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with breaking news this saturday morning, police investigating a shooting. details still slim. we do know one person was shot and rushed to the hospital. this was on 53rd and durham court. nobody in custody for the shooting. we'll bring you the new details come into the newsroom. breaking overnight. one person stabbed in westminster. it happened around 3:15. the victim was taken to the hospital. still not clear what led up to that. we've got more breaking news. a student sexually assaulted on the cu boulder campus around 2:00 this morning. the suspect is still out there.
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college-aged man. at 7:00, here's your first alert. winter weather advisory. this is in effect for much of the san juan mountains. we'll continue to pick up snow showers throughout the day. this will stay in had effect until sunday at 12:00 tomorrow. we'll be seeing about 4 to 8 inches of snow. swirling into the western half bringing moisture. snow for the mountains and rain down to the south. we're starting off the day on a mild note. dry across the front range. mostly cloudy skies. ever green at 35. parker at 40. boulder at 41. here's what you can expect -- mix of sun and clouds today. temperatures above average. today we're expecting highs in the mid to upper 60s. gradually clearing skies for
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we have a slight chance of showers in the forecast. i'll show you more coming up in a few. a person hit and killed by a car late last night in boulder. this happened near 30th and pearl street just before 9:00 p.m. police say a man and a woman were crossing that street, both were in the crosswalk but the woman was hit by a car. the driver stayed at the scene. investigators are working to figure out if the walk signals were on at the time. take this woman kacye unruh is accused of stealing painkillers. some patients are being warned they may have been exposed to hepatitis c. we're learning this isn't the first time she's been in trouble for doing this. so far 50 patients have been notified and told they should get tested. unruh is accused of possibly taking fentanyl in the iv form. unruh is accused of taking drugs from an oklahoma medical
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worked. a warning out from the department of homeland security. they're monitoring multiple threats targeting our election. one involves a possible al qaeda terror plot for monday. experts say it is nearly impossible to change the outcome of our election. >> these machines are mostly offline. there's paper ballots that can be checked and verified that the electronic result matches. >> as for the intercepted conversations discuss possible plots in new york, texas and virginia. however officials say the threats are not specific. meantime breaking late last night. another case of vandalism at the trump campaign office in denver. the second time in just a day. someone threw a rock through the window last night. security guard caught the suspect. that came just hours after this. someone spray painted these words on the side of the building early yesterday morning.
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pervert. denver police are investigating both cases. we are three days until election day. barely time for the candidates to eat or sleep. donald trump is visiting ten states in three days. he'll be in denver tonight. >> he's not the only one. several others will be in town. the last minute push for the race for the white house. amanda -- >> doors open around 6: planned 9:30 rally. we checked and the latest rcp poll is showing hillary clinton up by three points in colorado. but it was a busy week for both campaigns and their efforts continue. today's stop comes after a week of prominent isits from both sides. ben carson campaigning if for trump yesterday. mike pence in loveland this past weekend. the trump campaign saw donald trump jr. and newt gingrich in
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the clinton family also hitting colorado hard as well. chelsea clinton making a two day stop tuesday and wednesday and bill clinton making three stops yesterday. now today senator bernie sanders is expected in highlands ranch and former new york city mayor rudy giuliani is expected to campaign for trump this afternoon at 1:00. we'll have more details later in the show. reporting live outside national western complex, amanda del castillo. just yesterday former president bill clinton campaigned for his wife. during his first stop he scoffed at melania trump's comments on cyber bullying. >> i never felt so bad for anybody in my life as i did for his wife going out giving a
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i thought, yeah, especially if it's done at 3:00 in the morning agaiist a former miss universe by a guy running for president. >> clinton said he could not believe melania spoke about the issue given her husband's actions on twitter there. now in, you can take all the selfies you want with your ballot. federal judge has blocked prosecutors are going after anyone for doing it. dsn't hel who voted early, which is colorado. two fort carson soldiers paid the ultimate sacrifice. they died thursday when enemies attacked them in afghanistan. both men were green berets stationed at fort carson in colorado springs. four other u.s. service members were hurt in the attack. thissmorning we now know the names of the two teens arrested for the murder of englewood chief nicholas lewis.
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macias are 16 years old and being charged aa adults. even if they get the maximum sentence they could be paroled almost 10 years early. a news alert for u now. frozen strawberries have been linked to a nationwide outbreak of hepatitis a. more than 130 beam have gotten sick. locally several cold stone creameries served them. we have all the specifics on our denver 7 app. a popular trail is closed because a prairie dog colony has the plague. than a mile of cherry creek regional trail. park officials noticed a die off. one animal tested positive for the plague, which is a disease transmitted by infected fleas. the county is closing that stretch of trail for two weeks while they put pesticides on the prairie dog holes. >> coat the hole all the way around. when the prairie dog goes through the hole it kills the fleas. >> the denver metro usually sees a few cases of plague a
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november 14th. right now police are asking for your help finding these two ggys. they were caught on video using stolen credit cards out of aurora. they were able to use the cards over two days at the end of october. if you recognize them, call police. it's a story about a miraculous recovery. we've been following it here on denver 7. a woman beats the odds after a horrible car accident. >> still ahead, we'll update you on molei wright's recovery.
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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. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. ten minutes after 7:00. nice start to your day. great sunrise. this is from mile high stadium. we have broncos playing tomorrow night. it's going to be another nice one. not as hot. >> mid60s. >> mid60s. still beautiful for this time of year. we're just very spoiled with what we've been getting lately.% we need the moisture. this is molei wright.
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forever. molei and her boyfriend jeremy were driving over kenosha pass this past january when their car was hit by a truck. molei was nearly killed. now ten months later she continues to fight and you won't belief how far she's come. it was back in march when it seemed all hope was lost. >> we were prepared to lose molei. she had monitors drilled into her skull. she had tubes everywhere. >> but sometimes someone's will to fight to go on outweighs the rest. ? seven months ago molei was in
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paralyzed, internally decapitated and doctors gave her a less than 1% chance to live. now she's home and what's happening inside those doors is remarkable. >> okay now light fingertips there for me. >> reporter: molly and up and moving. >> and then quarter turn to the left. >> reporter: every step she takes means progress. she's relearning things we all take for granted. how to swallow. >> she has motor ataxia, so it's hard for her to control her movements. she has so her left side. >> reporter: through the struggle an incredible story is emerging of a young woman who won't stop fighting to be normal again. >> she's been touched by whatever you want to call it. >> reporter: and it started at the accident scene. that mangled car and did cpr on her for 45 minutes. doctors saying it's what saved her lifee >> reporter: i call it miraculous. she's working hard at it too. >> now despite all the odds. >> i was like, what?
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recounting her days in the hospital after the accident. the accident she doesn't remember. >> like where am i? what happened? >> reporter: molei was stuck in that hospital bed fully aware but unable to talk. >> just like wanting to say something but she can't. >> reporter: she remembers when her hero came to visit her. henry rodriguez was the one who saved her life that night. all she wanted to do was say thank you that day he now she can. >> thank you so much. that's not enough. >> reporter: molei has a long way to go. she knows that. she's got family to back her up and a boyfriend who hasn't left her side. the symbol of true love through the worst of circumstances. >> you think it's the love that got you through?
