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teenagers connected to an explosives investigation and castle rock. one of the 16-year-olds is charged with possessive ace -- possession of firearms and explosives. the other teenager is charged with sexual exploitation of a child and possession of a handgun. the connection between those crimes is unclear. because they are juveniles, police are not releasing more details. the green rush has drawn people to mo now that other states are on the verge of legalizing recreational pot, we want to know if the rush here will continue. >> reporter: we have all heard that people are moving to colorado to get in on the green and yes we're talking about pot. but if other states legalize, will some people leave? this is what we found out: after tights -- fights downtown the summer, semi -- city leaders blamed "urban
for the legal lead, even telling pot shops on the 16th street mall not to sell individual joints. >> why did you come to denver? >> for the best we'd ever. >> seriously? >> yeah, for the weed. >> reporter: this man left louisiana three weeks ago. >> do you meet other people who say that? >> every day. >> reporter: states will vote on legalizing recreational marijuana. arizona, california, nevada, maine and massachusetts. >> i think it's they legalize it elsewhere, they will go to those areas.. it's hard to say how many people moved here for the weed but the city of denver believes 20 to 30% of homeless people are here in part due to legalization or to find jobs in the industry. a spokesperson with the colorado coalition for the homeless says we're seeing more marijuana use.
factor but i don't believe that it is the cause of homelessness. i think the cause of homelessness in the denver area is a lack of affordable housing. >> reporter: so if other states say yes to the green, will people follow? >> it gets cold here. in arizona and florida, it doesn't. there's a lot of people here on the streets that came here for that. >> reporter: and the difficult thing, because the green rush is so recent, o it yet. really this is just based on some observations and people we talked to tonight but definitely interesting to consider come next tuesday. liz gelardi denver 7. >> local businesses are watching the vote next week very closely. live well is thinking about expanding out-of-state that the company doesn't think legalizing marijuana in other states would hurt colorado. >> what a expect to see is more investment coming into the industry in general which means all boats will rise.
five days until the election in both -- and both presidential campaigns are shifting to their 4th quarter game plan. the candidates, their families, big-name supporters are crisscrossing the country to get your vote. tim kaine gave his whole speech in spanish today in arizona and president obama was out there working the youth vote. >> this isn't a joke. this isn't survivor. this isn't the bachelorette. >> [ applause ] >> trump and clinton were in north carolina today, which could very well decide this election. and colorado as you know is getting a lot of attention with stops from bill clinton and bernie sanders in the next 48 hours. donald trump's wife melania trump gave her first speech since the republican national convention. in it, she talked about what she would do as first lady:
mean and to rough. we have to find a better way to talk to each other and to disagree with each other, to respect each other. >> opponents pounced, since trump is known to hop on twitter to insult his critics. melania trump also promised to help women she says has suffered economically. it's anybody's race in colorado. a new poll today from magellan strategies shows hillary clinton with a six point lead. a poll from yester the race tied. a huge deployment of our colorado troops, more than 4000 fort carson troops, will deploy to poland. it's the largest deployment to europe since the cold war. the move is in response to take -- to tensions with russia. in south carolina, a woman missing for two months was found alive chained inside a metal container. deputies arrested the property owner, who is a registered sex
brown says there could be up to four other people buried on the grounds. michael slager is accused of shooting a man with his back turned . his trial started today. sallie mae do got a look at what cld around their schools to improve relationships with police. >> his 30 page booklet will be handed out by school resource officers at every school in the arapahoe county school district. the police chief hopes it will ease tense relationships between officers and the community. it's the elephant in the room for many, talking about police. >> i want to thank you for welcoming us back. >> reporter: the police chief is taking an active approach,
in getting out into the community, getting out into the schools, going to civics classes and things like that where we can have those conversations with them but we can't hit all the students. >> reporter: so he hopes this booklet reaches the hands of every student. >> we want to make sure that the kids are armed with as much knowledge as possible. again, what their rights are, and how to best make sure that a situation doesn't erupt into something where they end up going to jail. >> reporter: aurora police collaborated with students to don'ts when interacting with police. the guide discusses rules surrounding legal weed, what to do when a student gets pulled over, educating students about their rights when interacting with police, and how to prevent suicide. it's something this student think -- ttinks is positive. >> i'm happy we are doing this because i know a lot of my friends have a negative view of
>> an oklahoma police officer helped save a life. this started when an officer tried to pull over this truck for speeding but the man's wife was having a heart attack. the officer started cpr, keeping hhr alive until paramedics arrived. her husband intentionally drove in that area because he sees police they are often. l the maroon bells area and you don't clean up your act, you may have toopay. the u.s. orifice -- the u.s. forest service says visitors have doubled in the last decade and some are leaving behind trash and campfires. there is talk of creating a permit system and fees. it's known as soda tax but the measure on the ballot in boulder affects all sugary drinks. >> reporter: adam hammond spoke with some about how it could have unintended consequences.
