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this is 9news. >> a deadly night in denver. multiple shootings to talk about, and then this in new orleans. a shooting that left ten people injured in one day. >> it's it's just having somebody go that low to attack somebody, you know? >> a denver customer claims an employee used a gay slur against him and it happened in front of the man's 4-year-old son. don't stand in line or get trampled by crowds. tomorrow cyber monday sounds way better than the former. 7:00 and new overnight an investigation continues after ten people were shot in the french quarter in new orleans.
the victims are between 20 and 37 years old. police have detained a couple people who were illegally carrying weapons in the area but have not directly connected them to the shooting. increased patrols were already in place in that area because of the classic college football game. an historic season leads to an historic chance at the big title. the cu buffs are headed to the pac-12 championship game. they beat utah last night. >> remarkable. after the game fans were a little excited, to say the least. here is nelson garcia. >> c buffs have won the game. everyone has stormed the field and having a good time celebrating the pac-12 south championship. they are headed to santa fe to take on washington. what does this mean to be able to win this game? >> this means everything.
have redemption, to the denver broncos, this means everything. we are winning the championship. we are doing it all. it's our year. >> reporter: now, you had a number of years where even winning one game in the pac-12 was an accomplishment. now you guys are champs. >> here is the only game that used to matter. cu-csu. now to know that we win every game and should win every game means everything. it's real. we keep rising. it's going to be the rise at the beginning of the season did you expect this? >> i didn't. i was a good fan. same way i am a quasi broncos fan. >> reporter: oh! >> i didn't. we are here. you know what? everything takes heart and passion, and we got it and the buffs are gonna do it all. >> reporter: are you gonna head to santa clara?
time this year! [ cheers and applause ]. >> reporter: a bunch of people are heading to santa clara for the championship game. be safe tonight and have a good time. back to you. >> i don't know what nelson said, but it sounds exciting. it is an incredible mood there. >> the first time they were able to storm the field like that. >> levi stadium is a hotspot for colorado teams. we have the broncos winning the big super bowl there. hopefully a pac-12 championship. >> i am el >> yeah. 7:03. let's check in with belen de leon for a look the forecast. >> you know what is everything right now? everything is that snow falling in the high temperature. we need that snow. >> totally. need that moisture. >> just waiting for it, twiddling our thumbs. it's happening right now. check out what's happening near the divide. we have that snow falling at loveland pass. it's starting to get a little
area. soon the folks at loveland ski area are going to be so happy. that snow is coming in from the southwest to the northeast. that drive along i-25 is drive along i-70 is getting difficult. cloudy skies and cooler temperatures today. very different from yesterday. that heavy snow will be falling in the high country, and it's going to linger to tuesday monday. 10 to 20 minutes near e juan. here in the metro area we have clouds around town. cuddle weather. a chance for some rain and snow, very light, this morning. little to no accumulation. then the winds increasing. a beautiful shot over the city as we are starting off this sunday. here is a look at that chance for any kind of moisture. it's going to be on the light side, and any clouds we have around town are going to start clearing up after about lunchtime. the temperatures right now, we are in the 30s. we have got 20s near the divide. afternoon highs are going to be
foothills. so grab that cup of coffee. join us for the rest of the morning. those temperatures will eventually get into the 40s, and then we have some really strong winds that will be kicking up and a high wind watch that goes into effect later this week. those temperatures are going to get colder. i will let you know what's in store for the work week coming up. >> thank you. let's look at your ski traffic this morning. taking a look at current drive times, a slowdown compared an hour ago with 38 miles per hour on i-70 westbound. so it's going to take you a little bit of time heading up to the high country. you saw that look of loveland and how snowy it is on the roads right now. belen says conditions on i-70 could only get worse. there is a traction law on i-70 in vail and idaho springs. if you are driving a passenger vehicle to the high country and back, you are required to have
use chain or alternative tires there, too. so we are seeing drive times get a little bit slower, and you can check out what you can expect to see if you are heading up and down i-70 today. 7:06 now. a busy night for denver police after three separate shootings in the metro area overnight. two people have been killed and several others are in the hospital. >> yeah. there was a shooting near broadway. that killed a man. injured another. they were shot near cherokee the victim who survived was rushed to the hospital. we do not know if police are looking for suspects. denver police are also looking into a deadly shooting in the 5500 block of carson street. investigators call this a death investigation but did not say why. about ten miles away from there a triple shooting was reported overnight at 38th and high streets. three people were taken to the hospital. the man accused of hitting and killing a state patrol
41-year-old noe gamez-ruiz is out of jail on bond this morning after being arrested after friday's crash. he was charged with careless driving and failure to yield, misdemeanor charges. investigators say he hit and killed trooper cody donahue who was responding to another crash at the time. the trooper was an 11-year veteran with csp. he is the third state trooper in that department to be killed in the line of duty in 18 months. a customer is calling the way he was treated at a highlands h blow. he says a manager not only attacked his sexual orientation, but did it in front of his 4-year-old son. james shawlin says he and his husband had been refinishing their fireplace. they made several trips to floor and decor. on friday he went back to the store with his son. he says an employee gave him permission to look through some boxes of stones. he says another employee asked him what he was doing and sent over a manager. the manager asked him to buy
james tried to explain, but he couldn't believe what happened next. >> i said, hey, my husband and i spend a lot of money here. we have been using for ten years. we have $3,000 worth of stone. he goes, oh, that explains it now. [ bleep ] voted for hillary. >> shawn says another customer who overheard the exchange followed him outside and also used a gay slur. shawn ended up filing a battery view online. problem. >> plus, news of a 9news family member making a move. here is kim christiansen with what you were talking about this week. >> it's been a journey. >> reporter: clarence is a free man after 28 years in prison for a crime he says he didn't commit. after two trials for sex assault, he says he is not angry. rather, he is happy with his life today. one message. anger is a wasted emotion,
and highly justified given his injustice. he knows its better for his well being to leave the resentment behind. as hard a decision to let go it must be, i am sure he is, and will be, happy. hats off to this man. >> i had a buttoned down shirt and i ripped it off. >> reporter: he has a big personality and a big presence. former nfl player alfred williams is 6'6" and 260 pounds. he shared his panic attacks with flying. his decision to talk about a common problem connected with many of you. thank you for speaking out, big al. there are a lot of people who listen and look up to you every day, and i bet this will help at least one of them. also, i had panic attacks for almost five years. this was a long time ago and it made me to feel like i was crazy. the attacks gradually faded away, but i still remember the pain and the feeling of not being able to breathe.
