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for the content of this advertising. . we begin with breaking news on -- a student dead at the high school at berthousand dollar. tloud. >> photos of inside and outside the building. the school here is going to be closed both today and tomorrow, according to law enforcement after the body of a teenager was found dead inside the high school earlier this morning. it started when the teen was reported missing by his parents who said he may have gone to the high school. the investigators opened the door and found inside, the age
released, and police say there is no threat to public safety. berthoud high school is out today and tomorrrw. are we also following breaking news out of denver. a woman is dead after being hit by a car near the intersection of alameda and clinton. police think the woman was not hit. the driver stayed on scene. police want to hear from you if you saw it or were in the area. donald trump jr. is at colorado yoult outdoors. -- youth outdoors. this is the latest campaign event the campaign held here in colorado, just fiver days before the presidential election. we had a chance to sit down and
collins and like his father, going to focus on the e-mail controversy going on with hillary clinton. >> when you see the e-mail controversy and the fbi reopening it. this is a decades long conspiracy. and americans care about that. >> not the only person targeting colorado. bill clinton will and ft. collins and bernie sanders in colorado springs. >> it is still a toss up in colorado for the election. hillary clinton and donald trump in a dead heat. each receiving 39% of the vote. hillary clinton is also hitting the campaign trail pretty hard aled of the election, in arizona saying donald trump is out of his league and his ideas are dangerous. today, clinton is in north
yesterday, president clinton was in north carolina, hoping to close the deal. >> i hate to put pressure on you but the fate of the republic is in your hands. >> talking about the fbi leaks and the inquiry. and decompliened to discuss the specifics of the case. a hearing is continuing on if ballot selfies should be banned. the colorado law essentially bans taking a selfie w prosecutors say don't plan on enforcing it, depend on us to follow this developing story. to the forecast, it's another beautiful day, we could use some moisture. >> are we saying that again? >> for weeks. >> we're ready for it. >> we have a potential for rain on friday. >> so you're telling me there's a chance. >> this is a chance. %
and the showers to the south of colorado. that's what we're going to be watching in the next couple of days. going to be rain in southwestern colorado and could get a little rain here, krsz your fingers, here in colorado on saturday. yesterday was one of the coolest days we have seen. highs near 60 and today, close to 60 by lunch in the next few hours and highs in the mid to upper 60s by 3:00. plenty of sunshine, mostly su and down the front range and du and highlands ranch. i want the 30s and snow. it's not happening. coming up with the storm, i'll tell you what it looks like in fut cast in a few minutes. take a look at that blue laser there. someone flashed that at air
for police to stop by talking to them flashing the laser, you can see them putting the suspect in the back of the car. a warning for parent. awarning for an app called music.ly. the child sex offender unit saying third graders received inappropriate p the app. >> 1-third grader shared her experience. >> i was at a sleep over and doing this one called live.ly, getting messages that were inappropriate. . >> there are private settings on thedenverchannel.com. looking for a man that
around 1:15 this morning at jerry's. the man stabbed is in stable condition, police say they have a suspect identified, but they have not arrested that person yet. a person in a wheelchair recovering after being hit near colfax and franklin overnight. the driver of the car stayed on scene and it is not clear who is at fault. two te building explosive devices in a home are in court. the names are not released. the home is con daem demed and seeing the hazmat crew on the scene and going to be a while before theehome is safe again and it's going to be an expensive process. hospital worker out of a job. matthew wilson at the -- sexual assaulting a mentally delayed 15-year-old hospital volunteer.
through a dating aap and if convicted, could spend 23 years in prison. trooper not hurt in a chance that lasted on i-70, driving recklessly, going at least 110 miles per hour. there was an arrest. those that ride the a and b lines, you will not be stranded. fixing the krogszing arms. they had until saturday, but the federal deadline is pushed back to january. two killed in afghanistan after an attack on a taliban stronghold. they died in the kundu province today. the names are be wilt held in the family members are identified. two others wounded, no word on their conditions.
