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good morning, colorado. i'm britt moreno. this is the news on thursday, november 3rd. >> i'm alan gionet. here's what's happening now on the cbs4 morning news. the cubs. >>s to be a tough play. the cubs win the world series! >> oh boy. first time since 1908, the loveable losers, also known as it's chicago cubs are your world series champs. coming up, highlights and the massive celebration. also this, five days to the election and both candidates are turning to states like colorado for lasts-minute support. their message to undecided
the 30s and 40s. it's a chilly start to the day. but we have a nice warmup coming up for this afternoon. joel. we're watching the roads. nice quiet drive at least for now. thank you, joel. new, a state trooper survives a wild chase with a teenager. their speeds topped 120 miles per hour. our jamie leary is at the state patrol headquarters in golden with the very latest on jamie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, britt. it was a teenager behind the wheel. he was doing everything he could to evade police overnight. at one point the chase became so dangerous that law enforcement had to call it off. this was just before 11:00 last night when the teen flew past a georgetown police officer. he was headed east on i-70 going 110 miles per hour. the officer caught up to the reckless driver who was slowed down by traffic.
took off. that officer chased the silver accura which hit speeds of 120 miles per hour. the officer decided to end the chase, saying it was too dangerous to continue. but it didn't end there. about two minutes after the officer called off the chase, the suspect came upon an unsuspecting state patroller in his car and did the unthinkable. >> the driver attempted to do an amateur pit maneuver on the trooper's vehicle, into the trooper's vehicle, then fleeing past him. the trooper was able to recover his vehicle. the driver crashed here at the 239 exit, and fled on foot. >> reporter: fortunately after a short search they were able to locate the suspect. he did have minor injuries and a few warrants as well. we do know he's under 18, but not much more is available about the suspect. he was taken to the hospital for treatment, and then taken into custody.
golden, jamie leary, cbs4 news. >> incredible story. thank you very much. today donald trump, jr. comes to colorado to campaign for his father. tomorrow former president bill clinton will make three stops in our state, including one in denver. >> reporter: with less than a week to go before election day, the candidates are ramping up the attacks. >> what would your life be like if he were in everything he has said and done. >> has anyone seen crooked hillary clinton today? that's going to be a great term for a president, right? boy oh boy, what a mess. >> reporter: and closing in on each other in some key battleground states. according to recent cnn polls, hillary clinton and donald trump are within 6 points or less of each other among likely
have been campaigning heavily the last couple of days, clinton is edging out trump by just 2 points. but trump isn't worried. >> in six days we are going to win the great state of florida and we are going to win back the white house. that will happen. >> reporter: in other battleground states, clinton has a slightly stronger lead, 48 to 44 percent in pennsylvania, according to a cnn orc poll. in north carolina, where president obama stumped for her today, latest cnn poll. >> the fate of the world is teetering and you, north carolina, are going to have to make sure that we push it in the right direction. >> reporter: but trump has the advantage in other key states, leading clinton by 5 points in arizona and 6 points in nevada. of course, with several days before the polls close, the election is still very much up for grabs. i'm andy rose reporting. time for weather and
4s. let's get over to ashton. >> good morning, britt, good morning, everybody. it's chilly, but the calendar now says it's the 3rd of november, so we have to expect it to be chilly. these numbers are still above normal. we should be waking up close to freezing. instead, it's 43 degrees over in stapleton. 43 in centennial. 42 degrees now in golden as well. foothills closer to 40. conifer 39. genesee at 40 degrees. erie 32. our weathehe littleton, he's always so reliable with the early morning reports, appreciate that, 38 there in littleton this morning. doppler 4000 showing clear, dry conditions across colorado. but to the south of us, a lot of moisture from arizona through new mexico and into texas. some of this moisture will make its way north into colorado starting tomorrow and then into the weekend. we're going to talk about what that could mean for your weekend coming up. today, sunny and dry. 9:00a.m. temperature, 43. noon 62.
