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good morning it's sunday november 6th this is the news on cbs4. >> we are going to win the great state of colorado. >> domed trump take the -- doubled trump takes the -- donald trump takes the stage indenver he's looks to make a final push for supporters and a coal creek canyon churchch inside -- church suffers damage after a shooting inside the building. bronxos are in -- broncos are in oakland. what vaughn miller has to say about where the team is this point in the season. live, from colorado's newschannel, this is cbs4 morning news. >> and good morning to you. i hope you enjoyed your extra hour of sleep. i am kelly werthmann and we will have more in moment but
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david aguilera good morning. yes. hopefully you remembered to et the clocks back. we've more sunshine to to look forward to today than yesterday. here's a look at current temperatures now. it's 42 in lewisville. greenville willage 41 same in englewood. and the weather watcher doug goodman in north lafayette is coming in at 43 this morning. saturdayel lie and radar together -- satellite and radar together we have a slow spinning over colorado. we are right under it with the little dry slot over denver. mostly clear skies but there's rain in rain clouds and high mown int -- mountain snow in western colorado. so we have moisture coming through. still effects of that. but for today, in denver in the dry side of this whole thing. so we will go about 51 at 9 a.m. mostly sunny and 65 at noon. 68 for the high and that's above normal for this time of year. and a lot more sunshine today as well. we have a cold front that will slide through tomorrow. i will let you know if there's rain kelly that comes along
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>> okay. donald trump making a visit to denver last night holding a rally at national western complex. trump took the stage around 10:30 and gave close to a 1 hour speech in an effort to win colorado and win more voters here. trump told the crowd to drop off the ballots. >> if you haven't mailed in your ballot, don't do that. bring it. bring it. take it to the drop box in don't put it in the mail i know everybody says how honest everything is with our political system. but we all know better. go in person tower local polling center and drop it in. and make sure you get it dropped in. >> earlier saturday night a protester caused a security scare at a donald trump rally in nevada while hillary clinton rallied with a pop star. mark albert has the latest. >> reporter: secret service
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someone yelled gun. while a protester approached the stage. a man was quickly taken into custody and escorted out of the building but no weapon was found. and the protester was released. >> somebody yelled something about a gun. >> reporter: right. >> and that's where things got out of hand i mean people were just you know kicking me and you know grabbing my arms and twisting and i am very thankful for the law enforcement who was able to come. >> reporter: trump returned to the stage and thanked the et bring the suspect down. >> you are amazing. thank you fellas. i saw what you were doing. that's a tough group of people thank you. >> reporter: and another scare on the campaign trail saturday night, a car slammed into the side of a media bus covering clinton running mate tim kainewhile the motorcade was heading to the airport. would be reporter was thrown into the aisle. [ music ] >> reporter: katy perry
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concert in philadelphia. clinton says the race is about the future. >> to make sure that america lives up to its promise to every one of our people especially everyone of our children. >> reporter: in a sign the race may be tightening more than they expected, president obama has added a campaign stop in michigan monday to help get young vote tortes polls. before -- voters to the polls before meeting up with the democratic nominee for a final rally in philadelphi of election coverage on tuesday. we will start with a special edition of cbs4 news on channel 4 at 4:00. then at 5, we will join cbs news for live national election coverage until 10 and that's followed by cbs4 news at 10. a church in jefferson county is picking up the pieces after a pastor says someone opened fire in the church. as andrea flores reports, the criminals caused thousands of dollars in damage.
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hills is a small nondenominationsal -- denominational church of 73 members and what's supposed to be a sacrate space for the community was gunned down in the middle of the night. >> i never seen a church with bullet holes in it before. >> reporter: a broken baby jesus one of the devastating images senior pastor todd fletcher found after someone broke into the chapel in the hills church thursday night. >> yeah. it was very aggressive and feel the else was behind it. >> reporter: vandals shot multiple rounds into windows and walls and even a nursery before taking off. >> this is where our one and two-year-olds crawl around and do stuff so it's kind of a shocking image when you see toys baby toys with glass all over it. >> reporter: pastor todd's personal lap to and a guitar used consider laptop and gi -- laptop and guitar was taken some had their sense of security stole en.
