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Jan 8, 2016 4:00pm MST
about a slowdown in china's economy helped drive stocks downward again today. >>> speaking of china, china's major stocks regained some ground today, after beijing decided to stop a circuit breaker that halted trading. it stops trading for a certain period when a substantial market fluctuation occurs. it's been blamed for exaspirating the market selloff. it was designed to actually limit. building are forking over our $2 for a chance at the now $800 million jackpot for powerball. yes, i'll cop to handing over my money for the office pool. the astronomically overwhelming odds is you'll still see us showing up to work next week, but yes, the jackpot is up for grabs. no one won the powerball drawing on wednesday. the jackpot cranked above $800 million this morning. the next drawing of numbers is going to be tomorrow night. to say that the powerball ticket is a hot ticket, well, that might be putting it mildly. >> a typical week of sales of million. this week alone we are well five days in. >> crazy stuff. in the 15 years that we've had powerball here in colorado, the state has only pro
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Nov 4, 2016 4:00pm MDT
china is more than 6,000 miles from colorado, a growing number of students here are takes to us a school where it's mandarin first. >> reporter: inside the walls of the denver language school, this classroom sounds a lot like the streets of beijing. >> there are huge brain benefits. >> reporter: kathy benzil is principal of this dps charter school. from kindergarten through 8th grade students here are fully immersed in either spanish mandarin chinese. with the exception of english class it's the same common core curriculum taught in other schools only taught here in another language. >> so math and science and social studies as well as language arts is taught in that language. >> reporter: and out of the 715 students here 350 are learning mandarin chinese, a language stone by nearly 1 billion people around the world who is originally from shanghai. >> i feel like language learning is not very pop march or well known here -- popular or well known here as opposed to china, but this environment, this school, totally embraced the idea. >> reporter: mandarin chinese is spoken based on
NBC
Jan 5, 2016 4:00pm MST
losses. yesterday, the relatively stable trading came a day after the dip in the china index. the dow deigned 9 and the s&p edged up 4. the nasdaq fell 11 today.>>> the treasury secretary stopped to talk about my are a -- my are a -- ra. it is aimed at people that do not have 401(k) programs at work. treasury fun. that comes with a good to grow your money through stock funds. we have 9news reporter to talk part of the plan.>> the trade- off to me is that you get a safe investment, but you don't have the potential return. the fund that he goes into tracks a little over 2% right now. >> what tiki five does is it addresses the issues that are an obstacle for people to get started saving. they want something to save and something that is affordable. i think that yields is something that has two sides to it. higher yields mean higher risk. there is nothing safer than investing in u.s. treasuries. it is not so easy at five dollars per week to invest in a u.s. treasury. if you get to a maximum of $15,000, you can put it into an ira in graduate to more conversant -- commercial investment prod
NBC
Jan 4, 2016 4:00pm MST
. the china index plunged 7% triggering a trading halt after manufacturing slumped again. >>> a new partnership. two companies plan to ask you -- to open u.s. hubs where people can rent gm vehicles to earn money. gm is investing $500 million in the venture. the cars would be available -- that would be available would be chevrolet, buick, pontiac the investment came as part of a $1 billion in fundraising. >>> another big investor is saudi arabia's king holding. it is listed at $5.5 billion. that is about 5% of gm's value. we have no idea where they will be. >>> the government and the environment -- environmental protection agency said software designed to cheat on emissions. it allowed 40 times federal standards according to the government. volkswagen executives admitted to cheating on software on diesel engines going back to 2009. >>> people partitions -- petitioning the president to pardon a convicted killer featured in a netflix series. it involves steven avery and his nephew. into thousand five. both men maintain innocence as they serve their life sentences. petitioners are askin
NBC
Jan 27, 2016 4:00pm MST
