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their minivan. what the woman's mother is saying about this investigation on her family. plus-- when a good cop goes in and tries to help, they shouldn't have to die. >> heart breaking story to bring you this morning. a police officer in the state of washington shot and killed after responding to a domestic violence call. why a witness says police did everything right. good morning from colorado's weather center. temperatures are in the and 20s this morning. next week, highs will be in the teens and 20s. plus two chances for snow in denver's future. all the details are straight ahead. ashton, thanks a lot. we have an accident southbound along i-25, block, off the left lane at thornton parkway. we'll take a look at the delays. police officer is killed after a shooting in tacoma, washington overnight. the suspect shot and killed the
not long ago. an officer was rushed to the hospital for surgery after the shots were fired. he later died. a woman and her two children were safely taken from that home. another woman who was inside during that shooting says police did nothing wrong and it was the suspect who fired the first shot. >> i want you to know that the tacoma police department did any and everything that they could to protect and serve. they wd of him, his family and anyone else that was involved in this matter. >> last time an officer was killed in the line of duty in tacoma was in 1997. the latest now on a heart breaking case that has stunned the community. a mother from humid ranch disappeared with her two kids yesterday. their bodies were found in the family's minivan. someone passing by a closed sports authority store in lone tree spotted the van parked outside and called police.
night. their boys were ages 3and 5. they were last seen leaving bear canyon elementary school earlier that day around 2:00 in the afternoon. investigators say there is no threat to the public. neighbors are supporting the husband and father of those two young boys after his unexpected and tragic loss. >> everybody is blind sided. we had no indication, nothing like that. no abrupt behavior by means. >> labor's mother tells us her daughter was happily married and they talked about what to cook for christmas. she says her daughter and grandkids died from gunshot wounds. the preschool is holding a prayer vigil for the family tomorrow at st. phillip early learning center in littleton from 1:00 to 2:00. a gym teacher is accused now of sexually assaulting a child in jefferson county. new details in court documents reveal how it happened.
from home and called michael bueno for help. he reportedly drove her to her family's cabin where deputies found both of them drinking. he was arrested tuesday night for contributing to a minor and sexual assault of a child. he was released on $25,000 bond. he is on leave and will be in court next week. tomorrow the community is remembering a fallen state trooper and father who was killed when a driver struck him. today officers d teaching drivers a life saving lesson. jamie leary is live to tell us about this. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, britt. law enforcement will be stopping drivers along this section of i-25, the southern corridor, who are in violation of the move over law. not only to educate, but possibly to cite for a violation. in summary, the law requires that when you're driving if there's an emergency vehicle trying to get through, you need to move to the right side of the road and top to clear --
if you're passing an emergency vehicle stopped on the side of the road, pass in the furtherest lane to the left. five different law enforcement agencies are teaming up today to take part in the educational campaign. this law has been in place since 2005, but officials say they felt a need to remind people it exists because they state that motorists don't know the law or simply refuse to move over. the most recent example is last friday when a truck driver drifted over the striking csp trooper cody donahue. he was pulled over investigating a crash. he was killed instantly. funeral services will take place tomorrow. law enforcement will be out enforcing the law all day today. in arapahoe county, jamie leary, cbs4 morning news. let's get to weather and traffic now. here's ashton. >> good morning to you. good morning, everybody. it is a cold start to the day. teens and 20s up and down the front range, while in the mountains we're in the single
degrees outside. sun will be up two minutes after 7:00 a.m. won't be as as much sunshine as yesterday. erie is at 19. 20 in brighton and 22 littleton. make sure the kids are prepared for the chill. 21 on average at the bus stop this morning. by noon today we'll be at 37. high temperatures a few degrees above that. 39 for the high today, because of the extra cloud cover i'm going to keep temperatures a little bit bewh were yesterday. we did hit 40 yesterday. let's get over to joel. good morning. we're watching from copter 4, got a trouble spot southbound coming down into town. this is at thornton parkway. what you're going to notice is two cars along there, the car along the left, the truck, heavy front end damage, so my guess is there is a car farther down the road with back end damage. the scene is playing out there in the left lane and it looks like they blocked off the left center lane as well.
