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we start with breaking news out of baltimore, maryland. three people are dead involving a transit bus and school bus. baltimore police confirmed three people are dead. at this point we don't know which bus they were on. from the video it looks like the cit was just scraped all along the side and sufferee damage. this happened 6:30 baltimore time. it's possible the bus was to or from a school. there's a high school two blocks away from the scene of this crash. again, three people dead. we haven't seen any kids in the video so far. we'll continue to follow this story. let's turn to breaking news at home. denver 7 on the
brighton trailer park. you can see the yellow crime tape. one percent oz wan stabbed repeatedly at a party inside the trailer homes. the person died and brighton police were following trails of blood in an attempt to find the suspect and parts of the trailer park closed down at this hour. we're working to get a description of the suspect. as soon as we have more information, we'll pass it along. within the past has been allowed back into their homes, some anyway. they were evacuated after explosive devices were found in a home. police believes two juveniles are responsible. jason gruenauer has details in three minutes. a colorado jail flood has caused almost a quarter million dollars and the cost continues to rise. we're talking about the picking county jail. the video shows an inmate fighting
it knocked out power to the 911 system. they hope insurance will cover the repair cost. at 6:01. it's november 1st and it's another mild start. this whole week we're looking at dry conditions. we do have a little more cloud cover here across denver this morning. in the mountains will pick up rain and snow today. not enough. we could use a lot more . mid to upper 60s for highs. yesterday, upper 70s. about the cold that passed through, it will be about 10 degrees cooler today. under a mix of sun and clouds, denver's highs around 67 to 68. du, a high of 70. brighton, 69 and littleton, 71. tomorrow is cooler. jason, we're tracking a few more weak cold fronts. we'll take a look at those coming up. >> we have a traffic jam coming
>> 270 is that way and 36 is way and continuing into downtown that way. and we did have a big traffic jam on the south side. there's a lottof cones set up from 128th avenue to 84th. it was long time for them to pick up the cones. they just did that, just finished in the last three minutes. take a look at the map that way. and you can see the red showing up. it should refreshen. it was sluggish there at 84th. otherwise, an improved drive into downtown denver. everything else busier here and there. no other major catastrophes yet. >> i like the green there. 6:03. police say this is one of the men who opened fire outside of a bar. the suspect is 5'9''and weighs 150 pounds. police are looking for a second gunman. if you know anything,,3 call crime stoppers.
their home when a couch catches fire. the home is a couple of miles west of the bear creek golf club. it probably started as an electrical fire. there's a lot of smoke damage and the residents had to find some place else to spend the night. two high school boys arrested and they were building explosive devices and the investigation forces dozens out of their homes overnight. denver 7 jason gruenauer live in castle rock jason, police and neighbors pretty >>reporter: yes, but the good news this morning is that those residents who were evacuated are let back into their homes. we saw three cars so far coming back home here. -?this is west pereskitt way. they were able to return. police don't believe there's a thheat to public safety, but when you're talking about explosive chemical and devices, it's something taken seriously by those who live here and by law enforcement. it
connection with a string oo car break-ins. when they searched the homes of one of the teens, they found chem cals and devices at could have become a bomb. so the bomb squad was called in. 30 homes were evacuated and the bombs were taken to a nearby golf course. listen what happens next. >> [explosion] >> dang. >> that, the -- that was the explosion as they detonated them actually in a bunker, a sand trap if the plu where this home is. those two, 16 year old boys were arrested on separate charges, they could be facing more charges. as for this morning, the home where the chemicals were found still taped up and hazmat stuff in the driveway. police are monitoring the home. the investigation is still ongoing. -- the investigation is
investigation is -- the fire is contained. it's burning but crews haven't contained -- crews have it contained. one person working on the pipeline in shelby, alabama were killed and several workers hurt. it appears the crew struck the pipeline with their equipment yesterday igniting gasoline and sparking that explosion. the colonial pipeline is -- it's the country's largest pipeline. gas prices a e because of this. 6:06. a toddler in serious condition after falling out of a second story window. this happened last night at a home in castle rock. this two-year old boy pushed through a -- he pushed through a second story window. no word if the parents are going to ace charges. he used to be director of the adams board -- he faces an
charge. aurora police he tried to is -- he tried to solicit sex online. trump support is surging. fbi officials are unlikely to finish their investigation before election day. clinton says she has nothing to hide. >> i will tell you this, if they want to look at some more e-mails of one my of staffers, by all look at them. >> hillary broke the law over and over and over again. we can be sure that what is in those e-mails is absolutely devastating. >> clinton's campaign is making a hard push in colorado. they just bought new ads and it's their first ad since july. they're bringing in high profile democrats as well to help the campaign. denver seven amanda del castillo joins us from aurora with all those details. amanda.