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mind and that safety and security that we all take for granted in a lot of ways, it was taken away from us. >> reporter: instead of shutting down for the weekend, pastor todd says dozens of members came together to put their church back together. >> you can't let people breed fear into your community through acts of violence. >> reporter: as pastor todd works on the sermon for sunday morning he hopes whoever is responsible finds peace. >> as a church we have said we are praying for that we hope that they come to repentance. >> that's andrea flores reporting. no suspects have been identified in the case but this morning services will go on as scheduled at 10. the broncos are going to face the raiders tonight in oakland. both teams are tied atop the division but the broncos are leading the league in some defensive categories. von mill are says the numbers don't -- miller says the numbers don't mean anything at this point. >> this is the halfway point
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and stuff we have you know we have not done so well so a halfway point we have a lot of room to improve and we have a lot of-- we can easily go back down the drain as well. >> and broncos fans we want you to joint conversation all season long with ash by's -- arby's fan tall tweet along with the cbs4 sports team and after the game vote on the fan poll at cbs it's arby's fan toll talk and we will have the results 10:35 tonight. let's check in with dave. should be good weather in oakland. 68 and partly cloddy. around here pretty much the same deal. sunrise -- cloudy. around here pretty much much the same -- much the same deal. sunrise not happening yet. we will see more sunshine than yesterday. but there's cold front moving into california that will bring a change for tomorrow. we will outline that for you coming up next. also next on colorado he's
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after a sleepless night and the new grain stealing the spotlight that has been around for th,, i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. 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! 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." he's going like "i don't remember!? my name is charity salazar, and i'm an air force veteran. every election, nancy pelosi and her washington friends launch vicious attacks against mike coffman. this year is no different. they say he's waging a war against women. that's just not true.
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he believes in equal pay and making sure pregnant women aren't discriminated against at work. time and again mike has stood up for women. i know, because he stood up for me. i'm mike coffman,
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and welcome back to cbs morning morning-- 4 morning news. 42 degrees as we look at buildings in down down den -- downtown denver. it's early we have a hour back. an extra hour of sleep felt pretty good. two studies suggest people who bike regularly to work or for fun are less likely to develop cardiovascular trouble. doctors found biking a half- hour each week protection. and new research finds not getting enough sleep may cause people to eat more the next day. doctors in the uk looked at 11 previous studies and found sleep deprived people consumed on average an extra 385 calories the following day with most calories coming from higher fat and lower protein foods. and researchers at massachusetts general hospital say smoking significantly reduces the life span of people
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the study found smokers with hiv can develop related diseases such as lung cancer more often than those who are not infected. smoking could also cut the life span of an hiv patient by more than 8 years. and i jaunt grains are making a -- ancient grains are making a come back in big way it's one of the fastest growing modern food trends it's loaded with protein and nutrients but what are they and how do you use them. weija jiang answer. >> this is a tuscan bean salad. >> reporter: erin ith had never even heard of it but these days she cooks with it several times a week. >> one cup to two cups can of water. >> reporter: it's one of the ancient grains they have not been modified over the last several hundred years and are packed with more nutrients than other grains. >> a lot them are higher in protein than wheat and they have a lot of different
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of iron vitamin c calcium magnesium. >> reporter: keen qaw -- quinoa is started with -- credited with starting the craze but others are now popping up on restaurant menus and in products on store shelves and many are gluten free making them easier to digest. >> you can incorporate the ancient grains like rice or patta. you can bulk up stew or soup recipes with the wellsome do well going in salads too. >> reporter: erin says grains are easy to prepare and tasty. good nutrition is her top priority after being diagnosed with melanoma a year and a half ago. >> i noticed higher energy levels. i feel satisfied. i feel look i fed my body something healthy and whole. >> reporter: she hopes reaching back to our agricultural past will protect her future health.
