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events. and the campaign office was vandalized twice within 24 hours and this man has been arrested in one of those cases. he is accused of criminal mischief. he is the man who threw a rock through the window near 18th and clarkson at - - through trump's office. earlier in the day, words were spray-painted on office. no one when arrested in connection with that incident. skiers and snowboarders will certainly love thii. and this is near san juan. a month - - many of the areas receive some snow today and you wouldn't believe it, this was the scene, november fifth was
when today was in the 60s in the metro area, let's check in with stacy. no snow in the forecast tonight. >> not tonight but over the last five years from 2011 until 20 thirteen, the first snowfalls were in october, we are the past that and november 5th, - - the latest snow we've ever had was november 21st, so, we are not to that point yet but we still have weeks to go before denver was beautiful, 60s, 70s, snow and rain in southwestern colorado, coming in through the northwestern part of the state, this system is not done yet, still in effect through telluride, durango, temperatures are still comfortable in the 40s and in the 50s and we will talk about the changes that we see ccming up on the seven day forecast in
dry, this is evidence of that as crews put out a brush fire in golden, the video makes the fire look worse than it is. and there is no word on what started it. and the jenkins fire is a - - 100% contained, the 18,000-acre fire started last month and nine homes and 17 buildings were destroyed. wheat ridge police are on the hunt for a serial arsonist. fire at the best interstate in on kipling, and there was one at kipling village, and then on west interstate 70 on tel frontage road, on monday, halloween, another fire at the best interstate in on kipling. if you know anything, call police. boulder police are looking
dorm room, it happened overnight, if you have any information, call police. a south carolina sheriff, a woman found chain - - chained on the property, a man confessed to the murders today, kayla brown was found on thursday, her boyfriend's body was found on the man's property yesterday. a health warning for you, pair of restaurants have sold frozen strawberries with - - links to a hepatitis outbreak. nationwide 130 people have already become sick and we have more details on the denver seven app. a special dedication in fort collins, once forgotten soldiers forgotten no more, a
grandview cemetery and on it, 17 names of soldiers who served in the original camp collins on the banks of the river from 1863 until 1866, daughters of the american revolution spent years tracking down unknown soldiers from northern carolina to finally honor - - northern colorado to finally honor them for their service. >> they gave their lives during the civil war and the words in the west and there is no recognition for them. >> originated as a military post in the 1860s to provide protection on the overland trail. >> heads up if you take the light rail, wire repairs are being done on the broadway station to the south more station and regular service resumes on monday, and the deadline to fix crossing arms has been extended by 90 days, if things are not asked, the
the next time you hike in colorado it could be a little different, the colorado 14 or's initiative just purchased the summit saying it is one of the worst trails in colorado, needing to million dollars in repairs, and chunks of fun - - tundra are sliding around. we will have a report from san francisco, and we are versus raiders showdown. and we are in fort collins with an event starting for the first time since 1947. she thought he had a cold, they never imagined that there -?33year-old would suddenly los his ability to move. a rare condition has health officials around the counnry does - - concerned. >> it is difficult to council parents because there is so much that we don't know ourselves about this disorder.
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recently grew by five. >> it is so incredible. >> heather and ben had been foster parents over the last eight years. >> we have noted - - intention of adopting. >> she said there was no way she could have denied those kids. there were nearly 830 adore - - and options last yeer and an estimated 650 children expected to find families before the end of this year. >> tonight we will have 283 kids in our state that will go to sleep in a foster home in colorado and they are waiting for an adoptive family. >> reporter: that she has worked in social work and in child wealth - - welfare over the last 30 years and he said that the day adoption is
children don't forget. the >> you see them healing and growing and you watch them and it is undescribable. >> reporter: today the kids ages three until 10 years old posed for pictures with their new families, something that they were not able to do before. and ben and heather were able to watch and support their children, something they have always done. suit said you love them like your own. and you want to teach them right, teach people. >> denver seven. >> amanda, great to see. and in denver, we are still waiting for donald trump to speak. he landed in denver at 9:45 and sources say he could not be on stage until 10:30 or 10:45, he was late getting to denver because of an incident in
bed tonight, you get an extra hour - -our of sleep. clocks will be falling back. % and this happens at 2:00 in the morning, it will start to get darker earlier on in the evening. let's check in with stacy for your first alert weather forecast. i always like falling back. >> i always like this one and the other one i can do without. it's that one in march that is a little troublesome. set those clocks back. dutiful conditions, partly to mostly cloudy skies depending on who you - - where you are, and it will be cloudy throughout the night, a a little bit warmer tomorrow, highs in the upper 60s and the were 70s. and it will stick around next week as well, i want to show you several days here. the basin will be open, open,
temperatures have been cold enough to support snowmaking and it should not be long. copper mountain will open, then winter park and aspen all open in the middle and the end of november, so, this is the month to get going skiing across the state. the 40s from denver to greeley, 3844 collins, collins, and a weaker storm system ran through colorado and you can almost see cirrulation counterclockwise as we had through telluride and through durango and the winter weather advisory in effect until midnight, most of the moisture is tapering off and we all have a little bit of light rain towards steamboat and it will be moving out, out, as we go through the rest of the night, we will continue to watch more of the moisture coming across the eastern plains, tomorrow morning you may have scattered showers from lyman into burlington.