clinton's campaign clearly focusing on damage control after the developments with her e-mail controversy and the trump campaign capitalizing on the news. now, a real clear politics poll has clinton ahead by one. that's 45 to 44. all polls comes with a certain margin of error and ii this, it's three. trump could be ahead or clinton could be up by four. i should mention a new abc national poll shows the opposite with trump the clinton campaign september all of her -- clinton sent all of her surrogates to colorado. she'll meet with -- in boulder tomorrow, trump's running mate pence is returning to colorado. he'll campaign tomorrow night in love land. his vitity coming after trump's busy colorado weekend visiting golden and greeley. we're one week away
to mail them in by today. today is that deadline. if you don't get it in by today, have you to physically rock and turn those ballots in or your ballot in on your own. reporting live in aurora, i'm amanda del castillo, denver seven. denver seven is digging deeper into the local issues as well as we put together articles on the -- you can find those by downloading the free denver seven app. we're learning more about the man 13-month-old boy and dumps his body in the trash. 23-year old rogers told police the boy got high on secondhand meth smoke, fell off a counter and hit his head. rogers made his first court appearance yesterday and he's held without bond. search crews will comb through a landfill hoping to find signs of the boy. they were supposed to start locking yesterday, but weather forced them to postpone the search. it's 6:09. it's going to be cooler today.
october. we have a mild start to november. we'll be at 67 by 3:00 today. under a mostly sunny sky. the chance for any showers today, pretty slim. look at what we're expecting by 5:30. a few showers in the mountains and jason, we might get a few sprinkles near fort collins. >> construction is all gone. it has turned into a standard commute at this point with building traffic in the usual spots like here on 225th passed mississippi and down to iliff. douglas county on the northbound side of i-25. not too far from monument hill. a denver seven exclusive. barbara marshal, the mother of brandon mash shl sits down with us. you'll hear why the family sent 26 days in a shelter. police say a drunk driver is lucky to be alive after a head on crash and the driver is only 12-year old. 12-year old. we'r scott tipton -- our congressman? or is he a real-estate agent
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look from our mile high camera. it's the i-25 and people getting to work. nice and mild out there again today. around 50 degrees in denver. if you look at the ski reports from the mountain, they're blank when it shows snow fall. it needsssnow up there. we'll talk to lisa in a second . i'm going to talk about a story you'll see on denver seven. started line backing per the broncos, you probably know his protest to the national anthem. we sat down with a man who knows marshal best, his mom. >> barbara marshal discussed her relationship with her son and says he loves schools and education and always tried to give back. she got emotional when she described leaving brandon's father. >> we had -- we had to live in a shelter for 26 days because he was looking for us. it was too
and he never laid a hand on my boys, but i didn't want them in that environment at all. it was something that i needed to do and i never looked back. >> there were lighter moments during the interview. barbara tells us what brandon's favorite home cook meal. you can find that full conversation by downloading our free denver seven app. a halloween tragedy on the road. three people including two children killed when a car crashes into a truck on a haunted hayride. this happened in the jackson, mississippi. severals -- several others were injured. a denver officer assaulted in green valley ranch. we're told the officer's injuries were not too serious. one person? in custody. started today , your internet bill could get more expensive if you use xfinity.
