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>> reporter: her parents are searching for answers on her death. investigators are trying to find out what happened >> reporter: mail was piling up before her neighbors knew what happened. >> it's shocking to just sit here, right next to that. >> reporter: she and her older sister were on the vacation of a
unresponse 95 their bed a night after hotel staff helped them back to their room from a day of drinking. there were no sign was a struggle. their brother said they were kind, generous and compassionate, also experienced travellers still pending. their deaths remain an open investigation. it's still unclear if foul play was at hand. >> reporter: police did say there were several undisclosed prescriptions from the scene during the course of their investigation. once a top cop on the drug
related to an illegal grow operation. the suspect was let go by the department a few years ago. >> reporter: after more than 20 years he was fired in june of 2014. according to his disciplinary letter, he was fired for lying and abuse of power sergeant for the denver police department is now be drug charges of his own. according to the district attorney's office an odor complaint prompted an investigation into a home in the 4,900 block of south fold way that summer. investigators found meth, 2 pounds of marijuana, and more plants than are le
search warrant and was immediately arrested. he worked for denver police from 1993 to june of 2014 when he was charged with assault for threatening his girlfriend. he was put on suspension and ordered not to engage in any police activity. he was caught using his badge twice. he now he is facing charges related to the illegal grow operation. he is facing a charge of intent to manufacture or distribute. he is out on bond but is scheduled to be back in court next month. a denver man accused of killing his wife high odibles. a judge is ruled he is competent to stand trial.
called 911 and said her husband was acting strange after eating candy. she was shot in the head. a fundraising effort had collected about $1,300 for arc lexa. she is accused of lying to boyfriend from going to prison. he is accused of hitting the girl with a chair. a youth pastor convicted of sexually assaulting a 13-year-old girl will learn his sentence. the d.a. says that hutchinson urged the girl to
her. prosecutors are asking for prison time. the search for three teenagers who walked into a man's garage and attacked and robbed him. it happened around noon today in denver's stapleton neighborhood. >> reporter: there is an elementary school here that had to be placed in lockout short time. the suspects approached a man in this neighborhood, demanded money and struck him in the head with a gun. bluff lake is full of families and young children. more reason word of thursday's assault and robbery of a man working in his garage frightens homeowners. >> we're always outside at night with the kids. railhawk down the alleys, ride bikes. >> reporter: parents found out
neighbors and police posts to social media. >> this one was somebody in their garage doing something. >> reporter: the assault happened around noon. and it's the second incident here involving a weapon in about a year's time. last fall, another. >> that was when we moved here. that was >> reporter: the suspects are hispanic men, about teenager, and they were all wearing dark
others are injured. >> a horrendous exploding noise. and concrete dust, electrical wires, and the train flying into the depot. >> reporter: the packed commuter train barrelled into the hoboken station. >> lights went out, people were falling over. the roofer came down. >> reporter: 34-year-old, if aviola was a lawyer, wife and mother. the train was moving at a high rate of speed. it continued beyond the tracks hitting four cars, crashing through a barrier and launching airborne into the platform area. >> the person behind me had a cut on his head but was very wanted to make sure everyone is okay. >> reporter: the train
cooperating with investigators. the ntsb is looking at an event recorder and videos from inside the train. >> from the event recorder, we hope to get information such as speed and braking. >> investigators will look at everything the engineer did in the last 72 hours and examine his medical history. a man on the run tonight after robbing a bank in littleton mid-20s, 5'6", 180, balding with short facial hair. at least eight workers in pueblo have been fired from a center for the disabled. an investigation found several cases of abuse. some residents at pueblo regional center had
into their skin. employees blamed it on paranormal activity. >> outrageous . makes my skin crawl. >> the alleged abuse dates back to last year. the first votes are cast in the presidential election >> and a firefighter's heroic actions. >> the controversial move by the dea. >> and exploding washing machines? >> clear skies along the front range. too far behind that, clouds. not too far behind that,
voters in several states began casting ballots. candidates are courting voters in the final weeks including two stops in colorado for tr monday night at the budweiser event center in loveland, trump will hold a rally in pueblo monday noon at the convention center there. in the final weeks of the election, both candidates staying focused on key states to win this november. shoishg in iowa for the first day of early
>> we have 40 days, and is every one of you can make the difference in this election. >> reporter: clinton will travel to ohio monday to urge early voting there. connald trump accused her of abandoning the swing state. trump raled a crowd in another battleground, new hampshire. >> hillary clinton is an insider herself and for her donors. i'm an outsider fighting for you. >> reporter: trump appears to be looking ahead to the second presidential debate, october 9th. he sent a 50-page questionaire to supporters seeking advice on which issues he should focus on in order to win. a 6-year-old in critical condition after a teenaged gunman went on a rampage at that