the curse has been broken in chicago. the cubs won if first world series title in 108 years. >> we have some footage of the cubs returning to wrigley field. this was -- the championship parade could happen as soon as tomorrow. shaen mclane has more -- sean mclane has more. >> celebrating the moment they cubs emerged victor yus in 2016, 8-7 in ten innings. a rain delay and stretched into the night. they didn't seem to mind. >> it hasn't be easy, the cubs are awesome and the supporters and fans, so great.
this is happening. >> the cubs took three in a row to close out game seven in ten innings. >> it was one game at a time mentality. once we were here today, we knew it was just a matter of one game showing up and it happened exactly as it should have. >> some disappointed that there had to be a loser. >> fans were awesome. cubs were great. just a great night. >> erupting in celebration 108 years in the making and the president joined in the celebration, tweeting, it happened, a change this south cider can believe in. >> fans in colorado was not excited. ?omcast went out mid-game here. and not said what caused the outage, but there will people that were upset.
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. new this morning, we all remember our first job, right? going through the first interview, feeling like an adult for the first time. >> everyone deserves that feeling. now some are getting it. >> students with disabilities, hired as interns and giving them the skills they need in school. >> fifrm, we have the pool area where you can go swimming. there's more cardio equipment down here where where you can also go running. >> chris is a great tour guide, but doesn't do this joob anymore. after the im, he had the skills he needed to get a job at trader joes's. >> before we could offer him, he got another job at another business.
the skills to work with people. >> i like it. >> chris has autism. he is 19 and now ready to move on from high school like other students many relay lionel bienvenuing on programs at the ymca to help with the -?transition. >> first time getting out in the community. a lot of these kids haven't traveled vr far, to and from home, this is the first time really interacting with members of the community. do data entry and organizing and insure rid reding papers and a lot of other fun stuff. >> i see students ma schur quickly when they're with us. >> t unique quirks can be a little challenging she says, but the ymca has been great
future. >> my dream job sos to work at a warehouse so i could organize stuff and data entry and working on the computer. >> my dream job is to become a motivational speaker. i want to be a person that stands up and advocates for people, including people with disabilities. >> the ymca has interns, about 106 students in the transition service. showing support ifs the families of two iowa police officers killed in the line of duty. killed yesterday. the suspected killer, scot greene, not formally charged yet. turning himself in yesterday morning. in addition to the murder, he is accused of also abusing his
showing him waving a confederate flag in front of black students at a high school football game. spray painting vote trump on a wall of a church. most of the damage to the sanctuary. the church was 111 years old. >> a new west on the pipeline in nad nad -- new twist on the pipeline in north dakota. avoiding going through native american land. that's something the protestors have been fighting for months, but the decision to really do that could take months. yesterday, another clash at the site, police in riot gear, pepper spraying those trying to reach the construction site. not good news for denver. dia is the 8th worst airport.
delays, security issues and distance from park and rates. putting that together, phoenix's sky harbor and la guardia in new york was the worst. sky harbor was the best. no telling when loveland ski area is going to be open. there's a dog out there enjoying himself in made snow. >> looks lonely. >> i know. next weekend looks promising, but they'll let people know. >> need more snow, lisa.. >> kind of looks sad. come join me. >> i pushed the snow button multiple times this morning. it's not working. the southern mountains could get some snow tomorrow. i'll show you that. but where we should be by t
just over five inches of snow. we have a storm rolling in. it's not going to bring any snow. there's no snow again on the seven-day forecast here in the metro area. the mountains with more. a live look at loveland, speak of the devil. you can see the snow on the peaks melting off and more melting tomorrow. 59 in city park and 61 in parker. and a mild start to the afternoon and we are warmer than we saw yesterday afternoon. closer to 70 by 3:00 today. mostly sunny skies and lows dropping to the 40s to start oor friday. a few clouds tomorrow. brighton, 69, centennial, 67, mid to upper 60s here in town
there. 71 in lamar. you can see on satellite and radar, in southern colorado, a few increasing clouds and going to fast forward our future cast to 6:00 tomorrow morning. we are still dry at that point. but going to start to pick up some rain and snow in durango. and in night and saturday morning, going to see a little more snow in through the central mountains and closer to i-70. so you might find some rewet roads saturday and sunday and through the afternoon. in town as we get an increase in clouds, we get a chance of a few showers on saturday. we had a little rain yesterday morning. it wasn't much. could see more on saturday, but a weak system next week, same
snow on the seven-day forecast? the temperatures are going to stay mild. 60s from thursday to sunday. monday, 62 and cooler a little bit. and tuesday, upper 50s. still pretty quiet. at this point no winter weather advisories. nothing yet. >> when the snow finally comes % to denver, we'll complain to you. >> you will. >> don't worry. we will. denver residents taking note of what looks like a fracking site in the city. but it's not a fracking site tall. we'll take a look at the well
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. mike stood up for women in the military, protecting us against sexual assault. 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,
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. it's no secret. donald trump isn't for us. and unfortunately, congressman coffman isn't, either. 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.