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>> reporter: and a fighting heart that won't stop beating. >> i joke with jeremy saying -- the next olympic swimmer. who knows. maybe. >> it has been an honor covering her story. her family is unbelievable. what a fighter. molei is a huge broncos fan and the first thing her family did for her when she got out of the hospital over the summer was throw her a super bowl party. a party they couldn't throw for her back in february. needless to say she was happy with the outcome. >> what an incredible journey. thank you for that. coming up, a texas police officer without a job this morning. the disturbing crime he's accused of doing that has a lot of people outraged. kids linked by a mysterious illness in washington. some of the kids suddenly paralyzed. others have died. doctors couldn't figure out what it is, but now they say they have a diagnosis for these
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a slight chance for showers. temperatures still above normal. we do have snow falling in portions of the mountains in 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.
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7:17. what a nice start to your day. mid60s this weekend. look at the radar over there. maybe a little bit of rain on the southern part of the here in denver, pretty clear right now. we're still waiting on the snow. still haven't seen anything really. a new york police officer gunned down after responding to a call about a robbery in the bronx. when sergeant paul cazulo and imanual quo got on scene, a man opened fire. a disturbing story out of texas.
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accused of bragging to coworkers about giving a homeless man a sandwich filled with ffces. officer matthew lockhurst has been on the force for five years. investigators say he put feces on the bread, put it in a styrofoam carry out container and put it next to a homeless person. >> it's a disgrace to the department. it's a disgrace to the badge. >> now this happened back in may but it took this long for the investigation to lead to an arrest. an attorney says his client are no witnesses he is now appealing his termination. this morning we have an update to a story we've been following all week after several kids in washington state got seriously sick by some mysterious illness. doctors say they know what the illness is. symptoms first start out like the common cold but then it becomes more severe. the department of health is working with families to see if
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the children, diet, medication or something else. take a look at this heart warming video. a teen at prairie view high school scored the last touchdown in the senior game. caught up with patrick mckinney. he's been a team manager throughout his high school career. his coach wanted him to have a chance to score a touchdown. >> it felt great. i've been on the field many times but i haven't ran a touchdown in on this field my four years. >> both teams rallied around patrick after the touchdown. he also got to keep the game ball. >> so heart warming. >> love it when the teams come together and do that for their classmates. >> really nice to see. we could use some moisture here in town. we are picking up snow showers in the southwestern portion of the state. san juan mountains, we're under a winter weather advisory.
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bringing moisture. seeing a couple storms near trinidad. that's good news. we'll keep an eye on this winter weather advisory. above 11,000 feet. we do expect to see about 4 to 8 inches of snow accumulation. all the areas you see there encompassed in purple. here's your weekend forecast. do expect to see partly cloudy skies throughout much of the day today. a slight chance of seeing a passing shower or two. this weekend, set your clocks back. we'll gain an hour for tomorrow. current temperatures if you're heading out the door. 43 degrees in city park. 41 in boulder. 20s and 30s for the mountains. highs across the front range. still about 10 degrees above normal. normally we should be in the upper 50s. today we're expecting highs in. the mid to upper 60s.
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day. 67 in aurora. 50s in the mountains and fort collins getting up to 69 degrees. across the state today, mid50s to about 60 degrees. spots like aspen and eagle. grand junction a lot cooler in the upper 50s. low 70s. seeing low 70s down to the southeast. here's our future cast. what we can expect throughout the day today. clouds gradually increase as we'll continue to see a slight chance for passing rain and snow showers. snow accumulation above 10,000 feet. throughout the day today we'll start to see gradually clearing skies. slight chance for a few more showers off to the east. we'll be staying partly cloudy overnight before sunday who we'll see another dry day. we do have a slight chance of showers tonight. 41 is our expected low. not quite as chilly as what
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highs in the mid to upper 60s. looking pretty warm and dry for this time of year. partly cloudy sunday and monday. temperaturesgradually drop to the low to mid60s. throughout midweek, clearing skies. we're not looking at much in the way of moisture, unfortunately. no snow right now, but good news is the mountains are going to be picking up some snow showers. could be a good weekend to go out and make sure the tires are up to par. >> low temperatures >> closer to normal. we should be in the 30s. >> thanks. still ahead many sports, the broncos gear up to take on the raiders tomorrow. this is a big game. we'll take you inside dove valley and check in with troy rank. >> the csu rams are taking on fresno state this afternoon.
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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. 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. women vote is responsible
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need i say more? probably the first time in the new millennium that this rivalry means something to both teams at the same time. here's troy rank from dove valley. >> played like a mercedes this season. fifth in yards passing. fourth in touchdowns. only three interceptions. the broncos will face him without aquib tabil. chris harris told me he guys. >> it's going to be tough, man. we're going to be out with -- without one of our leaders. one of our best defensive players. it's going to be tough, man. we have to get after them. pass rush has to be good. rush and cover. we have to stop the run first and foremost so they don't open up the pass line. we have to be tough, man.
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>> go out there and make plays. we just got to continue to just be great, do our job and on the back end we'll make plays. >> no talib. >> thanks. college colorado state, share should be well rested after their bye week. the rams at home today. 1:30 kickoff against fresno state. this could be an unofficial bye week. csu is coming off a nice road win over unlv. as for fresno state, they're 1- 8. currently nursing a seven game losing streak. the bulldogs are quite frankly bad. don't tell that to rams head coach. >> have the mind set we have to play our best game of the year
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me i know they are 1-7, i believe but has talented football players and good skill positions. guys that can hurt you. >> if you say so, coach. that is your morning sports report. make it a great day. i know you will. >> thank you, sir. the campaign is kicking it into high gear just three days until election day. donald trump is back in town today. we'll have a preview. and a warning for parents about a drug that teens nationwide and it can be bought on the internet. we'll have details on the drug investigators are calling pink. we dig into the reason we dig into the reason pilots are flocking to my name is charity salazar, and i'm an air force veteran.
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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, and i approve this message. i'm mike coffman, to keep our communities safe, we need a district attorney like jake lilly -- tough, smart, and determined to keep us safe. 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 for non-violent offenders, including veterans suffering from mental illness or addiction. jake lilly for district attorney -- tough, smart, and fair. scott tipton -- our congressman?
