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make sure no vote is over. >> hillary clinton will be under investigation for a long long time. for many crimes against our nation, our people, our democracy. >> this election is a moment of reckoning. it's a choice. between division or unity. between strong city leadership or a loose cannon. >> early returns show 40 million people have already the 17 million in the battleground states for the >> tonight, denver seven investigations was at the fbi and two other major enforcement agencies have worked to unravel a series of election related emails sent to county clerks in colorado and 13 other states. these began a week before the most election.
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this story and confirm all the facts this evening. here's what we know. high-ranking state and federal law enforcement sources are confirming a professor's research project raise red flags in colorado and several her states. including california and michigan. >> it's inappropriate, it's a distraction for the >> she's pollard deputy sector estate talking the email project sources say tracks back university professor. >> i think it's irresponsible in this climate. and this close to election to send out what is essentially spam. to all of our county clerks. to try to conduct a lab experiment. it's not part of what we do. >> denver seven investigates has obtained some of the emails sent to at llast 25 colorado county clerks and clerks and 13 other states. sources say, it appears to be a social science project with
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it, it was a and jacob. this one sent from cream the same asking what i need to bring to vote, i want to vote for trump for president but didn't register as a republican. do you have to do that before i vote? >> there was a great deal of concern earlier. >> there is concern because want to make sure he knows didn't contain malicious contact. >> state and federal investigators alternately determined professor's research project was poorly timed but not malicious and not a crime. >> understand why it's not a crime but it still for someone who's in academia, it's irresponsible to use government% agencies as your lap source. >> color secretary state says concerns over the nature of the project initially created that concern record hundreds of hours of time at the throttle states and local level before
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gill university told us the research project was not connected to her current hospital to work for professor and independent scholarship project concerning voter access. let's go back to the campaign trail. former vice president al gore is in boulder right now in jefferson county. he spent the whole day in colorado campaigning bill clinton. related event. what ii the get out the vote and sustainability. he was on the stage x minutes ago. he's talking about private issues as you expect here. place known for climate issues. also for get out the vote. if you look at the results as money, 65,000 democrats but so
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you should a bit of a serious sense of humor. this is a climate election. we must change, we can. the question of wwether we will depends upon you. that leads them a second message. take t for me, every vote counts.[ laughter ] >> reporter: he's referencing th election. he was on to jefferson county for another event right now. if you have voted already, here's tips somewhat need to do. it's too late to mail in your about. yet to drop it off at about walks her rocket walk into the polling center. polls close at 7 o'clock tonight. we will be right here bringing
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denver seven. a man accused of vandalizing trumps campaign of september is behind bars. police say this man director window. dozens of people were inside at the time, the rock just missed a child but nobody was hurt. >> with six have feary a aspect 6.5 years in federal prison for a surgical tech who caused a major health scare. let's hernandez was rocky alan simpson today, he apologized for his actions. speck he told the court he was sorry for the anguish and pain he caused. he apologized to his former employers as well. he was a surgical tech at swedish from august 2015 to generate 2016, he took a fentanyl syringe from this operating room and replaced it with another syringe filled
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before heading to the sentence, the judge says he didn't give a damn about people, he put on a pretty face. he said there was a certain persistence to his illegal conduct which started when he was in the navy and continued at five different hospitals once he was discharged. he's sentenced allen to 6.5 years climbers. >> any reaction to the sentence? >> he declines comment as he left court. must report to federal prison like the one in oregon. his attorney told the court first no harm done that no patient heart. an attorney representing several swedish patients in a civil suit says otherwise. >> we dispute that. many of my clients tested positive for hepatitis and that source has yet to be determined but we know he is taking needles out of the trash can. the source of the hepatitis was him.>> he pled guilty to
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and attaining by a controlled substance by deception. one of the patients that had he thinks al should have ne tha- received a stiffer sentence. the government had asked for 10 years. history making settlements. the city of aurora pay more than $2 million to the family of a man shot and killed by aurora police. that comes as the police department makes changes in the way it does business. mark stewart is in the studio tonight look at mu policies there. >> an officer felt threatened and shot the man. as the city of aurora pay systemic $2.6 million, the department has use this case to look at its policies. this is the scene when carter was killed. the case has from the changes, officers will have to use their ruddy cameras more often. unit that investigates officer wrongdoing will be expanded and
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all moved by the attorneys representing the carter family. >> this is not just window dressing, it will make a real impact on people's lives and hopefully future. >> the settlement will hopefully allow everyone to begin the healing process. >> members of the carter family give praise to the aurora police department including the police chief who met with the mi offering condolences saying they appreciate his actions. you have the emotional interview with the family tonight at six. in des moines, funeral service was held for anthony the mania. -- tony beminio. while there sitting in their patrols car
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authorities are called to check on the welfare of tyler simmons after he reportedly threatened to harm himself. they say he began taking the window in the back of the cruiser with officers try to restrain him, is a kicked a deputy in the throat. >> the family of a denver woman arrested at the pipeline protest speaks public way today. read john was arrested along with hundreds of others who protested the pipeline construction base with one of our country's largest water sources. mark wells of the family gathering one of the biggest mass arrest of 14 years. >> these protesters, 143 people including two juveniles and redondo were arrested. her family says the charges of attended murder stemming from allegations of her firing a gun in the air toward police several times are false and now they are probably asking for the committee to rally around her ultimately help her get out of jail.
