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darryl glenn: i'm running against democrats. i'm running against evil. narrator: darryl glenn is wrong for colorado. good morning, everyone. happy friday. i'm britt moreno. >> i'm alan gionet. this is the news at 6:00 a.m. >> four days and counting until the election. the final push for votes in colorado. police in south carolina find woman alive chained up inside a metal container. the investigation is not over, far from it. the fears about others. plus it's a beautiful start to this friday. chilly, but clear skies. sun will be up in 90 minutes. once the sun comes up, we'll enjoy a lot of sunshine today. we'll talk about the weekend coming up. accident blocking parts of c-470. we'll tell you what happened
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bring you from overnight. cbs news has learned about a potential terror threat for monday. sources say u.s. intelligence has information that al-qaida could be planning attacks in new york, texas and virginia, all possible targets, although no specific locations were mentioned. the sources stress the intelligence is still being assessed and it's ib counterterrorism officials were alerted to the threat out of an abundance of caution. election day is now in our days -- four days away. colorado is still a big focus in the race. donald trump and hillary clinton surrogates will be here today hoping to sway undecided voters. cbs4's jamie leary live at the capitol now. she has a look at who is coming to down. >> reporter: colorado is rocking as a swing state.
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this morning both parties will be pushing to sway those undecided voters. bill clinton, he's going to be campaigning for his wife this morning in pueblo, followed by afternoon events in denver and fort collins. also set to make three stops in colorado today is former presidential candidate dr. ben carson. his first scheduled stop is in colorado springs. he will then head to castle rock, capping off his day with an appearance in aurora. the rush for the last minu face time visits in colorado comes as most recent polls show the race tightening here. a poll released wednesday shows clinton and trump basically in a dead heat. if you had any doubt, the fact that both bill clinton and ben carson have scheduled a busy three-stop tour is yet another sign colorado is in fact a crucial swing state in this election. also taking part in a last minute campaign push is senator bernie sanders. he'll be rallying for hillary
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busy week as the candidates get ready for the election. we'll be covering it all the way up to and through november 8th. live from the capitol, jamie leary, cbs4 morning news. thank you. today donald trump and hillary clinton both campaign in the battleground states of pennsylvania and ohio. the races are tight in those two states. but the last-minute push for votes may not help. a "new york times" poll finds 92% of voters have already made up we are working hard on election night coverage. tuesday we'll start with a special edition of cbs4 news at 4:00 here on channel 4. at 5:00 we'll join cbs news for live national coverage until 10:00, and that is followed by cbs4 news at 10:00. for indepth, live local coverage of the colorado races and ballot issues, please join us here and our election partners colorado public television 12 at 7:00. our entire team will be on hand
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reaction from the party headquarters, that starts at 7:00 on channel 12. we'll also be streaming all this live at cbsdenver.com. 28 years in prison for a rape in denver he says he did not commit. today a denver court picks up the case again. so far the prosecutor is pursuing another trial rather than dropping the case. but that could still happen. moses walked out of prison last year. that came after another inmate came forward saying he was the one responsi in the 1980s. moses raised money during his time in prison for a dna test. d.a.'s office has yet to reconnect -- has had to reconnect for witnesses from years ago ahead of that new trial. the woman who was reached originally said moses' identity came to her in a dream. weather and traffic every 10 minutes on the 4s.
