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denver7 news starts right now. donald trump rallying supporters late last night in denver. will have a recap and the frightening incident at a nevada al -- rally as he's rushed upstaged by secret service. bernie sanders rallies hillary clinton and morgan carroll and what he has to say two days before the election. this entire building is about to move in one piece out of capitol hill and heading to a new home in the golden triangle. we are tracking the move live this morning. police in pueblo investigating a homicide. command shot overnight on eattng of baystate avenue and found dead in a car outside a home at 1:00 this morning.
police investigating and asking anyone with information to call them. u.s. back kurdish forces have announced the start of a campaign to retake the islamic state's capital of rock up. the announcement was made a few hours ago it comes more the two weeks after iraqi forces began the campaign to clear isis militants from their stronghold in mosul. another great day at home. live look outside over the mountains. the broncos game date not at home in gearing up or the raiders in the bay a preview of the big game later in the show. first let's check in with katie lasalle tricking the first alert forecast. >> a great day across the state and remnants of the storm system that passed through yesterday. bringing cloud coverage across the mountains and the plains. picking up a few showers in the view from rocky mountain national park and a wonderful start to the day. blue skies and cloudy
in the skies by tonight across downtown denver 50 degrees now. mild start to the day. winds at the airport west, southwest eight miles an hour and temperatures in the low 50s. the forecast for today, areas of patchy morning fog for the mountains and the plains. cloudy conditions there and few chances for a couple of mountain showers this afternoon and temperatures in the front range well above normal. what you can expect later on thisft clouds the temperatures 10 degrees warmer than where we should be. sunset tonight a 4:50 some darker sooner. to the race for the white house and new abc news washington post tracking poll shows hillary clinton climbing to a five-point lead over trump. she has 48% to trump's 43% and gary johnson has 4% and jill stein has 2%. donald trump
in denver. he arrived on stage at the national western complex an hour late last night. he spoke at 10:30 and spoke of being confident in colorado voters and said he's sure he white house. state and win the - he wants people to get their balance in but questions our state mail-in ballot system and urged peop man but physically walk them in to a local polling center. >> i was on the other side. i love this country. i saw what was happening. i was a total insider. boy, did i become an outsider quickly.>> this was trump's 12 stop in colorado since july. before in denver trump is pulled upstaged by secret service during a speech in reno, nevada. someone reportedly yelled the world gun and he was unharmed. people in the crowd started
but no weapon found. minutes later he returned to the stage to finish his speech. >> no one said it was going to be easy for us. but we will never be stopped. >> trump think the secret service and other law enforcement for protecting him and no charges filed against the man. before he spoke to a packed arena last night rudy giuliani campaign for him in denver. he compared trump to ronald reagan and says the cabinet of the highest level of people. the democrats ending in top guns this weekend before election day. last night bernie sanders campaigning in highlands ranch. he stumps for hillary clinton and morgan carroll in the republican stronghold and hitting hard on equal pay for women, free college tuition and a tax code that targets the wealthy.>> and this is for trump. we've got some bad news for you. not only are you going to lose
and your brutes are going to start paying your fair share of taxes. >> the rally drew a crowd of a few hundred people filling three fourths of the gymnasium at thunderridge high school. other big names in denver showing support for hillary clinton. america ferrera, lena dunham and amy schumer campaigning for clinton at a women get out the vote event. we told you of trump's campaign office in denver and 33-year-old michael ferrara has been arrested. he's accused of criminal mischief. police say he'' the man he threw a rock through the window a few nights ago and 20 volunteers were inside but no one was injured. earlier in the day words were spray-painted on the wall at the office but no one arrested in connection to that case. one of trump's most public supporters, governor chris christie in the headlines.