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denver's native american community for denver residents. her family says this arrest clearly says the 37-year-old was targeted by police, arrested and labeled as an instigator. in these protests of the north dakota access pipeline extending wrong. father says she attended a protest in part because she be have wanted. >> at the same time she was arrested, she was helping people have been pepper sprayed in their face, taken aback and helping them cleaned up spray out of their eyes. >> the arrest affidavit shows she's charged with attempted murder for allegedly shooting a gun several times in the direction of police. among other charges, family says she's not guilty and was in doubt because of her strong personality and opinions about
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indigenous woman whom a lot of longer -- younger indigenous peoples latu for example and leadership. that identifies her as a target in their mind. >> she remains in jail in north dakota as her family asks for support penalty for her release. >> her family is working to get her the best legal presentation they can. one of the big issues getting public defenders for the hundreds who were arrested. family says as many as 120 africans were denied altogether. five states include in california and arizona will consider legalizing marijuana tomorrow. pot shop owners say the ballot measures in other states could have an impact on wheat sales in colorado. let's say there's a secondary impacts on colorado's housing
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most experts say if this green rush slows so too could the white-hot real estate market. >> there is a sense that no one has had a positive effect on the housing market in colorado if you are a seller. >> people go there instead of colorado, i'm afraid we'll have a huge impact on tourism and the money that comes in here. some people in boulder not happy with the potent marijuana odor in their neighborhood. one marijuana earned its second violation this month cost to the business $14,000 in fines. it didn't fix the smell problem despite a two month long city intervention with a try to mitigate the odor. more to come, stadium up skirt. ms. violated for taking a broncos game. how you can help these cat's the man responsible and maybe even earn the money in the process.
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the unit is helping you take your mind off the craziness of the selection. warm dry conditions continue to cross the states. clear skies, light winds and
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scott tipton -- our congressman? or is he a real-estate agent for big-money campaign contributors? tipton sponsored a bill to give away our public lands to his out-of-state donors. over 30 colorado business leaders called tipton's plans, "a serious threat to the outdoor recreation industry and...thousands of jobs." gail schwartz will defend our public lands house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. 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.
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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. alright, good. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. a felon on the run after escaping a code of business back in custody. a 34 drill is from the 34-year- old was arrested in idaho over the weekend after police say he tried to strangle his life and threatened harm her family. officers found him, they say he
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headbutting them. warning to all students at cu boulder. police looking for a man who allegedly sexually assaulted a student in her dorm. the attack happened saturday morning in the dorm. >> you can get a $2000 what if you help i this man. he's wanted for taking pictures of a woman's skirt and a broncos game. police say the suspecin the security footage used a cell phone to take the photos in game 10. this is back on october 30. he has the world health organization encourages more countries to play sugar tax on subjects. the report found raising prices by 20% or more lowers consumption in their or includes nutrition. partners at national jewish health say these sugary drinks can have long-term effect on your body. >> we know sugar sweetened beverages increased cardiovascular risk in a variety of ways.
