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denver7 news starts right now. >> you can't review 650,000 emails in eight days, hillary clinton is guilty she knows it, the fbi knows it. >> the fbi says there's no reason to prosecute hillary clinton, are going to the polls tomorrow, we will tell you everything you need to know before you cast your ballot, first overnight wikileaks and twitter both hacked, itter not confirming the hack but the expert went down for a few minutes before midnight. >> wikileaks is under a denial of service attack they are being targeted over the release of the dnc emails, we will let you know as we learn more. let's look outside a
in denver so we are closing in on a record. >> the latest first snow december 21 it is too early to tell if we will break the record but we are getting closer. >> let's send it to lisa with the first alert forecast. >> next week is also dry with no snow on the seven-day forecast including the mountains unfortunately the storm we had move across southern colorado is moving feast of the state we are in for warm dry weat clouds from our camera in sterling obviously the sunrise one hour earlier with the time change jason has more on the drive coming up. you might want a sweatshirt or light jacket at the bus stop mid to upper 40s and today we are at 63 that is above normal, but still the coolest day on our seven-day forecast, we will warm up more this week, low to
down to this multi car accident on i-25 and 84 you can see four vehicles this driver trying to get around the accident and it looks like this pickup trk blew some fluid or hit somebody else just be on the camera view a multi car accident in the left lane on the souuhbound side of i-25 at 84th avenue traffic barely getting around right now. you can see the heavy stop and go traffic developing on the north side, and accident at santa fe also a big bag reported on the highway at southbound 25 near park meadows. first alert weather. >> a bad way to start the morning commute, a car in the charles river, crews have just pulled it out some video of that from cambridge near boston. nobody was in the car when it
car and another vehicle were involved in a crash. one of the drivers got out and forgot to put the car in park. so it rolled into the river you can see the crews pulling it out, one person was hurt. one person is dead after a car hit a person on pena boulevard. the driver did stay on the scene, no word if speed drugs or alcohol were a factor. to make people taken to dispute, a car was set on fire, now they are searching for this man. the husband of one of the victims, he is not being called a suspect just a person of interest. a warrant out for this man's arrest. accused of killing a man in pueblo yesterday morning. the victim was found shot to death inside of a car, if you see him call 911. the latest on the campaign
betweee clinton and trump both at 40%. we asked a political expert his take on the race. >> both campaigns have colorado competitive the trump campaign has not given up, if they had they would not be spending time here the way they are. >> donald trump slamming the fbi saying there is no way they went through all of the emails they found a couple of weeks ag james comey said there was no reason to prosecute clinton, trump is not dying that. >> right now she is being protected by a totally rigged system, i have been talking about the system, i understand the rigged system. >> he campaigned in five states yesterday and will campaign in five states today.
has four stops planned today in colorado she's getting a boost from a former president. -- vice president. amanda del castillo joining us live. >> reporter: the doors open around 6::0 this evening with al gore expected at 7:00, this stop following another one he is making in boulder this afternoon, al gore expected to discuss climate change and hillary clinton, the campaign says our several climate related disasters. the clinton campaign added the $13 billion outdoor recreation economy may be damaged if the environment is not protected, donald trump announced he would cut federal spending on the issue saving $100 billion over two terms in office.