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ill 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. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. we're working on getting more details after an early morning shooting sent one person to the hospital. still not clear what led up to the shootings.. nobody is in custody yet. tracking more breaking news out of westminster. one person was rushed to the
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36. no word on a motive. coming up on 7:30 on this saturday morning. getting moisture into colorado. we'll be picking up rain and snow showers across the western slope and snow for the mountains. for our headlines today, woo i'll be seeing partly cloudy skies across the plains. slight chance for a shower or two. above average temperatures throughout the front range. we should be in the mid to upper 50s today. we'll be in the mid 60s. downtown denver, we're at 42 degrees. a beautiful start to the day. 44 at the airport. winds from the southwest at 7 miles per hour. throughout the day today, expect a mix of sun and clouds. temperatures in the mid to upper 60s this afternoon. partly cloudy tonight and then clearing for tomorrow. so this weekend we'll stay pretty warm. we do have a slight chance of showers and a cooldown coming up. i'll show you in just a bit. >> thanks. we're gettindown to the final moments in the race for the white house.
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day. can you believe that? donald trump and hillary clinton are neck and neck in the polls. here's reporter andy rose following the final stretch. >> with just one weekend left to get their messages out, donald trump is gaining on democratic opponent hillary clinton. according to cnn's latest electoral college map. while clinton holds a lead, the race has tightened in the final two weeks. the latest map shows four states have shifted, all in trump's favor. >> have you been seeing what's happening they're like rocket ships. >> maine's second congressional district, ohio and utah are looking as if they'll shift from battleground to lean republican. and new hampshire looks like it might turn red this election. with those moves clinton drops below the 270 vote threshold needed to clinch the election on tuesday. this is app estimate of what voters will do and there are several states like arizona, florida and north carolina that are still very much up for grabs.
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the final days. democrats are hoping that the latest jobs report showing unemployment down to 4.9% will work in their favor. >> we got some good news this morning. our economy created 161,000 jobs last month. that is -- that is 73 straight months of job growth. and i believe that our economy is poised to really and thrive. >> i'm andy rose reporting. the trump campaign making their final push here in colorado. donald trump is back in town. he'll be holding a rally tonight. amanda joins us with a preview. >> the rally is expected here at the national western complex around 9:30 tonight. doors open at 6:30. this stop is just the cherry on
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colorado politics. both major parties made several visits across the state this week. donald trump jr., newt gingrich and ben carson for trump. the stops continuing today with former new york mayor rudy giuliani here for trump and bernie sanders campaigning for clinton. race and state polls show clinton's once large gap has narrowed considerably in recent weeks. now we checked and the hillary clinton ahead by three points here in colorado. reporting live outside of the national western complex, i'm amanda del castillo. this local football coach is accused of assaulting a student. deputies arrested dylan hollingsworth. he grabbed a student by the neck and kneed him in the groin
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investigating. the aclu and naacp are working together to stop a local rape case from moving forward. they turned in petitions to block the retrial of clarence moses el. he spent 20 years in prison before the judge tossed out his conviction. he was convicted largely because the victim had a dream that he was her assailant. the go men who started a wildfire destroying homes plead guilty to arson. they lit both face years in prison. a colorado cop is in jail. a woman says this pueblo police officer sexually assaulted her when she was drunk. ben candelaria is accused of assaulting the woman while responding to a domestic violence call. a denver man who offered to buy guns for felons has been sentenced. kenneth francis after going undercover. there they responded to the video and he took the bait. >> if you can't get a gun
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you can't get a gun because you have a violent crime on your record or if you can't get a gun for some other type of stupid reason, i wann you to know that i want to help you. >> francis agreed to sell an assault rrfle to an undercover agent. he later sold two handguns to a confidential informant who was a convicted felon. parents listen up, a powerful drug is responsible for the death of utah. the drug is known as pink. no overdoses have been reported in the metro area. the dea says the drug is to blame for 17 overdoses and several deaths in the u.s. the synthetic drug is eight times as strong as morphine. you can actually buy this drug online from chinese labs in a matter of seconds. the drug is not only deadly but can be repackaged into pills that mask what the substance really is.
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opioid ann heroin epidemic. it's just gotten to be really, really scary. >> yikes. the dea has just placed the drug in the controlled substance category. it could be the banking solution the cannabis industry is desperate to find. it's called token. a mobile banking app that turns real money into digital tokens. right now a distense write is giving it a test run. customers can pay for the product right from their it used a block chain ledger tracking and keeping transactions on file. >> as long as it's in this weird gray area limbo it opens it up for a lot of vendors. we want to bring it to the light by making it transparent. >> so if all goes as planned the app will be in 50 dispensaries by the end of the year and plans to expand to california and puerto rico. from war to rescues, pilots come to colorado for specialized training.
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ideal environment for life saving training. >> denver 7's mark stewart was invittd to fly with them for their 30th anniversary. >> it's time for takeoff. with one of the most seasoned crews in the sky. flying colorado army national guard military choppers in one of the toughest places in the world. this unique high altitude mountain training is kind of like top gun for pilots. skilled colorado operators far away as europe and the as middle east. >> down at sea level they come up here and it's a whole new ball game for them. >> the thin rocky mountain air and terrain mimics war zones like afghanistan. >> flying at high altitudes can be tough. not only are you dealing with rugged terrain and at times violent winds, the helicopter
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>> don't fall off the edge here. >> and you don't even need a runway. >> the elevation here 11,000 feet. these choppers are rugged. they can land on the rocks of a mountain even in four feet of snow. >> the drills help in combat and real life emergencies here in colorado. >> we get the call from the army national guard and we're executing those missions, saving folks that are lost hikers, lost hunters. they're we save peoples lives through education and practice. >> helping experienced pilots to heighten their skills in the colorado high country. mark stewart, denver 7. >> our state is so cool. >> i know. a local boy scout troupe giving kids withhspecial needs a chance to achieve their goals. more troubles for samsung after problems with its phones bursting into flames.
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company's washing machines. details on the next recall. she thought her son just had a cold. >> he just didn't feel good. >> this family never would have imagined their 3-year-old would suddenly lose his ability to move. >> we were devastated. >> a rare condition has health officials around the country concerned. >> it's difficult to council parents because there's so much about the disorder we don't know ourselves. >> i'll tell you how childrens hospital colorado is at the fore front in the fight against an illness that paralysis. >> that's the scary part. you don't know if he's going to be able to stand or walk. 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!
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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
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samsung dealing with another problem. this time the company is recalling 30 million of its top loading washing machines. some families say their washing machines have blown apart. consumer product safety commission says they've received more than 700 reports of machines blowing apart when operating at high speeds. at least nine people have been hurt. the models affected have been sold since 2011. how many of us carry around cash? as more and more of us move seeing kids getting debit cards earlier and earlier. our partners suggest looking for debit accounts that protect them from overdrafting. >> we have a great feature to help kids manage money. if for example a young person is going to withdraw from their debit account and don't have the appropriate funns, the transaction will be declined but no fee will be charged. >> if you like you can also set up a joint account so you have
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you can also consider getting and setting up alerts. growing up with a developmental disability has enough challenges. missing out on things your friends are doing shouldn't be one of them. >> uncovers a gem in the special needs world. troupe 5280. >> this could be a boy scout meeting at any troupe in colorado. >> we are teaching electricity. >> these are not your typical scouts. they are part of troupe 50. special needs. >> we just take what they have and we don't treat them any different. we work with them and we don't talk above them. we talk at their level that they can understand. >> kathy has been scout master for troop 5280 for about six years. >> we take what they know and we ask to show us what they can do and if they struggle on a merit badge we help them,
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can do it. >> swim. camping or cooking. >> the goal is to help scouts like allen achieve their goals. >> a little longer, a little shorter. >> julian is kathy's son. he's the assistant scout master and has autism. >> give back to the community. >> julian says the experience is as important for him as it is for the scouts he's working with. >> i see them as leading me. basically what thee teach me helps me guide -- >> as a scout master i'm proud of them.