seized thousands of counterfeit hoverboards that were shipped from china. copycats do not meet safety standards and they could explode. they have confiscated a record 16,000 hoverboards.>> we expect the number to increase substantially since we have only processed one third of shipments. once this is finished, i am confident that the seizure value will exceed $10 million. >> the imitation boards are even marked with a fake trademark. this could hurt business for legitimate hoverboards. >>> mitt romney celebrated a victory in iowa when we learned that it was actually rick santorum. it put a spotlight on a confusing caucus process which relies on paper notes and phone calls. now microsoft has a mobile app designed to bring caucus night into the current century and the digital age. precinct chairs are in charge meetings and they will be able to access this special screen. microsoft give our sister station in seattle a sneak peek of how it will work. the parties reflect their rules for selecting a winner. the idea is that it will allow state parties to more easily collect information and
NBC
Jan 25, 2016 4:00pm MST
. china has given the fast food giant better than expected quarterly sales. today's report is really the first one to reflect the menu changes. one expert says in the short- term breakfast that's really helped that in the short-term, that has helped the company regain some of its mojo. it's popular. a lot of people like it. >> i like breakfast all day. >> they were struggling. >> they were. and they say a loot -- lot of shift workers love it. they start at different times of the day. >> have a hankering for breakfast. >> egg mcmuffin. >> at 2:00 in the afternoon. you can do it. >>> compact suvs, they're the hottest segment. they're promoted as an all terrain vehicle. >> need a little four-wheel drive. they're easy on the gas. smaller to park there. there's a down side. consumer reports found big differences. >> three of the most popular suvs were put to the test. the sue row -- subaru forester. >> all suvs are not the same. there's tires, stability control, all-wheel drive systems, when taken together, that's what terms how well the performance is in the snow. there was a 2.3 second
NBC
Jan 7, 2016 4:00pm MST
fell today because of a concern about a slowdown in china giving the markets its worst drop in three months. the price of oil saying to its lowest level in 12 years. global markets around the world continue to struggle. there is a weakening in the china currency to its lowest level since 2011. the dow industrial average dropped 392 points. the s&p luxist 47 points. the nasdaq fell 146 points. >>> patent -- fell 46 points. >>> gary kubiak told the broncos this morning who that starting quarterback will be. we are hearing that quarterback, brock osweiler, the story broke this morning. there is a lot of discussion about this. many people would say that peyton manning did a great job coming in. he did not throw a lot and he was reading the defense plus he has experience. does john elway have a say too? >> i am sure that elway had a say. ultimately, it was gary kubiak's decision. when he made a decision the other day to go with peyton manning in a moment of trouble, that is why i have been saying all along that peyton manning hand to start. when you go into playoff game, let's say it is a
NBC
Jan 15, 2016 4:00pm MST
today it's going to sell its appliance business to china's haier group. u.s. and chinese regulators still have to sign off on the deal to make it happen. if approved, haier will get the right to use ge branding on appliances for 40 years. general electric says it's moving away from consumer products. it wants to focus on industrial manufacturing and technology. this week, ge also announced they will move the company headquarters to boston. >>> major league baseball fans are winners even before that mlb lawyers told a manhattan federal court judge that fans will be able to buy single-team tv packages if they don't live market. the decision to enable single- team tv packages came after lawyers for the national hockey league settled their side of the court case last year. the nhl already agreed to let fans buy single-team plans for a little bit cheaper than >> hmm. >> there you go. all of them. around. >> yeah, if you're just a fan of one team, why pay for all 30- something teams. >> right. sure. share and share alike. works out. >> they don't give you a huge break, i'll tell you that,
NBC
Feb 10, 2016 4:00pm MST
fastest. today china announced its first case and officials in alabama confirmed the first case in that state as well. there is a map of other confirmed cases in the u.s. there have been at least 35 cases of zika in the u.s. from people who traveled to affected countries. people is spread through mosquito bites to most people. there are several cases where it mate have also spread through sexual -- may have also spread through sexual contract. >>> electronic cigarettes or vaporizers pledge to be safer than cigarettes or tobacco, but a teenager was badly burned last month after the lithium battery inside his e cigarette blew up in his pants pocket. with against the battery causing the entire device to blow up. he was treated for second and third degree burns on his upper right leg and stomach. doctors say explosions like this are happening more frequently as more people vape. >> there appears to be some sort of connection with either rechargeable batteries having been overcharged or some moisture that gets into the casing and then it causes an explosion. >> in the past 12 months doctors