would not wish this condition on anyone. >> we found one that was the star at a football practice. exciting adventure. >> reporter: finally, hundreds of well wishes shared this week when sheryl preheim announced her family has a great opportunity to move to atlanta will cheryl will be the morning anchor for our sister station wxia. good luck, cheryl. atlanta is gaining a top-notch personality. we will miss you. denver will miss your positive spirit. you're a class act and one of our favorites.
favorite anchors. you're classy, down to earth, and so genuine. you will definitely be missed. best wishes to you and your beautiful family as you begin a new chapter in your lives. cheryl will be with us a couple more weeks giving us a chance to say good-bye and good luck. thanks for your comments, and remember 9listens. >> cheryl meant so much to us, too. >> i said i don't want to talk to you r because it's going to be sad and at the end i have to say good-bye. a couple more weeks. we welcome your comments at email@example.com. >> we look forward to hearing from you each week. 7:11 now. firefighters not only save humans, but furry friends, too. >> how about florida where three dogs are alive this morning because of the hard work from crews there. the dogs were trapped in a house fire in orlando on friday
on their little faces there. a dozen firefighters jumped in to help, giving the dogs water, looking after then. the dogs were treated for smoke inhalation, but they are going to be okay. no people were home at the time of the fire. but the pups are doing okay. >> so good to hear this morning. people who wanted snow are getting it in the high country right now. >> they sure are. a storm rolling through. how many inches will they get up there? we take a live look from our studios at speer and logan. we will check in with be
especially temperatures in the 30s. we have that snow. it started last night. it will just continue to develop during the day. we are expecting from 3 to 7 inches in the high country just today. here is a view from our webcam. you can't even see the mountain out in the distance because of that low visibility and that snow that's currently falling out in the roaring fork valley. winter park ski base area, you can't even see that. white-out conditions because of that snow steadily falling close to the foothills. where we will have most of the moisture falling today. winter weather advisory will be in effect through 5:00 tuesday morning. near winter park, loveland ski area, breckenridge, a-basin 6- 12 inches in that area. 2-4 inches in northwestern colorado. towards the southwest from 2-4 inches. then we have a winter storm warning where we don't have the
our friends in purgatory. 8-16 inches near aspen, snowmass. in steamboat springs 10-20 inches. small showers, little to no accumulation expected here. here is a current look at the radar and satellite that shows where the snow is falling near the divide. a little bit of rain in northeastern colorado and out south near pueblo. now, here is your futurecast thst around 11:00 this morning we will have clearing in the city, but some light rain in northeastern colorado as that know continues to fall in the high country with strong winds, blowing snow. keep that in mind. that drive home, if you are in the mountains right now, doesn't look like it's gonna be a fun one. it's going to be slow, too. 3 p.m. here in the metro area we have sunny skies, but those winds will be strong. overnight our skies turn mostly cloudy and those winds will continue to gust really strong.
20-degree readings. this afternoon 30s in the mountains and 50s around the metro area. so these temperatures are above normal for this time of year. when you factor in the wind, it feels a whole lot colder. dress warmly to the broncos game. these temperatures will feel like in the 20s. kickoff 41 degrees. brandon mcmanus will have gusts up to 30 miles per hour. it will be gusty as well. that could be affecting our kicking game. a high wind watch goes into effect tonight foothills. the gusts could get up to 75 miles per hour. i am anticipating for that to be upgraded to a warning sometime soon. 29 will be the overnight low. windy evening. winds here in the metro area from 20-30 miles per hour. a colder week ahead. tomorrow a high of 47. tuesday another batch of cold air. 36. 30s for wednesday. thursday 41. a reminder. parade of lights is going to happen on friday. the temperatures will be at 32 degrees. so we already lit the lights.
friday and saturday. >> i will be out there on friday, belen. trying to scheme how i can stay warm at 32 degrees. >> you have your snow pants, girl! >> i know. i don't want to wear snow pants in a parade. we will figure it out. thanks so much. if you are not a fan of being trampled on in the store and arguing over that last item on the shelf, that tug of war over that hatch toy, relax and head to the computer for your christmas monday. cyber monday almost here. those of you who want to avoid the crowd of malls stores, tomorrow is the day for you. it is supposed to be the largest online sales day in history. shoppers are expected to spend 3.3 build. here are some of the best deals. save 900 bucks on a samsung 55- inch tv and a $100 gift card on amazon. walmart is selling playstation 3's for 150 bucks.