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>> it shows that they are a part of something special. they are -- they can accomplish many many things. >> now typical scouts have until they are 18 to achieve the rank of eagle scout. scouts with developmental disabilities can have until they are 20. they have to apply for the exdeposition. that's something kathy and julian can help with. >> that's great. little bit of rain down south. maybe to the southwest mountains. we need it here. >> we do. we reallco moisture. we have been so abnormally dry. also abnormally warm. i wish i could say there was a big change in the forecast. snow is coming. we're looking at this low pressure system. maybe bringing in a couple showers to the denver metro area and front range. later on today, but for the most part this morning we are waking up to a winter weather advisory. that encompasses the southwest portion of the state. much of the san juan mountains have the potential for picking
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feet. this will last until tomorrow afternoon. here's your weekend forecast. we'll see partly to mostly cloudy skies throughout the day today. a slight chance for a few showers here or there. not looking at much in the way of measurable precipitation. we can take any moisture we can get. tonight, set the clocks back. we'll take an hour tomorrow morning. we're at 41 at city park. a mild start to the morning under a partly cloudy sky. 35 in evergreen. seeing a elsewhere throughout the day today, we'll see temperatures gradually rise to mid to upper 60s. slightly wwrmer than what we should be for this time of year. about 10 degrees though. 67 in broomfield as well as in boulder. 65 in denver and about 67 degrees with 50s for the most part in the mountains. 55 in aspen this afternoon. 55 in gunnison. slight chance for picking up few mountain showers. 59 across the western slope
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afternoon. %- future cast throughout the morning. we'll gradually see showers down south start to diminish. this is stopped at 8:00 tonight. slight chance for picking up a few showers mainly at higher elevations. we could be seeing snow for the mountains, which is great news. gradually clearing skies by sunday morning. partly cloudy sky throughout much of the day on sunday. throughout monday we'll see clearing. for today we have that slight 42 is our overnight low. not quite as chilly. by tomorrow morning we'll wake up to a mostly cloudy sky. gradually clearing. seven day forecast. overnight lows will drop throughout the week. as of right now we're not looking at much in the way of moisture. partly cloudy for monday. tuesday we'll see the gradual clearing. partly cloudy as well wednesday, thursday. breeze will pick up. we'll track another cold front that will move through. that'll drop our temperatures
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to average values in the mid to lower 30s. could use the moisture. not looking at it as of right now. no snow, unfortunately. >> at least i was cold when i went to bed last night. >> that's good. extra blankets. >> we're getting to that point. are you looking to adopt? stick around. our friends at the denver animal shelter are here. look at this pup. needs a new home.
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welcome back. -- >> lab, actually. i think he had a long tail at one point perhaps. something happened to it. that's okay. >> he's a good boy. he barked a little bit earlier. at 7:30, a dog park. that was ringo. but he hasn't barked since. >> he's only a year old. he's pretty well behaved for a lab of any type at a year old.
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you told me -- i didn't know this. black dogs -- you have trouble getting them adopted. >> i'm not real sure why. i do know in a lot of shelters the lighting is not perfect. >> interesting. >> they kind of get lost in the kennel that they're in. some people have weird conceptions about black animals, you know. which is strange. >> especially black cats. >> right. and you know if they're next to a tri colored dog, people gravitate to the >> then they're missing out on dogs like ringo. >> he knows basic commands. >> you told him to sit and he did. >> i discovered just a few minutes ago he likes children. >> yes, yep. >> a year old being this calm is great. >> i know, he really is great. katie is walking back to the desk.
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if you want to adopt ringo, the number to call is 720-913-1311. there's the information right there on your screen. as usual, every weekend i'll post this on our website. and also my facebook page. that'll be just after 9:00 this morning. katie, back to you. >> ringo, sorry i don't have any treats for you, bud. so cute. we're tracking all this morning's biggest stories. we'll bring you a recap coming . set your clocks back an hour. set your clocks back an hour. we have 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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ame 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, and i approve this message. denver police investigating a shooting in montbello. one person was shot and rushed to the hospital.
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shooter. this nurse at the university of colorado hospital is now in jail. kacye unruh is accused of taking painkillers in iv form. doctors are testing patients for possible hepatitis c exposure. she is also accused of taking drugs from a previous center. the trump campaign office in denver was vandalized. this time someone threw a rock through the window and a child was inside, almost got hit that rook. earlier in the day yesterday someone spray painted the outside of the building with trump's name and the words thief and pervert. good morning. reporting live outside of the national western complex where donald trump is expected to rally here around 9:30 tonight. doors open around 6:30 so if you're planning on attending, keep that in mind. today's rally is the cherry on
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politics. only three days out from election day. both major parties made several visits across the state this week. donald trump jr., newt gingrich and ben carson for trump. and across the aisle chelsea clinton and bill clinton. those stops continuing today with former new york mayor rudy joule you knee -- previewing donald trump's visit here at the national western complex. his rally is slated for 9:30 tonight. reporting live outside of the national western complex, denver 7. it's that time of year again. daylight saving time ends sunday at 2:00 a.m. local time. clocks in most of the united states should be set back one hour to gear up for winter's arrival. it will start getting darker
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it's already getting darker. we'll have to wait till march to set the clocks forward. the good news before you get up and watch us tomorrow morning, you'll have an extra hour of sleep. >> we'll be pretty rested. >> be awake for us and watch us. >> our smartphones typically do it automatically. in terms of our conditions moving into this winter, right now today we're going to be seeing highs still about 10 slight chance mainly staying mild throughout the day. mix of clouds. no real snow, but cooler overnight lows come midweek. >> there is much more to come. a look at yesterday's huge celebration in chicago after the cubs broke that 108 year run without a championship. stay with us. this is denver 7 saturday morning. see you in a few minutes.
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we are on top of breaking news this morning. police investigating a shooting in a montbello neighborhood. one person was shot and rushed to the hospital. this was on 53rd avenue. nobody is in custody for this. we'll continue to follow this and bring you the latest details come in. breaking overnight. one person is stabbed in westminster. police say it happened around 3:15. this is between sheridan and highway 36. the victim was taken to the hospital. still not clear what led up to this. even more breaking news at 8:00. a student sexually assaulted on the cu boulder campus around 2:00 this morning. it happened in hallet hall. the suspect still out there.
