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softening on immigration for donald trump. >> they're going to be gone. tell be over! >> he vowed to deport millions of illegal immigrants in his speech on immigration to date. >> their days have run out. >> this comes the same day that trump met with the mexican president. >> in phoenix he laid out the
down. his supporters have been complaining his softening his stance. not anymore obviously. >> and his supporters were outraged by the last couple of weeks. tonight he tried to put fierce to bed. there was a lot to touch here. he laid out a lanthat does not include a path to citizenship and returned to the tone that launched his campaign. >> and mexico will pay for the wall. they're gonna pay for it. >> reporter: trump's plan called for 5,000 more border agent, a massive deportation force, and rounding up millions of illegal immigrants on day 1. >> their days have run out in this country. the crime will stop. they're going to be gone. >> reporter: the republican nominee says he'll track immigrants and block millions of
sanctuary cities. >> reporter: he repeated calls for a temporary ban on muslim immigrants and suspending all immigrants coming from syria and libia. speech followed a meeting with the mexican president that took a more civil tone. an embarrassing disagreement between the two over trump's signature policy. >> we didn't discuss payment of the wall. event, the mexican president tweeted a different story. "at the start of the conversation with donald trump, i made it clear that mexico will not pay for the wall." trump has not responded to that yet. after his appearance with the mexican president, hillary clinton's campaign released a statement saying not only did trump weaken
clinton herself also went after trump during a campaign stop. >> dropping in on our neighbor farris few hours, and then flying home again, and that is not how it works. >> reporter: clinton slammed trump's approach to diplomacy during a speech to the american legion. >> you don't build a coalition by insulting our friends or acting like a loose cannon. you do it by putting in the slow, hard work of relationships. >> reporter: the campaign put together a list of every tweet trump has ever written about mexico. "mexico is not our friend" was one. and slamming its "totally corrupt government" in another. clinton says you can't spend a year blasting an ally and expect a good relationship. >> people have to get to know that they can count on you. that you won't say one thing one day
the next. >> clinton's campaign tweeting this after the trump speech. "we north going to criminalize, profile, round up and deport 16 million people." you can follow the 21sts and turns in the campaign and get analysis from our political specialist shaun boyd on cbsdenver.com. three denver police officers are recovering after trying arrest a man with several warrants that. man is now dead. earlier. >> reporter: she wouldn't tell us who the suspect is. but she said that he had come to this house for shelter. but friends and family knew he was in trouble. so did police. they surrounded the house, expecting him to run. we're told he allegedly fled out of the back window and down the street. he encountered police and shots were fired. >> he was in trouble.
there was a warrant out for him. >> reporter: a neighbor told us he came home around 11:30 this morning and saw police surrounding the home. the suspects had five felony warrants and eluded police the last time they tried to apprehend him. >> the residents let the officers in and stated the individual they were looking for was in the rear of the house. they approached that particular part of the house. the individual fled, ran out of the the rear window. >> reporter: the chase led into the street. was fighting the officer for the service weapon, temperature time several shots were fired striking the individual. >> reporter: police haven't said who the suspect is. >> we had to get him off street because he was a danger, obviously. and it's gonna be hard not to have him around. and i hope the officers that were
>> reporter: two at least officers were taken to the hospital but all three of those officers do not have life-threatening injuries. this man stole a gun and a black suv from wheat ridge, drove to edgewater, started firing a gun. when police arrived he took off, crashed into another car which went through a fence. managed to escape. a chaotic scene on the cherry creek trail as dozens of officers surround a man with a comoof. he was taken into custody. this comes hours after the city announced a new plan to fight the rampant drug use along the bike path and in all denver parks. karen morfitt joining us now. how's the safety program gonna be rolled out? >> reporter: starting this