when i became governor, i knew we had to protect our colorado way of life. it's why i need a good team in the state senate. like rachel zenzinger, a former teacher who's fought for equal pay for equal work. daniel kagan championed property tax rebates to help seniors afford their utility bills. jenise may worked to cut taxes for 30,000 small businesses. and tom sullivan is a veteran who believes in an open and transparent government. they'd be a great team in the state senate. . it was, country music's -?buggest night. >> some new stars and some veterans.
appearance. >> ?. >> a massive star studded open to the 50th annual country music awards. >> ?. >> including an emotional one to kick off country music's biggest night. >> randy travis. . >> ?. >> randy travis making his first awards show appearance since stroke in 2013 and carrie underwood and brad paisley, hitting on the election. what else? >> ?. >> and then, there are the big awards. >> entertainer of the year, garth brooks. >> we are so damn lucky to be a part of this thing called country music. >> ?.
the stage -- -- >> ?. >> so legend dolly parton honored with a lifetime achievement award. >> i want to thank my friends and everybody, to allow me to see my little girl dreams come true. >> and the surprise performance of the night, beyonce with the >> so many moments. and you can catch all of them or abc.com. some of the other big award winners, carrie underwith wood for female of the year and chris stapleton winning the the men's award. bats -- living in crevasses
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 gail schwartz will defend our public lands and won't put colorado's future up for sale. house majority pac is responsible
. it is just about 11:30 and we are continuing to track breaking news here on news at 11. students at the berthoud hi after a student was sent home. >> jason gruenauer has more. jason, what have you learned? >> students leaving, and investigators on scene, looking at the outside of the building and the inside where the teen's body was found. the county sheriff's office was investigating a missing teen, came here, found a door open
how he died is not being red re leased or his name. class is canceled today and tomorrow. the sheriffs office want everybody to know that there is no threat to the public at this time. a woman is dead at the intersection of alameda and clinton. accomplice think that the woman was not in crosswalk when she was hit and the driver stayed on scene. if you witnessed the crash or in the area, police want to hear from you. the effort to blast some rocks, ending early on i-70. good news for traffic on i-70. shouldn't be affected by that today.
more netting, prooechts future rack fall situations, and continuing that work next week. your voice your vote, donaldtrump jr. is going to be at the colorado college of youth and outdoor. delayed, so we're still waiting for him to arrive. this is the latest appearance he we heard from him before the trip to ft. collins. like his father promised to do, donald trump jr. is focusing on it. >> could have handed them over -- focusing on the e-mail controversy. >> could have been handled. they took hammers to ie known "fresh prince of bel-air"s. not metaphorically, but did it so they wouldn't see the light
pueblo, denver and ft. collins tomorrow. and bernie sanders, just announcing a weekend rally in colorado springs. >> calling in the big guns, melania trump will deliver her first speech of the campaign. . >> with just five days to go, donald trump celebrating in florida. and hillary clinton, counting her chances in arizona. >> this state is in play for the first time in years. -?>> both key battleground stat that like many polls show, the race could go either way. the tracking poll, showing clinton up two, 47-45. as they crisscross, my colleagues are with them every
his work cut out for him, the latest polls showing hillary clinton up three points. >> staying on and giving himself advice. >> stay on point, donald. stay on track. nice and easy. >> going to work in these final days. clinton is armed with the political heavy hitters. >> with have got work to do to finish what years ago. >> and a family affair for trump. >> wants to bring common sense back into the equation. >> children in five states and hearing from his wife, melania in the firsspeech of the campaign. >> talking about the family history and the man she married. and tim kaine will be in arizona, giving a speech entirely in spanish. .