$80 on a grieco stroller. see more details on 9news.com. >> did you shop? >> i did online shopping. those deals, those monday deals, cyber monday deals, they are available all weekend in a lot of places. >> shopping for myself. >> smart. >> i didn't buy anyone gifts. i just shopped for myself. >> it's okay. puppies and beer. the perfect combination to do some good. >> an event called the 12 barks
hey, welcome back everyone. holidays can be rough for some pets, and now there is a pub crawl to help unfortunate animals out. it's the 12 barks of christmas. we have casey joining us this morning. thank you for being here, first of all. >> thank you. >> i am this sounds like a pub crawl. for a great cause, too. tell us about it. >> the 12 barks of christmas is saturday, december from 4- 8. we have 12 venues that teams of ten crawl. teams get to dress up. they enjoy a beverage at each of the bars and they compete in a scavenger hunt. it's a ton of fun.
and neuter clinic. >> you certainly need the money. i am fascinated by the scavenger hunt. that's new this year. what does that entail? >> each of the teams have to either complete a task or find items at the venues. the winning team gets their choice of either ten nuggets tickets or ten avalanche tickets. who doesn't want to watch a game with their nine closest >> you need to get tickets sooner than later? >> right now they are $50 apiece. december 2nd they go up to $65 apiece. this early bird special is for a limited time only. >> i love the chance that you -- i love the fact that you have a chance to win great things. >> it is so much fun. yeah. we heard it is the best christmas party this side of the mississippi. >> oh, nice! so you can't miss that, right? >> exactly. >> you have been doing this
talk about all the animals that this has helped since then. >> oh, my gosh. so we have rescued over 1,200 animals in the three years we have been around as an organization, and we are a non- profit completely volunteer run. so events like this are huge. >> yeah. >> we completely rely on this. we also have a summer event. these kind of things are just crucial to -- >> to helping? >> yeah, to our entire organization to be able like frank have a second chance at life. >> why not help our four-legged friends this holiday season? >> exactly. >> thank you for joining us. we will put all the information
terrific defense. the utes to could get nothing in the end zone. buffs stripped joe williams in the red zone. the fumble recovered. buffs maintain a three-point lead and extended it.. ties the all time school record. buffs up 20-16. the defense again, williams gets stripped again. brings it back for a touchdown. colorado won it 27-22 to clinch the pac-12 south. friday in the conference championship game. >> it's a great feeling, you know. to put in all this hard work with these guys and to finally get something out of it. i think we have been working really hard for all the time i have been here, and we don't have much to show for it. this year we do. >> look around you. this is what you guys have done. >> it's crazy. it's a crazy atmosphere. you know, we just feel so blessed to be in this position. we just faced a great time.
feels good for the team class. coach mac and the whole team, the whole community, they stick behind us all four years. to turn this program around like we did is just a blessing. >> reporter: how does it feel to send the seniors out like this? >> feels good. it's emotional. we are gonna look at it. we got a banquet tomorrow. we start tomorrow. we start practice again, actually, tomorrow. >> reporter: got another win in ya next friday night? >> i feel, yes. we just be ready for washington. >> wow. what a story. how about colorado state? their offense has been very impressive of late, and that continued last night in san diego. nick stevens connected with michael gout for a couple of first half townes. the rams jumped all over the aztecs. ruiz broke the record with a 91- yard punt return. the rams win it 63-31.
bowl opponent. wyoming has a chance to host the mountain west championship game, but not a good performance against new mexico. lamar jordan ruled out at the one. they jumped all over the pokes as well. here is your final score. wyoming will play next weekend against san diego state in the mountain west championship game. fifth straight game the avalanche are without their captain gabriel landeskog. sat out n to heal from a lower body injury. avs hosted vancouver last night. fell behind early but tied it up in the 2nd period. a puck batted out of midair for a goal. canucks won in a shootout. avs back in action tuesday against nashville. university of denver hockey hosting wisconsin. pioneers two man advantage. henrik borgstrum scores.
this is 9news. >> welcome back ev we are taking a live look at downtown denver. a storm is going to roll through. will the metro area see some snow? belen is going to break down our forecast. hundreds of people protesting the dakota access pipeline may be forced to demonstrate somewhere else. google helping out with the war on isis and they are using their search engine to do it. want to learn how to make this for the holiday? we will tell you how. we are down to our final sick 16 standing.
the prep rally. let's get a check of the weather. belen, a chilly start to the morning. sounds like it's going to continue to be that way the rest of the week? >> exactly. don't put away the hats, the gloves. taylor temby had great weather to cover those high school sports. today it will be windier, cooler, and snow in the high country. here is that snow state camera from loveland ski area. they are at 3 inches. th to pile on. we have a possibility of seeing up to a foot of snow near the divide. 8 to 16 inches in the central mountains. 10 to 20 inches near steamboat and the san juans. these are storm toth exta. cted through tuesday morning. here is where that snow is falling. along i-70, that road is already getting very diicult to in. also some snow and ra???c$in on- 25 down south near colorado
northeastern colorado, but any kind of moisture we see across the front range will bring little to no accumulation. after this morning with a little bit of rain and snow our winds are going to increase and our skies will clear. the temperatures will be cooler than what we had yesterday. our temperatures will be topping out in the low 50s. expect some clearing this afternoon and some sunshine, but then those gusts, they get up to 20 and 30 miles per hour. here is where we are right now. we have got 30s around town. this afternoon highs will be in the 50s. w, will increase and a high wind watch will go into effect. who will see the stronger winds? details coming up. >> thank you. 7:34 on yoursunday morning. many cuban-american took to the streets this weekend after fidel castro died on friday. castle rock ruled cuba for nearly half a century. thousands gathered in miami's little havana waving cuban
castro era. >> leaders around the world had different reactions. vladimir putin called castro a sincere and reliable friend. president-elect donald trump tweeted out castro is dead and issued a statement in which he called castro a brutal dictator. two years ago president obama started to restore diplomatic relations with cuba. they are still in embargo. many say they will not support that until the castro family is out of power. >> he was a sa district i can murderer who brought great suffering to the 11 million people of cuba. he should not be revered. he should be revealed. >> all that it has caused is sadness, tragedy, death, and narcotic owe trafficking. that is the legacy of fidel castro.
