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>> reporter: we are standing right now, just behind the strip club right up here, on the side of a nearby business. you can see where a bullet struck that wall, and then over there if you take a look, that parking lot is directly behind pt's centerfold show club. a spokesperson told us police are working with local businesses around here to get the reins video that may help them catch the killer. in a parking lot full of beer cans, behind this denver strip club, police responded to a shooting near hampton and galena just after sunday. >> somebody shut behind the building. >> reporter: they found a man dead on the sidewalk and covered his body with a tent. grief stricken family members showed up to see where their loved one was gunned down. officers searching for evidence placed markers where pieces of clothing still lie on the pavement. patrons cars became part of a crime scene. >> is this your vehicle? >> yes. >> reporter: others in the area
>> it's really unfortunate. it's really sad. >> reporter: she arrived at 7:00 a.m. to a nearby office building for her morning class to see investigators working to figure out what led up to the deadly gunfire. >> really, could be anyone. he could be anyone one of us. i mean, it's just an eye- opener. you know, just kind of keeps us on alert. >> reporter: the victim's body was sent for autopsy with the denver coroner. as firefighters washed away what remained outside the club that was c be careful where you hang around. >> reporter: police were not able to tell us if they recovered the suspects weapon. right now police have no suspect description and they also have not released the victim's identity. live in denver, melissa garcia, cbs4 news. >> thank you. aurora police are trying to find a man missing for a week. walter rogers the man you see
dementia. rogers was last seen in the 7100 block of south ukraine street last sunday. he was not reported missing until today. rogers was last seen wearing a brown baseball cap, blue jeans with black shoes. if you have information in the case, call aurora police. some people in denver's capitol hill neighborhood woke up this morning to find that their cars had been vandalized. the tires were slashed on up to four vehicles in the area of 11th and logan. right now they have no information on any suspects. stolen cars on the rise here in colorado. between 2014 and last year auto theft rose by nearly 30%. cbs4's howard nathan looked at the problem and how certain cars are being targeted most often. >> reporter: tom, this is the honda civic and also the honda accord, popular cars. they are also popular cars with thieves. at that's according to a colorado insurance group. where they tell us, the rocky mountain insurance association,
thieves. some folks just don't bother to lock their car. some of that is the result of the old well, it can't happen to me. when it does, you're giving a thief access to your life. >> when they steal your car they have all your personal information, garage door opener, we had one ring of these that were using it for home invasions. they were stealing the car to break into the home. so when you're thinking about leaving your car unlocked, leaving it running unattended at -- or a spare key in the vehicle, think again. >> reporter: why this particular car? the black market wants it, they also want the parts to the car. reporting live in denver, howard nathan, cbs4 news. thank you. here's an update now on the beavercreek fire burning near the colorado wyoming border. crews are preparing for what they call critical fire weather. that means high temperatures and low humidity could spread the fans. so far nearly 37,000 acres have burned. containment is at 53%.
