tv 7 News Now at 530 AM ABC November 3, 2016 5:30am-6:00am MDT
according to our pert ners at the denver post, a dozen people killed in the month of oth. -?>> we hear more about the details. >> increasing two things, first thing you mentioned. crime in general. and a dozen different deaths, murders here in the city. that's compared to 2015, only three and the cases related to cases of domestic violence. this is from the partners at the denver post. we have already had ten homicides in connection to domestic violence cases. in all of 2015, that number was just one. and obviously, this is a rising issue nationally and here in denver. to try to combat and curb those numbers and the city and mayor's office, working for months if not years, opening
in the state of colorado. it's -- the one stop shop, according to the mayor when they first opened this in june for services and support for domestic violence, trying to combat that number and police urging you or someone you know to experience domestic violence, report it immediately and you can do so anonymously. i'm jason gren other gre naur --. pulled a gun on him when he got into the vehicle. the 19-year-old was shot in the shoeld you are and should be okay. the police are lookiig for a black four door subaru legacy. also knew, this man is
brian williams of colorado. the judge handed don this judgment. found guilty of human trafficking and prostitution across colorado. it's now 5:32 and skies are cleared across the state. it's going to be a beautiful, bright, thil which i willy start. this is what it feels like, around the airport just above freezing. ft. collins, 34 and evergreen, 31. it's going to to the day. finding temperatures in the 30s to the 40s. the kids will need a jacket at the bus stop this morning. a beautiful afternoon. 68 in and around denver. sneer du, 70. golden, 67 and westminster, 68. we are tracking more snow potentially for the mountains as we head into the weekend.
it's drying today than it was yesterday. swut out on the side, it's a lot of green out there. the one hazard in place, the closure o of mississippi, going to be there from now until thursday between broadway and sante fe. use alameda or iowa as an alternate. a new poll in the presidential race hhs hillary 45% to 42% in this nee york times cbs news poll. most of those polled say they have already made up their minds and the late revelations about the candidates made no significant difference to them chand one in five said they already cast their vote. >> turning to the white house, grab your cell phone and ballot
the ban of selfies is still on the books. the judge sadz they do not plan on enforcing it. fog to continue this morning and stay with denver 7 as we continue to follow this devellping story. there is a went that has most of your information on it. the information of all colorado voters. >> your map and address and your age and in some cases has your phone number on it. called accurate resident -- you may be thinking, how does this website have all this seemingly private information. turns out, all of this is public record. anyone can get it for $50. they went out of their way to keep their identity private, tracing the e-mail to panama, so again, intended to be
candidates, can write in a candidate. >> caught up with one of them. this is the man, you can see him here. brian anthony perry and a homeless hitchhiker that wants to leelz marijuana nationwide. the quote is, i smoke weed and tell the truth. said he's a film makerrwith a little bit of a rap sheet, but a vision for the future. >> people see the guy on the corner, don't know about the dreams of the guy. >> if you write in a protest vote, mike landess mouse, donald duck, paul ryan, whatever -- if you want a list mickey mouse, donald duck, whatever, you can't because they have not filed an affidavit.
said the operation in hot water is to blame and we also learned that 20,000 gallons of water we were released. the water was contaminated with fire fight rg foam, with dangerous pfcs, but never got in the colorado springs water. the budget 28 and a half billion dollars as we told you yesterday. to get to that number of, cuts ne to be made. 100000000 from road funding and $145 million cut from school districts. how does that affect your student? calls for an increase per student funding. and they say they'll be in for a budget battle. some say it's not enough money. that's why the districts are going to you, the voter and asking for bond issues. >> the bottom line is this isn't funding us that colorado
people funding, $22 below the national average. i don't think that's the school system we want to have in colorado. >> the joint budget committee will meet begun and the budget expected in pay. a program for the city's homeless. denver day work. here's how it works. hiring to work one day and paid mostly at parks and rec sites. the mayor said it's going to be tested for a year. hiring 70 customer service employees for united health care. if the health care field isn't for you, there's going po be a job fair from 11 to two at the courtyard by marriott in cherry creek. if you have a child with did i believes, you likely
transitioning the into the real world. >> there's a partnership with the ymca and jefferson county schools. >> have this idea and they would engage the middle school, elementary school, we ended up with a 180 children. >> and that local man, teaching the kids the game of soccer and the keys to life. if your eyes were glued to the tv watching the world series, you missed a lot when it comes to the cmas. >> i think the tag is still on eric's shirt. pleety of sunshine and clear early on. the high for today in denver at 3:00, 68 degrees. and warmer tomorrow, but tracking snow.