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washington. did you have your quinoa for breakfast. >> i did not. did not. yeah. i got to get on that. this is almost like a holiday for those of us that work on sunday mornings. we fell back last night. hopefully you turned the clocks back. if not, maybe go back to bed or wait until after the newscast and go back to bed this morning. current temperatures now 46 in grand junction. 39 in avon and 34 in greeley and from kerry has 35 right now. we have snow down in southern colorado yesterday. that low system came through. kim sent that shot in so good shot to kim and -- from kim age thank you. this morning they have -- and thank you for doing that. this morning they have snow. snowing in a lot of areas that could see maybe another inch or two on top of what they have seen. and a little rain out west. and getting along the front range couple clouds but there
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through. and we have rain south of lamar with the moisture wrapping around the low. upper-level low kind of cut off from the main flow with the jet stream flowing by a up high. and this is taking its time moving through colorado. once it does move out, we will clear out later tonight and then we turn our attention to a cold front that's moving into california washington and oregon out here. the business end of this the moisture end will go up and over the northern rockies. so what we will see is probably a cool down for monday and tuesday. and then we will get back in the warm stuff by the middle for today the rain starts to slow pull out east, but i think it's going to be cloudy day along the kansas line all day long. there's the map at noon. we will be in the sunshine in denver and a few clouds in the mountains. we might get a little bit of rain still popping late in the day. and otherwise we will be partly cloudy here in the afternoon for denver. so a good looking day. temperature wise 60s and 70s to the east. in the 50s and 60s in the montins and the west. high today in -- mountains in the in the west. high today 68 and cooler
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through at 63. and then on election day, 67 degrees. not too bad. should get out and vote. and wednesday, 72. we pop it back up and bring it down on thursday back to about 6 degrees. and we have been saying it for about two months, i know we need the moisture but the sun is nice. >> i was looking at videos last night you know how to look back a year or two years ago on social media our first snow of the season last year >> really. >> so it's crazy to talk about 70s and 60s and last year we talked snow. >> and we did calendar in thenewsroom everybody guessed when the first snow would be and mine is shot. >> whoa all got it wrong. >> i don't know -- we all got it wrong. >>i don't know if anyone else is in the running. >> thanks dave. back in the 60s paul simon ruled the chars with songs like sound of silence and this is -- mrs. robinson and bridge over troubled waters. 50 years later he is back on top with the studio album
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visited the songwriter at his home. >> reporter: to watch paul simon rehearse is to watch a big band leader in action. >> okay. >> reporter: he he has some of the best musicians in the world at his fingertips. [ music ] >> reporter: and when it's time to play, they create a sound ? long time ago ? before you was born ? i was still single ? and life was great ? >> my music is containing more and more elements from i am just sort of dragging along this big band of sounds i have been collecting. >> reporter: sounds and not just the silent ones have always spoken to paul simon.
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they go... >> reporter: at a time when you can be playing your greatest hits you could be not worried about exploring new things and yet you are still kind of trying to push the envelope. >> i am not trying to push an envelope. i have no agenda other than to follow what my ear tells me is interesting. >> singer songwriter paul simon plus a look at the man many historians consider our nation's worst president and how comedy has helped through the bear knuckle presidential campaign season. coming up on sunday morning right here on cbs4 at 8. samsung is facing another recall. this time it deals with washing machines. what could happen during the use that may hurt you.
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,, time for the break. >> denver nuggets don't win back to back games often and the last time they did was march of last year and win was against 76ers and lakers. those teams finished with 2 worst records in the league last season and that tells you more about them than denver. denver trying to win back to gabbing games and that's not going to help -- back -- back to back games and that's not going to help. for the pistons wilson chandler had the longest 3-pointer and a
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nuggets never really in this onech they fall 103-86 and michael not happy about it. >> the 5th game where our starting group came out asleep. so we are not going to have the same starting lineup can't afford to build ourselves 15, 20 point deficits to start the game and play catch up and you know that group is unable to change that so we will mix up the lineup to give ourselves a better chance at playing for 48 minutes because i am tired just flat offensively couldn't buy a shot and missed 20 layups but more importantly we didn't play defense either. there was like a men against boys out there tonight. >> you know there are no boys allowed on nhl sheet of ice and that's part of the reason why. this one chippy yesterday. how about the captain getting into it with the goalie of all people. he has to take time out and
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periodgoal drought and minnesota what couple close calls late. this ruled no goal because of goal tender interference. avs get the win. broncos in observing oakland we'll get you started at 9:30 with count down to kick off. >> this has been the chevy sports break brought to you by chevrolet the most awarded car company two years in a row based on 2014-2015 year in totals. visit your colorado -- totals visit your colorado chefy. samsung is recalling 3 million top loading washing machines this is the news in your money watch report. move follows reports of injuries caused by the tops of the machines detaching during use. owners should check with samsung to see if their washer is involvedch the company is offering -- involved. the company is offering repairs rebates and refunds. this is the late of the blow to samsung after recalling the galaxy note 7 smart phone
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new big mac options next year. cut merse will be able to choose -- customers will be able to choose from match the c junior -- mac junior or grand mac when the regular size won't do. and as we get close to the end of the year, it's time to think about health care coverage. whether it's obama care or through your employer. jill schlesinger tells us somethings to keep in mind. >> reporter: open enrollment started for the affordable care act and if you are million americans who are enrolled or plan to purchase coverage for 2017 this is what you need to know. enrollment is opened through january 31st but if you want coverage to begin as of the first of the year your deadline is december 15th. if you signed up last year use this time to ensure your current plan is still the best choice. you need to update the income data or else you won't have accurate information about whether or not you are he will jell for -- eligible for tax credits.