let's get a check on your thursday morning commute with joel hillan. good morning, ashton. take a look at the drive southbound along i-25 making your way into downtown, started to load up. few more headlights. just some folks to keep you company, but not enough to slow you down. southbound you have speeds into the 60s as you get from 120th down to i-70. that's just going to be nine minutes for you. mousetrap cam all those headlights and taillights not worth it to use the express lane. c-470 delays to the north of alameda, morrison as they continue to do road work. repaving and restriping. ramp clovers in place tonight, southbound i-25 ramp to evans, and then colorado to northbound i-25, those closures start at 7:00. thank you, joel. an incredible ending to a story
are celebrating like crazy in chicago. the cubs win the world series for the first time since 1908. [ chanting ] >> fans celebrated the victory outside of wrigley field in chicago just to be close to the ballpark. they wanted the energy. their team fought back from a 3- 1 deficit. here's marlie hall with the latest. >> reporter: the series finale. >> the cubs win the world series! >> reporter: followed an unprecedented 17-minute rain delay. series mvp zobrist gave them the lead for good with this double. >> like a heavy weight fight. everybody playing their heart out. >> they've always blown it so many years before. this is just the greatest
the edge of their seats at the bottom of the 8th, when cleveland outfielder davis hit this game tying homerun. >> this whole place erupted. it was an awesome moment. >> reporter: in the end, the cubs rallied back from a 3 to 1 series deficit, ending decades of heartbreak. >> your name has been waiting 108 years for this. >> this is tremendous. still can't believe it. >> reporter: back in chicago, celebrations immediately spilled from streets, as fans hailed the end of the curse of the billy goat. >> nothing to do with curses. >> reporter: cubs' manager joe madden attributed the win to skill. >> superstition has nothing to do with what's happening today. nothing. and if you want to believe in that kind of stuff, it will hold you back for a long time. >> reporter: with the drought over, plans for an epic victory parade are underway. marlie hall, cbs news,
cubs to congratulate the team and then he asked, want to come to the white house before i leave? >> unbelievable this morning. the trouble along rtd's a line route to the airport is getting the attention of the federal government and a little bit of a break. how rtd crews are keeping an eye on the line. and cases of a rare illness on the rise across the country. at least one child has died. colorado is no stranger to the problem.
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colorado in 2014. two of nine cases in washington are confirmed as a rare condition known as afm. >> reporter: 6-year-old daniel ramirez was always healthy and happy. he died over the weekend, recently showing symptoms of afm. at this point his is not the two cases, a polio like disease. >> for us to have a cluster of nine that could be afm is concerned. >> i began to feel a tingling in my hands and pain in my neck. and within five minutes i couldn't walk. >> reporter: that same year, there were 120 cases in the united states. childrens hospital colorado
investigate. >> reporter: infectious disease doctors at children's were the first to notice the increases, coincided with an outbreak of a respiratory virus. that virus has been circulating recently. >> though not completely proven, this is a lot of supportive evidence a connection. >> reporter: but there are many viruses that have the potential to cause afm. the cdc says of september 89 people in 33 states were confirmed to have afm this year. that's up from 21 cases last year. doctors say afm usually peaks in late summer, early fall, so cases should be declining. kathy walsh, cbs4 news. let's get to weather and traffic every 10 minutes on the 4s now. incredible morning for a lot of
fan, really, it's an incredible morning. great morning. 42 degrees now in denver. we have clear skies on top of us. we'll have a real clear view of the sun once it rises at 7:31. with the time change coming up this weekend, next week the sun will be up at 7:30, which is always nice. excuse me, 6:30, which is always nice. in the evening the sun will be setting a few minutes before 5:00 p.m., which is always tough to get used to. wind speeds relatively light, 3 miles per hour. combination of clear skies and light winds that temperatures to get quite chilly. very chilly on the north side of town. brighton at 38. erie at 32. highlands ranch at 33. 44 over in wheat ridge. most mountain towns are waking up to temperatures in the 20s. it's 22 in leadville. 27 in avon. 41 on the western slope in grand junction. grand junction gets close to 70 today. burlington should be in the lower 70s. in fact, we'll see several locations near the kansas state
along the front range it will be warmer than yesterday. 62 was our high yesterday. today we'll be back into the upper 60s, close to 70 for a high. outside of a few clouds near alamosa and san luis valley we are clear across colorado. there is a cold front across the middle of the country. that's the front that's been impacting ohio and that rain delay last night in game seven was because of the shower activity associated with that front. front comes down into texas and then southern new mexico and at the end of the front there's off from the main flow in the atmosphere. what will happen over the next 24 to 48 hours is that low will move to the four corners, and it will spread much needed moisture over our state. for the mountains, light rain and snow likely from tomorrow night into saturday. locations above 10,000 feet could see 2 to 4 inches of snow. most of that accumulation will be during the day saturday. for the front range and eastern plains, light rain is possible.