woman: after all donald trump has said and done... she ate like a pig... you can do anything. i moved on her like a b***h! woman: trump's just so disgusting and degrading. he's bragged about assaulting women, and he's the republican nominee for president! and congressman mike coffman said he didn't know if donald trump's a sexual predator. come on. look, we just can't vote for coffman or trump. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. 5:41. 26 afghan civilians have be killed by strikes where two u.s. special ops forces were killed.
force in the mountains there. no comment on the deaths of the civilians. that came from police, but the u.s. military did confirmmthat two killed and two others injured. assisting forces fighting the taliban. people driving on colorado boulevard have been noting a well that looks like a fracking site. it is not a fracking well. it into an aquifer underground. part of the water consultation plan. going to pump in for wet years to save during a drought. now, the geologists will see how well it holds, if it's gold, build a pilot well. but the actually construction may not start for years.
the world series, the cmas. >> eric was live there from one of the biggest honors of the night. eric? >> what a show what one of the biggest honors of the year, garth brooks took down entertainer of the year. best in the biz. slammed at bridge stone, concert and everything underway last night with red carpet and everything. garth brooks hit hit the stage with trisha yearwood. . >> this was a lot of fun. a tribute performance by tricia and garth there. the crowd loved it. this was another highlight. this was from the vocal duo.
they were shocked. didn't think it was going to happen. and they got a little emotional. helping the entertainment media helping them get to where they are right now. >> i'm an emotional wreck right now. you guys treated us like we were special and not -- you guys, thank you, all o you, your faces, some of the unsung heroes here, you know? and it means a lot to us. that's how we request keep going. . >>reporter: there really are so many stories of artists that come to nashville that are broke, taking a chance and a chance to grow. and now, brothers odds born, they're -- osborne they're starts. >> more work to be done by that man. >> you know what the concern is?
going to stay here and try my shot. >> loves it there. >> cool town. it's cool. -- windchill -- winchell's? i'm not thinking donuts. it a weak system for the weekend. no snow on the forecast for denver yese again. winds from the southwest at five to ten miles per hour, again this that west southwesterly area, going to push it north by ten treegs. by three, mid to upper 60s and we'll start to cool back to the 50s by 7:00 this evening. in littleton, a high of 69,
70-degree mark. the foothills to the 50s and 60s. evergreen, 64. ft. collins, 74. so it's going to be warmer than it was yesterday. for the week weekend, you can barely soo what we're watching. the rain and snow in arizona and not to my recollection. our southeen and southwestern mountains will likely start to see the future cast on friday on midnight. gradually start to see more cloud cover here in town on saturday and could get also a few showers. again, down here, it's going to be just a little bit of rain. 60s and 70s today and tomorrow. maybe a shower on saturday from that system. most of it is going to again be to the southwest and a partly cloudy sky on sunday, another
60s and overnight lows at that point, going to start to get a little bit colder. going tohave to keep the jacket closer by, jason with the weekend. >> got c u and ucla. >> that's right. >> and a lot of traffic on in and around -- coors field. boulder and folsom field. that's for the game tonight. take a look now, looking great on high 36 and seeing the increase of traffic, 4:00, five clock, going into boulder and see that go g weg at 67:00 tonight. the rest of the ride around town is nice. this section of mississippi between broad way and sante fe, iowa or alameda can goat you
to make learning fun and changing lives. >> so i need the forward. >> i'll do it snch. >> defender. >> all right. >> no shortage of enthusiasm here even on a cold, damp day. >> i like making goals. >> exercising and get to meet new people. >> are you pretty good? >> yeah. >> the seacrest students, among six schools for the south arvada -- >> providing kids inclusion, fun, physical fitness and heightened self-worth. >> and the passion.