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good morning, everybody. temperatures are in the 40s around the denver area. 7:32for our official sunrise. this will be our 15th day in a row of above normal temperatures. will be a very nice afternoon. for you you have to bundle up in weld county. temperatures in the 20s up into lochbuie and greeley. 37 currently in the englewood area. 9:00a.m., 49. around 71 degrees. again, our 15th day in a row with above normal highs and lows. let's check in with joel with the latest on the friday morning commute. traffic alert we're following, single file westbound along c-470 at bowles. it's where we find copter 4 live. you can see the truck was pulling an rv there and that has jackknifed and moved right on into the median. you have the fire truck behind and looks like the flat bed
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open. right now is where we start to see more volume. if they can get that cleared in the next half hour shouldn't be an issue for the morning commute. that guy needs a new headlight. you can see green, which means at or near posted speed limits either side of that accident. another side street accident, pierce and mississippi. nine minutes from thornton to er koa newsradio for the latest traffic and cbs4 weather. thank you. a woman is safe this morning after spending two months inside a storage container in south carolina. officers found this woman with a chain wrapped around her neck. her boyfriend is still missing. investigators say a tip led them to the 100-acre property of registered sex offender todd
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from inside the container and they found kayla brown on the property, located about 80 miles northwest of columbia. >> it was pretty emotional to say the least when she was found, especially when she was chained like a dog. she had a chain around her neck. >> brown told investigators she was kept in the locked 15-foot metal box for two months and fed regularly. she also alerted them to the possibility of more bodies on the property, kohlhepp is in custody and police hope to find her missing boyfriend, charles carver. update on the search for the body of a 15-month-old boy believed to be in a landfill in ault. there has been no sign of the body so far. the mother's boyfriend, logan rogers, told authorities the child hit his head and died.
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reason to believe rogers dumped the boy's body in a trash bin in wyoming, which was taken to that landfill here in colorado. he is facing charges of reckless child endangerment and involuntary manslaughter as well. investigators say they're still trying to talk with the boy's mother. a man accused of illegally selling puppies in westminster is on the run this morning. >> how old is he? >> eight weeks. >> kayla brown shared this video. she said the man in it conned her into thin getting a healthy 8 week old pug. brown ended up with a sick dog, too young to be separated from the mother. >> he brings out this pug puppy that barely fit in my hand. i knew something was wrong. i'll never see that money again. it's that these animals need to be rescued. >> brown had a friend meet with the man again to record the
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another young puppy. changes could be coming to the maroon bell snowmass wilderness area. overnight visits to the area's top 10 trails have more than doubled since 2007. the forest service is looking at outlining the number of groups that may be able to stay. it may put on overnight permit system in place. the service is asking for you to share your thoughts on for affordable housing in denver. the developers of the north field apartments will celebrate a grand opening today in stapleton. this is the first to open using denver's general revenue funds. it's at the corner of northfield and trenton. wasn't pretty, but the buffs got the job done last night, beating ucla. that game had 25 penalties combined, including personal
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>> isaiah oliver cuts it back. he'll take it, touchdown! >> there he goes, oliver took a punt return 68 yards to the house for the score. nine tally, 20-10. coach mack happy about the win, but penalties are unacceptable. >> all the penalties we had was very poor, especially our personal fouls that were selfish things we haven't had that in the past. we will not have that in the future. >> the buffs will face the wild cats in arizona next saturday. raiders week could be back. the broncos have a big game ahead of them this sunday. they reunite with jack del rio and play the raiders in oakland. both teams are 6-2. we'll find out who ends up on top of the afc west. romi bean will preview the game later on in this hour. another cool start.
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teach a young girl how to reclaim her life after a terrible crash. almost time to turn the clocks back. best day of the year if you woke up early. new study shows bad news for it's no secret. donald trump isn't for us. and unfortunately, congressman coffman isn't, either.
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as ski season, sorry to sell you, is on hold at keystone. they did get a little bit of powder earlier this week and more could be in the forecast. keystone is now targeting next friday for its opening day. now we'll kick it over to ashton and figure out if in
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won't amount to much, but for the ski areas it's been cold enough in the mountains that they've been able to make a lot of snow. keystone opens up a week from today. loveland hopes to be open within the next week as well. 45 degrees at lookout mountain. yesterday 69 was the high. today we top out at 71. our normal high temperature in early november is 58. we will cool down a little bit today. still, at least 10 degrees above normal for this time of year. 39 now in akron. it's 22 in leadville. 26 in avon. you have to bundle up in the mountains. front range it's chilly for now, but mid- to late morning i'm not sure you'll even need a jacket. temperatures will be very pleasant later today with highs around 70 degrees. notice some cloud cover coming up from the south. mostly sunny skies.