the guilty verdict came after the 2013 lane closures at the george washington bridge that connects new jersey and new york. friday he canceled the campaign trip for trump this weekend and said he had no knowledge of lane realignments and didn't authorize them. >> my client is iinocent walking in there. i thought we displayed a case that showed innocent and surprised and disappointed at the verdict returned. >> closures were an act of political retribution against the new jersey mayor who didn't endorse christie during his reelection campaign. something cool happening in denver this morning. the entire kirkland museum being moved in one big piece. >> we are tracking the move this morning and where is it moving to?>> reporter: it's moving to the golden triangle neighborhood. we are righttnow in capitol hill on 13th avenue and plenty of people watching this activity as the building
a 150 ton building moving from capitol hill to golden triangle. plenty of people here expected to watch the building move at 11:00 a.m. it took a while to move it on pearl avenue yesterday. it is going to be slow and we're expecting it will move between one and 5 miles per hour during its eight block move and they think it could after the move is completed, the museum is expected to open at its new location in fall 2017. a lot of people here telling me they are excited and they have waited two years to watch the movement happpn. they are really excited to see it happen. live along 13th and pearl
a possible serial arsonist on the run this morning after investigators say the person likely started four fires in the past week. are you cannot catch the person responsible. outrage of a video of an outrage of a video of an unarme my name is charity salazar, and i'm an air force veteran. every election, nancy pelosi and her washington friends launch vicious attacks against mike coffman. this year is no different. they say he's waging a war against women. that's just not true. mike stood up for women in the military, protecting us against sexual assault. he believes in equal pay and making sure pregnant women aren't discriminated against at work. time and again mike has stood up for women. i know, because he stood up for me. i'm mike coffman,
putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing.
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 by donald trump. i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's getting dressed. donald trump walked into the dressing room 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. alright, good.
this looks more like november in
colorado. look from the eisenhower tunnel and the snow on the side of i- 70. looks like the sun trying to peek out and moisture up there and happy day for i resorts. most of them waiting to open up for the season. in the metro with the lack of moisture starting the fall season the front range dealing with dry conditions and still on fire alert. crews put out a brush fire
good news for people in custer county that the junkins fire's 100% contained. it scorched more than 18,000 acres and a downed power line blamed for sparking the fire. nine homes and 17 buildings were destroyed.. police on the hunt for a possible serial arsonist after four fires sparked over three- week span. october 10 the was a fire at the best interstate inn on kipling. on the 21st another fired kipling village. then a week later a fire at the american motel in west i-70 frontage road. monday another fire at the best interstate inn on kipling. if you know anything call police. chilling new details emerging after a woman was found chained up in a south carolina home. what the kidnapper confessed to doing that has people in shock. we learn more about what may have caused a deadly bus crash in baltimore last week.
speaking out. it could provide some clues. today is partly sunny with highs in the scott tipton -- our congressman? or is he a real-estate agent for big-money campaign contributors? 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
just into denver7, the gas pipeline that exploded last week in alabama's back in service. it transports gasoline from the golf course -- gulf coast to new york city. some excavation equipment hits the pipeline causing it to exploded one person died and another was injured. new details about the south carolina property where a missing woman was found.
kohlhepp's farm thursday. yesterday kohlhepp confessed to killing at least seven others. this is a nightmare. the body found on his property identified as kala brown's boyfriend. neighbor speaking out saying will have made some major changes to the property in the past few weeks including building a fence and bringing in concrete a large rocks. >> i feel so guilty. no one knew she was over there. i just feel, why didn't i hear something? i felt like something was wrong but i wasn't sure. >> it has to be so tough for everyone. kohlhepp was arrested thursday and is charged with kidnapping and murder and being held without bond. outrage in minnesota over a police takedown involving officers, a police dog and an
kicked repeatedly and bitten by the dog and turns out they had the wrong man. you see frank baker being taken down by a police dog. the dog attacks and then the officer kicks and breaks his ribs. he was in the hospital for 2 weeks due to thinjuries. >> i'm disappointed and upset by what the video shows profoundly saddened. >> an investigation found the officer was too quick to release the k9 aren has been suspended for 30 days and the other officers are being investigated. 9:16 a new details after the bus crash in baltimore last week. six peopleekilled and we learn the driver of the school bus was taking medication for seizures when he had an accident two years ago. his wife said in 2014 her husband lost consciousness at the wheel and crashed into trees but walked away okay. unfortunately not the case last
bus he was driving crashed into a commuter bus and investigators say there was no mechanical error but the bus was traveling faster than the speed limit. look at this video. a group of thieves in florida you sledgehammers to break the glass jewelry cases. the surveillance video shows five men and one of them armed with a rifle barging into the store, smashing display cases and taking off with jewelry. they are searching for the suspect. attacking his tenants for a late rent payment. the landlord who you see in the video barged into a woman's home demanding oxycodone pills. he knew one tenant had prescriptions for it and tied them up and threatened to shoot them if they escaped. he told deputies he was angry about the late rent and the only way he could be repaid was with the pills.