and studies show more people have voted in colorado this year than they did this time in 2012 so al gore will be pushing coloradans to continue that trend. amanda del castillo, denver7 about 1.5 million voters have turned in their ballots. more than half -- 500,000 democrats and republicans have voted. jason gruenauer is live outside of the denver election division this morning. it is too late to mail in your ballot so if you want to vote today or tomorrow you are down to three options, 24-hour ballot boxes, drive-through ballot box or an in person pulling center or voter service location. find the closest one to you, many county election divisions
looks like click on it there is the intersection. this one 14th has all three. the ballot boxes are open 24 hours through 7:00 pm on election night drive-through is availabll through the day outside of those locations, the photo service centers open during the day allowing you to register and vote in person if you choose to do so, this is the first year for the all-male ballot everyone got unsure what turnout will be like tomorrow, so far in denver 45% of people have turned in their ballot leaving 55%. will there be long lines or ballot boxes? people were standing down the block it is unclear because this is the first time in a presidential year with all the ballot initiatives if there will be all of those ballots
today. you want to track your ballot make sure it makes it in and it counts. coming up around 6:45. jason gruenauer, denver7. it is 6:08 we are in for a nice day, in the low 60s under some sunshine, 56 evergreen, close to 60 in aurora, here's your first alert. we will show you how warm it is going to get. and looks like jason gruenauer is doing a little november. >> maybe next year, we have this big multi car accident southbound i-25 you can see police with this vehicle in the ramp lane we are solid back to 104 i will show you some of the ways to get around in a
week before ski resorts open but resort owners are not worried. a lot of people focused on the presidential race i'm michael bennet, and i approve this message. narrator: what do you really know about darryl glenn, the fringe republican candidate for senate? darryl glenn doesn't believe in climate change. he's for eliminating the department of education.
and glenn wants to outlaw abortion even in cases of rape and incest. reporter: glenn says if he's fortunate enough
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five vehicles at least an incident. this is the ramp coming from the park and ride off of i-25 around 88th avenue, with this lane blocked we have a huge backup on the map going back well before 104 avenue some of the usual specs are -- over here on highway 36 back to i-25 anything getting down to 84th avenue joint southbound i-25
time. a new trial begins for this accused rapist clarence moses. in 1987 he was convicted of a brutal rape spending 28 years in prison, he says he is innocent. last december he was released from jail. a new jury trial begins today for him more than 2000 people % have asked the da to drop the case in a petition. this man, rocky allen earlier this year he pleaded guilty to stealing painkillers, his actions may have exposed thousands of people to hiv he could spend 14 years behind bars. new images of the destruction from a magnitude 5.0 earthquake in oklahoma. the center of the quake hit 50 miles northeast of oklahoma city. schools in central oklahoma are
or damaged but there are reports of a few minor injuries. braking overnight, janet reno the first female attorney general has died she was 78 years old. her goddaughter says she passed away after a battle with parkinson's disease. reno served nearly 8 years as attorney general under bill clinton. no statement from the clintons on her passing. also just in the transit strike in philadelphia has ended there were concerns this would disrupt public trans people with no ways to get to the polls tomorrow but overnight union officials announced an agreement has been made and it will get service restored by tomorrow morning. the fight against isis continues, syrian forces are attacking the group's so-called capital city. and offensive being launched on raqqa. the second offensive in a couple of weeks. leaders will not confirm
on a record being rewed for two more seasons, when they are finished there will have been more than 669 episodes which would break the record for most episodes of a scripted tv show, the old record held by gunsmoke. the ski season around the corner but so far no help from mother nature. >> the resorts are making snow as fast as they can they cannot make it very often. yesterday at winter park they never turned on the snow guns. >> november is never a barometer of the ski season, winter will come and ski season will get here. >> winter park keystone are planning to open next week but that may change based on the weather.>> what is the temperature they need? >> overnight they like to get
get it to build up, right now you will find some lingering cloud cover looking to the east with our sunrise one hour earlier it will be a bright drive at a different time, dry conditions today here is the cheat sheet we aae in for another warm and dry weeks, mostly sunny today with low 60s this afternoon, sunrise at 6:35 and sunset at 4:49. dust storm we had moving across colorado now lifting north and east we do have lingering cloud cover this morning clearing up and we are in for a pleasant afternoon, 56 by 10:00 keep in mind that is the normal high today, we will hit it at 10:00 and then low 60s between noon and 2:00. and clear skies tonight, mid to upper 30s tomorrow morning with clearing skies.