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this storm system that's along the new mexico/arizona state line. as that storm moves north it's going to bring quite a bit of snow to the san juan mountains. 3to 6 inches above 10,000 feet. this is midnight tonight through noon tomorrow a winter weather advisory. maybe an inch or two along the approaches to eisenhower and johnson tunnels, but that would be it. snow and rain a lot of it stays in the southern part of the state, including for colorado springs, pueblo and trinidad, where there will be rain tomorrow. denver northward chance for rain is slim. slight chance for tomorrow. sunday high 70 with sunshine. early next week highs in the lower 60s, including election day tuesday. traffic alert we're following, live pictures from copter 4. c-470 and bowles in the westbound direction. just to the west of bowles.
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by on just that right side, then traffic merging on as well. we have the flat bed on scene and hopefully can move it out of the way shortly. road sensor data, you can see not causing delays. a lot of green on either side means we're at or near posted speed limits. good drive for this friday morning commute. i-70 nice and wide open. i-225, c-470. outside of that accident in that eastbound direction making your way into the tech center southbound coming into town, speeds to the 50s. nine minutes from thornton to denver. mousetrap cam, and again we're watching the cars here in the express toll lane and left lane, i don't know in it's worth the cost. you'll get there just about the same amount of time. joel, thanks a lot for saving us money. we're helping you keep an eye on your retirement investments. the markets have had a rough week. jill wagner live from the new
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stocks in their longest losing streak since 2008, down for the eighth consecutive day yesterday. the dow fell 29 points, the nasdaq lost 47. futures now are pointing to a little bit of a higher open. they were pointing to a lower open about an hour ago. we'll see. it is jobs day on wall street. the government releases the october employment report before the opening bell in about 10 minutes from now. economists expect solid job growth. good report likely the fed will raise interest rates. debate over nutella, wants the fda to reclassify it is a spread instead of a dessert topping. why is this important? it means nutella could cut the serving size and calories listed on its label in half. most americans will turn back the clocks this weekend. it's good for all of us who are
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a new study found people spend less money when there are fewer hours of sunlight, especially monday through friday. grocery stores and retailers saw the biggest drops. interesting, but i need that sleep. >> best day of the year, right? >> reporter: and i'm sure you can relate. >> absolutely. thanks a lot. great to see you. have a great weekend, enjoy that extra hour. let's get to friday's top stories. new video shows pa clearing out migrants camped out on sidewalks in the northern part of the city. they are boarding buses for temporary shelters. they fled to paris joining others who have arrived from italy after dangerous travel from the middle east and africa. we have video of a thief caught stealing a package off the porch of this home in the harvey park area in denver here. a man apparently jumps out of a white vehicle, there he is, running to the door.
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it was from amazon, apparently. police say he is connected to a string of mail thefts in the last few weeks. neighbors tell us the man has followed delivery trucks in the neighborhood just waiting for packages to be dropped off. there is a big old party today planned for chicago cubs' fans. thousands will line the streets of chicago for a victory parade. the cubs defeated the cleveland indians 8-7 in game seven of the world series. it is the team's first world take a look at a live look from wrigley field. already see people gathering there. the parade gets underway this morning. it will go through the historic ballpark area and winds downtown. get this, you know that big river in chicago, they're apparently dyeing it blue, much like they do on st. patrick's day, but in that case it's
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in chicago on st. up st. paddy's day. 37 degrees in lakewood from ward. he calls it a crisp fall morning. ,, woman: after all donald trump has said and done... she ate like a pig... you can do anything. i moved on her like a b***h! woman: trump's just so disgusting and degrading. he's bragged about assaulting women, and he's the republican nominee for president! and congressman mike coffman said he didn't know if donald trump's a sexual predator. come on. look, we just can't vote
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responsible for the content of this advertising. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. r donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember."
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f0 welcome back to the cbs4 morning news. it's time for weather and traffic on the 4s. we're checking out your travel forecast. if you're going south of
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could encounter weather-related problems today. albuquerque into eastern arizona rain. rest of the west looks good. midwest looks great today. sunny in minneapolis, 63. sunshine chicago, 59. sunshine from d.c. and philadelphia and new york city with lies in the 50s and 60s there. airports out east and west look good. if you're flying i don't think you'll have any problems. for the most part the roads look good. we have a traffic alert following, westbound along c- 470 to the west of bowles in the northbound direction making your way past the hog back up the hill to alameda out to i- 70. you can see the two lanes of traffic getting down to one. they're working to clear this. it's a truck that was hauling an rv and it's blocking off the left lane and a portion of that median. the drive to dia if you're heading to the airport along i- 70 inbound pena boulevard looks great. it's reflected in the drive times. eastbound i-70 speeds into the upper 50s.