tax passes, the price of your favorite soft drink is going to go up two cents per ounce. ffr these 20 ounce drinks, it will go up about $.40, making one drink more than two dollars but a lot of people don't realize this tax alss covers some of your favorite teas and even temperature with added sugar -- kombucha with added sugar. anything with 5 g of added -?sugar . some juices and teas very >> the possible sugar tax has the people at this coffee shop talking because it could possibly impact the price of what they are drinking. their health, then it's a good thing. >> reporter: margaret schneider already voted for the tax and its broad reach doesn't bother her. in fact, she likes it.
soda. it's sweetened with sugar. >> reporter: jamie anderson doesn't like it because many people swap out sugary sodas for juices and teas with less sugar for health reasons and she doesn't think they should be punished. >> i like kombucha and healthy drinks so i'm not for that. i also think as a citizen, i should have the right to choose whether or not i want to driik a sugary drink rather than the me i can't.> say the wording of the tax is too broad for them but if it passes, boulder city council could be allowed to change the list of whaa items are taxed. adam hammond for denver 7. we're just getting started. >> snap a picture, sell yoor car. >> we are the only company on the planet that verifies the buyer, the seller, and the car.>> the new denver it -- denver made mobile app making buying a car easier than ever. how police say this man
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year, make, model and estimated value. that's just the start. a new denver based app promises a lot to cut out the dealership. >> you got three dollars -- $3000 more than the dealership offered? >> yes. >> reporter: and keep you safe. >> we believe this will change the way people buy and sell cars. >> reporter: we talked to people who have used it to find out how. a few weeks ago >> reporter: elliot gamble never thought he would test drive a car like this. >> it drives wonderful. >> reporter: he was sort -- he was shopping used-car lots when he heard about linker. >> my brother was on his phone looking at the app saying there is a 2008 audi to seven for $10,000 500. -- $10,500. >> reporter: he downloaded the
meanwhile, cat sergeant was trying to figure out how to sell her toyota corolla in denver. >> it seems like a waste of time and space to go into a high pressure dealership. >> reporter: instead, she got on blinker and listed her car. after a month, she had a verified buyer offering $3000 more than the dealerships had. >> i got much closer to its actual value. i didn't have to compromise and try to get rid of it fast or anything. >> the advantage all the tools for free. >> reporter: the ceo, rod buscher, started in auto sales and founded the john elway dealerships and summit autoo group. now, he is driving a hard oregon from the denver headquarters. >> we are the only company on the planet that verifies the buyer, the seller and the car for free. >> reporter: an apps connecting buyers and sellers complete with a 17 point fraud check and a free carfax report.>> we make our many of financing.
verify id and give bank account information for payment but they are not required to finance through blinker. elliott is financing his new audi for the app. >>" for about $4000 less than retail. >> reporter: he got a good deal on his lunch break. right now, it's fully transactional only in colorado but plans to extend to other states. they will start refinancing options this fall. jaclyn allen, denver 7. check out these scary moments for our air tracker 7 crew. someone was pointing a laser at them and air tracker 7 hovered over the man who did it and helped authorities catch him. he could face five years in jail. the metro area has a porch pirate on its hands. this guy has been going all over the area stealing packages from people's doorsteps.
pirate in westminster. this is the driver accused of hitting and killing a young denver lawyer. number police put out the alert for norlan estrada-reyes. his truck was found near 13th and broadway. karina pulec died. it seems a reasonable expectation. you want your home to stand up straight and not think. san francisco is suing the developer of this luxury high- rise saying it is tilting 2 you can see the cracks in the sidewalk, the marble rolling on its own. the developer says a lawsuit has no merit. homeowners were cheated. >> someone could have told you that. >> before we bought it, absolutely. >> the city says the developer did not disclose the problem and now property values are sinking. drivers in downtown ddnver gets ready to do a double take.