booit could could get hit with a $ten overcharge. this probably won't effect a lot of people. you would have to stream 600 movies in a month to hit one tera booit in a month. >> what about jig -- what about a gigga watt. >> there was a cold front rolling through. here's your cheat sheet. we're going to be ten degrees cooler. mostly sunn cooler tomorrow. closer to our mark, our normal mark tomorrow. it has been probably the first time in quite some time. a beautiful -- beautiful right now. you can see from our vero camera near sterling, there's cloud cover out across the plains this morning. a few showers in the mountains west of the divide. very little activity on satellite and radar today. but the mountains could pick up a light rain-snow mix. you can see scattered showers by 12:00, 12:30 and across the
mostly sunny, but tonight, there is a slim chance that we could see a shower or two across the northern plains. you'll see from fort collins north into wyoming, a chance for a few showers this afternoon. overnight, cloud cover could lead to a sprinkle through early wednesday morning. but overall, really dry. our mountains will likely pickup most of it this next 24 hours and even then the shhwers aren't going to do much. it's not going to give us nearly what we need to where we ou mid to upper 60s by 2:00 to 4:00 today. denver a high of 67 to 68. overnight, we'll be in the 50s by 8:00. a little cooler tomorrow morning. some mid to upper 40s on wednesday. around congress park, 67 today. englewood, a high of 69. right around du, 70. same thing in aurora, upper 60s. mountains will be in the 50s today.
montrose at 67. tomorrow, we're 5, to 7 degrees cooler. we'll be near 60 on oned under a partly cloudy sky and more sunshine friday and saturday. shifting our bright spots to the end of the week. highs near 70 and a chance for shors on saturday. mid 60s on saturday. broncos not here weekend. it's a sunday night game in oak land. >> we have a very standard drive so the big picture is we're looking at standard commuting including southbound getting better aathough it's congested here around 128th. we had late construction down to 84th avenue so it's starting to unwind but we have a couple of extra minutes on the southbound side all the way down to 84th avenue. it's turning to a typical heavy traffic days including here - the construction project, they're refiguring the geometry of the intersection. that's what they're doing and that's why we're seeing a new traffic jam that will last forever a year as
construction. there's a new accident reported. not as bad as yesterday, northbound tower road at pena boulevard. no serious injuries involved and a -?new accident coming into downtown that's reported around i-25 and highway 36. we'll get a look at that in a minute. from air tracker seven, they're in the denver tech center, and light rails rolling along fine and i-25 rolling fine at arapahoe road. no children were on the bus. five people were killed. the crash happened at 6:30 baltimore time. fire chief there telling a reporter that no children were onboard that bus. we had not seen any from this video, but the death toll up to five now. injured from this terrible crash. it looks like the school bus hit head on into the maryland transit bus and then slid along the side causing
6:20. ninja turtles cruising around lakewood. this was a police officer. he visited a handful of drivers making sure that drivers yielded to him. a 12-year old boy is lucky to be alive this morning. police in austin, texas says he drove drunk and crashed head on into a car yesterday morning. police saw he swerving. when boy led police on a chase.r, th- he suffered one facing charges but the boy's parents could be charged with negligence. be careful when you pick up the oreos. two flavors recalled because of a milkaler gin not listed. the recall here effects two different flavors and it's the original fudge cream and the mint. one person has had annie ledge i can reaction and you can find details on our free denver seven app. this should put a smile on your face.