NBC
Feb 15, 2016 4:00pm MST
his daughter was adopted from china. the 17-year-old accused of shooting geer is in custody. prosecutors will decide whether to charge him as an adult this week. >>> someone vandalized the police memorial that sits outside the denver police headquarters again. the red paint may look familiar. that's exactly how the memorial was defaced one year ago during an anti-police protest. two suspects were arrested and convicted in that case. cameras on the plaza where the memorial stands. investigators think they know who is responsible for this latest incident. denver's police chief says it is disheartening to see the memorial vandalized a second time. >> i really felt sick. that memorial represents men and women who have given their lives serving this community and to deface it is a dishonor to those individuals and the men and women in this department and the community. >> the mayor michael man congress said he was -- hancock said he was extremely upset. >>> a number of people got a rude awakening this morning. victims tell us vandals were throwing rocks through windshield. denver
NBC
Sep 7, 2016 4:00pm MDT
steve handelsman, nbc news new york. >>> first is said to be a tough issue with isis and china and russia all on the rise. the forum airs live tonight here on 9news at 6:00. >>> another foggy and cloudy start to the day has given way to clear skies, warm temperatures next to no chance for rain in the denver this evening. parts of the high country gusty winds are an issue where dry conditions have elf sainted the fire danger. meteorologist -- have elevated the fire danger. meteorologist belen deleon is joining us now. >> really mother nature could not have come through as a more opportune time as we're watching for mostly sunny skies and warm temperatures. nice to see sunshine this afternoon. earlier today we were stuck with all those clouds. pushing in. on our web camera over the cheesman park area you'll notice a little blue sky starting to pop through with some clouds as well. maybe we don't quite have that camera, but i can tell you it has been a fantastic afternoon, mid-80s around the front range, kind of right where we should be for this time of year. the storms have held off
NBC
Sep 5, 2016 4:00pm MDT
between our two countries. the president flew in from china where he attended the g20 summit. he acknowledged the damage caused by the u.s. bombing campaign across the border in vietnam during america's war with that country. >>> most americans were enjoying the holiday. this was a busy workday for hillary clinton, donald trump the beginning of the end for election season, the last push towards november. today clinton and trump crossed spots at a critical spot on the political map. here's nbc's brian mooar. >> reporter: two presidential campaigns on the same tarmac in cleveland and that's no coincidence. on this labor day holiday hillary clinton and donald trump were working hard for votes in ohio, the state that could settle this 2016 presidential race. >> we're going to bring jobs back to ohio! we're going >> reporter: from quite literally grab the bullhorn at a local fair after he and running mate mike pence sat down with labor leaders a few miles away hillary clinton reached out to the ersat a picnic -- to supporters at a picnic but had to contend with a prolonged cougng fit.
NBC
Aug 9, 2016 4:00pm MDT
medals at the olympics while china has dominated the sport winning 15 of the 16 gold medals ever >>> now she's here in colorado looking for her mile high forever home. she has one eye that's been removed. she had a bad infection. but this strong girl is doing great. she's recovered and ready to go home lap kitty. it's really important. she's ready to snuggle with you. she's white and gray. she's six months old. she's got r whole life ahead of her. ready to be part of someone's family. if you want to adopt her, contact rocky mountain li rescue (303)744-6076. jonathan and kim. >> she's sweet. i love it. >>> we have the medal count. u.s. has 22 total. 8 bronze, 8 silver, and 6 gold medals as we mentioned earlier the u.s. gymnastics team won gold for the second consecutive olympics. >>> we're going to watch any way no matter what. that's going to do it for us. 9news at 5:00 is coming up next. ranchers offer $10,000 in reward money to catch whoever's killing their cattle and wild antelope. >>> it's the first day that colorado officially recognizes e legal use of rain barrels. a reminder of wh
NBC
Jan 13, 2016 4:00pm MST