that fire under control until mid-october. this weekend homeowners were allowed to go back to their properties. check in with dave aguilera and colorado's weather center. eighty-three right now and a few clouds out there. will we see any rain? >> i don't think we'll see rain in town but if you live in southern douglas, park county, jefferson county, you might get a little sprinkle out of the storm's firing. on doppler 4000 in a moment, get a lot of our highs today. summer really came back with a full force today. ninety in boulder, 90 fort collins, the same ninety-one in denver. grand junction out there on the western slope was at 92. doppler 4000, you can see thunderstorms popping up from down south. across the sacred crystal, the same ones, and from gunnison, all the way up into park county, thunderstorms building up here, here is denver. so you can see some clouds moving to the city but if you
little isolated storm coming here, but it shouldn't move into the major area of the metro area tonight. we won't last long, those that do form at all. in fact as we look at the futurecast, the green shades down here, that's where the best chances of rain are. you can see as we go into the evening, they bubble job -- near castle rock and go away quickly. should be a dry night for most of us this evening. coming up in the week ahead we do have another cold front double swing through. and give us some 70-degree readings once again. i'll le will arrive in a few minutes. >> we'll take it. native americans in denver are protesting the controversial dakota access pipeline. that project rather would build an oil pipeline that spans 1100 miles between north dakota and illinois. members of the standing rock sioux tribe in north dakota say the pipeline could contaminate the local drinking water. supporters in denver say the u.s. government is not honoring their sacred land. >> it goes against their treaty rights. so they are fighting right now,
rights. >> this is something very serious. it affects everyone, not just me, my people but generations that will follow. we are here with my family up in north dakota, south dakota, fighting for our water, they need to under the treaty rights. >> construction of the pipeline is on hold due to the ongoing protests. happening tonight, health officials in there moore county will spray for mosquitoes in fort collins. this is the second of two planned sprays to prevent the spread of west nile virus. that spraying starts at 8:30 and will be done by midnight. it comes just days after florida announced that mosquitoes are spreading the zika virus in an area of south beach. new video from cherry creek reservoir shows a truck stuck in the water at the west boat ramp. a 7-year-old and her grandfather were inside at the time but both were able to make it out. south metro firefighters say the truck lost traction and rolled into the water. a dive team was called into attached okay most of the
a diver went down and placed an airbag to try to get it free. they were able to pull the vehicle out after a few hours. tonight the olympic flame will be asked and wished in rio. it's the final day of competition, closing ceremonies tonight will mark the end of the games. united states dominated the medal count, we won another gold today in men's basketball with our team beating serbia by 30 points. great britain came in second in that medal count and china in third. host country brazil 13th overall. also today, a statewide special olympics competition hundreds of athletes took part in the weekend events. cbs4's kelly worth and met some of the excited competitors. >> reporter: while the world is busy watching olympians compete in rio colorado families are supporting some very special athletes giving their all in highlands ranch. >> how did you win that gold medal? >> i did good in tennis. >> they always play to the
they care about winning. they care about carrying their part of the team or individual sport. they are excited to be out here. >> it's a privilege. to be in the special olympics. >> reporter: alex nogueira is among the 600 athletes taking part in the colorado special olympics at redstone park. like his competition he loves tennis. >> hitting shots are hard, but once you get in the groove when you start getting used to it, then it comes naturally. >> the game is so much. >> reporter: special olympians are vying for the gold, silver and bronze in a variety of's -- sports. >> i like basketball tennis and swimming. >> congratulations. is that the bronze medal? >> yeah. >> awesome job. >> reporter: these games support athletes of all ages and abilities. many compete on unified teams helping some young athletes prepare for trying out for different sports at school. >> people with and without
people that the tremendous abilities of our athletes, the talents that they bring to the table and making friends. >> reporter: not every special olympian walks away with a medal, but alex says he and his fellow athletes leave these games with inspiration worth more than gold. >> everybody learns something every day. and i never give up. and that's important to never give up. >> reporter: in littleton, kelly worth, cbs4 suspected in a crash that killed an innocent driver on federal boulevard. and an update on the fast- moving wildfire that has now burned more than 100 homes in california. it's a lovely sunday afternoon out there. a few clouds moving in but some pretty nice temperatures. check out south denver. john snyder is coming in at 86.
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developing now an innocent driver is dead after getting caught race. that crash shut down parts of federal boulevard and the i-76 on-ramp for most of saturday evening. cbs4's jeff todd reports from the scene where the state had just spent millions trying to prevent racing. >> they were racing southbound, ran the red light and at that point a northbound vehicle was making a left turn on northbound federal to westbound 76. he got t-boned.