museum brought its star wars exhibit to the rockies hospital. parents also got blankets and they got star wars pajamas. >> you know those kids enjoyed that. that's fantastic. it's 6:21. the denver district attorney is speaking his mind. he says legal weed led to higher crime rates in you're going to hear
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sunday. wind speeds calming down. it was breezy due to the cold front that rolled through. it's going to be cooler. we'll be in the low -- low 60s. we could get a shower or two tonight. in a few minutes, i'll show you where. southbound side of i-25.m on the this is the best camera view i could show on the southbound side of i-25. there's an accident near 84th a traffic jam now developing back to the thornton parkway and back to 10th -- to 104th. air tracker seven is coming from i-25 near yale and colorado boulevard. they should be up there to get a better look in a little bit. the broncos is getting ready for a trip to oak land. they have a big showdown with the raiders on sunday night football. >> both teams are 6-2.
decade. coach kubiak says this could be the broncos biggest challenge so far. >> probably the biggest football team we'll play and moving the ball and the quarterbacks play extremely well. you know the problems we had with their pass rushers last year, so it's a big challenge and yet you're right. it's a big game. the broncos won eight of their fast nine games against the raiders. kickoff for sunday night's game, 6:30 colorado >> that's a tough one. we have good news fire burning in colorado. crews said they have made progress. the presideial candidates don't have colorado stops planned between now and election day. we'll give you the run day when we come back. here's a live look at the scene of homicide investigation in brighton. denver seven first on the scene. an active search happening right now. a person
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live look right now, one person is dead after a late night stabbing at a house party. >> we were the first to tell you about this. the stabbing happen at 2:00 this morning. and police are searching for a suspect. the dnc chair is accused of leaking debate questions to clinton. this is the latest scandal to rock the presidential nominee. ww're going to explain her new plan in a few a fire burning in southern colorado. take a look at the junkin's fire. the blaze is 95% contained. it has burned -- firefighters hoping to have favorable conditionings today. lisa is here with the forecast. we're hoping for rain and snow. >> the winds haven't been bad. that's a real problem for that fire. take a look at the
right now, we're just above freezing in some spots. 31 is our normal low here in denver. for what, weeks now, we've been in the mid to upper 50s 40s in the early morning hours so you can see just how far above normal we are. we're getting showers on the western slope this morning. we'll see scattered activity in the high country today. pretty we're under a mostly sunny sky, and ten degrees cooler. mid to overnight tonight, yet again, very mild. mid upper 40s by early wednesday. jason, here's your first alert. upper 60s today. it's going to get cooler tomorrow. we'll talk about that in a few minutes. the south side has been getting the business. there's a big traffic accident on the late construction down 84th accident. it's a big time traffic jam. air tracker seven was going up
of slow traffic up that way. it's going to take time to get through downtown denver. with the new crash, we'll get better pictures from air tracker seven. the traffic goes from 104th avenue. we're going to see long, slow traffic on the southbound side. also i-76, that construction project as they're redoing this, highway 85 and highway 76, they're changing the geometry of that intersection and that's why we're going to jam. rest of the freeway getting busier. one person is dead following this crash. four others in the hospital. police say the crash happened in the englewood near evans. a ford mustang hit a chevy tahoe and the driver of the mustang died. investigators aren't sure if speed or alcohol were factors in this crash. that man, jacob dill is due in court.
pictures to a middle school student. dill is held without bond. he's no longer working for the jefferson county school district. just in, we have confirmed six people are dead after a crash in baltimore involving a schoollbus and a maryland transittbus. video from the scene shows the devastation there especially to the city bus. we learned that no children were onboard this bus when it happened. that's the good news if there's any out of the school bus hit the city transit bus head on as you can see. right now, at this point we know there are other injuries involved. we don't know what led up to this the crash, or what ccused it. but baltimore police tweeted out just now they'll be giving a briefing to the mmdia any minute now. we'll keep you updated. the da is making his opinion known. he sent a letter to the state of california about the negative impacts of legal weed. mitch morris tells us that crime
became legal aad as a result, police haven't been able to focus on other crimes. pro marijuana groups says he's playing politics and he says he's statiig the facts. >> during this period of time, our crime rate has gone up, and our cops have been more busy on marijuana-related crimes than anytime in the history of this city. it has gone froo pounds to tons. letter he gave to california. you can read it for yourself by downloading the denver seven app. if you want to mail in your colorado ballot you need to do it today. both candidates are hoping to make a last minute push on our state. amanda del castillo is live in aurora where chelsea clinton will be later today. amanda. >>reporter: good morning, we'rey from election day.