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short, dark curly hair. % about 5'9". if you know anything about this, contact cu boulder police. at 8:01 on this saturday morning. we're getting rain and snow showers into the southwestern part of colorado and down to the south. we're picking up some snow, mainly in the san juan mountains. mainly above 10, 11,000 feet. we do have a winter weather advisory in effect for portions of the southwestern mountains into much of the afternoon into more snow showers. accumulations up to about 4 to 8 inches in spots. current temperatures outside, a a mild start to the day. dry, partly to mostly cloudy skies. evergreen at 35. boulder cool at 393 here's our 24 hour planner. a mix of sun and clouds. high temperatures still about 10 degrees above normal. increasing cloud coverage throughout the evening. slight chance for a few showers. i'll show you on future cast
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new this morning, a person hit and killed by a car late last night in boulder. this happened near 30th and pearl street just before 9:00 p.m. police say a man and a woman were crossing the street. both were in the crosswalk. the woman was hit by a car. the driver stayed at the scene. investigators are working to figure out if the walk signals were on when the two were crossing. this woman, kacye unruh, a nurse at the university of colorado hospital in jail. she's accused of stealing killers. patients arebeing warned they may have been exposed to hepatitis c. this isn't the fist time she's been in trouble for doing this. 50 patients have been notified and told they should get tested for hepatitis c. unruh is accused of possibly taking fentanyl in iv form. unruh is also accused of taking drugs from an oklahoma medical center where she previously worked. this morning a warning out
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security. they're monitoring multiple threats targeting our election. one involves a possible al qaeda terror plot for monday. the other, russian hackers trying to raise doubts about the results. experts say it is nearly impossible to change the outcome of the election. >> these machines are mostly offline. there's paper bbllots that can be checked and verified that the electronic result matchee to what is printed on the ballot. >> as for the terror threats, intercepted conversations discuss possible plots in new york, te however officials say the threats are not specific. meantime breaking late last night, another case of vandalism at the trump campaign office in denver. this is the second time in just a day. someone threw a rock last night. a security guard caught the suspect though. that came just hours after this, someone spray painted these words on the side of the building early yesterday morning. included trump's name and the words thief and pervert. denver police are investigating.
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until election day. barely time for either candidate to eat or sleep. donald trump is visiting ten states in three days. he'll be in denver tonight. >> he's not the only one several others will be in town. amanda del castillo has been live giving us a preview on all of this. >> good morning. doors are expected to open here at the national western complex around 6:30 tonight with the rally scheduled for 9:30. average shows that hillary clinton is up by 3 points here in our state. now today's stop comes after a week of prominent visits from both sides. former republican presidential candidate ben carson campaigning for trump in colorado springs and castle rock yesterday. mike pence in loveland this past wednesday. the trump campaign saw donald trump jr. and newt gingrich in our state this week. the clinton family hitting colorado hard as well.
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day stop tuesday and wednesday and bill clinton making three stops yesterday. today senator bernie sanders is expected in highlands ranch and former new york city mayor is expected to campaign for trump at 1:00 this afternoon here in denver. reporting live, amanda del castillo. former president bill clinton campaigned for his during his first stop he scoffed at melania trump's comments on cyber bullying. >> i never felt so bad for anybody in my life as i did for his wife going out giving is a speech saying oh cyber bullying was a terrible thing. i thought, yeah, especially it's done at 3:00 in the morning against a formmr miss
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president. >> clinton said he could not believe melania spoke about the issue given her husband's actions on twitter there. into denver 7 late last night, you can take all the selfies you want your ballot. a federal judge has blocked prosecutors from going after anyone for doing that. but this doesn't really help all of you who voted early, which is about half of reck registered voters in colorado. two fort carson soldiers paid the ultimate sacrifice. they died thursday when enemies both men were green berets stationed in colorado springs. four other u.s. service members were hurt in the attack. this morning we now know the names of the two teens arrested for the murder of nicholas lewis. raheem benson and louis lara- macias are both 16 years old but are being charged as adults. even they get the maximum sentence, which is 40 years, they could be paroled almost 10
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frozen strawberries used in denver restaurants have been linked to a nationwide outbreak of hepatitis a. more than 130 people have gotten sick. locally several cold stone creameries serve them. we have all the specifics right now on the denver 7 app. a popular trail near parker is closed this morning because the prairie dog colony has the plague. health officials shut down more than a mile of cherry creek regional trail. park officials noticed a prairie dog die off. positive for the plague, which is a disease transmitted by infected fleas. now the county is closing that stretch for two weeks while they put pesticides on the holes. >> the idea is to coat the hole all the way around so when it -- it kills the fleas. >> he says the denver metro usually sees a few cases of plague a year in rodents. right now police are asking for your help finding these two
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stolen credit cards out of aurora. they were able to use the cards over two days at the end of october. if you recognize them, call police. it is a story about a miraculous recovery. i've had the honor to cover it. we've been following it here on denver 7. a woman beats the odds after a horrible car accident. >> still ahead, we'll update you on molei wright's recovery. how she's doing ten months
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ng out of her wherever." "i think that putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing." "i don't wanna sound too much like a chauvinist but when i come home and dinner's not ready, i go through the roof." "so you treat women with respect?" - "uh, i can't say that either." - "alright." priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. it's 8:10. welcome back. cloud cover this morning. beautiful sunrise though in the last hour over mile high -- from the mile high cam. still very nice out there. a little bit cooler. low temperatures aae getting back to normal after all the warmth we've been seeing. we are still waiting on moisture. colorado in a drought. some parts worse thannothers. waiting for that snow. take a look. this is molei wright. last may i told you about the
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forever. molei and her boyfriend jeremy were driving over kenosha pass in a snowstorm when their car was hit by a truck. molei was nearly killed. ten months later she continues to fight and you won't believe how far she's come. >> it was back in march when it seemed all hope was lost. >> we were prepared to lose molei. she her skull. she had tubes everywhere. >> reporter: but sometimes someone's will to fight to go on outweighs the rest. seven months ago molei was in
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paralyzed, internally decapitated and doctors gave -?her a less than 1% chance to live. now she's home and what's happening inside those doors is remarkable. >> now light fingertips on the bar there for me. >> molei is up and moving. >> good. and then quarter turn to the left. >> every step she takes means progress. she's relearning things we all take for granted like how to swallow. >> she has motor ataxia. it's hard for her to control her movements. sse has some sensory loss in >> through the struggle an incredible story is emerging of a young woman who won't stop fighting to be normal again. >> she's been touched by whatever you want to call it. >> it started at the accident scene. a stranger pulled molei out of that mangled car and did cpr on her for 45 minutes. doctors saying it's what saved her life. >> i call it miraculous. she's working hard at it too. >> now despite all the odds -- >> i was like, what?