that's going to make for a tough drive. take a look at the backups from our cdot camera, it's turned and you can see the headlights. it's in the worst possible spot. so we have speeds dipping into the 40s. we're going to see those continue to tick down and the drive times continue to tick up. if you are about to get in your car, turn on our partners koa newsradio and get the latest traffic and weather together. boulder police are investigating a deadly bike versus semi crash. night near 28th and arapahoe. boulder police say the semi driver did not initially realize he had hit that cyclist. police had to stop the driver, but he is being cooperative. the victim was a man in his 60s. story developing involving a 16-year-old victim at a party. here is video of the 16-year- old. he was killed over the weekend at a warehouse party with other teens at cherokee and arkansas.
in the parking lot. somebody pulled a gun. a second person shot in the hand. nobody has been arrested yesterday. kim leaves family and friends. >> makes me sad, too, because he had his life in front of him. like, he was going to be a great musician, but he died. >> friends are planning a candlelight vigil tomorrow night at 7:00 at utah park. aurora police and city leaders are addressing recent attacks based on racial hatred. an african american woman who her home has been attacked for the second time in two weeks. we told you about the first case last tuesday when hateful messages were spray painted on her door. now city officials want it to stop. >> hateful graffiti and other crimes have no place in our city. absolutely no place in our city. >> aurora police say african- american citizens have been
slavery and other racial slurs. a longmont family says their dream home was become a nightmare because of a mold problem they say is being ignored by the builder. john lily says he and his family have had problems since they moved in. they contacted the builder and found shoddy plumbing upstairs. they say the problem wasn't completely fixed and the mold was making them they say it was not enough. they hired an independent inspector who confirmed mold was still a problem. lily says the builder is ignoring the issue. >> it's been months now and we've given them everything they ask for and they never admit mold is a problem. >> the health issues have forced them to move into a temporary apartment. they have even slept outside in a tent at times. the builder says they did two indoor air quality tests and
issues and no further action is needed. you can read the builder's entire response on our web site at cbsdenver.com. president-elect donald trump travels to indiana today to announce a deal to keep about a thousand jobs at a carrier air conditioning plant. it's a promise he often made on the campaign trail. >> companies like carrier, simply fire their workers and move their operations to mexico. guess what? not going to be so easy to do any more. >> trump will air conditioning employees today. in a statement carrier credits "an improved more competitive u.s. climate" and incentives by the state. the president-elect says he will take himself completely
are slated to take over the family business, will outline details in a news conference coming up in a couple of weeks. have you peeked outside yet? 21 degrees out there right now. and there's more cold coming. and next on the cbs4 morning news, new link between drinking white wine and cancer. the results of a new study to share with you just ahead. more than a dozen tornadoes hit the southeast. the damage and deaths left
,, ,, welcome back, everyone. sitting a little less may help people with type two diabetes control their blood sugar levels. this is the news in health. european researchers found standing and light walking are a good alternative to traditional exercise to keep diabetes under control. and this story, a new study at brown university connects white wine with an increased risk of melanoma. researchers found each glass of
associated with a 13% increased risk of melanoma. beer, red wine, and liquor did not seem to strongly affect skin cancer risk. and new evidence shows aspirin can help older adults live a little bit longer. research at usc find a daily low dose can help seniors reduce the risk of a heart attack and even prevent some cancers. let's turn to the weather picture now. ashton, i know you are busy. >> yes, indeed will happen next week. before we get to that, we have some snow on the way for the mountains today and maybe a little bit of snow in the metro area coming up tomorrow. this morning as we look to the east, you'll see a little bit of light now showing up there right on the horizon. 23 is the temperature. sun still not up until 7:02. it is the first day of december, so we wanted to take a quick look back at last month and 23 of the 30 days in november included above normal temperatures, including a tie