>> before this, i was just playing basketball and didn't know much about soccer. >> he believes this opportunity for children will pay dividends for them later in life, just as it did for him in mexico. >> i grew up playing soccer and i remember playing soccer with no pads, playing in the street, and really, soccer helped me to and really encouraged me to finish my college. >> the league is in its sixth year, so successful that the colorado rapids youth soccer leagge is on word board, employing uniforms and equipment. >> a template for other school districts.
the idea to help others. >> the denver channel and the prosecutes private -- under the community section, you'll press there on the 7everyday heroes. the denver ymca is part nerg with -- partnering with jefferson county schools -- says he landed a paying job at trader joe's. >> i think that his experience at the ymca has helped him learn the skills with customer service. >> and going to advocate for people, including people with disabilities. >> so far, six interns from zk schools.
still ahead, it is a prafrp that jim kim -- a prank that jimmy kim el feigns -- kimmel fans wait for every year. >> i ate your candy. >> going to show you the best and the crime and the laughter. >> a cat stuck on top of a water tower for days. 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?
ground being stuck high up in the air for days. on top of the wour tower. how did it get up there? who knows. yesterday, they saved the cat. cigarette timeeof year for abc funnyman, jimmy kimmel. halloween candy. >> i at your halloween candy. >> you're joking. >> know. >> what? >> i hate ait all your halloween candy. >> no. >> i'm sorry. . >> do you still love me.
>> fun to watch. >> beautiful out right now. beautiful clear skies. live from the camera, limon, dry conditions now, yesterday,s and fog and rain. -- clouds and fog and rain. windchills, feels like freezing this morning. we'll be at 48 degrees under a warmer. congress park, 68, englewo. and if first alert -- change on saturday. looks like the tracker found something interest. wadsworth. 110th, somewhere in that vicinity.
and everything else around town is in okay shape. all right. it is 5:55. let's show you what's coming up on good morning america. coming up, the brainy beauty that captured prince harry's heart. the actress, hiding out with the world's most eligible bachelor for the weekend, getting to know her home in toronto and getting to know her dogs. in a wirl wind, crisscrossing the area for months. and double dating with other members of the royal family, including his cousin. she uses much of her time to give back, including as world vision's global ambassador.
i'm michael bennet, and i approve this message. narrator: what do you really know about darryl glenn, the fringe
republican candidate for senate? darryl glenn doesn't believe in climate change. he's for eliminating the department of education. and glenn wants to outlaw abortion even in cases of rape and incest. reporter: glenn says if he's fortunate enough to go to capitol hill, he has no interest in working across the aisle. darryl glenn: i'm running against democrats. i'm running against evil. woman: after all donald trump has said and done... she ate like a pig... you can do anything. i moved on her like a b***h! woman: trump's just so disgusting and degrading. he's bragged about assaulting women, and he's the republican nominee for president! and congressman mike coffman said he didn't know if donald trump's a sexual predator. come on. look, we just can't vote for coffman or trump.
of this advertising. this is the colorado none of us want to lose. i'm gail schwartz, and i'm running for congress to stop the sale of our public lands. coloradans should have the freedom to use this land for ranching, hunting and fishing, not watch it sold off to the highest bidder. scott tipton wants to cut off our access to these lands for generations to come, killing thousands of jobs.
. 6:00 a.m., and we have a crew there, the first ones there. a stabbing investigation going on right now. >> a person stabbed outside of jerry's bar. the victim is in stable condition. police have not released information about the suspect. but they say, quote, we have a >> no active threat to the public, but if you know anything, call crime stoppers. a spike in crime here in denver. police have an idea of what's behind the trend. >> a lot of you stayed up late to watch the world series and the cubs win. we'll have a shot from chicago. >> had to stop when it got to 6- 6. it was a good game.