fall season but looo at this pretty site for skiers and snowboarders. these photos were taken at spring creek pass and it's about time. much of the mountain areas received snow yesterday. this was the scene one year ago yesterday. november 5 last year was the first measurable snowfall the denver area on hard to believe that when were seeing 60s in the metro and maybe a 70 on the seven-day forecast. you never know in the state. it's nice even though we need is must moisture as we can get. >> it's beautiful weather but we could use some moisture. rain more snow we will take but this week unseasonably mild and very dry. light winds and should see not a huge increase in fire danger but very dry conditions as a ridge of high pressure enters the state. today we see the remnants oo the storm system the pastoral
today we are left with a few rain showers across the plains. loveland ski area got snow. we see some snow on the peaks and across pueblo very dry and mostly clear skies. a nice start for sunday. downtown denver and the airport temperature 52 degrees and winds calm from west, southwest at 8 miles per hour. this afternoon by noon mid to upper 60s. 3:00 a mix of sun and clouds and sunset tonight around 4:50 so dark earlier aad by 9:00 relatively cool in the low 50s. highs across the front range in the upper 60s. denver high near 68 and same in aurrra. parker 66. in the mountains the 50s. here are the highs across the state today. western slope low 60s. 50s for the most part valley levels and mountains. north eastern plains mid to
collins in play blow. futurecast shows the rest of the day and mostly clear skies across the metro. potential for picking up a few more rain and snow showers at higher elevations. not much measurable precipitation today. storm system quickly exits the state tonight and stays cloudy across the plains during the day and by monday very clear with mostly sunny skies and dry through much of next week. tonight down to 39 so a cool evening. tomorrow we start off chilly but 63 daytimehi couple degrees cooler than today. by tuesday, wednesday, and thursday not much to talk about and no real hazardous weather for the next seven days. overnight lows cooler through midweek in the mid to upper 30s. 70 on wednesday with sunny skies and breezier on thursday. we're tracking a weak system entering monday that could
mountains but very dry.>> i know the snow is coming but the resorts really need it. >> fingers crossed. game day not here and would have been good for the broncos. they take on the raiders tonight in oakland and insider troy renck looks ahead to the big matchup and we will check in with him. >> and good weather 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. coffman said he would support donald trump for president. and that's all we really need to know.
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depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me." vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of them." vo: just one. good morning everybody and for the first time in two decades the broncos raiders rivalry feels like the good old days. today's game is important to both teams at the same time. troy renck is n san francisco with a preview. >> it's windy and a big bridge
the battle of the bay, the broncos face the oakland raiders and the defense has an issue. cindy crawford has a mole and the broncos need to get better at stopping the run. there allowing 117 yards per game and need to make the raiders one-dimensional sunday night. >> i've never played a night game in oakland so it will be crazy and electric and i think we won't have any issue getting up for the game. the pass rush has to be good and russian cover has stop >> the broncos no-fly zone is compromised. aqib talib is out and webster ruled out saturday and puts the onus on bradley roby to have another big game. he will study the film but looks at just numbers and doesn't worry about statistics or name on the back of the jersey. >> i don't get too pressured wwen i watch film. i don't refer to guys by their names i prefer the numbers.