tackled by a fighter before he could make it inside the building. >> please especially remember to keep little jaked -- who continues to fight for his -- he's a hard little fighter. continue to remember that. >> the name of the shooter has not been released. the dea expected to ban a drug that has been growing in popularity in colorado. >> it will classify kratom as a schedule 1 narcotic. but some say it's saving theirs >> reporter: in a last-ditch effort, kratom uses gathered in
>> it blows my mind the fact they're trying to make this a schedule 1 drug. >> reporter: many of the protestors say kratom saved their lives by helping her get off pain killers she was takeing for a back problem. >> i was sitting at home and decided that because the opiates weren't working, i should probably try heroin. >> reporter: instead she turned to kratom and says she's kicked a 10-year opiate addiction. as protestors marched around the capital, l free samples. >> i have three strains. >> reporter: kratom comes from a tree in southeast asia. it's sold in pills or powder and can produce a ue a euphoric effect. >> it's real been a life saver for me. >> reporter: the dea says 15 people have died from use over the past three years and calls
publicity safety. when kratom emerged in denver, cbs4 went undercover to inquire about the drug. >> i feel super alert, my mind is focused in one place. >> reporter: the denver health diameter has pulled kratom off shelves and initiated recalls on kratom products. >> ingredient of kratom is unpredictable dangerous >> reporter: amy low has treated patients with addiction. she says it acts as a place holder for other drugs and withdrawal can be just as difficult as heroin. >> it keeps the addiction and symptoms going and alive. >> reporter: in the short-term, a kratom ban could be really hard on users unless they get help. >> i can't imagine having this in my life, i'm afraid it's
find other things to be able to cope, which will probably kill me. first the galaxy note 7 phones faced a recall noichl there could be problems with samsung marshing machines -- washing machines. some have been exploding. regulators people avoid using the washers and use them only on the delicate cycle. we like the warm but not the dry! >> i'm gonna try and get you some moisture out of this. we have some rain moving through albuquerque. pretty heavy storms, and slowly moving up into our area. we do have a chance for some scattered showers and thunderstorms. cleerp skies on the eastern plains. clouds begin to move in. on the hour by hour, clear skies, cloudy skies, there's the
i think by tomorrow morning, you will see the clouds. by 3:00, showers lining up along the front range. watch the metro area, a couple of scattered showers around here. and then we dry out. saturday, isolated showers around here. we still have a chance. and sunday they will be few and far between, mainly over the north. a nice and dry day around here once again. high pressure sunshine throughout midsection of the nation. showers and thunderstorms for the great lakes, all the way down into florida. and this is what we're watching. yesterday it was a tropical storm. now it is hurricane matthew. winds at 80 miles an hour. kag category 1 -- category 1. it'll turn right here tuesday. and it looksz like
it may head for landfall on the u.s. shore. 73 and 43 would be normal. buena vivida, 71. evergreen, 79. highlands ranch, 63 that thirty-two% humidity. from almont salsal, and this one from shannon. this is the yampa river botanic park. that is a stunning shot with the color and the snow. and this from laura phillips. usually sits in the producer's chair! rocky mountain national park. temperatures for tonight, mostly in the 50s and 60s over the eastern plains.
70s and 80s for the eastern plains, 60s 70s out west. here's your denver forecast. clear skies, increasing clouds, 54 and 52 by morning. for tomorrow, mostly cloudy, scattered thunderstorms, sfiksz and 77 the highs. and for the next several day, we'll hang around through the 70s through monday. then we'll stay in the 60s for a couple of days before we slowly start to warm it up. >> it's a reek move. if laura is gonna call in sick, don't send in beautiful pictures.
von miller, afc defensive player of the month with a league high 5 sacks. already won a player of the week award this year. trevor siemian got one of those as well. this week. broncos up to no. 1 and no. 2 after being underdogs two of the first three weeks, they should be the favorites for the foreseeable future! despite all this recent love, broncos promised they won't overlook anybody. >> we want to be better. this office wants to be better. we
anybody lightly. thursday night's color rush football, dolphins going with their orange jerseys against the bengals. dolphins offense had one good play. that was it. aj green, 174 yards and a touchdown touchdown. ccircumstance u opened in 1968. ccircumstance u wyoming 2 and 2 entering this showdown. coming off a road loss at minnesota to wrap up their
. >> disappointing loss saturday. it means something for these guys, this football time team and this community. this week should be exciting. a win for hockey fans, that rivalry getting over half vote. rockies trying to hay spoiler in san francisco. lots of confusion for me and the rockies defense. scores 2 runs.
one in the win column for the americans already today thanks to a fan. the fan was heckling the europeans so they brought him out of the crowd and gave him a putt with a $100 bill to make it more interesting. and this man from north dakota bearing blue jeans put one dead center! giving the u.s. its greatest triumph since the