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level obama care plan is set to spike by a 22% next year, be sure to determine if you qualify for health to -- help to pay for the insurance. government says increase in premiums shouldn't suggestly affect more than 80% of enrollees who will qualify for tax credits to make that coverage more affordable. if you don't have any health care through an employer another government program through obama care or don't qualify will be subject to the individual mandate the penalty for not having insurance. the fees increase this year it's the higher of 2 1/2% of your income or 695 dollars per adult to a maximum of 2 085 per fallly. you pay it on the federal -- family. you pay it on the federal income faction for theyear you don't have coverage. they will he hold back the amount of fee from future
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go to for more information. i will jill schlesinger. let's go over to dave right now. we have a beautiful day. >> so far so good on the first weekend of november here. we are partly cloudy out there this morning. but the sun is popping up. a little earlier because we fell back last night with the end of daylight saving time. hey, check out the mile high camera. looking pretty good there. and 43 degrees. how warm will we get today? i will show you that and the latest on a cold front that will come in for monday in the boulder police are look for a man who sexually assaulted a student outside a residence
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scott tipton -- our congressman? or is he a real-estate agent for big-money campaign contributors? tipton sponsored a bill to give away our public lands to his out-of-state donors. over 30 colorado business leaders called tipton's plans, "a serious threat to the outdoor recreation industry and...thousands of jobs." and won't put colorado's future up for sale. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. live from
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and welcome back to colorado's newschannel it's 6:30 on sunday november 6th. the sun is rising earlier because we fell back an hour and man it was good to get the extra hour of sleep. dave aguilera you feel rested. >> i am rested. i am ready to go. sunrise this morning 6:34 officially. so we have got some light going on out there. what a great day i love this day when we get the extra hour of sleep. good for us folks that work early hey, 41 in ken carl. same in englewood stapleton aurora southeast aurora at 41. and don is the weather watcher and is coming in at 40 right on the nose. have a system churning over colorado. aid low pressure area that's -- it's a low pressure area and it's interesting because we have clouds shooting from north to south over the west. we have a little high mountain snow a little rain out there. then we are right under it and
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and then we have rain shooting from south to north across the eastern plains. so from lamar up into burlington around this low pressure area. we have weather going on but for denver i think we remain high and dry. we are looking at 51 at 9 m. 65 at -- 9 a.m. 65 at noon and mostly sunny skies. we will have clouds here and there but for the most part we will be under mostly sunny skies during the day. so, not a bad way to wrap up the weekend. we have a little bit of a change coming for monday but it. we will peek it that coming up kelly. >> we will check in a little bit. secret service agents rushed donald trump off the stage in reno after a fight broke out in the the crowd. a young man was taken into custody and escorted out of the convention center. trump later returned to the stage thanking the secret service and his supporters who helped bring the man down. >> nobody said it was going to be easy for us.
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have a man in custody after a trump field office was vandalized friday night. police say michael ferrara is suspected of throwing a rock through a window on the office on 18th and clarkson. two dozen volunteers were inside but no one was hurt. earlier that morning, someone painted profanity and antitrump messages on the the wall and windows at the same office. no word whether ferrara is linked to that case. on the democratic side, former candidate bernie sanders was in colorado saturday campaigning for his former rival hillary clinton. and democratic u.s. congress candidate carol. sanders talked about the importance of raising the minimum wage and access to health care and says clinton and carol will fight for -- carroll will fight for the issues. >> there is a lot of responsibility on your shoulders. let us in the next three days do everything we can to make
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morgan carroll win on tuesday. >> meanwhile hillary clinton was on a battleground blitz visiting florida and pennsylvania. kathy walsh has recap. >> reporter: late saturday night, hillary clinton hosted a get out the vote rally in philadelphia. with special guest katy perry. [ music ] ? >> reporter: clinton says the presidential race is about the future. >> to make sure that america lives up to its prom everyone of our people especially everyone of our children. >> reporter: earlier in the day clinton was holding an event in south florida when a storm moved in. >> you are a hearty bunch to stand out here in the rain. >> reporter: the crowd and the candidate got drenched but the downpour didn't dampen clinton's enthusiasm. >> i want to be the president for everybody. everybody who agrees with me people who don't agree with me people who vote for me people who don't vote for me.