studio ready for its move from 13th to a new museum at 12th and panic. the move happens sunday so you can expect some road closures. crews will be using six sets of remote-controlled wheels. a notorious con man managed to live in the aspen mountain's without getting caught. they called james hogue the real catch me if you can guy. authorities caught him at the library today and he has a long criminal history. i will share the highlights. he posed as a high school student at the age of 26. he fraudulently got a scholarship to princeton as a dense -- as a distance runner. he is accused of stealing $50,000 in jewels from the harvard museum. a new york hedge fund is buying major ski resorts including one in colorado. crested butte and the same company that operates the resort says nothing should change from the skier's perspective. twice yesterday residents
police won't say where the sightings happened because i don't want curious people to go out looking for it. the good news is no one has reported any pets missing. this is your alpaca. boulder county deputies found her. if no one claims her by next week, she is going up for adoption. it's been dry since july and it's hin the i-25 corridor. the look ahead for november is not that great. equal chances of having normal precipitation across the northern states but a little wetter near the new mexico area. it dryer pattern extends into the dakotas and the southeast. winter in texas, new mexico and the pacific northwest. warmer than normal conditions slated across the central
colorado. we will warm air -- warmer than normal today. the average high is 60 degrees in we were at 69 degrees. a few 70s scattered across the plains. tonight, quiet. the radar screen is clear but there is a winter weather advisory until noon on saturday for the san juan mountains because will swirl our way very slowly over the next couple of days, mostly impacting the central and southwestern part of the state. 48 degrees wright, 44 degrees at dia, winds from the south southeast at 14 miles per hour. lows tonight in the upper 30s to low 40s over mostly are 25 -- most of the 25 corridor. low 30s in the mountains. across the state, down to 26 degrees under mostly clear skies. leadville, 31 degrees, 30 degrees in limon and 41 degrees in colorado springs. tomorrow, mostly sunny skies over the eastern part of the
that means another warm day with high temperatures climbing back up to near 70 degrees in denver, low 70s ovee the southeast planes, mostly 50s and 60s in the northern and ?entral mountains but cooler to the southwest with clouds and moisture moving in. high temperatures over the metro, upper 60s to low 70 degrees and the mountains in the upper 50s to low 60s, dry tomorrow but some rain showers and maybe a touch of snow expected on saturday. 71 degrees over du and congress park and out toward dia. friday night and saturday, some of that moisture ms. in. snow levels pretty high, generally above 10,000 feet with just a few light showers possible. 37 degrees tonight, clear and chilly. tomorrow, 70 degrees. on the extended forecast, that will be the only 70 degrees on the seven-day forecast. ybe a shower on saturday.
-- 68 degrees. a cooling trend by wednesday into thursday with cool air and breezy conditions coming in. still no major storms coming in but when they do come our way, the main stage will use our weather cast. we have a local connection to the next generation of weather satellites. they like to describe it as you are going from a standard definition too high to the addition -- high definition. it will be a huge increase. >> satellite images, from 20,000 miles above, the new goes our goal -- gosar will track lightning strikes. it will also scan the heavens to provide warning of solar storms. bursts of high-energy particles can disrupt communications and cause power outages. the key is that better satellites mean better warnings
protect life and property. >> these are being built right down at lockheed martin. they say within six months of this new satellites going online in may, it will provide new information and -- than all of the weather satellites that have been out there in the past. >> even i was taking out about that. struck with don't have enough time to cram everything going on into a tiny little sports cast what we're going to try.
scott tipton -- our congressman? or is he a real-estate agent for big-money campaign contributors? tipton sponsored a bill to give away our public lands to his out-of-state donors. over 30 colorado business leaders called tipton's plans, "a serious threat to the outdoor recreation industry and...thousands of jobs." gail schwartz will defend our public lands and won't put colorado's future up for sale.
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primetime matchup with ucla. this one filled with yellow flags and personal fouls starting with jimmy gilbert junior ejected for targeting the first quarter. this one was good. mike faithful picked off by kenneth and a great return. they were able to cash it in. watch this bulrush into the end zone. the buffs up 7-0. after two 1st half pics, they lost a fumble here. hart-ball popped into the air. stephen montes came in, through his pick as well. four turnovers in the first my calf but cu is leading 20-10 in the fourth quarter. the nuggets, gallo in the seats. there quarter, hey, do you want some sweat with that beer and nachos?
the hard way. nuggets took the lead. under two minutes to go, meunier stl they drive and then it gets win 102-109 and they were flying the w in chicago as the tabs and blackhawks took the court. it's right there. 1-0. a couple moments later, a great pass off the boards here. 2-0, final 4-0. the avs outscored 9-1 and the last two games and have lost four of their last five. broncos insider troy renck was on the scene today. aqib talib was in california today getting a second opinion on his injured back. hasn't been ruled out for the % raiders game yet. gary kubiak says that will be a
decision. he is still in pain from a broken rib. now, full confidence in bradley roby, defensive player of the week. von miller aid next man up. >> we've got all these guys that can come in and contribute. i feel totally comfortable. we have chris, tj. still a no-fly zone. we just got some different players out the >> glad you got all that in
to keep our communities safe, we need a district attorney like jake lilly -- tough, smart, and determined to keep us safe. as a former special assistant u.s. attorney and iraq war veteran, jake lilly is an experienced prosecutor who will be tough on violent crime, including murder and domestic abuse. and he has a smart plan to provide treatment
or addiction. jake lilly for district attorney -- tough, smart, and fair. 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, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. he's going like "i don't remember!? 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 disgustg d degrading. he's bragged about assaulting women, and he's the republican nominee for president! and congressman mike coffman said he didn't know
look, we just can't vote for coffman or trump. women vote is responsible for the content of this advertising. 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. narrator: darryl glenn is wrong for colorado. before we leave you tonight, to say this election season has been stressful would be an understatement.
in its cardio rehab unit. they actually posted a sign in the gym saying they cannot risk the gym saying they cannot risk stressin 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,
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. 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,
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