he will retire sometime in 2018. a group of people riding in a limo on the way to a birthday party were seriously injured. it happened in oroville, california. the crash caused the truck to flip over. california highway patrol says the limo driver and one passenger were taken to the hospital with major injuries. investigators say alcohol was not a factor. the first of funerals in chattanooga, tennessee, happened saturday after six children were killed in a school bus catch. cordayja jones' pastor said she was a strong child. protests against the dakota access pipeline continue but starting next week the land that protesters are standing on could be closed. the army corps of engineers
december 5th. they say the closure means nothing unless federal officers enforce it. on saturday more than 400 people marched in bismarck, north dakota supporting the officers working along the protest line. they say it was not anti- or pro-pipeline, but a way to unite the community. terror attacks have raised concerns about americans being radicalizes. more and more people are being recruited online. at jigsaw, a branch of google that looks at geopolitical problems, they are coming up with a way to prevent radicals. they will get results or have an ad pop up, but it probably won't be exactly what they are looking for. >> if i am a young person out there somewhere maybe sympathetic to joining isis,
through? >> so you would likely search, for example, for a term like let's take martyrdom for allah. we would show you an ad directly relevant to your search. you click on the ad and you would be taken to, for example, a video like this. >> those videos usually feature moms and religious scholars preaching against isis. a super tanker plane from the u.s. is in israel helping the country battle re the most advanced firefighting plane in the world. right now fires are spreading across north and central israel. for the past five days dry weather and winds have fueled the fires. security forces say it looks like some of the fires were set on purpose and say they have arrested more than ten suspected arsonists from palestine. so this christmas tradition a bit different than decorating the tree or baking cookies. >> far opposite of that.
featuring santa's evil companion. >> it is a german legend who punishes bad kids by beating them and putting them in baskets on his back. so weird. look at the crowds showing up for this. they like it. looks like halloween in the u.s. on saturday more than 120 ran through the streets of an austrian town. some jumped barriers to cane several of the 6,000 people watching hats taken away from them. watch this snatch right here. >> they don't look frightened. they like they are looking at the real santa. >> they are not scared of the weird christmas monsters. >> if you are having nothing do at 7:39 on a sunday morning, google some krampus videos. it's scary how they go after people. >> just trying to ruin your day at 7:39 in the morning. we will have a check of
welcome back. belen de leon is joining us with some of our cameras. the snow is coming down. i am so excited for our skiers and snowboarders up there this morning. >> it looks great, yeah. to ski and snowboard you will have fresh powder. folks, if you are traveling back from the mountains this afternoon it's going to be a tough go. those roads are going to get more icy and snowpacked. here is what is happening currently . a storm is lifting through colorado. during the day it will continue to push to the northeast. as it does that on the back
for us here on the front range, well, let's take a look at these winter storm headlines. blowing snow in the mountains from this storm system. the heaviest accumulation will be happening today from this storm, but we could see some snow linger through tuesday morning. for us here in lower elevations currently we have some isolated rain and snow showers in northeastern colorado, and that will continue to be the trend through this morning and eventually that clears out and our skies will be blue, but then the winds take over and we could see gust a look at our webcam in ridgway. can't see what's in the distance. the san juans are completely covered with those clouds as that snow is falling. the highest amount of snow will be falling in the high country. check out these storm totals through the end of the snow event. 10 to 20 inches in the northern mountains, and the south. near the divide and the front range mountains 6 to 12 inches. temperatures are 30s in northern colorado.
now, too. this afternoon those coldest temperatures will stay up high and down low. temperatures will be cooler than yesterday. we will have highs in the 50s from fort collins into denver and out on the eastern plains. now, this morning we have been talking about the rapids. a couple viewers saying, you have not mentioned anything about the rapids. we have been talking about the rapids. i am even wearing a scarf out in the backyard. now, your forecast for the rapids game will be in the 50s. you factor in those wi there. so those gusts could get up to 30 miles per hour as the rapids take on the seattle sounders. so we're so excited for our colorado teams. we are cheering them on. let's check out this futurecast. right now a little bit of rain and snow in northeastern colorado through 1 p.m. those showers will shift to the eastern plains. in the high country that snow is going to keep going and going and going overnight through tomorrow morning. here in the city our skies will
skies will be partly cloudy. but those winds are going to take over and they will be fierce. now, right now near the foothills and at the divide gusts up to 40 and 20 miles per hour. but this evening those gusts will be up to 75 miles per hour. high-profile vehicles encouraged not to travel in that area. tonight will be windy. 29 will be the overnight low. gusts here in the city from 20 to 30 miles per hour. and the rest of the work week only gets colder. tomorrow a high of 47. another batch of cold air arrives 36. wednesday 38. thursday 41. then friday a high of 32 degrees. it's finally feeling like november, guys. then december just around the corner. >> yep. coming any day now. at least that's what the calendar tells me. thanks, belen. turkey day taylor is joining us with a look at the prep sports. >> so busy yesterday. i was looking at brooklyn's forecast and thinking can you head on one more weekend? i have three state
? one, two, three, four ?. >> welcome to the 9news prep rally. here is taylor temby. >> good morning, everyone. three state semi-final games saturday held no shortage of excitement in our playoffs. we will start with the eight man state title. sedgwick county versus akron. the cougars won last year big. would this year be the same? up 12-0. marquez finds a hole up the sideline for the 18-0 lead. they hang on in the third. the quarterback went out for nicholson who makes a
it on the ground. in the fourth akron a very strong running team went to the air in homes of trying to catch sedgwick. a wide open benson for the score. despite the late td akron can't catch up. sedgwick with a 41-11 win. >> it's a big thing for our community going back to back. everybody throughout the whole community shows up to the games. it's good to play for them. you know, it's nice to see that fu two teams duking it out. strasburg to meeker to take on the cowboys. meeker tough to stop early on. logan hughes scores and jumps over the snow. touchdown cowboys. first it's hunter bergstrom on the ground. he goes to the right sideline and across the goal line for six. later the passing attack. getting crushed as he crosses
undefeated season. they win 34-14. number one la junta in the way of kent denver. the surprise out of 2a with a state title on the line. la junta looking like the number one team early on. ken denver pulled away for a big store late. joshua donald for the sun devils for a that cut the deficit to seven points in the third quarter. the tigers win 17-10 and catch the first state championship since 1958. >> it's the best feeling in the world to hold this in my hands a state championship. we haven't had one in a long, long time.. valor christian the winner of six state championship games in the past seven years. last year they depetted pomona for the title.
