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CBS
Nov 8, 2016 10:00pm MST
, since the 22nd amendment in 1947. >> and that was reagan-reagan-bush. >> george herbert walker bush. the other thing in history that the clinton people were hoping for is traditionally presidential models when the approval rating of the prede is above 50%, it helps the incumbent party. president obama's approval rating is at 51, i think is the average. it's not helping. it particularly isn't helping in michigan, where the african american vote is not turning out enough to beat the trump insurgency. >> the very thing that peggy raised in your panel, charlie, she said i wonder what the white house singling tonight? even today, the president was on the phone calling radio stations in michigan, in pennsylvania, in congressional black caucus dinner where he gave a very impassioned plea and said i would be insulted -- it would be an insult to my legacy. at one point, even, when he was on the campaign trail said, listen, you know, if you care about what we've done in this white house, think of this as a vote for this to continue. and it seems tonight that voters are sending a very differen
CBS
Sep 16, 2016 10:00pm MDT
. not much rain. a little hail. it's just moving off, the only storm in the state right now. george sent in this. [ laughter ] >> there you go. looks like the br good omen. >> great omen! captioning sponsored by cbs >> we've got a great show tonight. harry connick jr. will be here.
CBS
Nov 22, 2016 10:00pm MST
texas. george king left all alone for the three pointers. cu up by 12. king finished with 12. later in the second half, derek white for three. cu gets the upset win. 68-54 the final there. >>> when we come back, it is not easy being the coach's kid. especially when you have to answer to your mom with 40 megs of internet speed from centurylink, streaming, gaming, or downloading movies. all you need is high-speed internet from centurylink. get up to 40 megs for just $20 a month for one year when bundled with a qualifying home phone plan. speed may not be available in your area. no, that's okay. i'm not hungry. don't worry about me. okay. ? think of your fellow man. ? ? lend him a helping hand. ? ? put a little love in your heart. ? ? take a good look around... ? ? ...and if you're lookin' down, ? ? put a little love in your heart. ? ? (avo) the subaru share the love event is happening now and will have given ninety million dollars >> century link poll question. what's the biggest reason for the colorado buffs turn around? most of you are saying dominating defense. close race. some of
CBS
Aug 22, 2016 10:00pm MDT
. from our weather watchers, 60 degrees in lake george, buena vista 75 degrees and laundry at 87 degrees, 89 degrees in rush and westminster. we take a look at our current conditions. humidity and west winds at 12 miles per hour and a study barometer. christian and her daughters made this little heart-shaped here at the sunrise. they formed that heart this morning and this is christopher crews, a dramatic picture at longs peak. you can see we do have all these flowers as far as the eye can see. this is the sunflower field near dia. temperatures tonight mostly in the 50s and 60s over the eastern plains. 60s out west. tomorrow, you start to see the cooling. 70s and 80s. the south will warm up with 90 degrees. 60s for the high country and out west, temperatures in the 70s to mid-80s. here is that forecast. it's a changing forecast. for tonight, partly cloudy skies, 62 degrees and 600 overnight lows. tomorrow, scattered showers and storms in the mid-80s. for the next several days, how about the mid-70s for start to warm up on friday and saturday keeping the showers and thunderstorms
CBS
Oct 10, 2016 10:00pm MDT
hours of august 18th. but denver detective george gray with the gang unit knows this isn't their first time. >> once i saw these tags come involving these taggers. >> their unique styles and letters lead investigators to believe their so called tagger names are flora and ages. using software which logs reported graffiti they have hit numerous places costing the city thousands. >> they're out there to show that group of how talented they are. >> detectives are now hoping this security paint a clearer picture of who the vandals are and can find them before they tag again. >> it's not about putting them in jail or anything. >> and dpd wants the community to be on the lookout. if you recognize those two men please give police a call right away. if you see anyone leaving graffiti anywhere in the city dpd wants to hear from you. presidential campaign. donald trump spent the day shaking off news that gop leaders are turning their backs. hillary clinton is seizing that opportunity. >> they do focus groups after the debate and we won every poll. >> donald trump had two stop miss the battlegroun
CBS
Mar 4, 2016 10:00pm MST