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a little school is helping a family learn life changing lessons. they got into a terrible accident driving home from back to school night in august and now they're getting that help. here at children's hospital colorado children are set free and forget they're on the mend. they learn more than science and english. kids like 10-year-old marissa here is learning to manage her new body. an 83-year-old man t-boned marissa, her mom and brother as they were on their way back her mom says marissa tock the -- took the impact. >> she broke almost every bone from her neck up. the team here saved her. >> she is now at home, hospital teachers are needed, more resources with need -- are needed. learn how to help at cbsdenver.com. up next on the cbs4 morning news, a group is left wondering what happened to the boots of
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is about to take a trip down 13th avenue in denver. and here we have junior weather watcher garrett in the colorado weather center with ashton. he's going to help out with our he's going to help out with our friday,, "what's your position on equal pay for women?" "it's too early in the morning to ask that question." "i think that putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing." "i don't wanna sound too much like a chauvinist but when i come home and dinner's not ready, i go through the roof." "so you treat women with respect?" - "uh, i can't say that either." - "alright." priorities usa action is responsible
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woman: after all donald trump has said and done... she ate like a pig... you can do anything. i moved on her like a b***h! woman: trump's just so disgusting and degrading. he's bragged about assaulting women, and he's the republican nominee for president! and congressman mike coffman said he didn't know if donald trump's a sexual predator. come on. look, we just can't vote
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responsible for the content of this advertising. putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. rwhen i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof. grab 'em by the p****". when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted by donald trump. yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either.
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good morning, everybody. 6:30right now. live view of the capitol as we look ahead to your weekend. we set the clocks back, and we are four days out from this election season being over. good morning, everybody. i'm alan gionet. >> i'm britt moreno. a lot to look forward to this weekend, including the broncos'
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friday's forecast with ashton altieri. good morning. good morning to you, britt, good morning alan. happy friday, everybody. this time of year if we're above freezing we're happy. we're still chilly. 38 degrees now in highlands ranch. colder in weld county, up to greeley temperatures are in the 20s there. overall this is going to be a as gorgeous weather. 71 with sunshine this afternoon. cooler for the weekend and slight chance for rain. we'll talk about that along with mountain snow. still have this accident, traffic alert, copter 4 has been over it, c470 westbound direction, northbound direction as it goes up the hill there, right at bowles. you've got the left lane blocked off. just the right lane gets by and you have traffic coming on from bowles there to the northbound
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and it's making for a tough commute. we'll break down drive times in just a bit. thanks, joel. key supporters of hillary clinton and donald trump are coming to colorado as we get closer to the big day, decision day. our jamie leary has the political schedule for colorado. who is coming to town? >> reporter: recent polls showing the race is tightening up in colorado. in fact, the polls showing trump and clinton neck and colorado is indeed a battleground state. both parties vying for some last-minute face time here and have jammed packed schedules. bill clinton will be campaigning for his wife this morning in pueblo, followed by afternoon events in denver and fort collins, and dr. ben carson, the former presidential candidate, he's going to make his first stop this morning in colorado springs. then he'll head to castle rock and end the day with an
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adding to the last-minute pushes, bernie sanders will make two stops in colorado saturday. jamie leary, cbs4 morning news. police command officer has been disciplined for sending his gang unit officers home hours before their shift ended. a massive gang shootout erupted leaving one man dead while they were at home. this was late july. there was a hip-hop concert in lodo. the show's promoter warned denver police there were many lieutenant mcdaniel got the warning, but sent the entire gang unit home three hours early anyway. after the show violence erupted. hundreds of shots were faired. galen armstrong died in that gunfire. the department of public safety says the death might not have happened had there been a visible police presence. >> i think it was a mistake.