was coming. the impact sent the car spinning into a light post. the driver was the only person inside. pronounced dead at the scene. >> don't be racing down the street. >> reporter: the driver and passenger inside this new chevy sedan were sent to the hospital. it's expected the driver will be cited. the second racing car left the scene and investigators don't even have a good description of the car they are looking for. >> all we have was a chevy. >> reporter: the crash happened just after 5:00. federal was closed for hours into the night. as investigators mapped out exactly what they believe happened. >> we get these unfortunate incidents race down all these streets. somebody has to suffer. and a family. >> that was jeff todd reporting. last summer, cdot completed a $2 million project to install street lights along a 15 block stretch of federal to combat the street racing problem. the blue cut wildfire burning outside los angeles, now more than 50 square miles,
fire has destroyed 300 buildings. most of the evacuees have been allowed to return home. no one has been hurt. dave we've got awfully dry conditions here but we certainly couldn't complain about today. >> no. beautiful day around here. we warmed up a little over yesterday but still, all things considered a real pretty summerlike day. we do have thunderstorms firing up. if you look at doppler 4000, we have a south southeasterly flow coming in here, about ousted -- altitude, more air comi where the two are meeting here, douglas county and jefferson county, starting to see thunderstorms fire up just outside of west creek and south of deckers. so those could have pockets of heavy rain. don't think those will move into the city but they could cause some problems down there in the mountainous areas. here in southern colorado big thunderstorms firing up as moisture tries to make it up from new mexico.
the san luis valley, a few thunderstorms. nothing severe has popped up yet but we'll watch for that. yesterday a lot of the storms had some pockets of heavy rain and hail going on. so here's what's happening here, high pressure over the central part of the nation, that cool air that has been diving into texas, now is mixing up with moisture that's coming up. at the same time, high pressure coming in from the west coast and that's what's keeping the northern part of colorado up into wyoming fairly dry. drier air is meeting up with the moisture and suppressing it or pushing it down. cold front up here, just off the coast of the pacific northwest, a midweek cooldown for us. tuesday night and wednesday, when that will swing through and it will bring back 70s. hot today, 91 officially at the airport, 89 downtown, morning lows were 51 and 52. out there right now, 87 in the city, 87 his normal high this time of year. east southeast wind at 11 miles per hour. humidity fairly dry at 13.
is coming in at 85. so here's the forecast tonight, storms move out here once again. tomorrow mostly sunny to start things off. tomorrow, better chance of seeing storms in the mountains, some of those may move into the eastern plains so we have a slight chance for storms for us and western colorado you may see some showers linger all the way into the evening tomorrow night. with a lot of moisture coming up your way. overnight, in the 50s and 40s in the mountains, 50s and 60s little bit warmer still. eightys and a few more 90s get in the picture here, 70s in the mountains and cooler out west. grand junction 82. partly cloudy early, close to 60 for the overnight low. tomorrow mostly sunny, slight chance 10% chance or less and 90 degrees for the high tomorrow and looking ahead, isolated storms on tuesday and 85, cold front comes through and gets us in the mid-70s on wednesday and thursday, a little better chance of rain
well. so in the week ahead, we got a little summer, a little fall weather. mixed together. >> 70s in august. we'll take that. >> it's a good mix. coming up, why the broncos quar,,,, ? ? ? isaac hou has mastered gravity defying moves to amaze his audience. great show. here you go. now he's added a new routine.