70 near pueblo and lamarr with 40s and mainly upper 50s through the central mountains. so it will be warm when the skies clear more sunshine this afternoon tomorrow mid 60s, looking ahead the next 5 to 7 days, no rain or snow on the seven-day forecast. a big ridge of high pressure landing over the state so 72 wednesday with upper 60s through the end of the week into the weekend. second week of november we are topping the list as the warmest november on record. this coming off the fourth warmest october on record and you will find upper 60s, low 70s saturday and sunday. we have a good horrible drive.
i-25. good on the northbound side, southbound not so good express lane and left lane blocked by this accident southbound i-25. occasionally hopefully they will move a couple of the cars, this is typically what happens as they move the vehicles like this, they will take thh patrol car and block off traffic so they can start moving some of the damaged vehicles that one could move off that is really good. you see these other threes -- three in here on the southbound side. just look at the map, a lot of folks are bailing off 104 using side streets to get to 84th avenue, if you can get to highway 36 and then south you will be saving yourself time because it looks nice in and out of boulder this morning, nice driving conditions anywhere else around town, the other big issue westbound 76
being rerouted on highway 6. and australia woman busted in an airport with a baby koala in her luggage this happened in brisbane, australia. official information was released overnight. she was stopped on an outstanding warrant they then asked if she has anything to declare so she handed over the bag with the koala inside. police are investigating. he will be adopted to australia. have named he is adorable. >> i would rather have that koala on the plane then a snake. ?>> the kirkland museum has arrived at its new home the building used to be in capitol hill, early in the morning crews put the building on a flatbed and moved it to a spot near the denver art museum. their planning and expansion it will be reopened in the fall.
bennett has seen his lead shrinks dramatically he is now up by three points. a few weeks ago he held a double-digit lead, plenty of businesses are giving out freebies for election day. they will let you work out for free if you bring your i voted sticker. the rockies have a new manager, what you need to know about bud black. she thought her son had a cold. but this family never would have imagined their three-year- old would certainly lose his ability to move. a rare condition has health officials concerned.>> it is difficult to cancer -- council parents. >> i'm nicole brady tonight at 10:00 i will tell you how children's hospital colorado is at the forefront in a fight
apparently they are taking the same approach in
lyman look at the christmas lights. beautiful look, the sunrise one hour early as you send the kids out the door it will be chilly in the upper 40s, a sweatshirt or light jacket 63 degrees, today is the coolest day on the seven-day forecast and still above normal, low 60s evergreen at 56, allen's park 50 another warm one even warmer by wednesday, details coming up. a lot of lights on i-25 headlights going past this multi car accident we are waiting on tow trucks to clear some of the vehicles, two lanes blocked and two open the traffic jam going back to greeley at this point look at the map, rocksolid to 120th
bailing off. washington is pretty busy, federal is the best option to get down to highway 36 and then join southbound i-25 that is the smoothest alternate route for right now. bud black will become the new managee of the rockies he will be introduced this morning. black was a pitcher for nearly 60 -- 16 years. he was fired from the padres in 2015. see you ranked number 16 following their win over ucla. they are on the road against arizona this next weekend. denver7 first alert. >> crews are on the scene of a small fire in the north part of our vada the fire district tweeted out this photo of crews
out and they are doing overall. this is called the cody fire. you might see flags flying at half staff around colorado today. let's go back to the today. let's go back to the campaign trail after the break, 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. 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,
scott tipton -- our congressman? or is he a real-estate agent for big-money campaign contributors? tipton sponsored a bill to give away our public lands to his out-of-state donors. 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
to keep our communities safe, we need a district attorney like jake lilly -- tough, smart, and determined to keep us safe. as a former special assistant u.s. attorney and iraq war veteran, 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