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misteenage. mistake and he's been disciplined. a veterans' organization is trying to find out how to move forward after a truck filled with the boots of fallen soldiers was stolen. police say brandon mcintosh and luke batts ol organization boots 66 borrow the truck to take the items to an event and she doesn't know what happened to those items because officers are still holding the truck as evidence after a chase. >> it killed us to lose our truck. but it killed us even more that the possessions he had in there. there's pictures of fallen heros in there. >> officers arrested the two and they used car parts to throw at troopers. investigators told bernadette
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before her totaled truck is returned. weather and traffic now. ashton has company this morning. this is one sharp young man. >> look at the suit, right? he's dressed better than i am. look how professional he looks. this is garrett, one of our cbs4 junior weather watchers. good morning. >> good morning. >> what town do you live in? >> westminster. >> what school? >> [ inaudible ] >> thank you so much for watching and thank you for you said you don't ride a bus in the morning, you ride a bus back home from school. some of your friends ride the bus to school. what can they expect? >> they can expect for clear and cool 41 degrees. >> 41, that's right at the bus stop. here is the temperature map across colorado. it's chilly everywhere. what's the temperature right now here in boulder? >> 39. >> 39 in boulder. exactly. what about over here in aspen? >> 30. >> that's right. it's chilly everywhere. this is where we'll be later on
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today in greeley? >> 69. >> 69, that's right. it's going to be our 15th day in a row with above normal temperatures. in summit county, what about frisco today? >> 60. >> 60 degrees, that's right. we've been watching the clouds to the south. which direction are they coming from? >> they're coming from south. >> that's right. because of this storm system here between phoenix and albuquerque. it will have a big impact on the southern mountains in the san juans. how these areas? >> 3 to 6 inches. >> above 10,000 feet down there, that's right. for us a slight chance of rain tomorrow. today is sunny. what's the high in denver today? >> 71. >> what about tomorrow? >> 67. >> and 70 for sunday, right? what about election day? >> 62. >> 62 with sunshine. garrett, you did a terrific job. >> thank you. >> anybody you want to say hi to? >> my friends at school and i
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bright young man. thank you for coming in. if you or somebody you know is between 6 and 12 and wants to be part of our junior weather watcher program, check out our web site, c bsdenver.com/weatherwatchers. what do we want to do now? >> we need to check the weather. >> how about the traffic, right. >> the traffic. >> the traffic, let's check the traffic with joel. waying to, garrett and hello to the entire fourth grade class. he killed it. shoutout to the c-470 and bowles a traffic alert, blocking off the left lane and portion of the median we had a truck pulling an rv that jackknifed. flat bed truck to pull that away. in the meantime, big delays as we've seen more volume. in that northbound direction, it is slow coming up the hill all the way past that. then looks like it opens up once you get past 285. plan an extra three or four minutes on that drive. another spot where you'll need
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have an accident. slow around the stadium curve. side street accident there at osage and milky way. you'll want to get to dia early this weekend. pena boulevard down to one lane tomorrow night. it's happening at the split towards the west terminal entrance. the closure will last from 11:00 at night until 4:00 in the morning. ths they're doing on the a line. britt. we have breaking news out of california to show you. firefighters are battling a 3- alarm fire at a pallet yard that's apparently spread to a san bernardino strip mall. it looks like everything is a loss here. the fire has drawn response from 24 engines, two truck companies, and five chiefs from surrounding areas. this is some team work here. no word yet on any injuries. the kirkland museum is
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denver. crews are about to move the entire building to a new spot. copter 4 flew over its current address yesterday. that's at 13th and pearl street. teams are going to move it on sunday to 12th and bannock. the museum worked with historic preservation folks to make sure the move is a right thing. crews have been excavating the area beneath for tonight will be open for first friday as part of denver arts week. 40 west is an emerging art district along west colfax in lakewood. there are 20 galleries and studios in the district offering a wide variety of art mediums, including sculpture and fine arts. >> we do a lot of mural art and large scale art, sort of beautifying the community. >> five of the galleries will be open tonight for first friday.