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reporting. president obama will campaign in michigan tomorrow before meeting up with the democratic nominee for a final rally in philidelphia. a search is underway for a man accused of sexually assaulting a student on the the cu boulder campus described as white and college age approximately 5 foot 9 with short dark-- curly mai hair but melissa garcia reports lack of information about the attack has students worried. >> i know a few people that fit the description of the person we the a comfort. >> reporter: stew enters learned the -- told about so it's not a comfort. >> reporter: students learned about the assault. >> it upsets me. >> reporter: boulder pd sent out a safety alert informing students a sexual assault happened after 2 a.m. in a room of hallett hall. police were not able to say ifthe suspect broke in if he was invited in or may have lived there. >> it's frustrating to not
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what to think. >> as a resident in hallett hall we need to understand whether the person lives here whether or not they are still here. >> reporter: the coed dorm has key card system that some students say makes them feel safe a feeling that faded after the attack that leaves many questions unanswered. >> whether it was a groping and the girl stopped it immediately or whether it got to the point where there was a physical altercation and this girl got messed up. like we don't know how dangerous this person is and because it's the weekend you know. kids are coming back and all different states and they need to know they are safe. >> reporter: melissa garcia, cbs4 news. new developments in the case it would have men accused of starting a wild fire in boulder county. 28-year-old jimmy suggs and zachary cookendale pleaded guilty to charges of arson and will be sentenced on november 1th of the authorities say the two from alabama were camping in nederland and failed to
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the wild fire went onto burn 8 homes and more than 500 acres. an update on a wild fire burning in southern colorado. the junkins fire is 100% contained. it broke out on october 17th near west cliff and custer county. and investigators say a downed power line sparked the flames which went onto burn more than 18,000 acres. 9 homes and 17 other structures were destroyed. a recall of frozen strawberries choleraans. cdc says -- coloradans. cdc sighs it may be a source of hepatitis a outbreak. authorities say they were served at fat albert restaurant in grely and red rooster he. streets will be closed as popular museum moves to a new location. they are moving the building. crews will use 6 remote
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in a few more hours it's going to the golden triangle. this-- this moving means road closures between pearl street and 13th and 14th and bannock between 12th and 13th. volunteers are working to fill the may flower for the holiday season. the may flower truck is parked at the safeway at buckley and mississippi. excuse me anyone is asked to drop off nonperishable food to fill the truck. donation go to young military families to help them happy thanksgiving. you can give a gift card for turkeys or hams and that truck will be therefrom 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. there in aurora. broncos cheerleaders brought holiday cheer to members of the military. yesterday afternoon, some of the women along with miles the mascot made a stop at freddie's frozen kustard in thornton. the broncos part nerd with them to cheer for the troops an initiative aimed at collecting eye tomes send to deployedsoldiers bringing joy to our fans and to our military.
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the community and be able to make a difference and let them know that colorado cares. >> this is the 10th year the broncos have donated gifts to the men and went overseas. broncos are collecting donations at the team stores at mile high stadium and at their training facility. after several delays, a state the art satellite is set to launch in to orbit. how it will help meteorologist like dave aguilera bring outmost accurate weather forecast. maybe it will give me a more accurate mouth to say join us on the other side of the break. the break. this is the ,,
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it's no secret. donald trump isn't for us. just listen. and as families struggle to make ends meet, coffman voted against equal pay for equal work 11 times. it gets worse. coffman said he would support donald trump for president. and that's all we really need to know.
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welcome back. good morning. good to have you here a live look from our mousetrap camera looking at the city a few clouds are out east and out to the west but overhead it's mostly clear so we will have sunshine to ok the city. up in severnence the weather watcher is reporting a chilly 34 degrees. a little shivering going on. here futurecast. starting out with clouds rain way out east out here. and even some snow going on in the montins. we will put it in -- mountains. we will put it in motion and most of the moisture stays out east in the mountains and a few passing clouds in the mile high city.