denver7 news starts now. >> honored across the state, he died after a training injury at the end of october, his federal is scheduled for today. flags will be
at half staff across the state. hillary clinton will be under investigation for a long long time. for her many crimes against our nation our people. >> this election is a moment of
between division or unity. >> counting down the hours to election day the candidates are not pulling any punches both candidates are planning victory parties. coming up we will tell you which big-name is coming to colorado today. an update on the brush fire in the larimer county. the lone pine fire is 100% contained, it burned 49 acres in the area of livermore, no buildings were burned, cause is under investigation. we need some rain or snow. >> even if there is no red flag warning that does not mean the danger is not elevated. it is really dry out there, we will find skies are starting to clear up after the storm that grazed southern colorado is moving out, a beautiful look from our camera in akron a gorgeous sunrise temperatures
10:00 in the morning. that puts us in the low 60s this afternoon, with the time change we hit the high one hour earlier, overnight clear skies upper 30s we are in for a warm and dry week, not only eastern colorado but the mountains also. we need some snow, somm cold up there, this week we are talking sunshine and 70s in denver we will talk about that coming up. 84 multi cars some have cleared off there is a new one that pulled off to the left lane this is the expressly allow you to get by things faster. the southbound side all the lanes back to 120th uc rocksolid moving through here at least 45 minutes or more on the southbound side stick with the freeways. some of the side streets over
avenue to go south but they are better than the highway, federal is one of the better options to get to highway 36 and then southbound i-25 sailing acrrss downtown denver a little bit of congestion. the rest of the drive does not look back. westbound 76 near sterling closed down. that accident detoured around highway 76. brand-new details about the death of former avalanche player marek svatos dying of an accidental medicinal overdose saturday at the age of 34. he spent nine years with the avalanche. breaking news in the presidential race we have seen a lot of final polls coming in this morning or something from the orlando sentinel, record early voting turnout in florida or than 6.4 million floridians have cast
voters in the state a record for pre-election day voting in a battleground state that is too close to call. registered democrats so far lead republicans in the total ballots cast by 88,000 vvtes. donald trump's campaign manager says he has not been banned from tweeting. they said his aides took his twitter account away but kelly and conway just said that is a frantic finish to the finish. >> donald trump has five stops today, he is furious with the way the fbi handled the investigation into the clinton email server. he accused the nominee of handmade -- having a double standard when it comes to lewd language. >> jay-z and beyonci used the most filthy language you have ever heard. %
trump is lewd. give me a break. >> trump will not make another stop in colorado but he did make 12 stops during the campaign, clinton stopped here three times. >> clinton will get support in colorado, a former vice president coming to campaign, amanda del castillo in the lakewood. >> reporter: we are expecting former vice president al gore at the lakewood cultural center theater afternoon, doors open at 6:00, that visit follows another visit in boulder at 4:00. he is expected to discuss climate change and hillary clinton. gore is focusing on the urgent threat of climate change before laying out the high stakes of the election. state is already experiencing e several climate related disasters.
spending on the issue saving $100 billion over the next two terms in office. one days until election day numbers in colorado show more people were out to vote and did vote compared to this time in 2012. al gore is pushing coloradans to continue that trend. reporting live in lakewood, amanda del castillo denver7 broncos lineba marshall standing for the national anthem. previously taking a knee for season now he says he has made his point. >> my stance does not change i feel the same way but at the same time i feel like what i did was a symbol for what i feel for what the issue is so i never saw that as the end-all be-all. >> several other players
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camera looking toward downtown, a lot of sun you a look from our chopper, this same time friday it was a lot darker. >> hopefully your clocks were sent back one hour. some of you probably needed to fix the microwave. or in the car. >> the microwave has my husband off finally he fixed it.