sports now, we had hoped the quarterback controversy would be resolved right now but that not is not the case. >> you keep these guys to make it obvious but so far we are still waiting. who wants to be the broncos starting quarterback? just don't mess things up. here are the keys to a sports car, just don't wreck it. for a quarter last night it seemed like trevor siemian might be that guy. moved the ball against the 49ers and put some points on the board. but then disaster. a pick-six and siemian no longer looked like a sure thing. and mark sanchez had new life but in the midst of leading a
reverted to his old ways, coughing up not one but two fumbles. and coughing up his chance to maybe wrap up this competition. >> i just squandered a great opportunity to separate myself. and put the team in a bad situation. so no excuse for that. poor quarterbacking play. >> can't turn the ball over. just made a bad decision. the guy played flat. won that one back but i think there's something to take away, some positives. can't turn the ball over. >> if you're not moving the ball we may -- obviously i'd hopefully the result would have been better. so we got to hang onto the good things they do because they both are doing some really good things, but we also got to find a way to protect the game and protect the ball. >> and so there remains no clear choice in this quarterback competition which has some people wanting to see the rookie get his shot with the starters. paxton lynch played almost the entire second half last night. getting more of a chance to air
preseason game. he had his ups and downs but he made some plays. including throwing his first and second nfl touchdown passes. >> it was very exciting. i was actually talking to some of the rookies today, if i threw them a touchdown pass it was kind of a big debacle on who was going to get the ball. hopefully i threw it to an older guy and he gave it right to me. >> he's always been in the mix. i just told you guys he's been behind the other two just from every day, everybody is in competition to play. >> kubiak made no indication he has made a decision. let's help him out. arby's fan talk question, should start for the brokers and why? the best will air on autonation alexa tonight. nothing about the rockies season makes sense but just when you count them out, they went back to back series against the top two teams. the nationals and now the cubs. took two of three from the cubs in chicago earlier in april as well, two of three at coors this weekend. tim howard throughout the first
started hitting baseballs out of the park. three-run bomb, ties him for the nl lead with 31. you know it's a good start when your pitcher bats in the first inning. jorge de la rosa drove in two runs here, 7-0 rockies after one. nolan, not done. nolan being nolan, snapping out of a bit of a slump. a second three run home run, takes the nl lead from kris bryant. also a major league leading 104 rbis. and how about former cub lemahieu? tent home run of the year. rockies when 11-4. they won both of the series against the cubs this year. >> i try to hit the ball hard. i worked with garrett in the cage after the game. i can go home knowing i'm not putting the working. i had to figure this out. so i hit after the game a little bit after with garrett. trying to not over stride and stay within myself, stay tall.
centurylink poll question, can nolan win the nl mvp this year? yes, he has the numbers or no, the rockies just aren't good enough. please vote at cbsdenver.com. when you hit a home run, you know unless you don't know, the tigers justin upton sought he hit a game-tying home run in the ninth last night but actually came up a little short and he had to change from a home run trot to a little bit of a hassle, clearly overestimated his own strength as he had his arm raised, the moment he hit it. then it turned out it was not done. he had to pick it up a little game. one thing we learned this year, don't count out the denver outlaws, 2-6, won seven straight to make it to the championship. that was played last night in atlanta. the outlaws trailed by as many as seven. after a 90 minute rain delay the outlaws rallied just like they did this season. with the game tied, time winds down, former pioneer eric law scored the winning goal with about 12 seconds left.
>> i think this game sums up our season and one big picture. ohio is an incredibly talented team. they came out firing. they took it to us before the rain delay. thank goodness we had a little rain delay and we could regroup and refocus. we just thought, this is the last time we are going to be able to play together. there's never been a group of guys i love playing with more. i'm at a loss. it's pretty cool. >> and the win came against john grant, jr. who they traded >> if you haven't been to an outlaws game, you have to go. >> and the pat bowlen-owned team. >> thanks, mark. a paraglider dives in utah after crashing through the roof of a church.