you'll likely start seeing fires along this path, and in some of denver city parks warning if you're caught in any illegal drug activity, you will be suspended from using that park. many question how something like this will be enforced. >> reporter: drug use is rampant in many denver park, but the epicenter is the cherry creek bike path. >> i worry about stepping on a >> reporter: much of the illegal activity is done in broad daylight with the paraphernalia littering trails, worrying bikeers and joggers. now the city is taking additional steps. >> it's a 180-day temporary directive that will suspend people from the park that are engaged in illegal drug activity >> reporter: under newt directive, anyone caught
along the trail will be immediately suspended from the area for 90 days. >> when they come out, they have full responders with them so much those people are actually educated and have the background and the resources to get to people to help them with their addiction. >> reporter: while most agree the city has good intentions, the skrn how it will be done. >> proactive, maybe, but it'd be hard to enforce, i think. >> reporter: illegal drug activity can include anything from distribution to consuming, and it does include marijuana. anyone that's caught violating their 90-day suspension could face fines or one year in jail. of course the city says depending on how the trial goes, it could become a permanent ordinance. the owner of a daycare in aurora talks to us about the
the building. that vehicle almost completely inside, leaving piles ever debris. there's the broken glass. two children and a staff member went to the hospital with minor injuries. >> and the car came right into the same thing. >> this started as a hit and run at parker and yale. police responded. the driver took off. some officerss call this the worst crash they've ever seen. lauren dispirito has more on pleat from police. >> reporter: when a wrong-way driver caused a 6-vehicle crash
helped out. one man in particular police say went above and beyond to keep first sponzers safe. and tonight they'd like to find him. >> in 18 years i haven't seen a crash of that magnitude. >> reporter: when the commander got to the scene of a horrific crash, she knew she needed to shut down the southbound lanes immediately. what she didn't know was who could help her do it. >> i knew i was gonna need additional resources, and all those resources were >> reporter: as paramedics and firefighters tried to reach victims, one passerby went above and beyond. he agreed to drive her down the road to the center of the crash. >> i hopped into the front seat, saw these two cute boys in the backseat, and is i said hello! and down we went. >> reporter: then by helping her redirect traffic. she hopes by sharing the story of
again. >> i would like to personally take the time to thank him and his family for going beyond the call of duty. that enabled the first responders to remain on-scene. >> reporter: the commander also wants to give this man a special chief's award for what he did that day. if you know him or how to get in touch withim, police in parker would like to from you. a terrifying close encounter with a bear. >> he was that close. i felt his braelth bathe. >> and a wild wild confrontation with police. [ cursing ] [ yelling ] >> why the driver ran down the officer. >> the naked man who crashed a girl's senior pictures.
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a man sitting on her porch found herself face-to-face with this bear! she managed to record the encounter on her cellphone. >> i look up and there was this huge black bear. at this point he was so close to me, i was afraid to move. he was that close that it he was a foot away from me. when it came to my face and his face. >> sanders stayed still, worried that startling the bear would create more issues. >> anything could happen. so i do feel very fortunate. >> she snapped a photo and texted it to her son upstairs saying help me. >> i thought she was messing with me. i thought she got a new
>> he quietly slipped in behind. the bear walked away slowly. >> wildlife officers came over with a trap and removed the bear. new video of an officer escaping a scary situation in georgia. dragging him, and is running over his legs. the officer makes it back to his car and chased her down. she faces several charges. a handful of cars are burned but the bigger story is no one was hurt after one car crashed into a gas pump. farmington, connecticut. a driver accidentally backs into the pump at the station, knocking it over onto the other
in to save two young children inside. >> i heard explosions. and i was, like, what was that? and one of the firemen who was first on duty came in today, he's a regular customer, and he said those are the tires. you heard the tires, right? that was the explosion. >> in all five cars were damaged. the gas station clerk gets a lot of credit for quickly hitting the emergency shutoff. forecasters issued hurricane warning for tropical storm hermine. center of the storm, about 350 miles from tampa. it is expected to reach landfall tomorrow, as much as 15 inch was rain already fallen. the governor declared a state of emergency for dozens today. storms out east, drier today! >> we didn't see anything in denver. and we've gotta clear skies as you can see in. chaffey county, we have a flood advisory until 12:15.