here in colorado. brian anthony perry and he is a homeless wry where i in candidate. he filed his paperwork with the secretary of state. his saaing, i speak truth and smoke pot, hoping to reach out to the average voters. >> talking about things that people don't know about. >> knows he's not going to win, if you put down donald duck, it doesn't count. we have more on our website. the cameras from -- lisa hidalgo has more. >> remember when i was excited about tte rain?
thursday, it is going to be a warmer afternoon. 60s is what we're looking at right now and plenty of sunshine statewide and near 70 throughout the week. like what we're going to see today, 60s and 70s. noon, 60 and denver at 68 in most of the metro area and again, lotsdz of sunshine. overnight -- lots of sunshine. overnight, clear and cool in the 40s. students at the resurrection christian high school, talking about the serious problem with child trafficking in the state and across the country, up to 3 300,000 children are exploited in the sex trafficking industry and the students know. >> need to help them in the way that adults never can be.
being traffic, but i this generation has the most power to bring about change. and also long-term change. i think that this generation can be the one to end it once and for all. >> a group called a face to refrain. it's students across northern colorado. a disturbing spike in crime in colorado. is it people have been killed already this month. 44 already this year. highest in the past decade. ofthose, ten of those where domestic violence was the cause. that's one in four people that were killed this year. if you droefr on -- five 500 pot plant. a hunter found an illegal grow near georgetown on state land. the forest service has cloned up the illegal weed and now
this man, brian williams will -- sentenced for human just yesterday. rostitution he was found guilty earlier this year and police say he committed crimes across our state. there may be less muffin to fix the -- less money to fix the roads in the budget. expected to fall 50 million $50 million short of expectations and that means some projects will be delayed. >> i use i-25 between castle rock and monument, a pressing area, don't have funds to identify to do any improvements there. the duths will delay any improvements many. >> the budget crunch will not affect all the projects. some expansion on 25 north from 66 to ft. collins. people in denver have been taking note of a well site on
like a tracking site, but it's not. this is at 14 lt and colorado. they are drilling into a water aquifer as part of a water conservation effort. >> denver is thinking ahead and this is future water supply planning in action. >> the geologists are going to look at it with the results , ifthey are good, going to build a pilot well, but that may not be for years. ca the country, this area is no different. a report of it once every 45 seconds. once every six minutes it happens because the driver left the keys or fob inside the car. 147,000 cars inside were recorded stolen from 2013 to 15. in the denver metro area, the top ten of where that happened.
2800 thefts during that time. new at 11:00 today, this video showing a e cigarette exploding in the pocket of a nightclub owner in france. see the sparks and he tried to get it out of his pocket and suffered burns. experts think it was a battery that exploded. but don't know what caused it exactly. that was scary. what the -- worst eating habits can be under your watch. a halloween costume turned
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.
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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.
. new this morning, the pound's worth is continuing to rise as the british government is saying they must get approval to exit the european unio climbing 1%,
now more than $1.24. they voted to exit the european union and appealing the ruling that it needs parking lot ri approval to go through with brexit. >> 2 billion users of facebook, a new milestone. 1.8 at the end of the third quarter. aaout half of the estimated people that have internet
if facebook gets above the 2 billion people, more than a quarter of the world population. netflix is going to let you watch movies without internet. that's tested in europe and not available here yet new updates for uber and it's now much faster than the previous one. unicef is calling on leaders to reduce air mriegs globally. 106,000 kids are said to be killed yearly from air
another problem affecting our kids is childhood obesity. research saying we're look in the wrong place to fight it. looking at the body mass index of thousands of children, increase in summer and not while they're at school, bmi increasing over the summer. >> bet they snack home in theesummer. >> halloween was supposed to be fun, but that wasn't the case for an 11-year-old boy. >> dressed up as donald trump and here's what happened. my god. no candy for you. no candy for you. kidding. here you go. >> the scariest one tonight. . >> i bet you he's going to send
be identified, saying she wouldn't have let him dress up like that if people were going to react to donald trump and not him. >> tpsd. snow in the forecast? >> not yet. 58 degrees right now in denver. 15 miles per hour. i would get the hose out and potentially if you don't have the sprinklers out there. not much moisture. well below normal. three inches when it comes to the beginning of the year. at city park, 60, boulder, 61, estes park, 66. mild temperatures for the start of our avrn.