luther library. this is the start of chelsea's -- tomorrow she'll be in bouuevard. she's focusing on her mother -- stronger together and helping to share that vision is that -- or that message is bernie sanders and he's expected to visit colorado during his coast to coast campaign swing. [audio prob eepected in loveland wednesday. this visit coming after donald trump's big [audio problems]. a politics poll put -- >> we had trouble with her microphone. awe florence man says police chief and a -- a florence man says police chief used excessive force. a man admits he ran from
no need to call in dozens of officers and a k9 and he wants an apology and money. the police department is not responding. there has been a -- a few weeks ago, investigators found a nail board on the popular stretch of the bike trail. several people had their tires popped and if you know anything, you're urged to call crime stoppers. pay. female workers said he touched them and sent -- some you noticed some of your facebook friends are claiming to be in north carolina. two jufsh nils accused of -- two juveniles accused of
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for coffman or trump. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. it's 6:38. we have a big traffic jam on i-25. you can see a five-vehicle accident. 1, 2 in the express lanes and several more in the left lane of southbound i-25 right before the 84th avenue bridge. extra lane. only the right lane is getting through this traffic jam right now. the southbound side is backed up solidly as you can see on the map from 104th avenue and it's going to grow to 120th before too long. the side streets, one of the great ones is federal getting down to highway 36th and then joining southbound 25 and you'll be wide open to downtown. these three colorado cities are among the best in the country. littleton, parker and
the rankings are based on housing cost, and school systems and the number of restaurants and the town of west field indiana ranked number one. >> you're from parker. >> i know. >> that's a good spot. gorgeous last night. this morning, we have a little cloud cover across the plains. live look from our vero camera. we might get a few showerssearly tomorrow and early tomorrow. a cooler. dry though. mostly sunny and 67 for a high this afternoon. winds today at 10 to 15 miles-per-hour. so it's going to be a touch breezy in spots. congress park right around congress park, we're at 67. aurora today, you're at a high of 68. lone tree, 67. lone tree, 68 and near d u at 70. here's your first alert, tomorrow is going to be another 7 to 10 degrees cooler. we'll take a look at that plus your
coming up in a few. 6:40. voters in centennial says they feel scammed for those campaigning for amendment 71. they found envelopes on their door from notes that appear to be handwriting. >> what bolthers me is the irony of a campaign that's about preventing grass -- what bothers me is the irony of a campaign that's about preventing grass >> it's a creative way to get people's attention. >> amendment 70 -- we posted an explainer that brings down myths and you can find that out -- two juveniles accused of building explosive devices. the investigation shut down a neighborhood for hours overnight. we're live on thee3
detonate -- two juveniles are accused of building that device. >> jason gruenauer is live. you were there when evacuation orders were lifted. >>reporter: at 5:00 a.m., people were allowed to return to their home. about 30 homes were evacuated. we've seen 5 or 6 cars drive-thru this area of this plum creek neighborhood in castle rock. no one wants to talk to the media. this is the home where the explosive device and hazmat left. these were devices found in this home according to law enforcement. according to police, it wasn't a bomb, but it could have become one. it was detonated at the nearby plum creek golf course. no one has hurt. 2, 16-year olds were arrested on separate charges in relation to a string of car break-ins and police searched the homes of one of those teens
chemicals. more charges could be coming to those teenngers of potential -- castle rock police say they're going to reach back out to the neighbors and the people who were evacuated and try to inform them and keep them up-to-date now that they're allowed back in their homes. there's a cass many rock police officer monitoring the scene -- there's a castle rock police officer monitoring the scene. they say there's no to public safety. i'm jason gruenauer. we have a big multi car wreck on southbound i-25 at 84th avenue. so three lanes of he interstate are blocked. traffic is now being halted temporarily to move the fire -- look at that -- some of the fire department personnel and the paramedics are out there. they're allowing the traffic to go on the southbound side of i-25. i'm hoping that means they're going to get the fire truck out of there and open 1 more lane, but right now we