pretty good rains down there, 0.30 to over an inch of rain. so lots of rain down there. that continues but is slowly drying out. those will end as the evening goes on. then a few isolated showers thunderstorm. another quiet day around here. friday, a good line of storms, 3:00 in the afternoon. some of these will be severe, right over denver and off plains. saturday, 6:00 pm, lots of rain spreading over. and heavy rain in the metro area. sunday, and your holiday coming up. lots of rain over the south. watching hermine down here, it has strengthened, up to 50 miles an hour. moving north northeast at 8 miles an hour it.
now a tropical storm. and they're seeing showers and thunderstorms right now. behind it, a category 4! 130 mile an hour winds with this storm system. it's heading the same way and may go just slightly to the north of temperature still they'll see a lot of strong winds around here today, 82 and 80, close to the norm of 84. 51 and 54 is where we start out. 66 and 63 right now. southeast 15 with the wind, 73% humidity. this from mark from downtown denver. last night, look at that lightning strike. this morning they had some fog. early morning fog in deer trail. and they've got some
is tonight mostly in the 50s and 60s. 50s and 60s out west. and tomorrow like today, 70s and 80s over the eastern plains. 70s for the mountains. 80s to 90 degrees to the west. the denver forecast for tonight, isolated storms, clearing skies. 57 and 56. for tomorrow, increasing clouds, only a few isolated storms, mid-80s. and then for the next upper 80s for friday into saturday. sunday we dry occupant monday, lbd, -- labor day, in the 80s and mostly dry vm a high school senior in oregon got way more than she bargained for in her senior picture shoot. a man showed up in the background naked. he was in the river with his dog. though one knows why. the teenager got a good laugh out of the whole thing and shared the
no surprise, they have been retweeted nearly 50,000 times. it is the cafeteria picture that everyone is talking about. what makes it so special? the man on the left is a florida state football player. the boy on the right has autism. usually he eats lunch alone. wide receiver travis rudolph visited the high school yesterday and noticed he was sitting by himself. >> i saw him by himself and i was, like, can i have a seat and eat with you? ynot? we started off with a good conversation. >> he said sup dude. >> someone nearby took this photo. his mother sthard on facebook and she wrote this is one day i didn't have to worry
a week ago, steven cardullo wasn't in the major leagues. there was a time when he probably thought he would never make it. guys don't old! but he did. nolan arenado with the r.b.i. double. dj lemahieu on his horse, hufrling around through first. rockies it up 1-0. the first homer of his major league career. rockies win
special. it really is. hit that pinch hit homer on his birthday, i told him, you're having quite a week. it's feel-good stuff. he's a great kid. >> what a special feeling. i definitely think it was for my birthday, my first major league home run. definitely a special coors field in the 1st! cardullo, bases loaded, a grand slam! that is how you celebrate in true birthday fashion! rockies going up 5-1. in the 7th, nolan arenado with a 2-run shot. rockies up 8-2! you guessed it. the bullpen, can you tell by the long face from walt weiss, comes on, and ottavino with the bases loaded two, outs,
dodgers 10-8. ottavino can't believe, neither can we. dodgers win game 2. the rockies still at least win the series. and they have a habit of doing that, playing well against the good teams. so your word in the centurylink poll question tonight for the rockies beating a 1st place team, 55% of you frustrated! we feel ya. less than two months before the season opener, and the avs sprucing their new coach. this is bednar's first nhl coaching job. last year he led the lake erie monsters to the cup. he's hoping those experiences will translate to his first network hl job. >> i'm a fan of patrick roy, and i think that for me, this is
coach and as a person temperature doesn't matter who i'm following or who's following me. am i gonna come in here with a job review and get this team together. this guy hopped around the court nord get a picture. hopefully got a good one because he was quickly escorted out. at least -- you know, making a change in time for friday's rocky mountain
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differently now. >> gotta keep my composure and encourage the guys to let this keep playing. sometimes i lost my composure over the years it. really didn't matter when he was innit press box and i was yelling. the only people that could hear, i think he just frard me. [ laughter ] >> and the other quarterbacks. they couldn't repeat to [ laughter ] >> head coach, you can't keep anything secret.