesters now in federal custody, as tens of thousands listened to every heart-stopping moment. >
NBC
Jan 12, 2016 5:00pm MST
. however, during an exclusive pointed out that after the george w. bush presidency, that he promised changed -- change. now something different. to be resonating. matt lauer asked if he feels responsible for that and if he could picture a trump presidency? >> can you imagine donald trump standing up one day and delivering the state of the union address?>> i could imagine -- look, anything is possible. i think we should not be complacent.>> reporter: we are carrying the state of the union address live here. the pres.'s speech is set to begin at 7:00. >>> tomorrow's powerball the winner can take the winning in aust almonds over 29 years or a lump sum of 930 my million dollars. uncle sam will get 40%. lottery officials believed that 80% of the possible number combinations will be purchased before tomorrow's drawing. of course, not every dollar spent on lottery tickets goes to jackpot winners. we followed the money to see how it is spent in colorado. >> reporter: as thousands of coloradans pour money into the lottery, some may wonder where it is going. >> in colorado we like it to go out
NBC
Oct 31, 2016 5:00pm MDT
to the george boston marathon bush administration and the invasion it declared itself the islamic state almost a year and a half after hillary clinton left office as secretary of state. but to the extent the u.s. could have stopped the rise of isis it would have been with military action in iraq and syria. we don't have diplomatic relations with the islamic state. clinton is in charge of diplomacy. the president is in charge of the military. the military decisions were not hers to make as the ad would >> hillary failed. iran got nuclear access. >> this is opinion shared by critics of the iran nuclear agreement. clinton worked on that deal and she supports it. we don't know what will happen as a result. the deal is an agreement not to makewomens for 10 years designed to make it -- make weapons for 10 years designed to make it take longer for iraq to build weapons than that and then have penalties for cheating. access to nuclear material before the deal. >> in benghazi americans died because she did nothing. >> this claim is baseless. if you're going to accuse someone of causing dea
NBC
Sep 7, 2016 5:00pm MDT
also all eight years of the george w. bush presidency and the great recession in between. there are a lot of factors that play into the trend of a shrinking middle class as this ad shows it. the ad goes on about what hillary clinton might mean for the economy. >> spending goes up. >> this 1 is true, at least if clinton gets her way. the trump campaign points to studies of clinton's actual policy proposals by pointed to clinton's own words. clinton has said she'd like to provide universal pre-k, more government coverage of college tuition, 12 of paid family leave following the birth of a child and $2 billion annually for alzheimer's research. those all come with hefty price tags. the question for voters is whether they think these are worthwhile investments and whether they agree with how clinton proposes to pay for the ad might lead you to believe everybody's taxes would go up, but clinton has been very specific about who she thinks out to pay more taxes and proposes tax increases on individuals who earn over $200,000 a year and couples who earn over $250,000 a year. >> hundreds of
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