team will have a lot of competition from brazil, china and japan. we will be talking a lot about that along with other things with the women on the soccer team and the next day and a half or so. >> we know that the galleries for soccer are just huge. >> reporter: yes, it is a big draw and a big audience worldwide. there are growing numbers in the united states. when you talk about the popularity in this country, the women of the u.s. soccer team are behind a lot of that. they do magical things and we have seen that in the past couple of years.>> young athletes everywhere want to be them, which is good. >> go usa. reporter: i'm trying to keep up with them.>> good luck with that.>>> i don't know what that is, but that is okay. >> it is an in and out burger. come on.>> when you have of physique like mine, you stay away from the hamburgers.>> yeah right. a very svelte and good-looking matt renoux in los angeles. thank you matt . >> i'm sorry about that. >>> mayors in two different cities have different reactions about the relocation of one nfl team.>>> you could get kim the >>> break
NBC
Aug 12, 2016 4:00pm MDT
two or reaches 30 points. the united states has never medalled in olympic badminton while china has won38 of the 91 >>> track and field started today. we've got more swimming tonight with michael phelps and katie ladecky both set to make more olympic history. >> the story today in rio is a shocking one for the women of usa soccer. they're out. they lost in a shootout in sweden. cheryl and matt are in olympic park. we could say this is a big giant understatement to say no one expected this from the women's soccer team. they're ly >> reporter: i know. it wasn't even on really anyone's radar that they could lose to sweden. i mean think about this. u.s. women's soccer has won four out of five of the last olympic gold and they have never failed to make a final match at the olympics since soccer started being a sport in 1996. i think a lot of people just assumed they were going to come here and win gold. >> reporter: it's difficult to medal at the olympics, but this thought well, bronze, silver most likely gold for sure. they're the world cup champions. they were trying to do something th
NBC
Oct 26, 2016 4:00pm MDT
? >> we don't know what to say to you right now. it is kind of like fine china. one of those things that you just don't drink out of. you leave it way up there on the shelf so the kids can't get to it. >> yes. >> i'm sorry. that is just -- people might have different ways of remembering. >> prime rib served on grandpa. >> grandpa is a tumbler or a teacup now. >> i won't invest in the company. >> please don't. >> know. we are good. >> what is next tomorrow? i don't want to know. >>> the broncos have a short week after monday night football. rob mackey is at the bronco's huddle with how the team is getting ready for the chargers on sunday. >>> and game two of the world series. >>> we all love a second chance. the broncos fans get a second chance is weekend. >> yes they do. we get the chargers at home. >> that is right. a new week. we are going to talk about that tonight on the denver huddle with emmanuel sanders. >> do you want to see what trevor sees? be sure to watch the broncos huddle tonight as sanders and guys that can do that better then me. both of those guys had a big game monday n
NBC
Jan 6, 2016 4:00pm MST
tumbled on more sides. the china economy is slowing. the tao mack fell 252 points. the s&p luxist 26 and the nasdaq fell 55. -- fell 26 and the nasdaq fell 55.>>> now, let's raise the chandelier. it is gorgeous, this is the 1700 pound chandelier that hangs above the house of west ridge -- representatives. it is heavier since restoration. it was designed to run on gas and electricity and it has been polished to its original shine. above it is the green ceiling with intricate sketch work that had been covered for decades with drab acoustic tile. it all started when former -- frank mcnulty, asked them to check a faulty radiator.>> then he said, while you are at it, let's take off some tiles.>> it had been so long that nobody is around that remember the chamber before the acoustic tiles. when the panel started coming off to see what was underneath it, we were all shocked.>> the chandelier, isn't that something. that led to the skylight been restored next to the chamber where the balls are red and stick -- the walls are red instead of green. there is a visitor gallery so you can see it al
NBC
Feb 25, 2016 4:00pm MST
treating male scientists in china if it is successful, they could make sperm from a man's only skin cells. out of 379 eggs in born. it is far from human testing but it is hopeful. >>> february is heart health month and i'm sure you've heard the numbers. heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women. and the experts say we have to focus more on prevention of heart attacks rather than wait for people to have heart attacks. here is the bottom line on four tests that can save your life. >> reporter: there are four simple tests that can catch heart damage when it can still be reversed. cartiologist khan says people don't know it, but we've come a long way in terms of prevention. >> it remains sadly the no. 1 if you don't die of it, it can get really messed up. yes, we can detect it early, we can prevent it, reverse it. you just gotta know early in the game. >> reporter: the doctor says people over 50 should have heart tests at least once and sometimes more often depending on the results. test one is a special ct scan that checks for calcium deposits in your arteries.