side. on the northbound side you can see traffic stopped. you can see the southbound side before 104th and it's growing quickly. the side streets can get you down there, pecos down to 84th avenue, huron and granted and thornton, all those roads going down to 84th avenue and going southbound will save you time. more breaking news in brighton. police are investigating an overnight homicide. >> we're told one man was stabbed repeatedly and died later at the hospital after a fight broke out the suspect on the run. police have not released information about what that suspect looks like. the iraqis special forces retaken mosul -- you can see how close that area is to the center of mosul. this is important because this is the first significant building that iraqi
since the start of the'offense 2 weeks. they make their final push into the city and the fighting expected to ramp up heavily and the human rights agency said this morning the islamic state killed 44 former iraqi forces special members. overnight a family forced out of their hoerm because of an an west metro firefighters says an electrical issue caused the couch to catch fire. a lot of smoke damage, but no one injured. facebook friends checking in at the scene of the standing rock pipeline -- you know they're not in north dakota. why are they checking in there. it's a protest against the pipeline. people against the pipeline think it will confuse law enforcement.
catch the demonstrators. this woman is accused of attempted murder at those protest and she's accused at shooting at police. police were removing protestors and she said police were quote lucky that she didn't shoot all of them. it is now 6:47. here are your ffrst alert headlines. there's a cold front rolling through. it's going to bring our temperature down a bit today. a very dry start to november. when you look at latest first snow on record, november 21st. that's just a few weeks away. we're looking at a dry week. we could get a few showers this week. i'll show you when in a minute. right now we're at 49 degrees. wind speeds a good 10 to 15 miles-per-hour. it was a little breezy yesterday. today we'll still see winds up to 15 miles-per-hour. and it's a lot cooler. mid to upper 60s by 2:00 to 4:00. under a mostly sunny sky today. and then we'll
showers across the northern front range. denver today, 67. parker and aurora right around 67. castle rock, you'll see a high of 64. yesterday, one of the warmest days of the week, and things will get cooler from today into tomorrow. pueblo and lamar yesterday we were in the mid to upper 80s today. it's 10, 15 degrees cooler there. more 50s for the mountains. and more cloud cover there too. that's where we're see a few showers developing ts and there is a chance we'll get a few more scatter through the afternoon. mainly right through the central mountains, a little light rain and light snow. across the plains, we're pretty you'll notice a few showers that creep over i 25 close to fort collins, north up into cheyenne. we could get rain this afternoon and overnight tonight, we're under a bit more cloud cover which could lead to a few sprinkles early tomorrow morning. that's it though.
67 today. and then about 5 to 7 degrees cooler tomorrow. near 60 under -- under a partly cloudy sky. we're tracking weak cold fronts that bring our temperature down a bit, but they're dry. it doesn't bri a lot of moisture. >> firefighters are temporarily holding on traffic on southbound i-25 for the ambulance to get ing so they allowed the ambulance to saw the lanes, exit 84th avenue and then get over to probably the hospital right there off thornton parkway so the southbound side is going to be bbcked up badly as they're hopefully going to allow the traffic to get thhough. we'll see what happens here. until they do, traffic is stacking up quickly. by the second to 120th and it's growing. they have to bring in tow trucks because there's damage to all these vehicles in here. looks like they're going to move one off to
pushing it right now. the firefighters are pushing that vehicle off to the side and it's a lot safer. somebody asked me a question about this. it's safer for the firefighters and for the rescue personnel and emergency responders to get the vehicles to the side of the highway rather than having vehicles go by them while in traffic. they're stopping traffic to move the vehicles out of the lanes of traffic even if they have to push them out of the way. take a look at the map up that way in the southbound side, it rock solid back to 120th. a good way it, federal to 36th. even though you can see on 36th, it's slow right around pecos. you're going to find hat heavy traffic, it's mmving better than i-25. the rest of the map shows very typical slowing in the other usual spots, i-70, downtown, 225 and 1 accident at mineral and santa fe. ten until 7:00. clinton clinging to a narrow lead here in colorado. this morning, she's at 45%. trump at 44%.