his own. it happened late monday night. >> reporter: four days after the accident, and all george taylor's family knows is that he was found in this busy intersection. but what happened and why someone would leave him for dead is still a mystery. >> come forward. >> reporter: mario florez is speaking out for his brother, george taylor, who had been fighting for his life. and the backbone on his right leg, that was broken. >> reporter: fort collins police say monday night, someone hit taylor near the intersection of college and state park drive and drove away. his bike and a bag were neatly on the curb. >> why would he cross the street? that's a mystery to us. >> reporter: after several days and surgeries later, he is breathing on his own. >> it's gonna take some time. we got us a long haul. >> reporter: he is hopeful his brother will soon be strong enough to shed some light on what happened. he has a message for whoever it was that left his brother behind. >> i know you're scared, you don't want to come forward. just think, it could have been somebody in your family or one of your
CBS
Dec 1, 2016 10:00pm MST
their homes. >> i smelled smoke irk saw it, i went oh, man! >> reporter: george's property still smells of the fire. he had an hour to grab valuables. >> we just kind of started grabbing stuff. it's a stressful thing. >> reporter: this was the fifth time this month west metro fire has hado green mountain. there is no doubt the fires are human caused. >> it's a little too much to be accidental. >> reporter: investigators do not know what exactly started the fire monday and did not call the fire arson. no suspect has been identified and no motive is known. what investigators do know is that with drought-like conditions, wild land areas next to neighborhood airs turned box >> reporter: the advice right now, if you see anything suspicious, call 911. >>> a mom bought hour before she took her kids out of school. she shot herself in the family mini-van. her two sons also suffered gunshot wounds in the van. investigators stopping short of calling it a murder suicide. >> the boys' preschool released a statement. >>> a family in aurora says crime, and things only got worse when the city mishandle
CBS
Oct 11, 2016 10:00pm MDT
men george howard and raymond solis are charged with bias motivated crimes and assault. >>> developing story and ready to -- murder charges for the man accused of fatally shooting one teenager and critically injuring another. investigators believe the teenagers hopped the fence trying to steal the man's illegal pot plants. karen morfitt joins us live tonight. you've been taking a closer look at whether colorado's make my day law will actually come and play here. >> reporter: karen, when those teens hopped the fence onto someone's property, that raised the question but under that law, homeowner can only shoot and kill an intruder if they believe the person intends to commit a crime. and use physical force. but that right stops at the door. backyards are not included. in this case they say self- that's used. investigators say two teenagers were shot after hopping a fence into the backyard of this home. 15-year-old keylin mosley did not survive and a 14-year-old he was with was critically injured. >> we heard the shots go off, there was about six initially and then a little break and then
CBS
Feb 24, 2016 10:00pm MST
him. needing a win to boost their tournament hopes, george king started the second half on fire. ten quick points, two of them here on the steal and flush, then senior took over. josh scott finished with 26. cu beats the top 25 team of the season, 75-72, might be time to avs trying to take business at home before hosting the red game. presence felt. he gives the avs the first goal of the jam. a power play goal and gave -- pokes to one home, five minutes remaining, avs lead 3-2. nuggets don't look like a team playing on back-to-back nights against the clipper, the man mall doing those things. bulls his way to the goal, gets the bucket. 17 at the half. nuggets just out hustled the clippers tonight. with the steal, and flush, and currently denver leads in the fourth, 76-64. >>> up next, pitching is usually a problem with for the rockies, why a switch to centurylink prism tv, and get the same great channels cable gives you, without having to deal with cable. yes and? and...there's whole home dvr. plus tons of on demand options so you can watch whatever, whenever. yes and? why do you
CBS
Aug 28, 2016 10:00pm MDT
much left of this red toyota tacoma after the driver passed george humphrey on parker road going the wrong way. >> it happened at morgan and i passed him write about here just before you get there. >> reporter: george was driving south in the middle lane when the wrong way driver speeding north in the southbound lane next to the grassy median came -- sites wiping him. >> reporter: how close did he come to hitting you? >> a few inches. >> reporter: that close. >> i could have reached out and touched his car. >> reporter: the tacoma clipped one vehicle, went airborne over two people on a motorcycle, then collided head-on with another vehicle. the tacoma caught fire. parker police say they found smaltt scene. >> that guy was either severely intoxicated, so much so that he had no idea where he was or he was on some kind of suicide mission. >> reporter: george was driving 55 miles per hour but the other guy was so fast it was a blur. >> if i had to guess, i would say 65 miles per hour .>> reporter: are you feeling lucky? >> i definitely am feeling lucky >> reporter: can't blame him for be
CBS
Sep 2, 2016 10:00pm MDT