the 16th. we averaged 45.1 for the temperature. that's highs and lows together. tenth warmest november on record in denver. and that's after the fourth warmest october that we had. 4 degrees in leadville this morning. 20 in salida. 15 in greeley. highs today, close to 40 for denver and the front range. similar situation on the eastern plains. though burlington you should get up lamar, la junta mid-40s for you. you can see some cloud cover along the front range. that's one difference today compared to yesterday. we will have clouds around. we won't have the full sunshine like yesterday. two different fronts, one on the east coast, that's moving east. shouldn't be much of a weather maker for them. cold front in idaho and western montana on the way to idaho. will spread snow into the mountains. maybe an inch of two or
country today, that's it. snow possible along the front range tomorrow, especially the foothills and palmer divide, where there could be up to an inch. most of us around the metro area, we'll see snow tomorrow, but very little, if any, accumulation. dry for the weekend before our blast of arctic air arrives next week. it's coming from siberia. will be here tuesday and wednesday. highs only in the teens and expecting at least 5 to 10 inches of snow. today 39 with increasing clouds. tomorrow, 34 with light snow highs in the 40s. joel. we got a traffic alert we're following. copter 4 over a water main break, this is right at where u.s. 36 turns in to 28th there. at baseline. not sure which portion of the road is blocked off as you get right into that area. it's going to be tough for you as part of that morning commute. if this is your drive, you know probably what we're showing you here. there is a water main break and
breaks, they have to dig out the roadway and repair it and refill in that dirt and repave it, so it will last through the morning hours today, and possibly tomorrow as well. not our only trouble spot. closer to 88th near thornton parkway, south of thornton parkway i should say, left two lanes blocked off. express toll lane is open right now. they are tolling fo over to the right there. take a look, drive times, speeds dipping down into the 20s. 23 minutes to get you from thornton to denver right now. 19th and curtis side street accident. and there's some construction along i-70 as you get near highway 58. thank you, joel. this morning investors are watching oil prices and you may want to check your google account. malware hits over a million accounts. this is the news on wall
york stock exchange. hi, jill. >> reporter: good morning, britt. investors are keeping an eye on oil prices and tomorrow's job reports. futures now pointing to a lower open. opec reached a deal to cut oil production by 1.2 million barrels a day. an oversupply has led to lower prices. oil prices shot up yesterday by that's good news for energy companies. bad news is, we'll likely be paying more at the gas pump. more than a million google accounts hit by malware. it was traced back to dozens of legitimate looking apps. once it is in there, it steals e-mail addresses and can access data from g mail, google photos
online. users can download and watch without internet connection later on. finally, britt. >> no kidding, jill. thank you so much. best news we've heard today. take a look at today's top stories now on the cbs4 morning news. a change of plea hearing is happening today for a man who admitted to blowing up a mailbox with a pipe bomb to apparentlyism press his girlfriend. this happened in april. investigators revealed surveillance video from a nearby chuck e. cheese where they identified him and his girlfriend. there's the mailbox. people in the southeast part of the country are assessing the damage this morning after more than a dozen tornadoes touched down across four states early yesterday. at least five are dead after those twisters hit alabama, louisiana, mississippi, and tennessee. those tornadoes were part of a severe weather outbreak that
the damage is very heavy. some of them very powerful tornadoes left areas devastated. ironically, the storm brought rains to tennessee where wildfires have destroyed hundreds of structures there. thousands came to mourn the soccer players from brazil that died in the fans waved their cell phones in the air and chanting the names of the players. they are still looking into whether the plane ran out of fuel. hockey fans, this is for