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recounting her days in the hospital after the accident. the accident she doesn't remember. >> like where am i? what happened? >> reporter: molei was stuck in that hospital bed fully aware but unable to talk. >> just like wanting to say something but she can't. >> reporter: she remembers when her hero came to visit her. henry rodriguez saved her life that night. all she wanted to do was say thank you that day he came by. just like, thank you so much. and that's not enough. >> reporter: molei has a long way to go. she knows that. but she's got family to back her up and a boyfriend who hasn't left her side. [ unintelligible ] >> the symbol of true love through the worst of circumstances. >> so much love. >> do you think it's the love thht got you through?
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heart that won't stop beating. >> i joke with jemy saying i'll be the next olympic swimmer. who knows. maybe. >> does she have the best attitude for what? molei is a huge broncos fan. the first thing her family did for her when she got out of the hospital over the summer was throw her a super bowl party. obviously a party they couldn't throw needless to say, she was happy with the outcome. what a family. she's so amazing. >> absolutely incredible story. still to come, the texas police officer without a job this morning. the disturbing crime he's accuseddof doing that has a lot of people outraged. eight kids all linked by some mysterious illness in washingttn. some of the kids just paralyzed. others have died. doctors couldn't if figure out now they have a diagnosis. and today expect mix of sun
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a slight chance for a few showers mainly across the plains. highs still warm for this time of year. we'll take 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.
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who believes in an open and transparent government. they'd be a great team in the state senate. putting a wife to work is a ver when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof. grab 'em by the p****". when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either.
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i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. a jury has found rolling stone magazine liable for a story. jackie claims she had been beaten and raped by seven men. police found no evidence the rape ever happened. the victim is now seeking $7.5 million. a new york police officer gunned down after responding to a call. paul tuozzolo and emmanuel kwo got on scene. sergeant tuozzolo was shot in the head and did not survive. the other officer is expected
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texas. a police officer without a job this morning after being accused of bragging to coworkers about giving a homeless man a sandwich filled with feces. disgusting. officer matthew lockhurst has been on the force for five years. investigators say he put feces on the bread, put it next to a homeless persoo. >> it's a disgrace to the department. it's a disgrace to the badge. >> this happened back in may but it took this long for the arrest. an attorney for lockhurst says his clienttwas joking the whole time. the coworkers never did aaything and there were no witnesses. lockhurst is appealing his termination. an update to a story we've been following all week. several kids in washington got seriously sick some mysterious illness. some of them resulting in sudden paralysis, even death. doctors know what the illness
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lites. symptoms start out like the common cold. then it becomes more severe. the department of health is working to see if there's a common link between the children. a teen at prairie view high school scored the last touchdown of his senior game in his wheelchair there. we caught up with patrick mckinley as the team practiced. he's been a team manager throughout his career. >> it felt great. i've been on the field many times but i haven't ran a touchdown in on this field in my four years to make it count. >> i love it. both teams rallied around patrick after the touchdown. shouted his name. definitely a special moment. he also got to keep the game ball. wear also hearing most of the team didn't even know about it. the coach didn't want to give it away. >> that's great. >> great teamwork there. that's just awesome. >> awesome story.
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more cloud coverage. we have this system rolling into colorado that'll bring us a slight chance for seeing a few showers. >> we immediate it. >> we do definitely immediate it. this morning we are picking up moisture across the southwestern corner of the state. further south near trinidad we've gotten rain and snow for higher elevations. that's great news there. we have a winter weather advisory though. th will stay in effect all day today until tomorrow or early tomorrow morning, rather. this encommasses much of the san juan mountas elevations above 10 to 11,000 feet. do expect accumulation up to about 4 to 8 inches. we could use it in the mountains. currently downtown denver we're under a mostly cloudy skies. 42 degrees. 47 at the airport. winds are relatively calm. throughout the next 24 hours we'll see a mix of sun and clouds. high temperatures still above average for this time of year. mid to upper 60s across the front range. mostly cloudy overnight. slight chaace for a passing
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the way of measurable precipitation. normally we should be about 57 degrees. still warm for this time of year. fort collins at 69 today. copper mountain getting up to 43. slight chance for picking up more snow in the high country. across the northeastern plains and front range. upper 60s to lower 70s. throughout the state today, upper 50s in grand junction. a few degrees colder. 50s and 60s in the aspen at 55. sterling, up to about 71. same down south. throughout the day we'll see increasing cloud coverage. this is 11:30 today. slight chance for picking up a few more mountain showers. higher elevations later on tonight. we'll be under a mostly cloudy sky with a very slight chance for seeing a few showers roll off the foothills into the front range. most of the activity should
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up to sunshine. mix of sun and clouds throughout the day. gradual clearing into this next week. 42 degrees with the slight chance of showers. not quite as cool as what we've seen the past couple of evenings. by tomorrow morning we'll wake up to gradually clearing skies and highs in the upper 60s. a few degrees warmer for sunday. staying dry though. monday, tuesday, wednesday. we're not looking at any real chances for snow on the seven day forecast. but our overnight lows will drop as another cold front tracks into the state. we'll keep an you here in town we're not looking at much in the way of moisture. remember to set your clocks back an hour. daylight saving is tomorrow. so tonight just make sure they're turned back. we gain an hour. >> we get extra sleep. that's always good for our schedule. that's for sure. still ahead, the broncos gear up to take on the raiders tomorrow. this is a big game. afc west rivalry. we'll take you inside dove valley and check in with troy renck.
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fresno state. why mike bobo 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.
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probably the first time in the new millennium this classic rivalry really means something to both teams. at the same time. here's broncos insider troy renck. >> raiders quarterback derrick car has played like a fourth in touchdowns. only three interceptions. the broncos will face him without aquib talib. his back injury will keep him out of the game. it still means they must step up. >> it's going to be tough, man. we'll be without one of our leaders, you know what i'm saying. arguably one of our best defensive players.
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we got to get after them. pass rush has to be good. rush and coverage. got to stop the run. -- we have to be physical at the same time we have to be sound. >> we [ unintelligible ] >> we just got to continue to be great, do our job. on the back end make plays. >> no talib but brandon marshall will play. >> that is good news. college football today. colorado state should be well rested after their bye week. tte rams at home today. 1:30 kickoff. this could be an unofficial bye week in fort collins. csu is coming off a nice road
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8. the bulldogs are quite frankly bad. don't tell that to mike bobo. >> had the mind set we have to play our best game of the year this saturday against a team to me i know they are-7, i believe. but has talented football players. and good skill positions. guys that can hurt you. >> if you say so, coach. that is your morning sports report, everybody. the campaigns kicking it into high gear just three days until election day. donald trump making his presence known. he's back in town. we'll have a preview. a warning for parents about nationwide. it can be bought on the internet. details on the drug investigators are calling pink. we dig into the reason
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woman: after all donald trump has said and done... she ate like a pig... 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. women vote is responsible
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we're working on getting more details after an early morning shooting sent one person to the hospital. this happened at 53rdand durham court in the montbello area. known is in custody. we're tracking more breaking news. this time out of on this saturday morning we're seeing an area of low pressure swirl into the state bringing in moisture for much of the western slope. snow showers down to the south. also rain near trinidad throughout the morning. we have a winter weather advisory in effect for much of the san juan mountains throughout the course of the day heading into early tomorrow morning. do expect to see 4 to 8 inches of snow accumulations for areas above 10 to 11,000 feet, which is good news. we can use all the moisture we can get.