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cbs4's weijia jiang has the latest. >> reporter: the blast was so powerful it shattered glass and took out chunks of concrete from buildings in a town near the turkish syrian border. police say the suicide bomber was between 12 and 14 years old. some of the badly injured are around the same age. this little girl was hit in the face with shrapnel. she was one of the guests who gathered for a wedding celebration saturday night. the bride and groom's injuries are not life-threatening. but the groom's sister and uncle are among the dead. a day of joy now marred by tragedy. turkey's president blames isis for the terror attack. he walked the halls of the hospital trying to comfort the victims sunday. turkey is still trying to rebound from the failed coup attempt last month. experts believe the attack was in retaliation for syrian and kurdish advances on isis
at least 44 people were killed. officials say this latest attack is the deadliest in turkey so far this year. weijia jiang, cbs news washington. so far no one has claimed responsibility for that terror attack. people in louisiana are dealing with the aftermath of severe flooding. state officials set up a temporary bus system to help those people whose vehicles were damaged to get around baton rouge. two disaster recovery centers opened today a residence. >> this morning i was handing out food boxes. and a lady just broke down crying and i gave -- i hugged her and prayed with her and just consoled her. because it's just a lot of overwhelming emotions right now for folks. >> more than $30 million in federal housing assistance was approved for residents. president obama will visit the area on tuesday. this morning the governor of louisiana explained that he
could focus on residence and recovery. turning to our weather now, dave aguilera in colorado's weather center, we have no complaints here. >> no. another great day. yesterday we had a little hint of fall. today we had nothing but summer. 100% today. ninety-one at dia, 89 downtown, normal high is 87. so above normal day. there are some storms cooking, you can see them on doppler 4000. just south of douglas county, take that full, you can see where these rain showers are going here. big thunder storms blowing through that area. some spots, just outside of west creek and deckers, might see heavy rain with thunderstorms coming together. we'll watch for that. these storms extend into southern colorado as well. thunderstorms firing up across telluride into pagosa springs and over into alamosa as well. nothing severe has popped yet but we'll be watching during the course of the evening
hot day to start the week but there is another cold front in the extended forecast, that won't take too long in arriving. will outline the weekend coming up in a little bit. new tonight, two people were injured this weekend in paraglider accidents. a man crashed in boulder, tonight he's in the hospital with critical injuries. today another paraglider fell 30 feet near the watkins motocross track. there's no word yet on his condition. dead after crashing through the roof of a church. it happened this morning. witnesses say the man spiraled out of control into the building. first responders found him dead. no one else was hurt. church services were canceled for the day. the cause of the crash is under investigation. this is the news on campaign 2016. we are now 78 days away from the presidential election. a new cbs news poll shows
trump is trying to present a new image to voters. cbs4's wendy gillett reports. >> on november 8, you've got to get out and vote. right? >> reporter: top officials say donald trump is back on track after a series of controversies. >> he's shown maturity, i think he's growing in his role. he's a person who's never run for office. >> reporter: polls tell the talef hillary clinton is leaving trump nationally by at least five points. a cbs news battleground tracker poll shows clinton has extended her lead in ohio to six points. improving two points since july. in iowa the candidates are even at 40% apiece. the only state with recent polling that doesn't show clinton leading. trump's new campaign manager kellyanne conway says voters are seeing a more focused candidate. >> this was the best week so far in the trump campaign. mostly because he's able to be
made is on substance. >> reporter: clinton's team disagreed. >> we are not seeing a pivot. donald trump said this was not a pivot. >> reporter: trump announced his first ad by, in terms of raising money clinton is forehead raking in a total of $326 million since 2015. more than twice of what trump has brought in. clinton spent the weekend fundraising. and will hold more finance events monday in california. wendy gillett, cbs news, new york. trump's team members say they are still discussing whether they'll accept a debate schedule. clinton's team says it's time to agree to a schedule and then move on. just into our newsroom, democratic vice presidential candidate tim kaine will be in colorado on tuesday. hillary clinton's campaign website confirmed that visit today. kane will head to lakewood for a roundtable discussion with leaders in small-business. we'll have all the details on
lochte saga. u.s. olympic committee says further actions coming after lochte and other american swimmers lied about being robbed in rio. that scandal threatened to overshadow a very successful olympics for the united states. lochte is a story about being held up was disputed by brazilian police. lochte later apologized for over exaggerating. the ceo of the olympic committee says lochte's behavior hurt the host country brazil. >> they let down our athletes, and they really let down our hosts in rio who did such a wonderful job. and we feel very badly about that. i think we've ended up in the right place. in terms of being able to shine a light, on what happened there. and we are going to have further action on this when we get back to the united states. >> no word yet on what exactly that further action will involve. a woman who received hundreds of units of blood got the chance to thank the people