attention today is salt lake city. they'll have snow causing delays. here in colorado, a little bit of snow in our mountains. looks good in the midwest. kansas city, mostly sunny, 43. dallas gets to 64 with sunshine. over all better today compared to yesterday on the east coast. lots of sunshine for new york city and d.c. highs near 50 there. all major airports across the country are in good shape. let's get over to joel for the traffic. want to show you this shot from copter 4, live isn't that beautiful? you have the orange sunrise on the horizon. of course, the clouds there, and you can see all the traffic along the boulder turnpike. as you get into town at baseline, from westbound to northbound, that ramp is closed due to a water main break. those closures will last the next six to eight hours. they have to dig it up, repair it and that takes time. along i-70 not too bad. southbound coming down into
you make your way to 88th blocking off the left lane. speeds dipping into the teens and 20s behind that. eastbound along i-70 loading up. speeds average into the lower 50s as you make your way from i- 25 to i-225. thanks, joel. let's get a preview of what you'll see today on "cbs this morning." >> we continue our coverage from guantanamo bay. we'll look at some of the detainees of the prison who have never been charged. and a new groundbreaking rech lives. the news, it's back in the morning. we'll see you at 7:00 on the dot. >> you can catch gayle king, charlie rose and norah o'donnell on "cbs this morning" after our newscast. coming up this morning, how light bulbs could be a new crime fighting tool for denver. and the broncos waiting to
,, we hope you're warm this morning. this is the news on cbs4. i'm alan gionet. >> i'm britt moreno. it's a hot topic kind of morning. this is the news at 6:30. officers and deputies are working toer drivers who don't move over. jamie leary tells us why following the state law is more important than ever. coming up after using a bed sheet to escape from jail last week, well, a fugitive is back in a jail bed this morning. good morning from colorado's weather center. almost everybody across colorado is below freezing. we're in the teens and 20s in the denver area. that's where we will be for high temperatures next week.
heading our way. tough drive southbound coming into town. accident still in place blocking off the left two lanes in the right shoulder as well. we'll take a look at the drive times coming up. thanks a lot. as colorado prepares tomorrow to remember another police officer struck and killed on the side of a highway, officers will be out in force today to remind us all to move over. cbs4's jamie leary is live at i- 25 and arapahoe to talk about it this morning. jamie. >> reporter: we're along starting this morning law enforcement from five different agencies will be pulling over drivers in violation of the move over law. this law, it's been in place since 2005, but too many preventable accidents each year have prompted law enforcement to remind people to pull over on the side of the road. they say this morning's campaign is for educational purposes, but they could be giving citations as well.
violation was just last friday when a truck driver drifted over the fog line, killing trooper cody donahue. he was pulled over investigating an accident. coming up, we'll explain what else that law requires and we have details on funeral services for that trooper. live in arapahoe county, jamie leary, cbs4 morning news. thank you very much. denver's first flight to havana, cuba took off last night around 11:15. that night, which has a stopover in miami, arrived there about 30 it will depart miami for cuba this morning at 6:45. charlotte and miami will be the only american hubs offering nonstop flights to havana. american airlines is offering flights to havana following the death of former leader fidel castro. new video shows a man who tries to rob a bank in aurora. however, he did not realize the bank was already closed when he demanded money from the tellers. this happened at the academy bank inside a wal-mart on
he did leave empty handed. police say he is still out on the streets. broncos, we're waiting to hear from the broncos about whether trevor siemian will start sunday. we found out yesterday he sat out with a foot sprain from practice. coach cube back said it hatch -- kubiak said it happened on this play in overtime when he was sacked. he played the is now listed as day-to-day for the second time this year his status is in doubt. he was not ruled out for the falcons game until the saturday before. there is no hurry to make a call for this sunday. but he does sound optimistic. >> i think i'd be fine. i think at this point in the season you're not getting too many live reps in practice as it is. mentally you have to maximize that aspect as best you can.