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under a partly to mostly cloudy sky. slight chance for seeing a shower or two. we'll be having above average temperatures. throughout the course of the afternoon we'll see a few more snow showers for the mountains. right now we're at 42 degrees in city park. evergreen, 35. 30s for the most part in the mountains. i'll show you where we can pick up some more snow showers and rain showers a little bit later on today coming up in a few minutes. >> still waiting for the first bi thanks. we're getting down to the final moments in the race for the white house. just three days until election day. donald trump and hillary clinton are neck and neck in the polls and reporter andy rose is following. >> with just one weekend left to get their messages out, donald trump is gaining on democratic opponent hillary clinton. according to to cnn's latest electoral college map. while clinton holds a lead, the race has tightened.
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states have shifted all in trump's favor. >> have you been seeing what's happening with those polls? they're like rocket ships. >> maine's second congressional district, ohio and utah are looking as if they'll shift from battleground to lean republican. and new hampshire, once a state thought to lean democratic might turn red this election. with the moves clinton drops -?below the 270 vote threshold needed to clinch the election on tuesday. this is an estimate of what several states like arizona, areestill very much up foo grabs. and both parties have been focusing their efforts there in the final days. democrats are hoping that the latest jobs report showing unemployment down to 4.9% will work in their favor. >> we got some good news this morning. our economy created 161,000 jobs last month. that is -- that is 73 straight
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and i believe that our economy is poised to really take off and thrive. >> i'm andy rose reporting. the trump campaign is making their final push in colorado. donald trump will be holding a rally tonight. >> amanda del castillo joins us with a preview. >> good morning. we're expecting that rally to start at 9:30 tonight. if you're planning on attending, doors open at the national western complex at around 6:30. now the stop tonight is just the cherry on top to a busy political week here in colorado. both major parties made several visits across the state this week. we saw donald trump jr., newt gingrich and ben carson for trump. across the aisle, chelsea clinton and bill clinton were in the state. those stops continuing today with former new york city may your rudy joule gnaw knee for trump and bernie sanders for
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clinton's once large gap has narrowed considerably in recent weeks. we checked and the most recent polling average is showing hillary clinton ahead by 3 points in colorado. reporting live outside of the national western complex. this local football coach is accused of assaulting a student. deputies arrested dylan hollingsworth. he grabbed a student by the for using profanity. the school has not commented only saying they're investigating. the aclu and naacp are working to stop a local rape case from moving forward. they turned in petitions to bllck the retrial of clarence moses el. the denver da plans to retry this case. he was convicted largely because the victim had a dream she was her assailant of the
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wildfire destroying homes pleaded guilty to arson. there they are here. they lit ab illegal campfire that sparked it all. both face years in prison. a colorado cop is in jail. ? woman says this pueblo police officer sexually assaulted her when she waa drunk. ben candelaria is accused of. a denver man who offered to buy guns for felons has been sentenced. the feds caught kenneth francis after going undercover. >> if you can't get a gun because you have a felony, if you can't get a gun because you have a violent crime on your record or if you can't get a gun for some other type of stupid reason, i want you to know that i want to help you. >> franccs agreed to sell an assault rifle to an undercover agent and later sold two handguns to a confidential informant who was a convicted felon. a judge just sentenced francis
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prison. it is now 8:35. parents, listee up. a powerful drug is responsible for the deaths of two teens in neighboring utah. the drug is known as pink. no overdoses have been reported in the metro. the dea saas the drug is to blame for overdoses and several deaths in the u.s. this is eight times as strong as morphine. you can buy this drug online from chinese labs in seconds.. the drug is not only deadly but can be repackaged in that mask what the substance really is. >> comes where the wild west of chemistry in the basement. with this whole epidemic. it's gotten to be really, really scary. >> the dea has just placed the drug in the controlled substance category. this could be the banking solution the cannabis industry is desperate to find. it's called token. it converts real money into
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bank account. right now ajoya dispensary is testing. the denver-based creator say it uses a block chain ledger tracking and keeping transactions on file. >> as long as it's in this weird gray area limbo, it opens it up for a lot of them. we want to make it transparent. >> it all goes as planned the app will be in 50 dispensaries by the end of the year and plans to expand to from war to rescues. pilots come to colorado for specialized training. our high elevation provides an ideal environment for life saving training. >> denver 7's marc stewart was invited to fly with them for their 30th anniversary. >> it's time for takeoff. with one of the most seasoned crews in the sky. flying colorado army national guard military choppprs in one
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world. this high altitude mountain training is kind of like top gun for helicopter pilots. teaching fellow flyers from as far away as europe and the middle east. >> we get students from the coast. >> the thin air and terrain mimics war zones like afghanistan. >> flying at high not only rugged terrain and violent winds, a helicopter requires more power an than airplane. >> don't fall off the edge here. >> you don't even need a runway. >> the elevation here 11,000 feet. these choppers can land on the four feet of snow. >> the drills help in combat and real life emergencies here in colorado. >> we get the call from
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folks that are lost hikers, lost hunters. they're hurt, they're injured. they're cliffed out. >> we save peoples lives through education and through practice. >> helping experienced pilots to heighten their skills in the colorado high country. mark stewart, denver 7. still ahead, a local boy scout troop is givenning kids with special needs a chance to achieve their goals. more troubles this morning for samsung after the problems with the bursting into flames. now washing machines are blowing up?