what the media says about people. it's what i see on film. >> i wouldn't put them in the elite category. we have guys that have an elite receiver and one good receiver. i feel they have to good receivers and not two elite receivers. we of two of the corners and we have three of the corners so that's their job. >> the broncos pulling off an upset need to roll up their sleeves and dig in their heels. they better and booker had a shot in his left shoulder and said he's feeling better. workload so they can stay balance on offense. >> we had fiftysomething plays last week and have to find a way to be more balanced as a group. you have to do with the defense is telling you to do too. it's a commitment and one you have to hang onto but at the same time you have to stay aggressive in this league and make some plays. >> the broncos are an underdog but won eight of their last
jeff first call us to alcatraz.>> thank you, troy. csu rams coming off the bye week taking on fresno state 3-0 marvin left side breaks a tackle and takes it and. 10-0 csu. second-quarter nick stevens gets it up quickly to gallup a nice blocking downfield. fresno state tackling much to be desired and 16-0. before the half nothing fancy about this but effective. matthews at the half and carnage continued in the second and as expected a laugher and ft. collins, first shutout since 1997. the rams dismantled the bulldogs in every phase 37-0. and that is your morning sports report so make it a great day, i know you will. i know it was a tough loss for the cleveland indians but a lot of t-shirts say they are champs. major league baseball changing
so as soon as the game ends they hand out the shirts and hats to the winning team but of course nly one team wins and it creates extra merchandise. usually it's donated but this year the mlb is destroying all indians championship merchandise . why the? they say they don't want inaccurate or misleading merchandise available are showing up online. seems like a big waste. >> it would be nice if as you know we're inching closer and closer to election day and countdown at two days. day and countdown at two days. >> woman: after all donald trump has said and done... she ate like a pig... you can do anything. i moved on her like a b***h! woman: trump's just so disgusting and degrading. he's bragged about assaulting women, and he's the republican nominee for president!
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my name is charity salazar, and i'm an air force veteran. every election, nancy pelosi and her washington friends launch vicious attacks against mike coffman. this year is no different. they say he's waging a war against women. that's just not true. mike stood up for women in the military, protecting us against sexual assault. he believes in equal pay and making sure pregnant women aren't discriminated against at work. time and again mike has stood up for women. i know, because he stood up for me. i'm mike coffman, and i approve this message.
details this morning on the deadly crash we told yyu about yesterday. this morning we learned a 50- year-old woman was killed while walking across the street in boulder's friday night and walking in the crosswalk with her husband when she was struck. the 46-year-old man who was driving state at the scene and still no word if he will face charges. a deadly crash to tell you abt in colorado springs. a motorcyclist has died after being hit by a car in the middle of the city. police say the biker may the car making a left turn. investigators say speed was a factor but no one has been arrested. 9:31st alert that is storm system affecting us yesterday inching out of colorado and still seeing cloudy conditions and the high country and scattered showers throughout the plains. denver metro area and clear skies and same at rocky mountain national park. near stirling a few showers and mostly cloudy conditions.