cassidy smith needed the blood after having an emergency c- section. suzanne mccarroll shows us cassidy isn't the only one giving thanks. >> one, two, three, jump. >> reporter: cassidy smith and her daughter savor their time together. >> what is the best thing about your mother? >> that she plays with me. >> reporter: four years ago during delivery, ann claire had heart problems. th completions. she needed more than 270 units of blood from 300 different people. >> i have thought about them often. >> reporter: but on this day at a breakfast banquet she actually gets to meet them. and they get to meet the woman they helped save. >> it's amazing. truly amazing. to be able to see the child is really great. >> thank you so much for donating your time. and yourselves. >> reporter: there were hugs
even from little ann claire. >> and i say thank you. and i like them. and then they say thank you. >> reporter: in denver, suzanne mccarroll, cbs4 news. school is back in session. it's time to get your kids back on a sleeping routine. pediatricians are stressing the value of a good night's sleep. electronics and anything with a screen should be turned off at least an hour before bedtime. screens can stimulate a child's brain and make it rd good nights rest. alyssa ruben says sleep needs to become a priority. >> try to get the bedtime moved up a little earlier. to do it gradually over a two- week period so they don't file so much. if need be, wake them up earlier. >> another big key is consistency. there you go. coming up we recap a busy weekend at the box office. the movie that captured the top spot for the third week in a row. plus, we try to pry big brother secrets out of denver's
i'm this nice, sweet little girl with a sweet young little voice. but no one knows that i aspire to be a crazed mathematician that wants to work for the cia and like, solve our national security issues with prime numbers. >> okay. that competitor on big brothe is bronte, who calls denver home. the bad news is she's already been evicted. but that means bronte was able to come visit us at cbs4 this week. >> that crazed mathematician told alan gionet what the hardest part was about living in the big brother house. >> it was way more difficult than i had anticipated. it was like, your worst day of high school on repeat. you know, i thought there would be hanging out with all these
was time to vote someone out. it was constant scheming, constant plotting. oh, yeah. like, all the time. never-ending. >> oh, my gosh. after a period of weeks, that's got to go like -- >> yeah. i mean, i had one point had to break down. i don't know anyone in there who hasn't had a breakdown at some point. it's the most emotional turmoil you've ever been through. >> time for therapy now, bronte. you can see what happens next big brother airs tonight at 7:00 right after 60 minutes. it was a three-peat at the box office for "suicide squad." the comic book movie topped the chart yet again, pulling in $262 million overall. >> ? is this the real life, is this just fantasy? caught in a landslide, no
>> wow. "suicide squad" brought in more than $20 million. sausage party held strong at second with $15 million. war dogs debuted in third place and "kubo and the two strings" not far behind. opening weekend of ben-hur, less than expected. the $100 million remake barely managed to take in $11 million. new video shows denver police reaching out to the community with dance. here is commander maer >> ? . >> that man has got some moves. the office held the dance off with students at east high school. well done. a live look outside right a live look outside right now, great day for ,,
new video tonight from rocky mountain national park shows a close encounter with some colorado wildlife. jason says he was camping when this moose walked right past his tent. the animal wandered off without any problem, no good eating there. >> i don't think so. [ laughter ] here is a live look outside right now, 83
beef jerky with him camping. probably didn't have anything good for him. speaking of the mountains, a live look, looks nice. mountain temperatures were beautiful, look at this level today at 71, aspen 81, you get into the heat once you get down to the plains, boulder, fort collins, greeley at 90 for the high today, 91 officially in denver, colorado springs at 81. grand junction on the western slope, 92. take a look at this now, bailey. he found some aspens that are already changing, a little color of there, two early, if you ask me -- 87 degrees in littleton right now, hard to believe that some of the aspens are changing up there. diane sprague in brush is coming and 90 degrees on the button this afternoon. some thunderstorms on live doppler 4000 to the south side of the state, also starting to develop in the central mountains up here as well, we
county here, running into a southeasterly flow so moisture coming in at altitude from the southwest, southeasterly flow creating a little lift along that line you can see there from deckers all the way into the central portion of park county. some of these have some heavy rain but they kind of just fired up and now starting to weaken. we call those pulse storms when they fire up and then almost immediately start to lose a lot of energy. so we're hoping that we don't have any flooding problems down there. by tonight, most of those will be gone in the morning we might have a little rain down in southwestern colorado and then that will beef up in the mountains in the afternoon. a better chance of rain in the mountains. isolated thunderstorm chance in the afternoon for us. not a real big chance tomorrow, more in the way of rain coming later in the week. tonight 40s and 50s in the mountains, 50's and 60's down low, again the heat comes back, that orange and red color means a couple of 90-degree temperatures back in the eastern plains tomorrow. seventys in the mountains,
added moisture, the temperatures will be a little cooler tomorrow, so partly cloudy early tonight, near 60 for the overnight low, 94 the high tomorrow, with a slight chance of a late day thunderstorm. looking ahead, tuesday we bring you down to 85. isolated storms tuesday night into wednesday. cold front, brings back the 70s. kathy is happy about that. a little bit a chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms as well by the time we get to the midweek. >> when kathy is happy, we're all happy.