morning officially three minutes ago, a very warm and dry week look at the sunset, 4:49 what a difference mostly sunny today before the sunset with highs in the low 60s, 59 degrees by noon, 63 by 3:00 and we drop into the 50s as things get darker between 5:00 and 6:00, across the metro area we centennial 60, englewood 61, here is your first alert 10 degrees warmer than this wednesday. another dry week coming up. a crash on the southbound side of i-25 a couple of cars remain, we had a tow truck show the cars. we do haveethis traffic jam that keeps growing you can see on the map it is going 45+
side streets getting folder to ?0th avenue, washington 30 full, federal the free-flowing of all the alternates but it will be better to use the side streets than trying to get on i- 25 s. coming up on our morning sprint, by this time tomorrow people will be voting on the east coast where the campaigns are making their final push. the broncos could not escape
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with the latest poll numbers from abc news, hillary clinton up by four points at 47%, donald trump at 43% nationwide. millions of people at the polls tomorrow, both campaigns pulling out all the stops. >> hillary clinton will be in pennsylvania michigan and north carolina then tim kaine, president obama and vice president joe biden on the
colorado, trump hitting the major battleground states today in florida, north carolina, pennsylvania, new hampshire and michigan. he was in colorado over the weekend. >> in three days we're going to winnthe great state of colorado. if you haven't mailed in your palette, don't do that, bring it , take it to the dropbox in >> expects more security at the ballot box agencies say there could be a terror aatack ttday, the plot is being put together by al qaeda and may be targeting new york texas and virginia. almost half of the colorado registered voters have turned in their ballot which means the other half need to vote. a few things to know. if you're hoping to vote today
joins us with details. >> reporter: here in denver you can sign up for ballot tracking making sure it counts, if not we will send you a notification. keep in mind it is too late to mail in your palette we have to come to the ballot box put them in or go vote in person before they close 7:00 pm tomorrow. if something happens with the ballot, you will getta this. it reads the vote in ballot has been received but cannot be processed. if you forget to sign your ballot or if a bipartisan team cannot verify your signature keep in mind you will have to sign it like you did your drivers license. you will have to go fix it in person at a polling center or elections division, then we do
to make sure your ballot will count. as of right now only 36 hours until the ballot boxes and polling places close, that is it, you're being urged by many counties to get your votes in today. for now, reporting live from downtown denver, jason gruenauer, denver7 6:45 and beautiful, this live look from loveland some weekend with the sunrise lingering cloud cover early on but the sunrise is one hour earlier, across the state we will see clearing skies as this storm system lifting north and east of colorado. in the upper 30s to the low 40s right now, city park 39, parker 36, in the mountains close to freezing in frazier, 32.
mountain towns will see 50s, across the plains we are in the low to mid 60s today.. this is actually the coldest day on the forecast, it will get warmer from here with upper 60s and low 70s through the end of the week. pretty mild statewide as the skies clear out here is your futurecast, a few clouds cross and southwestern mountains, clear skies tonight and sunny through early it will be dry across colorado for the next 5 to 7 days not % tracking any major systems which is unfortunate, since september 1 denver is over 1 1/2 inches below normal with precipitation. the normal high is 56 today and we will be well above that every day on this seven-day forecast. sunshine tomorrow at 65 wednesday a high of 72, warm
saturday and sunday upper 60s around 70. overnight lows will be chilly send the kids out the door with a sweatshirt this morning but it will be warm in the afternoon. an accident that happened nearly 1 hour ago at 84th avenue on southbound i-25 there hopefully pulling the final car off the highway and then final sweeping putting down absorbent and we can get the lanes open. we hope this will happen in the next 15 minutes, right now we have a traffic jam going back to 120th avenue. look at the map, rocksolid we are looking at over 45 minutes nearly one hour in this traffic jam to get down to the accident. it will be better when it clears , looking at the side streets huron and washington are the worst. federal is the one free-flowing
would use that to go down to i- 25. downtown to 70 all busy t in the usual spots and times, i-76 busy as well. we have a news alert out of boulder, police on the cu boulder campus say a suspect is on the run. a student says she was attacked in her dorm room saturday morning the suspect described as a white college-age male five foot nine the search continues for a missing hunter. the 61-year-old man wenttmissing saturday morning. search and rescue dogs will join the search this morning. a rough night for the broncos losing the game and the division lead. >> i was worried about this one, the oakland running game look to dominate running for
touchdowns. the broncos defense was missing several key players but the team won't make excuses. >> we will watch the film and get back added like we always do. i love all of these guys. we win and lowe's to get a. >> a lot of people are wondering when paxton lynch might get the starting job trevor siemian struggling last night complaining half of his passes. >> losing three of their last five games back on the field sunday in new orleans. justin -- just in a breaking news and explosion in ecuador a soldier was killed and four others wounded, the explosion tore off the roof of the facility, no word what caused it.