better chance of seeing rain saturday versus those of us in denver and certainly north towards fort collins. 68 for the high today. 70 tomorrow with sunshine. there's that small chance of rain saturday. and sunday 66 with mostly sunny skies. let's get a check on the traffic. it's flowing nicely. this is i-25 as you get to evans, southbound direction we had that ramp closure, it's out of the way. that will be in place again tonight starting at 7:00. the last night we'll have that. and colorado to again tonight. for the last time. southbound coming into town, 60s. we have 9 minutes from thornton to denver. westbound along i-76, eastbound along i-270, all those spots we watch carefully looks nice. southbound i-225 nice and wide open. that's being reflected here on the drive times. southbound from parker road out
i-70. speeds into the upper 50s. thanks, joel. there will be no shutdown of the problematic new a lines and b lines saturday. service faced possible suspension because the feds faced a deadline at getting gates at crossings getting fixed. here's our stan bush. >> reporter: federal giving them three months to fix the issues that could shut it down. the fra now requiring updates twice a week to assure corrections are on schedule. >> this is the first time ever this system has been built in the history of the country. it's starting from scratch. >> reporter: the line to the airport has suffered from a series of very public hiccups.
suddenly on an elevated bridge. a week later, a lightning strike shut down service as well. and buses have had to fill in the gaps in service repeatedly. the events shaking some confidence in the system. but despite it, more than 20,000 passengers a week are riding. rtd says the trains have been a success. >> some people think this is a challenge, but it's not. it's really a great opportunity. >> stan bush rt from federal ,, ,,
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had to protect our colorado way of life. it's why i need a good team in the state senate. like rachel zenzinger, a former teacher who's fought for equal pay for equal work. daniel kagan championed property tax rebates to help seniors afford their utility bills. jenise may worked to cut taxes for 30,000 small businesses. and tom sullivan is a veteran who believes in an open and transparent government.
crystal ball to tell them what the financial future holds. turns out we can be proactive and create a financial plan. >> a lot of us nervous now as our 401(k)s have taken a hit in recent market losses. jill schlesinger here to help you create a 3-minute plan. >> reporter: ask yourself what is my concern. paying down a student loan, saving money for a house or putting money away from kids' education, contributing to retirement. next is a two-parter. how much do i have saved and do i have debt. this is where you build a balance sheet, will show your assets and what you owe. i love this part of the process, especially if one of
down outstanding debt. >> okay, what's next? >> reporter: do you track where your money is going? i've been telling you to do it. if you do, you'll look through your cash flow and figure out how much money can i allocate towards my goal. then automatically make that money go towards the total. if you don't track your money, download an app, like mint, you need a budget, digits, just to figure out where you stand. finally, do you contribute to your own ira or roth ira. ultimately your plan will help you pay down debt, establishing your emergency reserve fund, and maximizing retirement contributions. spend those three minutes now, and you won't have to worry about your financial resolutions in two months. >> that's a thought. i have daughters, jill, i know right where my money is going.
of him. jill, thank you so much. >> good advice. weather and traffic now every 10 minutes on the 4s. ashton is here. i woke up this morning and i thought, it's not summer anymore. it's not. definitely chilly outside. 30s and 40s around denver, boulder and fort collins. be prepared for the chill. still warmer than it should be in november in the morning. south of colorado rain today. parts of on and texas could be weather related delays for dallas or san antonio. east coast a few delays possible new york city to boston because of rain there. same rain that was moving through cleveland that caused that delay last night of game seven. philadelphia is reporting mainly delays -- major delays. other airports are in okay shape. here's joel with traffic. should be a great drive across the denver metro area. c-470, they've been doing road
ken caryl. actually as you come down the hill. we've been watching as they've been picking up the cones and moving the courtesy patrol out of the way. if you are heading out to the airport, northbound along i-225 speeds into the 60s. eastbound along i-70 into the 60s as well. thanks, joel. 5:26now. 39 degrees in denver. >> little chilly outside. heart broken cubs' fans no longer. they're waking up champs and likely still celebrating this morning. coming up, biggest wins in baseball. with five days until the presidential election, the dates are calling on their heavy hitters in battleground states. melania trump will rally for her husband in philadelphia today. president obama has been deployed to north carolina to get out the vote for hillary clinton. i'm hena daniels in new york. i'll have the latest on campaign 2016 coming up.
rookie paxton lynch, don't hold your breath. trevor siemian named a captain for the second half of the season by his teammates yesterday. broncos getting ready for the raiders yesterday and wade phillips was back at practice. we'll hear from him today. despite the raiders' derek carr coming off a 500-yard passing game against tampa bay, denver defense not that impressed with their offense. >> they make it hard to watch, watching their secry but i mean, they threw the ball every where. he has so much confidence in cooper. >> they have two good receivers. i wouldn't put them in the elite category. i have they have two good receivers, not two elite
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news on morning. this is thursday, november 3rd. the world is still turning. predator and prey are not living together. the chicago cubs have won the world series. >> it was an incredible way to end it. fans in chicago are likely sill celebrating as the cubs win the world series for the first time since 1908. ben zobrist with this hit to