you leave for vacation and come home to find the wheels stolen from your car. it's happening more often. cbs4's rick salinger wants to know why. >> reporter: all have something in common. they had great vacations, until they found out there wheels were stolen. while they were away. >> my truck was actually sitting on cinderblocks in the parking lot. >> reporter: why denver police say this type of crime is on the rise. >> they cut in and out very, very quickly. >> reporter: what they suggest
victim. >> given the right opportunity, they will relieve you of your rims and tires. >> watch rick's report hot wheels tomorrow night on cbs4 news at noon. new developments in the case of a woman accused of exploiting a senior citizen. that woman took thousands of dollars from an ailing 79-year- old. she tried to sell that woman's house and was written into her well. tonight at 10:00 why the legal fight for the victims family is just beginning. dave has a final check on the forecast. >> your wheels were hot today, 91 degrees. day. we're having a little bit of cooling out there now, live doppler 4000, thunderstorms firing up down there. that's spreading a shield of clouds up into denver. helping with the heat a little bit. biggest storms southern jefferson county, douglas county. all the way down to monument hill, you might get a little brain. and some gusty winds on the south side of town as well from
chance of thunderstorms late, 85 on tuesday, isolated storms the cold front we're expecting the next one will come through tuesday night into wednesday with 76 on wednesday, when it comes in it might have some pretty good storms with it again. like the last one that came through. we keep it in the 70s on thursday and back to near 80 on friday but each day,, ,,,,
technology is useful. i just bought a book. and while i was telling you about the book, i downloaded a song. oh, and full disclosure, when we were just chatting about that song thing, someone arranged a date. guilty. the point is, life is digital. so, carmax, created a site where you can reserve a car online. come in when it's convenient, your car will be waiting. just another thing to make buying a car better for you... reads this tweet that i just posted. oh, that appears to be trending. captioning funded by cbs and ford. we go further, so you can. >> all right, let's go. >> anderson cooper: accusations that a major american manufacturer had knowingly provided defective surgical gowns to u.s. healthcare workers were first shared with "60 minutes" at a time when the ebola crisis was spiking. did you sell protective equipment for ebola that you
>> no, and frankly i think the allegations are not based on the facts. >> cooper: you're saying they are completely false? >> yes. >> is that what he told you? >> cooper: yeah. >> evidently, he forgot the 11th commandment. >> cooper: which is? >> do not lie to "60 minutes." >> leslie stahl: it's being called a financial technology-- or "fintech"-- revolution. say you need a loan. fintech sites match borrowers and lenders directly the way uber connects passengers with drivers. need financial planning? algorithms are replacing human advisors and brokers. apps like venmo let people click money to each other, similar to texting. >> many of the innovative services in financial technology that have come along in the past ten years are not coming from banks. >> pelley: the fort oversaw the trafficking of more than 400,000
in slaves was more than the amount of money invested in railroads, banks, and businesses combined. this was the economic engine of europe and the united states. ? ? ? >> pelley: lonnie bunch came to this capital of the slave trade because he was determined to launch america's new national museum on the remains of a ship. what do we find down here? >> i'm steve kroft. >> i'm leslie stahl. >> i'm anderson cooper. >> i'm bill whitaker. >> i'm scott pelley. those stories tonight on "60 minutes." e, tomorrow is not a given. but entresto is a medicine