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over 30 colorado business leaders called tipton's plans, "a serious threat to the outdoor recreation industry and...thousands of jobs." gail schwartz will defend our public lands and won't put colorado's future up for sale. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> it's election day on the east coast and the polls are already open in a small town in new hampshire. >> this is the final campaign stop of the 2016 election. hillary clinton with lady gaga in north carolina right now. tonight, donald trump's last stop in grand rapids michigan. marshall zelinger, 20 of campaigning in colorado today. >> reporter: here is hillary
her family, her friends, her surrogates. the list includes former vice president al gore who was in boulder and jefferson county. if i go to governor mike pence's visits, donald trump, it stops between the two of them but the good news is this is the last day of campaigning. >> the next president of the united states of america, donald trump.>> reporter: coming up to a laser light show, donald trump and mike pence campaigned together in she can and the new hampshire after finding out hillary clinton would be there. >> i figured i have nothing to do tonight, so i'll go there tonight and give it the last whirl. >> reporter: trump making five total stops. florida, north carolina and pennsylvania. you would have thought it was new jersey but jon bon jovi and bruce springsteen headlined a rally in philadelphia with the president and first lady, and clinton with her family.
of our time. what will be look for? not just against? >> reporter: clinton's they have four stops. michigan, twice in pennsylvania, and now in north carolina. this graphic that looks like a complicated subway map is where all of the candidate's surrogates campaigned today including al gore here in colorado. >> take it from counts. on that subject, i happen to know where i speak. >> reporter: marshall zelinger, denver 7. >> republican voters are currently ahead with a 15,000 ballot lead over democrats but i third of coloradoans are unaffiliated and could very well decide this election. >> and colorado could decide a
national and state level is up for grabs. we have a lot of issues including higher taxes on tobacco, raising the minimum wage, assisted death and healthcare. your belt has to be in by 7 pm tomorrow. a postmark does not count at this point. all the results here tomorrow. denver 7 has discovered a series of suspicious emails that had homeland security and the of guy trying to figure out what the heck was going on. investigative reporter kovaleski with this exclusive report. >> reporter: informed state and federal sources brought this to our attention late last weekend we were able to confirm it in the last 24 hours. essentially, a college research project testing county clerks to see if they were racially biased. sources tell us it went to the fbi, homeland security, and the colorado bureau of investigation. this was a big deal.
get anything that we think is going to look like somebody trying to hack our system, we're going to send it to these different agencies to try to track down where it comes from. >> reporter: the concern started seven days before election day. county clerks in colorado and 13 other states started receiving unusual emails. state and federal investigators traced the emails back to yale university and eventually law school professor ian ayres. >> what do you say >> think twice before you run an experiment. >> reporter: he is a security expert with the secretary of state office. he and others now believe the jail professor was conducting a social science project, trying to see if county clerks were racially balanced and handling election questions. some of the emails came from
people will notice when you spam multiple emails to multiple states. we're going to coordinate and find out. the public should know we are vigilant.>> reporter: yale law school went digging after we uncovered the emails. the professor says the research project was not part of a class assignment. instead, the work of a scholarship program. he calls the email request -- calls regarding the email requests have not been returned. i'm tony kovaleski, kicked out of an uber for being latina. >> to be in someone's vehicle after they found out what my heritage is and what i do for a living. >> the bizarre confrontation for a colorado filmmaker. how this colorado woman is making history. and a spinal disease spreading at an alarming rate. >> at one point, we thought he was gone. >> his fight for recovery at
live in denver where questions are being raised about the city program to put the homeless to work. it launched last week but now concerns over how the money is being spent is getting national attention. for these homeless men and women, this is what hope looks like. >> i am so happy to be working. it makes me feel good. >> it's part of a new program called denver day works, providing labor for the homeless. >> we will have critics. >> reporter: big problems according to forbes, pointing to a large amount of money going to the contract company instead of wages. advocates from denver out loud agree. >> i think the it's excessive on the finance side.. it's being paid $197,000, nearly half of the pilot the city says it pays for six full and part-time employees.
associated with any program. this is the lowest of any of their programs. >> reporter: the goal is to find more permanent work. each participant can only make $600 through the program. >> we hope that long before they get to that $600 mark, we have already translucent them inno jobs. >> there is no guarantee this wiil lead to a job. pay starts at 1259 per hour -- twaddle -- $12.59 per hour, a lot more than colorado wage but each person can only work six full days. jennifer kovaleski, denver 7. over a pays out a historic settlement to the family of an unarmed black man shot by police. the city will pay $2.6 million to the family of naeschylus carter-vinzant, who was killed last year. the police department has also agreed to reforms. new tonight, kicked out of an uber because of her race.