upper 60s and 70s by four. erie, 70, parker 67 and keenesburg, 96. a few low #06dz. grand junction, 61. and a lot of sunshine. not going to see any anything on satellite and radar here in colorado. we have a storm to the south and west of us. we'll watch for that come this next 24 hours or so. we'll start future tomorrow morning and tomorrow, boulder, denver, ft. collins, all under a sunny sky tomorrow. by midday tomorrow, a few showers moving in for drang go and telluride and start, going to see after midnight, a little rain and sun west of 70. and west of denver, more cloud cover. we can see from that system, a
again, another slight chance early next week and again some pretty mild conditions. 60s thursday and friday. saturday and sunday, you'll find some mid to upper 60s and again, pretty pleasant through sunday. if you're heading up to boulder tonight for the buffs game, it's going to be beautiful. clear skies and chilly by start of the game, 56 degrees. you'll want a jacket or sweatshirt as you're leaving the game, in the 40s. cool tonight and tomorrow, nice end to the week. overnight, starting in the 40s throughout the weekend and close to where we were this morning and cooler air this weekend, mid to upper 30s and still dry. by next thursday and friday, could be another 70 on that seven-day graphic. >> still have the spineler going.
>> i may have to water. >> shouldn't have listened to myself. >> this is rare. >> it is. >> thanks, lisa. a new program for dhvr's homeless. work for one day and pay them the same day. paying them $1.49 an -- $149.2 an hour. and united healthcare is going to hire several. if the healthcare field isn't for you, a job fair held from 11-2 at the courtyard by marriott at cherry creek. broncos are playing the raiders.
division lead. >> it's a big one, it's a night game. i'm sure it will be a cool environment. >> trevor siemian was named captain for the game with tj ward. that's sunday night. one unique use of toilet paper. using it to sale road in neighborhoods and to keep tar in place in freshly sealed area. s. going to keep it from getting stuck to tires and shoes. the toipt will dissipate as they say after a few days from traffic and rain. >> whatever works, it works. toilet paper.
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. i approved this message because i won't let that happen. 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,
said he didn't know if donald trump's a sexual predator. come on. look, we just can't vote for coffman or trump. women vote is responsible for the content of this advertising. 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! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!? . let's check in and see what's coming up on defr channel on the now.
plus. >> on the battleground states for the election. the impact the undecided voters can have. >> that's on the now at four. today is national sandwich day. subway is having a promotion called the good deed feed. buy one sub and a soda, get a free one. this and more on debbie deals on the app. this is every kid's dream at one point or another. the student and principal swapped seats. >> a contest and the prize, principal for the day. and the principal may have had drn. >> i was editing my paper and now in math and a reading class
i get to go to lunch today. >> gets lunch! >> the duties of the principal, going to go to every classroom, and if he ever gets to do it again, do something fun like go outside and play football. >> i don't know that looks good. >> i i don't know if i would want -- >> just watch the kids do it. >> watch them? >> can you provide the help? that's the hard part. >> sometimes yes, sometimes no. clear skies in the region. to the south of colorado, a little rain, ssowers to the mountains starting tomorrow. but for the bus stop tomorrow morning, 45 degrees is where we'rea at. going to want a sweatshirt or jacket. beautiful tomorrow, highs near 70 and dry. best chance for rain is
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. "a serious threat to the outdoor recreation industry and...thousands of jobs." gail schwartz will defend our public lands and won't put colorado's future up for sale. house majority pac is responsible
? >> announcer: today, get ready to braise it up all hour long. mario's hanging with the incredible harry connick jr., michael's revealing his secret to perfectly braised turkey, and carla's vegging out. it's about to get braizey up in here, right now on "the chew." [ cheers and applause ] ? >> hey, everybody! welcome to "the chew." thank you. brrr, do you guys feel that? it's getting chilly out. and you know what that means -- it's time to heat things up with some slow-cooked, cold weather