george saw the subject minutes earlier. >> just because of the way he was walking, just a slow patience not a normal pace >> reporter: police arrived and is arrested grayson at the scene. >> i really want to see this person put away. he was too young to lose his life that. shoppers were unaware and came by to find the store closed and their favorite worker gone. >> i'm just shocked, why someone so yen? >> he always had a smile on his face. people just can't get along, and that really hurts. and the tragedy that happened >> reporter: we do have a link with that information on our website. cbsdenver.com. melisa garcia, cbs4 news. >>> new information about another murder investigation a few blocks away. early yesterday morning, a man's body was found near 76th and pecos. he had been shot to death. his murder could operation. >>> police announced the arrest of levi cisneros, charged with first degree murder. >>> there is a now a memorial sign for a young kid hit while skateboarding in denver. today friends gathered in the neighborhood. rebecca says it shouldn't take a tragedy like
CBS
Oct 18, 2016 10:00pm MDT
. >> reporter: george at says marshal renner force was to blame but they couldn't prove that until 26 years later. in 1997 when an ailing forbes confessed to the murder. >> my recollection is that he was very ill. he was unable to leave the nursing home. and apparently just wanted to get it off his chest. >> reporter: he never served prison time and now one fbi theory is fellow stp member say he planted the bomb found outside the nederland police department. investigators identified the 64- year-old by a cell phone that failed to trigger the device. so far tonight, that theory remains unproven. and it's unclear whether it will be part of federal prosecutors case against ansberry. live in boulder, lauren dispirito, cbs4 news. >>> develop and now a man is accused of harassing at least two young girls in thornton. on october 3rd a girl saw a naked man in a car near 134th and high street. he motioned for her to come over. a week later a man drove up to another girl and made lewd comments. in both cases the man was driving a white four-door sedan. >>> developing news the search for thre
CBS
Feb 25, 2016 10:00pm MST
-- claimed he was building a new republican party, criticizing george w. bush and praising planned parenthood. >> millions and millions of women, cervical cancer, breast cancer, are helped, by planned parenthood. >>reporter: but for all of the damage, rubio and cruz did tonight, and they did get the best of trump, i'm not sure it will sway voters, i'm not sure but we'll see, come this next tuesday. when nearly 600 delegates are up for grabs. thank you. >>> now, a developing story yesterday. a homeowner shot three park county deputies trying to serve an eviction notice. corporal nate carrigan dies. deputy has been upgraded. kelly, you've been taking a closer look at the moments leading up to the deadly gunfire. >>reporter: well, jim, we should mention that evictions normally there can be those cases where the homeowner refuses to leave, and that can create a very enforcement. which is exactly what we saw here yesterday morning. this. >>reporter: when park county deputies went to evict martin wishth from his home, they knew there was a risk. last month, wirth threatened to shoot the fist cop he
CBS
Nov 3, 2016 10:00pm MDT
arrest warrant for aaron spontaneo and vasquez. george brauchler says they should turn themselves in. >> the path that says they are deserving of more mercy is turning should be wary of any contractor who wants the money up front. they cheated customers out of almost $143,000. >>> new video shows the moment a bus crashes into a home in san antonio, texas. police say a pickup truck ran a stop sign and t-boned the transit bus. nobody was hurt. but video in the back of the bus shows two passengers in the pickup running from the scene. the 18-year-old driver stayed >>> well, we could finally see some moisture in the next few days. >> by christmas, ed? [ laughter ] >> maybe. maybe. as we take a look at doppler 4,000, doesn't look like it is working. that is how clear the skies are around here. no moisture. at least, along the front range. but take a look at this. starting to see a little moisture over the southwest. in the southwest, there is another system. more about that in a moment. here is the cool front that came through. gave us 62 yesterday. now today, temperatures moderating a li
CBS
Oct 25, 2016 10:00pm MDT
. that would make him the first third-party candidate to win a state since george wallace back in 1968. mcallen was in lakewood today and lauren dispirito covered >> reporter: if he does win utah, and then neither trump nor clinton secure a majority of the electoral college votes, and it's a slim chance that would happen, but a chance, then the election goes to the house of representatives where some political analysts say he would be elected. despite having virtually no shot at winning by popular >> thank you. >> reporter: campaigning for the first time in colorado, independent presidential candidate evan mcmullin started his event sharing his background acknowledging many of the people in his own audience might not know who he is. >> someone had to stand on principle. i didn't know if this would be successful or how it would play out. >> reporter: the third-party candidate is only on the ballot in 11 states. but is gaining attention as polls show him tied or leading the race in utah. where conservatives show reluctance to vote for republican candidate >> a new conservative movement w
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