chances for mountain showers this afternoon and temperatures ?n the front range above normal. right now if you're heading out 55 in city park, 45 conifer and mostly 30s and 40s in the mountains and bennett 51. throughout much of the afternoon a mix of sun and clouds and mostly sunny afternoon high 68 in denver. normally we should be at 57 and overnight lows in the 20s but next couple of days we stay in the upper 30s to lower 40s for overnight lows and daytime highs and pretty nice in the upper 60s. last night hundreds gathered to illuminate the sky and all the fallen des moines police officers ambushed and killed last week. both were sitting in patrol cars in the middle of the night when they ere attacked. the community came together to remember the lives in support
all the speeches, debates and political ads will be over in a matter of days. we are excited. in the pasture politifact.com is trying to cut through all of them conducting hundreds of fact checks between donald trump and hillary clinton. >> as you go to the polls marshall zelinger shows how each candidate fared when put through the truth meter.>> reporter: will start with hillary clinton in her campaign until now provided 190 topic, her email scandal. politifact examination of clinton's claims on the campaign trail and debates found more than half received politifact's highest rating of true or mostly true.. i found 10% of her statements to be false and nearly 3% received the worst rating of all pants on fire. >> director comey said my answers were truthful and what i said is consistent with what i told the american people. >> reporter: clinton dodged questions this cycle about her
receive thousands of emails during her time as secretary of state. the fbi was less than flattering in the investigatioo findings but clinton told fox news the fbi director back to her claims of no wrongdoing. >> she put words in the mouth of the fbi director saying he called her statements truthful and he never said that. we need to be clear about that. >> reporter: lenten said she didn't have classified information in her emails misrepresenting the fbi's findings got clinton politifact's worst rating of pants on fire. donald trump made enough claims in the last year to provide 300 fact checks and that's more than than clinton. politifact examination of trump's claims on the trail and the debates found 15% received the highest rating of true or mostly true. they found 34% of his statements to be false and 17% received politifact's worst rating of pants on fire. >> nearly 180,000 illegal immigrants with criminal records
to threaten peaceful citizens. >> reporter: promising to make america safe again through integration before trump made that claim about illegal immigrants during his acceptance speech at the rnc in july. politifact went digging and found nearly 1,000,000 immigrants n the u.s. were ordered removed but were still in the country as of july and 20% of them had at least one criminal conviction. >> there's a lot of truth the statement but just a little bit more information you need to know. >> reporter: some immigrants are not allowed to return to their home country and some are being monitored here by law enforcement politifact rates trump's claim is mostly true. for more insight into these fact checks and a look at the 500 claims between the two candidates you can find them on
politifact.com. and joined andrew and the sky at 4:00 for politics unplugged and a lot to talk about two days before the election. the national rifle supporters and gun control advocates should vote different days. they posted a photo and instagram showing two election dates. they show one that says remember your supporters november 8 and activists november 9. election day for all registered voters is november 8. the election taking center stage but several ballot issues coloradans voting on and one is minimum wage. yesterday a last-minute push to get voters to say yes on ammndment 70 and those in favor of the wage hike say the cost of living is going up and people more -- need more money to make ends meet. goes against say it's bad for small business. >> it's one of the few in the entire country that doesn't treat small business different than big corporations and doesn't treat small rural areas different a big ealthy urban areas. >> those re myths and we've
saying the stuff you are afraid of actually doesn't happen. >> minimum wage in colorado is a dollars 31 and if the bill % passes in increases by $1 and keeps raising each year until we get to $12 an hour in 2020. other ballot issues include colorado care, assisted suicide and a tobacco tax increase. to learn more about those measures go to our free denver7 at.'s we are tracking something cool this morning. being moved in one piece at one time. >> amanda del castillo has been tracking this all morning and it will be moved until later this morning but crowds are gathering. >> reporter: they are. so many people along 13th avenue and all preparing to watch the kirkland museum move. that starts at 11:00 this morning. let's look at the scene out here. they are moving in at 11:00 this morning.