this will be another rematch with the bruins. the most exciting part of the game on the final drive. game tied at 7. clock ticking down in the 4th. mccaffrey brothers get to work. those would get the eagles in field goal range. that's when freshman brian brogan gets the call. he splits the uprights. time expires. valor win over the bruins to advance to the finals. scoreless in the first here. justin lamb gives to d.j. jackson. he makes one defender miss before finding the end zone for 6. pomona owned the second. ryan marcus on the move. he controls the high snap, gives it off to kenny mace for the equalizer. marcus rolls left, pumps fake and instead decides to keep it. he finds the corner of the end
pomona with a 24-7 victory. >> i can't describe it, man. facing adversity like we did these last couple of months, it's been tough. but it's always sad to see our players go down. when players step up like this and we come together as a team, you can't stop us. in 4a pine creek and chatfield part two. this time at jeffco stadium. the chargers playing from behind all day, but always within reach. down a score late in the second, colden arnie floats a pass to there to bring it in. the break tied at 7. pine creek had other plans. brock dohmann keeps it himself and takes it 76 yards to the ervin. chatfield keeps it close, just not close enough. the eagles win this 28-14. defending 4a champ windsor an underdog as they take on the southeast for the second time this season. plunging towards the goal line with the extra effort.
the regular season, broomfield came out on top once again thanks to big plays like this from jaylen torres. broomfield wins 25-13. the eagles face pine creek next saturday. number 11 mead looking to continue against two-time defending state champs pueblo east. riley glen finds estes down the field. a tied game at 21 apiece. pueblo's ground atime warner cable arena too -- ground attack. two minutes to go. the eagles win 28-21 and they will try for the third straight title next weekend. and finally perfect versus perfect. 12-0 silver creek taking on 12- 0 discovery canyon in the other 3a semi. the thunder faults when it mattered most. discovery on the board first.
the 3rd quarter now. jaken comes up with the interception. discovery advances to the title game with a 17-7 win. we posted the extended highlights and interviews from our games online. go to 9news.com/hss for more. guys, we have the 4a and 5a state championships at sports authority field at mile high and the 3a championship in the springs because it is between two springs towns. >> you have a lot of cover? >> as always. >> thank you. >> stay warm today. much more news coming up on 9news at 8:00. ten people shot overnight in new orleans french quarter and one person has died. police are working into the early morning hours to take a closer look at surveillance video hoping to figure out what happened. 11 years of service ends in an instant. a man has been arrested for hitting and killing colorado state patrol trooper cody donahue. celebrating the holidays doesn't mean you have to cover
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this is 9news. ten people shot overnight in new orleans french quarter. police are working into the early morning hours to try to figure out what happened. 11 years of service all a man has been arrested for killing trooper cody donahue. jill stein is pushing for a vote recount in some states. hillary clinton is on board and president-elect donald trump is calling it a scam. a short gain and a fumble! a touchdown! >> oh, that defense.
the cu buffaloes keep the stamp peeled rolling into the championship game. the focus now turns to fifth ranked washington. new this morning an investigation continues after ten people were shot overnight in the french quarter. one person has been killed. the victims are between 20 to 37 years old. police have detained a couple people who were illegally carrying weapons in the area but have not said they are directly connected to the shooting. right now police are interviewing witnesses and looking at footage. increased patrols were already in place in that area because of the bayou classic football college game. an historic season leads to an historic chance at a big title. that's the pac-12 championship. the cu buffaloes headed to california to play in that game. they beat utah at folsom field last night. >> oh, man, that game. after the game you could say fans were a little excited to say the least. here is reporter nelson garcia. >> cu buffs have won the game. we are in the middle of the
good time celebrating the pac- 12 south championship. they are headed to santa clara to take on washington. what does this mean to be able to win this game? >> this is everything. if you are from denver and you have -- this means everything. we are winning the championship. we are doing it all. 2016 is our year. >> reporter: now, you had a number of years where even winning one game in the pac-12 was an now you guys are champs. >> here is the only game that used to matter. cu-csu. now to know that we win every game and should win every game means everything. it's real. we keep rising. it's gonna be the rise to the top. >> reporter: now, be honest. at the beginning of the season did you expect any of this? no lying. >> i didn't. i didn't. i was such a good fan same way that he was a quasi broncos
>> i didn't expect us to win it all. but we're here. you know what? everything takes heart. compassion. we got it and the buffs are gonna do it all. >> reporter: are you gonna head to santa clara? >> you bet i am, for the second time this year! [ cheers and applause ]. >> reporter: i talked to a bump to a bunch of people heading to santa clara. have a good time. back to you. >> so excited. we can't >> something tells me a lot of those folks are still sleeping this morning. just a guess. we are getting fresh powder in the high country. a great day if you want to go skiing or snowboarding. let's check in with belen de leon. belen, it's really coming down in the high country. those cameras are covered in snow. >> it is. we knew it yesterday. i was talking about all of the advisories. so here is a live look at our webcam up in steamboat springs.