you one of them? >> reporter: imagine being in the backseat of a stranger's car and the conversation gets a little uncomfortable. there's really not much you can do. maybe you would decide to stop talking but this woman stood up for herself and her heritage.>> when i said the word latinos, his whole demeanor tightened. >> reporter: a quick uber ride. >> >> reporter: to see a concert and spend time with friends. >> and then parking within just a few minutes. >> reporter: changed as soon as deniseegan talking about her work as a documentary film worker. >> i wanted to shout from the rooftops, you are not alone. >> reporter: her current project is about being a first- generation american born latina. the driver asked her a couple questions and then --
i think you should just get out of my car. >> reporter: she was only in the car for a couple of minutes and close to her destination when the driver asked her to get out but most troubling, she worries what happens speaks to a larger issue. >> i didn't feel unsafe but i felt like this is what it has come to. i was felt -- met with such resistance and hate. 's >> reporter: the ride only cost $6.95. it's not about the money she paid, it's not what it cost her personally. >> but the reason i am sitting here is because this happens every day. >> reporter: denise is disappointed because she says she has had wonderful uber experiences in the past and she even liked one of her uber drivers so much, she hired him, offered him a job and he is still working for her. liz gelardi, denver 7. >> we did check and uber says it does not qualify
the driver's access to the app was shut down as soon as it heard about the accident. wall street had its best day since march, thank goodness. the dow jones closed more than 300 -- up more than 350 points credited to yesterday's decision from the fbi once again clearing hillary clinton of criminal charges. so what is your excuse not to vote? this woman in boulder voted made contractions. the couple dropped off their ballots friday while she labor with their first child. ella rose wasn't due until election day but she decided to come early. >> we ran over there and kind of made it just in time because shortly after that, i was like okay, it's time in the let's get to the hospital. >> if we influence one person and make the plays a better place to her, it's worth it.>> chelsea clinton said she was touched to learn that thii woman stopped to vote for her mom. and the loan american
is ballot from international space station. mission control send a secure electronic ballot and returned by email to the clerk's office. a colorado woman makes history by becoming the first cover girl model to wear a hijab. >> reporter: she is now a world- famous groundbreaking cover girl model. >> i can't believe that's me. >> reporter: crazy because the 24-year-old had never even more make up until six years ago and a muslim woman has never been featured as an american makeup ambassador. >> i feel like i want the same thing as everybody else. i want to be represented to want to be respected. i wanted to respect you. >> reporter: she taught herself how to apply makeup and rose to fame through this youtube channel where hundreds of thousands of people now take her beauty advice. cover gi picked her after noticing her channel. >> what's cover -- cool about covered call is a have some who
about cover girl is they have someone who picks it up at the airport. everybody has wanted that. >> reporter: she says the most important factor is the eyes. >> i feel like i was more of an eyeliner grow but this is about lash quality, mascara. it works great on all kinds of lashes. >> reporter: she also says contouring is very important. she applies foundation and then bronzer and then highlighter. >> i love contouring. you can really scoped the face and define those features and bring light.>> reporter: cover girl also introduced its first male makeup model, a campaign to be more inclusive and the makeup industry. contra, don't forget it. she was so excited to see the billboard with her parents. her next goal is she wants to become the first woman wearing a hit job on a major magazine
a rare illness is causing souther -- severe paralysis in children and it has officials concerned. here is what is really scary. the symptoms start out appearing like a colddor flu and within a matter of days, the child could be unable to move. right now, a little boy just three years old is battling the disease at children's hospital colorado. >> that's the scary part.
and now, nicole brady tells theestory of a little boy suddenly paralyzed by
a rare condition. >> when we found out it was a boy, we were ecstatic. we were so happy. >> reporter: kiko violante was a healthy little boy .>> jumping, playing, running, playing soccer with me. >> reporter: his mother wasn't surprised when he came home with cold symptoms after starting preschool but she never could have imagined what the next days would bring. >> he just wasn't really working the way he used to and then he couldn't walk. he was doing this rigid movement to and he couldn't really turn.>> reporter: the family found themselves in the
and their hometown of albuquerque and soon after at children's hospital in colorado. kiko violante was finally diagnosed with acute mathyliadocis. he is one of 90 cases in 20166 according to the cdc. there was 60 cases in 2015 and a cluster and colorado in 2014. >> we were sort of on the and recognizing an outbreak. >> reporter: doctor terry schreiner, a pediatric neurologist, says there is a lot they don't know about afm but they believe it may be connected to a viral infection and tara via -- terra virus the 68. it causes inflammation in the spinal cord that leaves patients suddenly paralyzed but the good news is that in most cases, patients have regained
>> it was day by day, little wiggles of his fingers and toes. bed and hold his hand and wait for like some sort of little wiggle. >> reporter: it's encouraging but as they track other patients, they know recovery is a long road. >> what we found his kids are very resilient. they cope very well. in almost all cases, therr was some persistent deficit. >> a lot of fear and doubt and questions. >> repte unser racing family was left paralyzed from a subset of the disease. friends of kiko violante reached out to the foundation to perch -- to push for more research.>> this should not be happening anymore. this should not be happening anymore. >> reporter: for keiko's family, it's one day at a time.