wallet hub with a ranking for the best us cities for veterans and colorado springs came in at number seven on the list. most of the best cities in the country in the top 10 are in texas but scottsdale, arizona in first colorado springs number seven. a court date for the south carolina men accused of keeping a woman chained up on hers -- his property. >> i'm michael bennet, and i approve this message. narrator: what do you really know about darryl glenn, the fringe republican candidate for senate? darryl glenn doesn't believe in climate change. he's for eliminating the department of education.
and glenn wants to outlaw abortion even in cases of rape and incest. reporter: glenn says if he's fortunate enough to go to capitol hill, he has no interest in working across the aisle. darryl glenn: i'm running against democrats.
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. alright, good. here's a look at what we are working on.
a new trial set to start for clarence moses, he served 28 years in prison for a rape he says he never committed. one day before you must cast your ballot, following candidates
vote. a big fundraiser with von miller an event at the carlton inbuilt -- here in denver. 6:53 the rapids going to the western conference finals the semi final match against the la galaxy went to penalty kicks. tim howard the hero. take a look. >> it is saved. >> the rapids advanced to play seattle on november 22. beautiful this morning, thus guys are starting to clear up, we had lingering cloud cover this morning, beautiful, dry conditions, here is your cheat sheet for monday, above normal, we have been above normal every day this month and i will hold true for the second
afternoon even warmer later in the week, 70s by wednesday, right now 46 degrees in denver beautiful but bright with the wings at 5 to 10 miles per hour, heading to school a little chilly sweatshirt or light jacket this morning mostly sunny and 63 by the afternoon. mid 60s tomorrow, low 70s on wednesday and upper 60s to low 70s through sunday, today we are latest first snow ever in denver we have another week with no snow. >> we have to get through this traffic jam on i-25 the tow truck has pulled away moving into the hov the express lane kicking off debris they have to put some absorbent down and % sweep the lanes but they should have it open in the next five minutes. you will be doing better in a few minutes but look at the
pretty packed washington, huron pecos and federal the best ones to avoid the 50 minute traffic jam. stop and go traffic in other places including i-76 so westbound i-76 closed in sterling. thing about losing weight and making sure it is gone for good? scientists think they have the the property of a realtor, he says he is responsible for seven murders. over his career he met hundreds or thousands of people how everyone missed the warning signs. vote.>> there have been some funny moments during the election season, tomorrow gma taking a look at the final
the candidates. looking back at the humorous moments of the campaign coming up next on denver7. >> thank goodness we have had those humorous moments. it feels like it has been going on for two years, have a good monday. we will see you back here tomorrow. i alone can fix it! bomb the [bleep] out of 'em. i'd like to punch him in the face. i like people that weren't captured, okay? he's a mexican! she ate like a pig... i moved on her like a [bleep] i did not say that... i love war. yes, including with nukes. blood coming out of her... they're rapists...
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good morning, america. race to the finish. hillary clinton and donald trump. making their final push for president on this final day before a
historic vote. trump blasting the fbi after the stunning aboutface. clearing the cloud of suspicion over those new clinton e-mails. >> she's being protected by a rigged system. you can't review 650,000 new e-mails in eight days. our brand new poll this morning shows a close race. a midnight rally. clinton calls on serious star power. >> everything you care about. everything i care about and i've worked for is at stake. >> both making the final plea to voters. and our powerhouse political team is here. breaking down the final push for the white house.