NBC
Aug 11, 2016 4:00pm MDT
trampoline and china leads with 7 total medals. >>> spoiler alerts. results warning. earmuffs, we are tell you that the outcome -- >> don't touch your mobile device. >> airs tonight in primetime, if you will watch it put the mute button on and we will pause so you can do that. here is the news. u.s. gymnast simone biles has flown her way to the olympic gold medal. and her teammate aly raisman won the silver. >> love her. >> congratulations and rock stars and we will leave it at >> somebody in the room say it is safe. you can join us again. team usa is continuing its dominance. we know you will love watching the competition. we do. we are addicted. >> let's take the 6-mile thousand journey to rio technology and talk to cheryl and matt. a big evening. >> you know what, a how long evening and it has been just an awesome day from badminton. >> to basketball. >> and h >> to everything swimming. >> gymnastics. >> big one. >> you will find a sport you love and find an athlete that has you asking how in the world is that even possible? that's what happens every time simone biles competes.
NBC
Nov 17, 2016 4:00pm MST
says the incoming president and kissinger discussed china, russia, france and the european union. a source close to donald trump tells nbc mitt romney is considered secretary of state and there are also reports that south carolina nikki haley is being considered for secretary of state. vice president-elect mike pence met with gop leaders on capitol hill and took a quick action on the donald trump agenda. >> we'll rebuild our military, revive our economy. >> the vice president-elect said he is county that donald trump's administration can find -- he is confident that donald with democrats. nancy pelosi could possibly leave her position. ohio representative tim ryan announced he plans to challenge her. he said under the current leadership democrats have been reduced to the smallest minority since 1929. ryan says pelosi doesn't have enough support. she says she has support from 2/3 of the caucus. >>> about the ball spent the day in germany -- president obama spent the day in germany as part of his final foreign tour. chancellor angela merkel and said he's cautiously optimistic about hi
NBC
Sep 30, 2016 4:00pm MDT
up with people ordering them onhine from china. >> like 50 to $100 for a couple of them. >> reporter: and when it comes to the fake i.d.'s, the quality varies. some are as shabby as it gets. while others look a little closer to the real thing. >> some of them i have a hard time telling apart.
NBC
Sep 19, 2016 4:00pm MDT
games china topped the by britain, the ukraine and the u.s. >>> the smithsonian for african american history and culture is almost ready to open in washington d.c. and there is a special section for athletes. >> olympic gymnast gabby douglas is just over 5 feet tall. she broke through the barrier by becoming the first african american woman in history to become the first all around champion in gold, all around and team competitions at the same olympics. in this summer's summer games in rio douglas helped the u.s. win a second consecutive gold medal in the team event. >> we've included gabby douglas because it's important that women and their contributions to sports and larger political social issues is demonstrated in this gallery. >> some of douglas' training equipment is on display at museum. there's a leotard, some of her competition wear. the blue see. features several athletes -- the museum features several athletes gear. it also features boxing gear of muhammad ali. he won the gold heavyweight medal in rome. he turned pro and started training at the fifth street gym in miami wh
NBC
Sep 6, 2016 4:00pm MDT
diplomatic drama for the president in china where he locked horns with vladimir putin, perhaps their last while obama is in office, the two unable to agree on a cease fire. here in laos president obama while attending the summit will also visit a relief agency that helps victims of the bombings. the government in laos said it will step up efforts to help troops. now back to you. >> prosecutors say 13 women accusing bill cosby of drugging and sexually assaulting them over a span of four decades are willing to testify at his sex assault trial in pennsylvania. they include aspiring actresses, a flight attendant, a waitress and a masseuse who said cosby used his celebrity to win their trust before drugging and assaulting them. prosecutors asked a judge today to allow the women to testify as witnesses to a pattern of criminal behavior began in 1964. cosby has only been criminally charged in one case. cosby's attorneys say their client is being treated unfairly. >> to accept the assumption of guilty by numbers or guilt by volume is really the same thing as accepting the assumption of guilt befo
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