that's the scary part. you don't know if he's going to be able to stand up for be able to walk. >> reporter: for now, they focus on his progress and the moments when kiko violante is just kiko again. >> he will likes ice cream and chicken nuggets which is the first thing he asked for. we are hoping for more recovery. >> reporter: nicole brady, denver 7. >> we wish them well. the colorado health department shortened its list of restaurants that used hepatitis a tainted restaurants. there are now seven including four restaurants in denver. we have a full list of locations on the denver 7 app. we're looking for ?hanges in the weather but don't look too long. the jet stream white to the north keeps all the cold air well to the north of us in canada. we are warm and dry but when
cold air to get closer to us and allow moisture from the pacific northwest and bring some snow back to the mountains. here's what it looks like in denver. our skies are clear. 45 degrees downtown and winds from the south southwest at 11 miles per hour. high temperature today 54 degrees. we got a cold front moving through continuing to move east and make for a rainy election day across the mississippi and ohio valley. behind it is this high pressure system that system for the rest of this week keeping things dry and quiet. down to 32 degrees tonight. 27 degrees in steamboat. for tomorrow, sunshine all day long across the state. 65 degrees in the denver area and in pablo. 64 degrees in fort collins, 63 degrees in greeley. front range nummers are going to be looking at 50s across the higher elevations and low to mid-60s under sunny skies on
for tonight, clear and chilly, down to 32 degrees with light winds. tomorrow, sunshine and a beautiful day with a high of 65 degrees. more mild, dry weather for the next five or six days. sunny and warm on wednesday. 72 degrees. mid-60s thursday and friday. saturday, bright spot at 70 degrees. increasing clouds sunday and then we start to see that shift in the pattern by next monday with some cool air onditions. it looks like snow coming into the mountains probably by next monday and tuesday.>> a great day to vote. >> please get out and vote. i want to tell you before you see this, everybody is fine. with that, here you go. the giant glass door falls on a three-year-old at this shopping mall in china. decides being terrified, she is doing just fine. i am lionel bienvenue and black is the word of the day,
broncos came back from black and blue. we will hear from gary kubiak, von miller and capri bibbs. bud black is the new manager of bud black is the new manager of the purple 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! ke coffman said he didn't know if donald trump's a sexual predator. come on. look, we just can't vote for coffman or trump. house majority pac is responsible
welcome to 7 sports extra and welcome but black as new manager for the rockies. the former major-league pitcher and padres manager has been at the first time in purple pinstripes. from job one to the starters and relievers, he sees the game through a pitcher's eyes. he was here in 2007 when the rockies beat the padres anyone game wild-card playoff. he said the base for a winner is present. that he's a world series? >> we are going to do
to where this team was in 2007 and that's the world series. that's a good thing. i can't wait for that because the definitely can happen. >> he said it. now to the broncos. troy renck in dove valley talking to gary kubiak and the players about the loss last night in the black hole and the latest on the injury to derek wolfe. also read woody paige's latest column titled bad news for the that's on www.thedenverchannel.com and the denver 7 app on your smart phone. gary kubiak is in thinking at about changing quarterbacks, said simeon gutman needs support and help. former csu star capri bibbs had the highlight of the game for the broncos. this nice 69 yard touchdown on the screen pass. the message from gary, dupree and von miller, we've t gothe right players and the right
>> we just need to stay focused on what we're doing. i believe in what we are doing. it has been not good enough three times and good enough six times. i stay focused on that. >> i think we're going to be fine. we got a locker room full of champions, full of winners, playmakers. i don't think a loss like that is going to ruinous for the season. >> i've got full faith and my guys. raiders punter marquette king punting and then dancing doing von miller's madden dance and riding horses? you can but the broncos will be ready for marquette when the raiders come january 31 but von miller wasn't mad at you, he was impressed. >> he's a good dude. you look across the league and it's a copycat league. everybody wants to do it but i
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