but it took a little bit to get the entire building onto pearl avenue. that's what you're looking at now. it's a 150 ton building moving from capitol hill to the golden triangle neighborhood of plenty of people along 13th. the move expected at 11:00 and it's going to move slow and steady. the building will move between one and five miles an hour expected to take 7 to 8 hours to move it completely to the golden triangle neighborhood. a lot of people are excited because the final location it is expected to open in fall of 2017. the people are waiting for the big building to move even just an inch. a lot of people with their phones ready to record history
pearl, denver7. if you take the light rail today are to be doing wire repairer on the broadway station to. the deadline for rtd to fix crossing arms has been extended by 90 days. if things are not fixed by then the a and b lines could potentially be shut down. a ceremony yesterday in fort forgotten soldiers of the civil war are no longer forgotten. a new monument opened at grandview cemetery and on it are 17 names of soldiers who served in the original camp collins. from 1863 until 1866 they serve the daughters of the american revolution spent years tracking down the unknown soldiers from northern colorado to be honored for their service. >> it's sad to think we would have people who gave their lives during the civil war and during
the denver7 an app. this looks like an old style cell phone or pager but it's revolutionary technology. for the first time jason says he doesn't have to think about his type i diabetes while at work because of a box. it's an artificial pancreas. is one of 123 people around the world chosen to participate in a trial and he welcomed the opportunity to live without the3 constant demand of his diseas which include monitoring blood sugar, planning what to eat and how much insulin to take. he says the artificial pancreas makes those decisions for him. >> so it is seeing what my blood sugar is all the time from the sensor that i am wearing that i have read here. the sensor is telling it what my blood sugar is and then based on an algorithm running in the background it decides whether or not to give you insulin. or to stop giving you insulin
>> fascinating. the fda recently approved this and it will be available this spring and will require a prescription. we know how expensive brand- name drugs can be but generic versions may cost more than they should. the justice department investigating the possibility of drug companies hiking the prices. the report is an saying which drugs they are investigating but no two look at made by a dozen companies. picture this, driving on the road and have the road talk to your car. seems crazy but could be a reality with new technology coming to the metro area. cdot teaming up with panasonic to install sensors on i-70 to communicate with your car via the radio. they will share data with each other and the transportation system to help ease congestion. the system rolls out over the next four years and costs $8 million. they expect 1.2 million people will use it right 2025 so maybe
so you can take an alternate route. >> or maybe a slick spot in the road here. interesting. i would like to see where that will take it. weather-wise though we are looking at much in the way of inclement weather. >> looking at the radar a little rain near stirling. >> near the plains we will see the storm system slowly spinning out of colorado but bringing rain across the plains this morning and mostly cloudy conditions. high country as well seen partly cloudy skies. cloudier at higher elevations and clear in the front range. here's the view from rocky mountain national park and a little snow up there. great day to be in the mountains and pueblo as well. mostly clear skies and jules
more cloud coverage and gradually clearing skies through the evening hours it should stay under mostly cloudy sky throughout the day in the eastern plains. downtown denver 56 degrees and pleasant start to sunday morning. 52 at the airport and winds, west, southwest and 8 miles per hour. this afternoon temperatures climbed mid-to upper 60s under mostly sunny skies and sunset tonight at 4:50 so dark earlier and cool by 9:00 at 50 degrees. here are the highs today. boulder at 69 and same and highlands ranch. parker 66. denver metro upper 60s and low 70s and spots like ft. collins. pueblo 70 degrees and upper 60s throughout the plains and 50s in the mountains at the valley levels and cooler at higher elevations. futurecast shows chance for spotty showers at higher elevations like aspen and heading into the foothills but not much in the way of measurable precipitation. the storm system spins out of the area and cloudy through the
gradually clearing skies monday and a lot of sunshine and very dry conditions the next seven days. tonight 39 overnight low in denver. normally we should be at 29 degrees so 10 degrees above normal. cooler for the daytime high tomorrow and partly sunny skies, 63. by the middle of the week temperature ramp up to upper 60s and lower 70s wednesday. mid--ixties thursday and overnight lows mild in the mid to upper 30s looking at moisture and no snow in the seven-day forecast as of now and temperatures above normal. >> usually the golf clubs for me are n the closet. >> not yet. >> i'm still playing in the grass is still green. >> with water it could be a little greener. >> we would rather see snow at this point.