that's lincoln avenue right there. it is snow covered. can't see the sleeping giant. visibility is low. winds are strong in the mountains where the snow is falling and this storm system is moving through colorado. now several areas in the mountains will see up to about a foot of snow. travel advisories in effect until tuesday morning. that's how long we are expecting that snow to stick it around in the high country. today the temperatures here in the metro area are going to be cooler. we also have a chance at some morning rain and snow on th plains, and then our skies will clear this afternoon and the winds will take over. winds this afternoon could gusty up to 15 and 25 miles per hour. here is a look at doppler. it shows us where that snow is falling right now, mainly in the mountains along i-70. that drive is going to be a very difficult one. also some moisture out on the eastern plains and in northeastern colorado. it's a shame that folks in boulder were celebrating so late last night. they are missing out on light snow this morning. that's where it's falling as
the temperatures right now are in the 40s and 30s. this afternoon your temperatures are going to be in the 50s. so today cooler than yesterday, and tomorrow cooler than going cooling down for the rkyou read >> bring it on. we will bundle up. coloradans know how to dothis. thank you. looking just fine. increased from when we last checked in an hour ago. 48 miles per hour to and back from the high country right now. so, yeah, look at your look up copper mountain along i-70. the cars are going a little slower, as you can see some snow is covering the road, but not too bad, guys. no major alerts for you this morning. a busy night for denver police after three separate shootings in the metro area overnight. at least two people have been
in the hospital this morning. yeah. a shooting near broadway killed a man, injured another man. the two were shot near cherokee and arkansas early this morning. the victim, who survived, was rushed to the hospital. we don't know if police are looking for any suspects. we will update this story online. police are looking into a deadly shooting in the 5500 block of carson street. investigators are calling this one a death investigation, but did not say why. about ten miles way from there a triple shooting was reported overnight at 38th and high streets. re hospital. we are working to find out more about a shooting and a crash in downtown denver that killed a man. the two-car crash happened on west kentucky avenue and southwest denver near federal boulevard on saturday. police say the shooting victim was in the car. they have not said if they are look fog are a suspect. aurora police need the public's help finding amy sullivant. she has developmental disabilities. she was seen yesterday at a
if you see her police ask that you call 911. the man accused of hitting and killing a state patrol trooper on i-25 is facing charges this morning. 41-year-old noe gamez-ruiz is out of jail on bond after being arrested after friday's crash. he was charged with careless driving and failure to yield, both misdemeanors. investigators say noe gamez- ruiz hit and killed trooper cody donahue who was responding to another crash at the time. he was csp. he is the third state trooper in that department to be killed in the line of duty in 18 months. donald trump is calling an effort to recount election votes in some states a scam, even tweeting at least nine times this morning about how he disagrees with it. the president-elect says the people have voted and that the election is over. green party candidate jill stein raised millions of dollars to refund recounting voting in wisconsin, michigan, and minnesota.
friday in wisconsin. hillary clinton's campaign said it did not ask for a recount because they couldn't find any actionable evidence of hacking or tampering with the votes. still clinton did agree to participate in the stein- initiated recount. clinton's team will have team members on the ground monitoring the count. this is drawing criticism from donald trump who said the intention be for the green party to raise money since it's highly unlikely that the recount will cause any changes. here is a weird story. no one does black friday like the team behind cards against humanity. they continued their tradition of absurd black friday antics by raising thousands of dollars
now. there is a countdown clock and an option to donate. for every dollar there is .5 seconds added. it's not the first time they have done something like this. in 2014 they sold boxes of poop. they must have a following. they sold 30,000 boxes that day. >> yeah, that's normal. >> as for this hole, as of yesterday afternoon it raised more than $80,000 so far. so i don't think the digging is going to end i don't even know -- they never said where the hole is. >> it's just entertaining. that's all there is too it. >> is it? >> you can go black friday shopping or watch a hole being dug online. >> live streaming. it's there. people who wanted snow in colorado are going to see it in the high country. >> yeah. pretty significant storm rolling through right now as we look at the high country this morning. it will keep coming. how many inches are expected up there and will we get any down here in the metro area?
continue to stack up. and this is the reason why i continue to just hammer and hammer and hammer you guys about how you need to take it slow in the high here is the road. that looks like an ice rink out there. it is completely snow covered. it looks so icy. then you factor in winds that are going to be gusting up to 75 miles per hour there, and that is just a recipe for disaster. so we love the snow. we love to see it. we love to skin it slow. winter weather advisories in effect until 5:00 tuesday morning. near the divide and the front range mountains we could see from 6 to 12 inches. a winter storm warning will be in effect for parts of the high country also until tuesday at 6 a.m. our northern mountains from 10 to 20 inches, same near the san juans. that's how much snow we could see stack up by the storm moves out of here. that's not going to happen
rather, will show us where that snow and rain will be falling. again a chance for morning rain and snow here in the metro area through about lunchtime. it's in northeastern colorado as that snow just continues to fall in the high country. continues to stack on those roads, making it even more icy and slippery. this evening here in the city our skies will be partly to mostly cloudy, and our winds will increase as well. this afternoon we could see some sunshine, but those winds will be gusty at times. it will make it if i was you. overnight the snow tapers off a tad in the southern mountains but continues along i-70 in the northern mountains. the temperatures right now we are in the ?o20s and 30s. some 40-degree temperatures to the south and east. the 50s from fort collins into denver, and near the divide those temperatures will be the 30s. out on the western slope 43 degrees for the
>> thank you. 8:16 on your sunday. denver is the first city in america to allow the social use of marijuana at some businesses. while stestablishments with liq licenses cannot apply for a permit, other places in denver are looking into whether initiative 300 could help hurt business. the revolution on colfax avenue offers yoga and cycling classes. unique experience for customers. >> when we talk about tapping
brandon joining us to help us out with our holiday wreaths. i love your display here. how do we get started? i see a bunch of branches on this side and on this side they are put together. >> right. it's about pumping up your basic wreath. so you can get kind of a pre- made very basic -- >> a starter wreath. >> yeah. >> you have got your -- >> basics here? >> yes. then you can pump it up with natural materials an just really make it pop some we've got some mountain hemlock. we have got some juniper. we have got some holly. and some of these you can find in your garden. some you can get at a garden store. you want to wire each of them in, and then you have a pumped- up version. some even have little pinecones on them. >> when you are taking these branches, are you putting -- using wire, or just kind of shoving the stem end into the wreath itself?