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sugary drink taxes. tamara boulder residents will vote on a proposed sugar drink tax of two cents per ounce. with the election, tomorrow , what better way to turn off your brain and with the latest internet craze. manikin challenge has people freezing for an extended period of time like manikin. >> one high school captured the dad and oppressive fashion with a person group post it extends across virtually the entire campus. on the craze. kevin hart and his workout squad hit their freeze pose. he did it during a gym workout. start dusting off your skis and snowboards because lovan opens thursday. will be open from 9 am to 4 pm and the resort will be open seven days a week until they decide to close early may. how early season mistakes this lift tickets start sales now.
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we do nothing moving but the rain and .54 inches of rain since september 1. since july 1, 1.83, we should in that same time had 6 inches of moisture. almost 4 1/4 inches below normal . we could use some rain and snow. won't happen anytime soon. take a look at our view outside the building right now. clear skies, 56 downtown, 53 and dia. 30% humidity, wins from the east high at 64 degrees, normal highs upper 50s. across the nation, mild on this evening before elections. every is more, high temperatures in a cold fronts slips through
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behind it, a big high pressure system coming in that will mean quiet, cool conditions at night, sunday, mild days coming up as high as we dominant feature of the next several days. tonight, down to 20 leadville, 22 and gas and 25, 24 out of the planes. their freeze whatever southeastern colorado always had a hard freeze here. we've had a hard freeze the season. mother nature has and provided the ski areas have technology to get us closer to those areas warming up. >> the big high dominant in the
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across the entire region, mild and dry conditions. vote mid-sixties at lower elevations, of the mountains after chilly start the warm into the mid to upper 50s around the natural area, highs reached the mid-sixties undersized guy with light winds expected. it will be clear and chilly 32 flight wins. a mild finish with the still way to drive. wednesday, sunny, warm and 72. thursday, 57, friday 65. saturday a beautiful day, light wind sunshine and 70 a bright spot. things start to shift a little bits. i sunday, high clouds increase by next monday, windy with more cloudssnow develops through the mountains and we may start to see a shift in the weather pattern which we know will
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would say, we know who the next president will be. >> that's almost a bright spots. >> just so we are done. the rockies have a new manager. he knows how to win at crews feel that we will hear from
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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. coffman said he would support donald trump for president. and that's all we really need to know. dccc is responsible for the content of this advertising. the rockies will complete black
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field this new purple pinstriped jersey. he said all the right things today. building a complete pitching staff. he seized the game through a pitcher's eyes. he managed at coors field hundred games with the padres, he's not intimidated by mile high. >> i can't wait to make that first phone call to our players , talk to our players about our team. reading quote about this team and where the players are mentally. they feel as though it's ready. >> denver was talking to gary kubiak about last night's loss in the black hole. talk about these stories on the denver channel.com, the late
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>> gary kubiak said today was not thinking about changing cornerbacks, he said his tremor simien is taking place the needs more support and help. the running game and the coaches. 218 yards rushing a former csu star have highlighted the game, 69 yard touchdown on a screen pass, here's the message today about stopping this slide. >> we believe in them and we got to keep working last night by a good football team and have done that. >> adversity is adversity. i think you'll be fine. where the locker room full champions for the winners, hard- nosed guys, playmakers, and the glass will go for the rest of
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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... wrong. there has to be some form of punishment. such a nasty woman. i wanna be unpredictable. ...on 5th avenue and shoot somebody... she's a slob... i don't remember! and you can tell them to go [bleep] themselves! priorities usa action is responsible
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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,
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donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue i approve this message. 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."
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tonight, breaking developments from abc news election headquarters here in times square. we are outside at the electoral map. of course, the key, 270 electoral votes. and the brand new polls are just in. tonight, where this race stands, with just hours to go. who is leading before the first polls open? the battlegrounds.ck and neck in hillary clinton set to take the stage with the president, the first lady and bruce springsteen just moments from now. we're live. and donald trump tonight, barnstorming the battlegrounds, lashing out at the fbi after clearing clinton again. and tonight, why trump is confident he will win. our powerhouse political team is all here. also tonight, the case of the alleged serial killer breaks wide open. the suspect leading authorities to several gruesome discoveries. and tonight here, his new demands. and several earthquakes here

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