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art demonstrations, plus a 10% discount on all works of art. for more first friday events go to the links and info section of cbsdenver.com. coming up next, investigators talk about the moment they found a missing south carolina woman alive and chained inside a metal container. >> horror story. power gets cut to an entire las vegas casino hotel. the broncos are gearing up to know next. first, here's michael spencer with a big win for the buffs. the games to remember are played in november. coach mack makes a big deal out of the month of november. for the first time in a long time the games in november actually mean something for the buffs. cu hosting ucla last night. buff defense showing up big. interception, that leads to an
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buffs up 7-0. problem is, cu had trouble holding onto the football. turns the ball over and he has to leave the game, but he returns. things got chippy last night. several unsportsman like conduct and personal foul penalties on both sides. coach mack not happy about that. in the fourth he's happy about this, oliver with a 68-yard punt return for a touchdown. colorado wins 20-10. other colorado sports last night, nuggets win in minnesota. the av's fall on the ro
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good morning, welcome to friday. it's time for weather and traffic on the 4s. it's 6:44. sun will be up in about 45 minutes from now. 7:32. already starting to see a little bit of light on the eastern horizon. weather watcher matt in nederland reporting 45. most of us in the front range are in the 30s or we'll be at 49. full sunshine. at noon 65 and 71 for the high today. our 15th day in a row for above normal temps. let's check in with joel. we're watching the traffic and our pet of the week, we'll introduce you to her coming up in a bit. i wish the traffic was as sweet. southbound along i-25, copter 4
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alameda. long line there. other big accident is along c- 470 in the northbound direction past bowles. pretty big delays back to ken caryl because of it. you're down to just one lane along the right side. thank you, joel. the secretary of state's office says nearly 1.4 million people have turned in ballots. those returned by registered democrats are running slightly ahead of those registered republicans. and unawe facilityed voter -- unaffiliated voter ballots in big numbers. we expect new numbers today. four days left until election day. the campaigns will be back in colorado today. this is a sign that colorado is yet again a key battleground state. cbs4's jamie leary is live at the capitol with who is coming to down now. jamie. >> reporter: good morning, alan. this race is oh so tight. if you had any doubts that colorado is a key battleground state, this jam packed schedule
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carson have busy three-stop tours in colorado today. bill clinton will be campaigning for his wife this morning in pueblo, followed by denver and fort collins. dr.ben carson will make his first stop in colorado springs today, then head to castle rock and end the day with an appearance in aurora. both are zeroing in on colorado, hoping to sway undecided voters. the rush comes as the most recent polls show the race a university of denver poll released wednesday showed clinton and trump were in a dead heat. also taking part in a last- minute campaign push is senator bernie sanders. he'll be in town on saturday to campaign for hillary clinton. live from the capitol, jamie leary, cbs4 morning news. we've put together a guide to answer ballot questions you might have as you decide how to
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u.s. employers added a decent 161,000 jobs in october, and the unemployment rate ticked down to 4.9% from 5%. this is the final report on a lukewarm but durable economy. we want to take you back to california, we're watching this breaking news there, because this fire proves to be out of control this morning. it's burning in san bernardino, california. the flames here started at a pallet yard that spread to there are plenty of firefighters trying to work this. i checked the forecast, it appears as though no rain is in sight. they're battling dry conditions there. we are watching for the latest developments this morning as detectives work to find out about other people after the discovery of a woman alive, chained up in a storage container in south carolina. investigators say a tip led them to the 100-acre property of a registered sex offender,
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from inside a metal storage container and they found kayla brown in there in a horror movie like situation. >> it's only by god's grace she was alive. she had a chain around her neck. >> brown told investigators she was kept in that locked 15-foot metal box for two months and fed regularly. they say she also told them there could be four more bodies on the property. police have kohlhepp in custody. they do not know to brown's boyfriend, charles carver. he's missing. he vanished about the same time brown disappeared. there is an arrest warrant for the man accused of hitting and killing a denver woman before taking off. this is nolan, reyes. the 28-year-old woman died. friend are holding tightly to the memories they once shared with her. >> it's definitely just in