colorado polls. we're a week away from election day and chelsea clinton is campaigning for her mom in aurora. she has planned in boulder and aurora. pence, the presidential nominee is in colorado tomorrow. he's going to stop at the ranch in love land. we have information on the free denver seven colorado residents setback their ballots. starting tomorrow you need to drop it off in person or vote in person on election day. this week, a federal judge in denver will decide if you can take a selfie with your ballot. right now, a colorado law prohibits showing who you voted for which in effect bans ballot selfies and the last month, a handful of lawsuits have been filed calling a selfie ban unconstitutional.
now it's six minutes before 7:00. good news, finally. southbound i-25 at 8 -- at 84th avenue. all lanes open. take a look at the back up. it stretch to 128th avenue. heavy stop and go traffic here, 45 minutes or so from this point all the way to downtown denver. lanes are open, but it's going to stay slower than average. after days of waiting, investigators will finally begin
body of this missing and presumed 13-month-old baby boy. 23-year old rogers faces charges of manslaughter and reckless child endangerment. if you want to mail in your is the last day to do so --day%- clinton is getting support for mayor web. three are holding a press conference at investigation into her e-mail. they say it -- an investigation now underway in baltimore after this deadly bus crash. six people killed this morning when a maryland transit bus. we're getting new pictures from the scene showing just how bad this crash was. there were no children on the school bus at the time. only a driver involved. we do not know who the six people were killed.
on denver seven. [ music ] liz is as and jason do this everyday, but this was a -- lisa and jason do this everyday. but the flash mob put a smile on a lot of faces of those kids. >> they do good stuff for those kids. >> they do. >> you do good stuff for us with dancing. >> it's not pretty. >> mitch has it's beautiful, i do give you a good forecast. >> you do. >> today, 67. it's going to be seven degrees cooler. we have a weak cold front roll you through. we might see a few showers from it but it's a slim chance. close to 60 on wednesday. a light shower overnight into early tomorrow. mostly sunny, thursday and friday. upper 60s to low 70s. and then just a touch cooler this weekend. a very mild start
thanksgiving. 23 days to go. >> that's crazy. >> top already. >> three minutes shy of 7:00 a.m. coming up on good morning america, bill kodzy wants the accuser to take memory test. will the judge take his side. legal analyst weigh in. here's what i'm hearing right now, i'm with the orlando police. can you tell me what you know about what's going on tonight? >> a judge releasing phone calls from orlando police from the night of the p shooting. coming up next on gma, you're going to hear how they convinced the gunman to surrender. clinton says comey is trying to -- gma has everything you need to know from the campaign trail and the latest on the e-mail investigation coming up in two minutes right here on denver 7. >> busy day on the roads -- busy
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pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. good morning, america. and breaking right now, donald trump surging in our brand-new poll, topping hillary clinton for the first time since may. as she battles back against that fbi investigation, defiant and demanding answers. >> i am sure they will reach the same conclusion they did when they lookeat there is no case here. donald trump doubling down. >> the clinton crime spree ends. it's going to end on november 8th. >> both their campaign managers are here this morning with exactly one week until election day. breaking overnight halloween hayride disaster. at least three people killed. seven others injured when a truck plows into their trailer. ambulances and helicopters race to the scene.