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70. 62 in ever green. colorado springs 66 and we -- ever green. colorado springs 66 and we should be around 68 degrees that's about 10 degrees above normal for this time year. >> we talked about it yesterday dave. the tools that will help you gib more accurate -- give a more accurate forecast and you learned significant details about this right? >> we did. yes. tentative date for the satellite is coming up on the 19th of this month but this is weather satellites that are going to across the board improve forecast tore blizzards floods and tornadoes. it's been over 20 years since the last upgrade to the u.s. weather satellite system. later this month, with the launch of the weather satellite forecasters are about to blast off into a whole new world. >> it's 5 times faster. it has four time the resolution and 3 times the number of expect rail bands or way to
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>> reporter: bringinger -- bigger stronger and fast neither way noaa describes it is as you're going from standard definition tv to high definition tv. >> reporter: built by lockheed martin in colorado it will be able to map lightning worldwide. greatly improving lead time for tornado warnings by as much as 5 to 10 minutes. in addition, the cloud imager will be five times faster that current technology allows. what makes all of this even forecasting is it is just the beginning. >> the goes program has 4 saturdayel lights that will monitor weather. goes r is in florida getting ready to be launched. this is goes s which will be lawn inched a couple years and there are -- launched in a couple years and two others will be launched between now and 2019. the satellite will have better mapping of solar and magnetic storms too. dave aguilera cbs4 news. >> thanks dave.
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a metro area woman is facing felony charges for impersonating her dead father and voting for him. it's another new case colorado voter fraud. cbs4 investigator brian moss will have the story tomorrow night at 10. here's a preview. >> reporter: he died years ago but voted twice after his death his daughter charged with voting in place of he dead father -- of her dead father. >> she understands the seriousness of her actions. >> reporter: the kinds of cases are now getting high level scrutiny. are you surprised people tried tried to get over the system as they tell us how the votes fit
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will catch them. >> candidates have gone as far as saying the vote is rigged. tomorrow night on cbs4 news at 10, brian maass takes the investigation dying to vote to the top levels of state government to ask if we should be concerned about voter fraud. daveing alayera has the game day -- dave aguilera has the game day forecast we are notplaying here. >> it's interesting is we will have the same weather here as oakland. 68 and partly so-- [audio not understandable] there you go. yeah pretty sure. so it's going to be a great day for us and for the broncos out in california. live look from the mile high camera there. partly cloudy skies. temperature wise we are 39 in meeker. 359 in so lieda and 42 -- salida and 42 at dia. jonathan has 40 degrees down there and he says it's been cloudy and cold and it's been rainy and can't see the snow levels but they saw snow up in
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big low pressure area over colorado. look at moisture in the water with the rain coming through south of lamar. we have got rain in the burlington and south sterling. not heavy duty but moisture and it wraps around and we have snow going on. reason for it is new mexico texas and parts of the oklahoma panhandle saw >> we are clear out tonight ants -- tonight and there's a cold front rising into california washington and oregon with a little rain there. and this will race in the colorado coming up for monday and drop temperatures a little to start week. but the business end and water end of the system goes up in canada and into the northern rockies so i am not coting -- counting on much of moisture so breezes and cooler temperatures to start next week. futurecast today rains and
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east of lamar-- here east of lamar. so if you are living out right along the kansas or nebraska line cloudy all day long out there. we will be clear to partly cloudy in denver and some of the mountains may have a little passing clouds maybe shower from time to time during the course of the day. before it moves out later tonight. all right. temperature wise we are going to be in the 50s and 60s out to the west. we will be in the 50s mountains. 54 in aspen today not too shabby and 60s and the eastern planes. pueblo looking at 70 this afternoon. 68 mostly sunny, 41 for the low tonight. and then 63 tomorrow and a little cooler and breezy and that's what that cold front willdo for us nothing heavy duty. i hesitate to call it a cold front because that's above normal. election day 67 up to the 70s wednesday briefly and then back down into the 60s on thursday. so there's a little up and down there but all of the temperatures are above normal for this time year, still.