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8:42. samsung dealing with another problem. this time the company is recalling 30 million of its top loading washing machines. some families say their washing machines have blown the cone tsunamier product safety commission has received 700 reports of the machines blowing apart when operating at the models affected have been sold since 2011. how many of us still carry around cash? i don't that often. so as more of us move toward using plastic money, our partners are seeing children getting debit cards earlier and earlier. our partners suggest looking for accounts that protect your
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great feature that helps kids manage money. if, for example, a young person is going to withdraw and don't have the appropriate funns, the transaction will be declined but no fee will be charged. >> you can also set up a joint accident so you have access to the account and can monitor it online. consider setting up alerts. growing up with a developmental disability has enou >> uncovers a gem in the special needs world. troop 5280. >> dc circuits. >> this could be a boy scout meeting at any troop in colorado. >> tonight we're teaching electricity. >> these are not your typical scouts. they're part of troop 5280. a troop for scouts with special needs. >> we take what they have. we don't treat them any different. we work with them and we don't
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we talk at their level that they can understand. >> kathy durant has been scout master for six years. >> we take a they know and we ask to show us what they can do and if they struggle on a meeit badge we help them in a way they can do it. >> like swimming or swim -- or swim like this or camping or cooking. >> the goal is to help scouus achieve their goals. >> eagle. >> they take a little bit longer. they take them a little bit shorter. [ inaudible ] >> julian is kathy's son. he has autism. >> scouts -- eagle scout and manual says give back to the community as scouting -- [ inaudible ] -- so i did and
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important for him as it is for the scouts. >> i don't see me as leading them. i see them as leading me. because basically what they teach me helps me guide what to plan for next time. >> i'm very proud of them. >> julian's mom says troop 5280 fills a void for many of these scouts. >> it shows that they are a part of something special. they are -- hay can accomplish many things. >> now typical scouts have until the rank of eagle scout. scouts with developmental disabilities can have until they are 20. they have to apply for the extension and that's something kathy and julian can help with. >> that's great. >> it's nice. again. cooler. little bit of rain on the south side of the state. gosh, we need it. >> we're in a drought, essentially. especially from denver metro area north. so we could really use all the moisture we can get. good news is we do have this
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swirling into colorado. some green across the state and we are going to be picking up a few more showers. we've seen rain down to the south across the western slope. snow showers for a lot of the higher elevations, which is great news as we head into this next season. so winter weather advisory. this will be in effect throughout the day today until early tomorrow morning. just anticipate the san juan mountains picking up about 4 to 8 inches of snow accumulation over the next 24 hours up to about 11,000 feet and above. so great news. we a mostly cloudy note across the front range. downtown denver at 43 degrees. 46 at the airport. winds are still calm from the southwest at 5 miles per hour. throughout the day today, we'll stay pretty mild. more cloud coverage than we've seen the past couple of days. 66 to about 67 degrees across the metro area. normally though we should be at about 57 degrees. so still about 10 degrees above normal for this time of the year. slight chance for a few showers
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mountains will mainly stay in % the 50s. 58 in estes park. 43 degrees. we have a slight chance for picking up snow showers. highs elsewhere, you're at 67. same in aurora. denver metro, mid60s. so these temperatures across the eastern half of the state still staying above average. throughout the western slope, 59 in grand junction. still cool in the mountains. 50s and 60s for our daytime highs with steamboat expecting future cast throughout the day today. this is stopped at 11:30. we have mostly cloudy skies across denver.. slight chance for picking up a few more snow showers. spots like aspen could pick up snow. across the plains, slight chance of feeling a few more rain showers. throughout tonight we'll stay under a mostly cloudy sky in town. slight chance for a few more showers to the west. by 9:30 tomorrow morning, gradually cleering. should be under a partly cloudy
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overnight lows for tonight, we'll stay cool in the mountains. mid to upper 30s in aspen. good news for the resorts. they can continue to keep making snow up there. 44 degrees is our overnight low in sterling. mid to upper 40s down to the south. 42 with the slight chance of mostly cloudy skies. tomorrow morning, we'll wake up to mostly cloudy sky. gradually clearing though. bringing our highs up to the upper 60s. seven day forecast. staying dry throughout the next few days. sl 63 is our expected high temperature. the overnight lows will slowly drop back to near normal values in the mid to lower 30s. partly cloudy throughout much of the week. don't really have the chance of snow on the forecast just yet. also do remember daylight savings, set your clock back an hour for tomorrow. >> we'll get extra sleep. that's always good. after more than 100 years baseball fans in chicago laid their eyes on the world series trophy. a huge celebration yesterday as
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we'll have a full 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.
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it was a big day in chicago yesterday. hundreds of thousands of people gathered to celebrate the biggest win in over a century. >> a full recap of yesterday's festivities. >> from wrigley field to downtown chicago, confetti filled the air. jammed the streets to see the chicago cubs hoist the world series trophy. after a 108 year sprinted intooa massive downtown park to find a prime viewing spot. this fan came all the way from california. >> we've been waiting and we wanted to show the cubs that we've loved them for so long. >> they dyed the chicago river. it's hard to blame fans for the over the top celebration. teresa has lived 74 years without seeing a world series win and it hasn't always been easy. >> it was very interesting but
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of my mind. >> it's even tougher for this faaily who lives in white sox territory. >> real hard. you doo't get no break. >> they waited for hours to get in, but it wasn't something they could miss. >> memory, history, it's going to be remembered forever. >> for martha, baseball is a family affair. her dad died earlier in year just months before his team finally broke its curse. >> we believe the cubs win world series and he's here with >> the spirit of baseball fans hope comes more than once a century. [ singing ] >> in chicago, i'm scott mclane. >> exciting times. still ahead, we're tracking all this morning's biggest stories. we'll bring you a recap. it's that time of year. set your clocks back an hour. we have details on daylightt
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coming up on 8:55. here a look at our top stories. denver police investigating a shooting. one person was shot overnight and rushed to the hospital. police now searching for a suspect. % not clear what caused the shots to ring out. this nurse is now in jail. kacye unruh is accused of taking painkillers in iv form. doctors are testing dozens of patients for possible hepatitis c she is accused of taking drugs from an oklahoma medical center where she previouslyyworked. for the second time in just a day, the trump campaign office in denver was vandalized. someone threw a rock through a window and almost hit a child. earlier someone spray painted the outside of the building with trump's name and the words thief and pervert. good morning. live outside of the national western complex. donald trump is expected here
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doors opening at 6:30 for those who are interested. we did check and a polling average shows that hillary clinton is ahead in the state by 3 points. but today's stop comes after a week of prominent visits from both sides and just three days before election day. former republican presidential candidate ben carson was campaigning for trump in colorrdo springs and castle rock yesterday. mike pence in loveland this past weekend. the trump campaign also saw donald trump jr. and newt week. the clinton family hitting colorado hard as well. chelsea clinton making a two day stop tuesday and wednessay and bill clinton making three stops yesterday. there's even more stops ahead today. senator bernie sanders is expected in highlands ranch and former new york city mayor rudy giuliani is expected to campaign for trump at 1:00 this afternoon. the rally starting here at 9:30 p.m. reporting live outside of the
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denver 7. it's that time of year again. daylight saving time ends late tonight into tomorrow morning. clocks in most of the united states should be set back an hour to gear up for winter's arrival. youull have to wait till march to get the clocks forward. before you go to bed, fall back. get an extra hour of sleep. then wake up, have a cup of coffee, watch us. >> come say hi. our temperatures really aren't going to feel like winter the next today, mid60s. slight chance for a shower or two. we can really use the moisture. staying very dry throughout the next seven days. partly cloudy temperatures staying in the 60s. overnight lows gradually dropping to the 30s. last time it was this warm. october of 1950.
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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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announcer: "jack hanna's wild countdown" is sponsored by nationwide. jack: hi, everyone, i'm jack hanna, coming to you from my zoo, and welcome to "wild countdown." to find spectacular species, we usually head into the wild. esmond: jack, look what we found. jack: but today, we'll visit a city park that has rhinos and lions-- look at this. this is beautiful. a beach shared by people and penguins-- sue: the penguins look like they just want to start a conversation with you. jack: and a california highway where zebras are a common sight. steven: you can see the skid marks where people have actually slid to a stop when they saw them. plus, my blooper of the week. fits me perfect, look at here.

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