>> okay. >> and i recommend wrapping it in floral tape so the wire doesn't cut you. >> right. >> take a piece like this, just kind of, you know, put it wherever you want, tie it in there? >> yeah. >> very cool. >> once you get that, you can pump it up even more. >> and you can get really fancy and add l.e.d. lights. >> look at those. >> these have battery packs. these last forever. hide the battery pack. it's really easy. just kind of tuck it in there. it has nice copper wire. you don't have to worry about hiding the wire, and it's moldable. >> that looks beautiful at night, brandon? >> yeah. >> good stuff. you have some extra decorations on there, too. >> that's right. >> little pinecones and the birds. >> you can go natural. you can go glitter glam. >> whatever you want. >> and then one last tip i want to give is to make your wreath last, once you have all the natural materials on before you put all the artificial things
from colorado's sports leader here is aaron matas. >> good morning. the buffs are running directly into the pac-12 championship game after beating utah in boulder last night. cu did it once again with its terrific defense. the utes could get nothing into the end zone. buffs strip joe williams in the red zone. the fumb r lead and extended it. sefo liufau to shea fields. liufau's 60th career touchdown pass. ties the school record. the defense again williams gets stripped again. brings it back for a touchdown. colorado won 27-22 to clench the pac-12 south. >> it's a great feeling, you know. to put in all this hard work
think we have been working really hard for all the time i have been here. we don't have much to show for it. this year we do. >> look around you. this is what you guys have done. >> it's crazy. it's a crazy atmosphere. you know, we just are so blessed to be in this position. we just faced a great team. good for the class. coach mac and the whole team, they stick behind us all four years. to turn this program around like we did >> reporter: how does it feel to send the sores -- seniors out will like that? >> feels good. we got a banquet tomorrow. we start it tomorrow. we start practice again, actually, tomorrow. >> reporter: got another win in ya next friday night? >> i mean, i say yes. we just got to go back, fix the mistakes, and be ready for washington. >> wow. what a story. how about colorado state? their offense has been very
continued last night in san diego. nick stevens connected with michael gallop for a couple of first half touchdowns. the rams just jumped all over the aztecs. robert ruiz broke a school record with a 91 punt return for a touchdown. the rams win it 63-31. they will now wait for their bowl opponent. wyoming has a chance to host the mountain west championship game, but not a good performance against new mexico. la one. the lobos score on the next play. really jumped all over the pokes as well. here is your final score. wyoming will play next week against san diego state in the mountain west championship game. fifth straight game the avalanche are without their captain. gabriel landeskog continued to heal from a lower body injury. avs hosted vancouver last night. fell behind early, but tied it
goal. canucks won in a shootout. avs back in action tuesday against nashville. university of denver hockey hosting wisconsin. pioneers two man advantage and their super freshman borgstrom scored on the short side. a 3-2 game. the pioneers won it 6-5 to extend their unbeaten streak to 12 games. du men's soccer beat washington in the third round of the ncaa tournament. a secondf pioneers up 2-0. they went on to win 2-1 and will either play clemson or albany in the
hundreds of people protesting the dakota pipeline may be forced to demonstrate somewhere else. we are down to our final six teams. taylor has results from the state semi-final games coming up later in the prep rally. first, 8:32 on your sunday morning, our belen de leon joining us with the forecast. it looks like we are already getting snow in the high country, and belen, the temperatures will just get cooler? >> it is. i am going to come in for a second. it's cuddle weather this morning. me >> me, too, belen. ?? don't leave me out. >> it's chilly this morning. you want to stay in bed a little bit longer, pull those covers up, because outside right now the temperatures are in the 30s. in the high country, oh, it looks like a winter wonderland. you can check that one off. look at the divide right now as that snow is falling. the ride right now up to the divide is going to be a difficult one with those icy and snowpacked roads, and we already have some skiers and snowboarders that are making
there at loveland. we will have blowing snow for the mountains. accumulations from 3 to 7 inches. here in lower elevations a isol showers and gusts this afternoon up to 40 miles per hour. most of that snow will be falling in the high country and it's going to take us all the way through tuesday morning by the time the storm moves out. we will be measuring that snow in feet in the high country. it's great for ski and snowboarding. you got drive in it. that's the tough part. the snow is falling in the mountains, the foothills, action as well. also some showers in northeastern colorado. there you see where that snow is falling. it's very light. any moisture in lower elevations will bring little to no accumulations. so we will let you know what's in store for the afternoon and your work week coming up in a few. >> sounds good. thank you so much. 8:33 now. many cuban-american took to the streets this weekend after fidel castro died on friday. castro ruled cuba for nearly half a century.