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it's hitting me, this is real, it gets harder. she had so much fierce kind of joy. >> she was a promising young attorney. witnesses say she and her boyfriend were crossing when a white truck hit them. her boyfriend was hurt, but he did survive. new this morning, crews are working to restore power to the paris las vegas hotel. a contractor working on the hotel's basement accidently cut yesterday. thousands of people had to evacuate the hotel. >> could be one of the most bizarre things i've ever seen. >> i did not think i would have to deal with it, especially paris. one of our first days here. >> firefighters rescued almost a dozen people from elevators. the hotel sent guests to neighboring hotels. sec has joined agencies
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accounts. meantime, the company is now offering some former employees their jobs back. but the 5300 who were fired for their involvement in the scandal are not eligible. the offer goes out to those let go for not meeting the aggressive sales goals that had led to the fake accounts. wells fargo claims to have new rules to improve the company's culture. we are getting an upclose look at a state of the art weather satellite built here in colodo coming weeks from cape canaveral florida. it's been over 20 years since the last upgrade to the system. it will help meteorologists like our ashton give you a more accurate forecast. lockheed martin built the satellite. this is much bigger and faster. >> the way noaa describes it, you're going from standard definition tv to high
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satellite, it will be able to map lightning world wide, greatly improving lead times for tornado warnings. first place on the line for the broncos this sunday. they head to oakland to take on the hated raiders. >> there could be a rebirth of raiders week. this is one important game. romi bean is joining us live with the preview. good morning. >> good morning, guys. you're right, it's the rivalry, maybe we're getting it again. the first time since many of the current grade school, the rivalry is a rivalry again. raiders are 6-2 for the first time since 2001 and the teams are tied for first place in the afc west. both teams have done plenty of good things in the first half of the season. but this game should come down to the team who best manages the things they've done not so well. take the broncos, for example, coach kubiak said the offense
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the biggest problem has been the run game, which he called nonexistent in the win over the chargers. it was the fifth time this season the broncos did not rush for at least 90 yards. and when the broncos can't run, they can't protect quarterback trevor siemian, plain and simple. the raiders' weakness, stopping the run. they are 28th in the league in run defense and have allowed 125 rushing yards per game. as a result, the raiders have been outgamed in four of their six wins. when it game is over, rushing stats may tell the story. my x factor for sunday night's game is demarcus ware. he played 26 plays against the chargers after missing five games with a fractured forearm. he showed us just how much tougher it is to handle the broncos' defense when he's on the field. teams can't continue to gang up on von miller like they've gone so far now that ware is back in the lineup. the number you need to know this week, 500. raiders' quarterback derek carr
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the buccaneers. that's not common. it was only the 20th i've hundred yard passing game in league history. by the time this season is over, the broncos will have faced five quarterbacks on that list. britt and alan, it's off to the black hole with first place on the line. >> little twist in there. also, romi, thank you, but we're going this, inquiring minds want to know, was that romi in the stands during last night's cu game in boulder? she wore that same costume as she cheered last weekend during the chargers' game at mile high in her other life as a broncos cheerleader. so, romi -- >> yay or nay?
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i'm proud somebody wore that. everybody likes a dinosaur. >> thank you. you can later from romi weekdays 3 to 6 on denver sports 760. ashton is here with the forecast. >> happy friday. few clouds overhead this morning. chilly outside. 40s around. it's 27 currently in greeley. later on a pleasant day ahead. upper 60s, close to 70 for most of us, a few degrees warmer today than yesterday. for comparison purposes, most mountain areas will top out in the 50s and lower 60s today. cloud cover from the south. it will weaken as it moves north and not a lot of moisture associated with it. still, the san juan mountains will see 3 to 6 inches above 10,000 feet. farther north the mountains
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we will see rain. here's the futurecast, through this evening rain and snow to the southwest. gradually makes its way north tomorrow. rain and snow mountains and eagle and summit county. front range most of the rain will be south of monument hill. colorado springs, pueblo, trinidad better chance for rain there. 71 today with sunshine. 67 with that slight chance for rain tomorrow. here's joel. take a look from copter 4, southbound along i-25 at 6th avenue, a crash bloc o and causing big delays. not our only accident. we've got one along c-470. just cleared the rv, or got it loaded up. they're trying to move that off to the side. delays that we have, guys, that goes back to ken caryl. joel, thank you so much. we want to get to our pet of the week. this girl has been so sweet, just hugging her little handler here. the junior weather watcher
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