ahead. want to take it one day at a time, listen to greek and put as much into each day getting better as i can. >> they face the jaguars in an early game sunday. kickoff is at 11:00 a.m. this week's junior weather watcher is brandon from aurora. his dad tells us he wakes up at 6:00 every morning to watch the cbs4 morning news. we appreciate that, brandon. take a look at his audition weather. did you know that hurricanes can reach speeds up to 250 miles per hour? and tornadoes can reach speeds up to 350 miles per hour? thank you for considering me to be a junior weather watcher. >> i love this because he provides analysis behind the weather story. be sure to join us tomorrow morning to catch brandon's tv weather debut. >> i think the classic part with the hands behind the back,
young man. >> i should try it. seems so professional. he brings a little tear to my eye. >> you're proud. >> 25 degrees the temperature now here in denver. the sun will officially be up in a little less than 30 minutes from now, 7:02. there's a lot of cloud cover on top of us. these clouds will be with us all day long. mountain areas colder. single digits and teens in the high country. 5in gunnison. 13 now in later on we'll be around 30 for most areas in eagle county. 31 for aspen and 30 in summit county for frisco. meanwhile along the front range a degree or two colder than yesterday thanks to the added cloud cover. that will put us in the upper 30s this afternoon. we'll zoom out. two different weather makers playing the game across the country. there's a front on the east coast moving east. this is what was responsible for the severe weather in the southeast last couple of days. then there's a front in idaho
see a few snow showers in the mountains today. maybe an inch or two of accumulation, including along the i-70 corridor approaching the eisenhower and johnson tunnel. tomorrow more snow in the mountains and possibly a few light snow showers in denver tomorrow. any accumulation in the metro area would be minor. less than an inch. for the most part, along the palmer divide and foothills. next week here it is, our arctic blast we've been talking about. still on track to be here next tuesday and wednesday. highs only in the teens and early outlook for snow is 5 to 10 inches in the metro area. that would start next monday night and continue into tuesday. 39 for today, though. we keep it dry here. and tomorrow 34 with a few light snow showers. sunny for the weekend. with some luck we could get close to 50 on sunday. joel. i'll take that luck. copter 4 showing us a traffic alert we're following. this is i-25 southbound coming into town at thornton parkway. you can see the left lane is blocked off and left center
have the tow truck to load up the last car that's in the way. when that pulls off it should be a good drive. big backups. speeds dip into the single digits, and that's pretty steady to the accident point. then it opens up into the 20s. past that into even the 50s and 60s. 40 minutes to get from thornton to denver. from the cbs4 pointed itto the west. all the headlights are heading eastbound coming into town. i-25, loading up and slowing down a little bit. accident 19th and curtis. ongoing road work off to the shoulder close to 58th. westbound along i-76 out to i- 70 you can see that slowing at the merge, and typical slowing southbound along i-25 getting past santa fe. southbound along i-225. as we take you up into the high country, you can see the icy
chain restrictions are in place for commercial vehicles. we're definitely in the season now. second fugitive inmate who escaped last week from a county jail in california by rappeling by a bed sheet was arrested last night. a standoff lasted more than seven hours. the man was recaptured at a house in san jose. late tuesday marshals and police arrested a 26-year-old. they both escaped last week cutting through bars on a second story window and using a bed sheet as a rope. denver police are hoping more light will mean less crime. last night police and community volunteers went door to door in the capitol hill neighborhood handing out light bulbs to homes where police say the porches needed a little bit of extra light. this came after an experiment in the highlands ranch, excuse me, the highlands neighborhood
or bad guys lurk in the darkness and if you have your porch light on it might discourage them and move on somewhere else. >> i like that we live close to the police department, but overall we have a great community here, the neighbors really know each other and talk to each other, so i feel like it's a pretty safe neighborhood, but we probably will leave the light on. >> police are hoping that having a better relationship in some neighborhoods will change crime rates. she says her son was neglected to death. tonight at 10, a cbs4 death of a developmentally disabled man and why he did not have a life saving device in his final minutes. cbs4's brian maass has the preview. >> reporter: he had the mental capacity of an 8-year-old and disabling physical problems. >> he couldn't hold the phone without shaking. >> reporter: but he had a special device that could save his life. we found in his last hours he
>> my son wasn't cared for in the right way. he wasn't cared for at all. >> be sure to watch brian maass' investigation, neglected to death, tonight on cbs4 news at 10. coming up next, broken hearts all across colorado and neighbors react to the unexpected and tragic loss of a mother and her two young boys found inside their minivan in lone tree. this troubling jeffco gym teacher accused of sexual assault. police say they caught him with booze and a teenaged girl in a cabin. talking nba and the nuggets have had their share of frustrating losses this year. last night was down right embarrassing. hosting the heat, miami came within five wins so far in the year. heat dominating the second quarter. heat up five at half.