thousands gathered in little havana, honking horns, setting off fireworks and waving cuban flags in celebration. some say it's going to take a lot of work to make any change in cuba. >> leaders around the world had different reactions. russian president vladimir putin called castro a sincere and reliable friend. president-elect donald trump said fidel castro is dead. he called him a brutal obama started to restore diplomatic relations with cuba. the administration is still waiting on congress to end a trade embargo with the island country. many lawmakers here said they will not support that until the castro family is out of power. >> he was a sadistic murderer who brought great suffering to the 11 million people of cuba. he should not be revered. he should be reviled. >> all that it has caused is sadness, tragedy, death, is
that is the legacy of fidel castro. >> raul castro says he will retire sometime in 2018. the first of several funerals in tennessee happened saturday after six children were killed in a bus crash while on the way home from school. on saturday there was a funeral for a sad update for a miboy in police found mcghee's body two went missing. he had autism and went missing during the family's thanksgiving celebration thursday. he is the nephew of former nba player marcus camby. police found his body in a pond in pearland, texas. volunteers and police say the family was very devastated, as
help. protests against the dakota access pipeline continue, but starting next week the land that the protesters are standing on could be closed. the army corps of engineers plans to close the land and december 5th after issuing eviction notices in the area. officials say the closure means nothing unless federal officers enforce it. protesters don't plan on leaving anytime soon. saturday more than 400 people marched in bismarck, north dakota, supporting the officers working on the they say it was not an anti- or pro pipeline protest. we have the video here. nobody was hurt. this time bakersfield, california the victim a 98-cent store. not 99 cents. 98 cents. the $0.98 store. driver's brakes were stuck. the store was closed when it happens. >> one thing different about this story is that the car so slowly rolled through that shop. >> yeah. you could tell she didn't want to go through the front door,
your brakes don't work. so this christmas tradition a bit different thmaking cookie completely different. >> on the other end and scary. thousands of people in austriaf krampus. >> a german legend who punishes bad kids by beating them and putting them into a basket on ?? his back. it reminds me of dwight from th;;e office. remember when he dresses up krampus? krampuss ran through the streets of an austrian town ?b?sjumpcane several of the people watching
8:40 on your sunday. meteorologist belen de leon is joining us with our forecast. belen, for those coloradans who went up to high country, they will need to be careful coming back because this afternoon could get tricky along i-70? >> yeah. that started early this morning in the central mountains and it's just going to continue to pile up through the afternoon. it's going to make it more difficult along that main stretch. now, we already have light rain and snow on the front range as well. you can't boulder camera. all you can see is the really dark clouds. currently, we have some very light moisture falling across the front rangand along i-25. shouldn'get into any problems for you if you are traveling up and down the i-25 corridor and
currently 30 miles per hour to the south and x7also gusty the foothills. not let up. they will only get stronger this evening when a high wind watch will go into effect from 6,000 to about 9,000 feet up to 75 miles pehour in our foothills. 29 will be the low tonight. winds in the metro area from 20 to 30 miles per hour. tomorrow the high of 47 degrees. tuesday 36. wednesday 38. thursday a high of 41 degrees. friday a high of 32 degrees as
we are almost done with 2016. >> november has gone so fast. i think because we had so many great days early on in terms of the weather. it was nice and warm. we are into it now. snow is falling. >> his beard was not there one second. now it's the end of november. >> you are not going to want to get rid of the beard with the chilly temperatures. that will keep you warm. >> it will take a chainsaw to get this thing off. . taylor temby is here with prep sports. >> that sounds awful. >> wow. >> three new state championships. so highlights, we have all those from saturday's semifinal and championship games coming
six semi-final games saturday held no shortage of excitement in our playoffs. we will start with the at-man state title game. sedgwick versus akron. the same pairing in last year's title game. the cougars won big. would this be the same? first quarter looking favorable for sedgwick. up 12-0. marquez finds a hole and hauls up the sideline for the 18-0 lead. they hang on in the third. quarterback brendan emke lays one out for mikelsen. over to the fourth now. akron a strong running team went to the air in hopes of catching sedgwick. a wide open brock benson for the score. despite the late td akron couldn't catch up. sedgwick county goes back to back with a 41-11 win. >> it's a big thing for our community, you know, going back to back. everybody throughout the whole community shows up to these games. it's good to play for them,
>> two 12-0 teams duking it out. strasburg to meeker to take on the cowboys. meeker was tough to stop early on. logan hughes scores. then jumps over the snow. it's touchdown cowboys. first hunter bergstrom on the ground. he goes to the right sideline and across the goal line for six. connor martin to damon un undefeated season with a state championship. they win 34-14. number one la junta standing in the way of kent denver. the surprise out of 2a with the 2a state title on the line. la junta looking like the number one team early. isaiah pa it ique to the end zone. joshua mcdonald for the sun devils burst out of the defense for -yard touchdown.
points in the 3rd quarter. it wasn't enough. the tigers win 17-10 to capture their first state championship since 1958. >> it's the best feeling in the world to hold this in my hands. it's freaking amazing, man. a state championship. we haven't had one in a long, long time. >> valor christian the winner of six state championships in the past seven years. last year they defeated pomona. the year before that they fell to cherry creek in the championship game. no question about it, some teams. this is another rematch with the bruins. the most exciting part of the game on the final drive. game tied at 7. clock ticking down in the 4. the mccaffrey brothers got to work. each has a huge rush on the drive. that gets the eagles in field goal range. brogan gets the call. a 27-yard field goal and he splits the uprights. time expires. valor gets the last second.
finals. they have to get through regis. scoreless in the first. justin lamb to d.j. jackson. he makes one defender miss before finding the end zone for six. pomona owned the second. ryan marquez on the move. controls the high snap. gives it off to kenny mace for the equalizer. the panthers would keep the momentum going. marcus rolls left, pump-fakes, and keeps it himself. he finds the corner of the end zone to extend his pomona with a 24-7 victory. 4a pine creek and chatfield. the chargers playing from behind?-?"all day but al?>yf?(w within h. down a score late in the co. a pass to the corner and rumsy
overa 7ngk9??3rvon low with the huge return on this. that sets up a tohdown a plays late discovery canyon advances to the title game with the 17-7 win. we posted the extended highlights and interviews from al visit 9news.com/hss for more. 4 games arenturday at mile high. the 3a state championship in the colorado springs area. >> yeah, we know you will be busy putting on the miles. thanks, taylor. it has been two weeks since the broncos won in dramatic fashion in new orleans. they had a bye week to prep for today. >> they take on the kansas city chiefs tonight fkat mile high a