brush with death can change your perspective on life and this week's 7 everday hero turned a health scare into an act of giving. >> would you like some lemonade or coffee? >> reporter: at denver health medical center the volunteers are often the first line of support.>> i visit three floors in this pavilion. greets patients and staff was free coffee and lemonade. it's a volunteer duty that he says helps everyone feel relaxed. >> the number come to the hospital aren't feeling well and are not themselves. >> reporter: he would know and his first visit here was as a patient. >> i suffered a stroke. i was not able to speak. but i was able to know that they had me on a crash cart within one minute.
years. >> is someone you want to see a to come in the hospital. >> reporter: with all the 3 beverages your the most popular guy here. >> with or without. >> reporter: his sense of humor and compassion makes them ideal for the job. >> how are you what i'm good thank you. >> reporter: you flirt with all the girls i see. >> quite well thank you. >> reporter: bill cudmore was giving back and says volunteering is a way -- is a great way to stay involved with the community and have fun. >> hi amy. it was good and i'll come over and visit with you. i should be able to flirt and do this cart at the same time. >> reporter: we have a surprise for you. check this out denver7 and trusted choice the independent insurance agents of colorado would like to honor you as the seven everyday hero for all the time you get here. >> thank you sir.>> well- deserved. coming up are you looking to
welcome back and 9:51 and tonyywith the foothills animal shelter is here with mona and we are talking about that she's a chihuahua mix but her colors are so unique. >> she looks like a husky. she's a real sweetheart. when she came to the shelter a couple of weeks ago and she's up for adoption and really she is five years old. come out -?today and see her and the oth animals. today i'm here to talk about the month of november which is adopted senior pet month. >> that so important. >> it really is a we consider senior pets seven years and above. we have a great deal at the shelter. anyydog that is seven years old or older you can adopt him or her for only $25. and for
it's only $5 so you can't beat that. >> and mona is only five. >> she's five and doesn't fit in that category but we want to talk about this month and it's adopted senior pet month. one thing we talk about with senior pets is that what you see is what you get. the pets is usually full grown and you can tell their personality. they won't change. even though they are older pets they have so much love to give. if you are interested in adopting, do that this month. >> they are so used to their original home and then they are stuck in a cage wondering what the heck is going on so it's important to get them all home. and mona also !
donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can
tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!? my name is charity salazar, and i'm an air force veteran. ery 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.
tion." "you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes. blood coming 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. here's a look at top stories this morning before we go. donald trump up late last night rallying last-minute voters in denver and urged voters to hand- deliver ballots rather than mailing them in. it was his 12 stop in colorado since july.
and morgan carroll and spoken highlands ranch yesterday. he hit hard a equal pay for women, free college tuition and the tax code targeting the wealthy. i'm amanda del castillo and mlive on 13th and pearl avenue where people are getting ready to watch the kirkland museum moved. i will step out of the way so you can take a look. it's a 150 ton building moving from capitol hill to the golden triangle. there are plenty of closures this weekend specifically. you see a lot of people waiting it was expected to move in 8:00 this morning but because it was so big they had trouble getting it onto pearl so pushed back until 11:00 today. it will move slow and steady. it will move between one and five miles per hour during its journey to the golden triangle neighborhood this morning. reporting live along 13th and pearl avenue, denver7. >> all week long we've been
the 108 year run without a championship but this guy was so confident they would when he got this tattoo six months ago. >> the tattoo is of the cubs red marquee sign seen at the stadium but he made the tattoo artist right world series with the year 2016 and said he was nervous doing it but kept his fingers crossed and it worked out for him.
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[music] >> joel osteen: god bless you. it's a joy to come into your homes and if you're ever in our area, please stop by and be a part of one of our services. i promise you we'll make you feel right at home. i like to start with something funny, and i heard about this elderly lady that was close to death and she had never been married, and she called her pastor over to talk about her funeral. she said that she only wanted female pallbearers. pastor looked at her kind of strange and asked, "why?" she said, "the men wouldn't take me out when i was alive and they're not going to take