f0 welcome back. it's time to check your weather and traffic together as we to every 10 minutes. beautiful shot over downtown denver from copter 4 this morning. the clouds will be around all day long, and that's why temperatures are going to be a little colder today than yesterday. wendy our weather watcher in peetz has 20 degrees. paul in westminster has 21 this morning. our weather watcher in the san juan mountains, jonathan reporting 19 degrees down there. and he's talking about the ski area opening up. lifts will run in telluride from 12:00 to 4:00 today and official opening coming up tomorrow. let's get over to joel with the traffic. we've been watching this drive southbound coming into town. cdot shifting the camera off to show you the backups. we still have the flashing lights that are in place in the left and left center lanes. the express toll lane remains
trying to get on and that's causing slowing. speeds into the single digits behind this accident. 43 minutes to get you from thornton to denver. joel, thanks a lot for keeping track of that. a 45-year-old veteran police officer is dead after a shooting in tacoma, washington last night. the suspect was shot and killed by police during a long standoff a few hours ago. this started when tacoma police arrived at a house domestic violence call. the officer was rushed to the hospital for surgery. police later confirmed his death. about 100 people joined in escorting that body to the medical examiner's office. a woman and her two children were safely taken out of the house. another woman who was inside the home during that shooting says police did nothing wrong and it was the suspect who fired the first shot. >> i want you to know that the tacoma police department did any and everything they could to protect and serve.
of him, his family, and anyone else that was involved in this matter. >> the last time an officer was killed in the line of duty in tacoma was back in 1997. tomorrow people will remember a state trooper and father of two killed in the line of duty when a driver failed to abide by road rules and struck him. this morning ahead of this, officers are teaching a possible life-saving lesson to drivers. cbs4's jamie leary is live at i- 25 and arapahoe to tell us about this. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the move over law has been around since 2005. but officials say too many drivers don't know about it or fail to even follow the move over law. so this morning they say they're handing out citations because the fact that people don't know about it have resulted in too many needless crashes. the most recent example resulted in the death of a trooper. last friday csp trooper cody donahue was killed when a truck
line and struck him. he was over on the shoulder investigating a crash. he was instantly killed. the truck driver was in violation of the move over law. the law requires when possible that you move to the furtherest left lane when passing a stopped emergency vehicle or tow truck. if an emergency vehicle is approaching, the law requires you pull over to the right side and stop. five different law enforcement agencies are taking part in this campaign, stopping vehicles in violation of the law along the southern corridor of i-25. now, while it's for educational purposes mainly, csp troopers and law enforcement from around the metro area say they're not afraid to hand out tickets if you're in violation. funeral services for trooper cody donahue are tomorrow. we'll continue to follow that story as well. live in arapahoe county, jamie leary, cbs4 morning news. jamie, thank you. the latest on a heart breaking story that has sent shock waves through the community. a mother from highlands ranch and her two kids disappeared
found in the family's minivan. someone passing by a closed sports authority store in lone tree spotted the van and called police. jennifer laber and her sons, 3 and 5, were reported missing by their husband and father. they were last seen leaving the elementary school tuesday afternoon. investigators say there is no threat to the public, though they have not said how parents whose children attended school with the boys say this loss is absolutely devastating. >> how something like this would happen is, you know, dumb founding to me. >> we have no words for it. it's just, it's shocking and heart breaking. >> by phone laber's mother tells us her daughter was happily married and discussed what to cook for christmas. she said her daughter and grandkids died from gunshot
boys went is holding a prayer vigil tomorrow afternoon in littleton. middle school gym teacher michael bueno is accused of sexually assaulting a child in jefferson county. new court documents reveal what happened. the documents allege the 17- year-old victim had run away from home and called the teacher for help. he reportedly drove her to her family's cabin where investigators found them both drinking. boulder police are the driver of a semi truck unknowingingly hit and killed a cyclist. it happened last night between 26th and arapahoe. the driver apparently didn't realize he hit the cyclist so police had to stop the driver. he is cooperating they say. developing story now involving a 16-year-old shooting victim at a denver party in a case that's still not solved. sang kim of aurora was an avid aurora. he was killed over the weekend