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moisture. >> yeah. >> broken record we say it all the time. >> the sun is great but if we keep saying fantastic day we will get e-mails saying we need moisture. >> on the ski resorts they want to open. >> no kidding. that's another thing. >> thanks dave. the u.s. department of agriculture says more than 130 billion pounds of food are thrown out each year. for comparison in britain it's about 34 billion. those numbers are leading activists in the uk to put food des onto they tellteri okita -- tell tempt ri okita food waste is a environmental crisis. >> reporter: this is the third time in two weeks sara glover shocked at what's called the antisupermarket. shopped at what's called the antisiewpt supermarket because many items -- antisupermarket because many items have expired. >> the world is going we are exploiting it and i appreciate what the earth gives us. >> reporter: each weem week as
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here in england. and the it showcases how much edible food is discarded from supermarkets restaurants and hotels and cafes. places that donate the items to the you think it will work in the united states. >> yeah i think this concept could work anywhere. wherever food is wasted. >> reporter: keith helps runt market. and notes britain is the biggest food waste offender in the european union. >> what we want to do is getfood out of bins and offer >> reporter: they test for safety by smelling sampling and inspecting the food if it is bad they throw it away. >> i put my money. >> reporter: since items are donated customers pay whatever they want. >> it's brilliant brilliant. to think all of this stuff is saved from going into landfill. >> reporter: the real junk food project hopes it's the start of a global movement getting consumers to think twice before tossing. teri okita cbs news.
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donates groceries to schools and runs more than 125 food waste cafes around the world. project managers say they have had calls from people living in new york and indiana about opening cafes here in the u.s. the 9 0th annual thanksgiving parade is less than 3 weeks away. and preparations are already underway. what it takes to fly those giant balloons next. this is the news on cbs4. ,,
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,, ,, welcome back to cbs4 morning news. it's 6:54. 42 degrees. it's one of those days you want a jacket or your favorite broncos sweatshirt. you will need it throughout the day although we have sun shine on the way. fall temperatures are finally coming in to the colorado area. well the huge balloons that glide through manhattan on thanksgiving day are not easy to control as you might imagine. hundreds of volunteer balloon handleers train throughout the year to make sure that the holiday parade is a success.
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us inside saturday's dress rehearsal in new york. >> reporter: it takes military like precision. >> you stay to the outside you take 3 steps forward. >> reporter: and hundreds of enthusiastic volunteers to fly the giant balloons that are the centerpieces of the macy's thanksgiving day parade. >> come on we are moving. we are moving. >> reporter: michael now serves as a pilot after 10 years of volunteering. supervising those assigned to the back of the new diary of the whimpy kid balloon. >> i want you to listen to us. >> reporter: this year he is ging to him as dot-- his daughter and three sons who will fly in from california for the parade. >> watch that obstacle. >> you don't want tonight one to instruct or yell at them or tell them no so it's a challenge for me. >> reporter: more teams of volunteers were challenged with charlie brown and the trolls. and two smaller balloons, felix the cat the parade's first character balloon in 1927 and
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parade director pooch. >> we never had accordian legs in the parade. >> reporter: 70 new handleers are assigned to each balloon holding a line which could be wound up or down to keep theballoons steady and the crowd save. it's not easy learning the ropes. >> keep your bow at your waist. >> there you go. >> reporter: the rims are hooked. what's it like. >> amazing. different than what i thought. it's awesome. >> reporter: and they hope it will be more awesome wendy gillette for cbs news new york. >> thousands gathered for a parade at walt disney world magic kingdom yesterday afternoon to cheer on the world series champions. chicago cubs zobrist russell and ba ease road a-- baed rode alongside mickey mouse they are the first worldchampions to
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orlando park since the boston red sox in 2004. video shows a observing lacity thund -- observing lahome ooh thunder -- oklahoma thunder fan sinking a half court shot that won him 20,000 dollars he says he will pay off college. and the thunder may have used some of his long 3-pointers in the game. as they lost to minnesota 112p 92. dave. hey, that's not too bad. hey, around here we have there's a storm system right over col rue radough but we are -- colorado so we are under the the clear spot we are looking at sunshine and i will let you know if the moisture makes its way into denver. and looking live downtown, you can see sun is up now we have gained that hour. dave has the forecast on the
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good morning it's sunday november 6th. this is the news on cbs4. >> we are going to win the great state of colorado. >> donald trump takes the stage last night in denver. his message to voters as he looks to make a final push for supporters ahead of election day. plus, a coal creek canyon church suffers thousands of dollars in damage after a and after beating the chargers the broncos are in oakland to face another division rival tonight. what von miller has to say about where the team is this point in the season. >> live from colorado's newschannel, this is cbs4 morning news. >> and good morning to you. we hope you enjoyed the extra hour of sleep last night. i am kelly werthmann and we will have more of the headlines in a moment but fares check of the forecast dave ding-- first,


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