showers in vail, by the skies, overnight low temperatures in the 40s tonight, the official overnight low is 42 degrees with mostly cloudy skies, 20s and 30s for the overnight lows, 40s out west, 30s and 50s for the southeastern part of the state, tomorrow, some high clouds across the area, rain moving through in the morning, then, clearing right on out, clear conditions as we go into the beginning of with partly cloudy skies, 60s and 70s for the front range in greeley and in fort collins, upper 60s to middle 60s for parker, a live - - elizabeth and highlands ranch. over the western slope, 40s, 50s, 60s, 70s, from pueblo through them are. as for the seven day forecast we stay as i mentioned in the 60s all week long, 63 degrees to start the workweek, 65 on tuesday, wednesday with a high
70 degrees as we go toward friday and saturday, 30s for the upcoming weekend, not breaking records, but the normal high should be in the upper 50s and we were just talking about it, when you ago today, we had snow coming down, so, it is interesting how things change. >> a significant snowfall. >> if i knew when, i would tell you right now, but it is the near future. [ laughing ] welcome to sports extra. for the first time in the last couple of decades, the rivalry felt like the good old days, tomorrow's game is actually important to both teams at the same time. denver seven inside at seth - -
big bridge behind me, battle of the bay, broncos face the oakland raiders. even the defense has an issue, and the broncos need to get better at stopping the run. they have allowed 117 yards per game, they need to make the raiders one-dimensional on sunday night. >> i never left my game open. it will be crazy, it will be electric, i don't think you will have any issue with this game. th coverage coverage and stopping the runs. >> the no fly zone is compromised. aqib alib is out. webster rule out on saturday. that putt it on bradley, another big game. and he willlstudy the film, he looks at just numbers, he does not worry about stats or the names on the back of the
what the media says about people. >> i wouldn't put them in the elite category. i - - we have guys who have good receivers and elite receivers. we have elite corners. i think we will be all right. >> they will pull off the upset, roll up their sleeve dig in the heels, booker had a shot. they need him to carry the workload so they can stay balance on the - - stay in balance on the offense. >> we've got to be more balanced as a group. do with the defense tells you to do. it is a commitment, at the same
eight out of the last ninee back to the studio. >> thank you, troy. hold on a second. 415 area code, molly? okay, let's talk about college football. colorado state, i don't know how else to put this. they took their money and stole their girlfriend. and shutting out the bulldogs, 37-0, glorious. they go for the fifth victory. and marvin over the left side. raking the tackle, breaking the play with little resistance. than in the second, stevens will get out quickly. a nice feel, but fresno state tackling is not good. missing 16-0, for the half, not
matthews, 36 inches for the score, carnage continues in the second half and as expected, this was the lap in fourth college, first shutout since 1997, they dismantle the bulldogs in every phase. >> i could not say enough about how they played, defensive shutout, and we played shutout for all shut out. >> it is proof that our team is really coming along and giving us what we have been looking for all year and i think that we just need to capitalize and continue building it. >> falcons at west point, up 3- 0 in the second, 17-yard touchdown run. than in the third, third, they
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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.
we are doing a thing called orange first. and shooting the breeze. only until tonight. >> they are going into the blackhole. >> obviously the fans are not going swwrd and stab a player. i don't know how they get battle axes and trident into the stadium but somehow they get them in. and everybody i talked to, they like to play oakland because it is a great atmosphere. >> it is loud. the teams have not been very good. borderline competitive.
silver and black everywhere. in the parking lot is an absolute - - absolute cardinal of weirdness. and i i have not been there since they were good. they were still not being the broncos last time. you saw that place at the height of lunacy. what should we expect on sunday night? >> they've expanded it. the field is not very good. and it is they have a baseball field and you cannot get it into football shape. they will add the turf and he tried to kick off the surface. and i i said you don't do that. you have to be careful about going there. those people, everybody is fearful of them.
to hang around. and they will give you beer. and they have 50,000 strong. and i think it is going to be, the players do love playing there, when you get down there, like the old south, the end zone, the old mile high stadium, it is very difficult, particularly for a young quarterback that has never started there. he does have a low threshold. >> a slow heartbeat. >> he is going to need it sunday night. >> let's go to the open. you have got to run the football. that is the main one. and i'm not going to pick one
you have to establish one thing. thirtieth in the nfl against the run and if you can run it down their throats this week, you can win the game. >> the other great point, when you run on the road, it takes the crowd out of it and they get frustrated and the defense cannot get around the field. clearly they need to run the ball, they need to take chances, they have got to create at least one turnover their side of the field. and they are the leaders in the house right now. for me, run the football, stop the run. you've got to tame crabtree and cooper.
that is going to turn the crowd over. and if you put them in good field position, they can get a a good game out of raleigh again, that is a game saver. but dixon has got to do it. and it is a heavy ball. people accuse davis f making it a heavier ball but they take it right to the depths of sealevel. it is is a heavy ball. even if they check it. so, don't have turnovers of your own. they do and that is critical. the last time they were able to win there, it was because they had those pick six is there. and the third thing is, involve the tight end and the running backs. you are going to have to focus
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