cherokee and arkansas. a fight ended up in the parking lot. a second person was shot in the hand. police have not made any arrests so far. >> it makes me sad, too, because he had his life in front of him. he was going to be a great musician, but he died. >> friends are planning a candlelight vigil tomorrow night at 7:00 at utah park. an aurora woman says she is targeted once again because she leaders are addressing recent attacks based on racial hatred. an african-american woman who does not want to be identified says her home has been attacked for the second time in just two weeks. we told you about the first case last tuesday when hateful messages were spray painted on her door. now city officials are getting involved and they want it to stop. >> hateful graffiti and other
city. absolutely no place in our city. >> aurora police acknowledge african-american citizens have been subjected to comments about slavery and other racial slurs. a change of plea hearing is happening today for a man whose attempt to woo a woman went wrong. he admitted to blowing up a mailbox with a pipe bomb to impress his girlfriend. it happened in arvada in bowman after finding suspicious vehicles from the night of the explosion. they also identified him and his girlfriend from a nearby chuck e. cheese. donald trump travels to indiana today to announce a plan to keep about 1,000 jobs at a carrier plant. >> companies like carrier,
mexico. guess what, not going to be so easy to do any more. >> trump is going to meet with carrier air conditioning employees today. in a statement carrier credits an improved, more competitive u.s. business climate it expects under the new administration, as well as incentives offered by the state of indiana. trump also continues to interview candidates for his team, including indiana senator dan coats who is under serious consideration as director of national intelligence. the president-elect also now completely out of his business operations. mr.trump and his children, who are slated to take over the family business, will outline details in a news conferences coming up in a couple of weeks. music royalty was in town yesterday. bruce springsteen stopped by the tattered cover on colfax to promote his new book. more than a thousand people got their hands on tickets to meet the boss, to get a prized signed copy of that book and of course a picture. one woman knew all the way in
jersey with her baby for this event. >> you don't get to meet a hero that often. >> i'm going to thank him, shake his hand, freak out a little bit. >> tickets sold out in less than three minutes. bruce shook a lot of hands, gave a lot of hugs and gave and got the occasional kiss. >> how many people did he hug? santa will be in westminster tonight with the fire department and community volunteers will nick around the city. this is a tradition that started in 1935. santa will be in town through december 6th and he's got to go back to the north pole. he'll travel a nightly route through different parts of westminster. santa loves this weather, because this is a little cold outside. >> it is chilly. but next week i think even santa would agree, this is too cold. next week we have frigid arctic air coming into colorado. now it is chilly outside
outside there. meanwhile, our rooftop here at cbs4 -- clouds will stick around approach all day long -- pretty much all day long. single digits and teens in the mountains now. lower 30s for most mountain towns this afternoon. along the front range and eastern plains, highs in the upper 30s and lower to middle 40s the closer you are to the kansas state line. national picture, a cold front on the east coast responsible for the severe weather in the deep south. here is a front in idaho and western montana that's moving towards colorado. as it approaches today, we'll see a few light snow showers in our mountains. not much in terms of accumulation. maybe an inch or two around vail and summit county. along the front range tomorrow we could see a few light snow showers. especially in the foothills of jefferson and boulder counties. i think that's where most of the snow will be tomorrow. maybe an inch of accumulation
here comes our arctic blast, it will be here tuesday and wednesday. the highs will only be in the teens the middle of next week. early forecast is still for 5 to 10 inches of snow starting monday night. for today, increasing clouds, high 39. tomorrow 34 with light snow. the weekend, sunny with highs in the 40s. watching from copter 4, i- 25 and c-470, we have that volume loading up heading into the tech center in the northbound direction. southbound coming into town, they've en around, this is near 92nd. you'll see flashing lights. we're waiting for an earlier accident to be moved out of the way. speeds into the single digits behind that accident. picks up into the 20s. isn't that nice? still, looking at huge drive times southbound coming into town. across the denver metro area, 19th and curtis side street accident, and earlier stall out of the way, westbound i-70 at
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