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last night, west of 470. >> reporter: we can see crews getting ready for the commute by adding barricades. clearly they are anticipating this to last for a while. this is a swat standoff that we saw last night and has continued. it started last night before 9 pm as deputies were looking into a welfare check may try to make contact with a man at this location but he fired a gun from the front of his house. one round went off but no one was hit and no one was hurt. a reverse 911 call went to the people in the area and those homes closest to where this is happening the ones evacuated. there was an rtd bus on scene if anyone needed to stay warm. aurora police are working with arapahoe county sheriff's office and it is a suicidal man who barricaded himself inside a home.
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this affecting surrounding areas. as you head out, be prepared for this to impact your commute. shawn chitnis. you can see where sean is and the weather is changing out there. things are cooling down. >> lauren is here to talk about that. >> winter weather advisories for the mountains and parts of the foothills. a good shot of snow but very quick. it leaves by tomorrow afternoon but some of the southern mounds could see up to 8 to 14 inches a of snow. we have 4 to 8 inches of snow. we will talk specifics in a little bit. we are looking at cloud cover in the high country and for the front ranch. the snow isn't here yet but 30 degrees in boulder. denver 26. 25 avon. hour by hour, by noon, 48. 49 by 2:00. we could see rain in denver
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grab your umbrella to use later throughout the day. will talk more about the snow in a moment. we have been watching a situation. i-25 and founders. it is starting to load up south of town. we have right at broadway and this is the northbound direction past kentucky, right at i-25, full closure due to a four car accident and so we will continue to watch that. northbound broadway closed at i- 25. you are still able to access if you need to onto i-25. here we are, this is hampton and himalaya. you can take with the two himalaya and that will be fine. hampton is closed and himalaya. we will take a big meeting bound to the west. one lane open of i-70. we finally get to say that. it is with a pilot car and will
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the closures will be in place over the next few days. one suggest to change, take colorado boulevard to silverthorne. this road may be bigger and able to handle volume. if you are about to get in your car turn on koa newsradio. get you traffic every 10 minutes. big story. closing arguments are set to begin in the case of a woman on trial for a brutal attack on a michelle wilkins. jamie leonard is live at the boulder county courthouse. >> reporter: the trial for denial lane almost over and a week ahead of schedule. attorneys for both sides this morning have a chance for closing arguments. prosecutors rested their case friday morning after calling 16 witnesses since wednesday.
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calling any witnesses. dynel lane is charged with first-degree murder and unlawful termination of a pregnancy after cutting a baby from michelle wilkins wilm. after hearing testimony the judge will allow jurors to convict lane of lesser second- degree >> best case scenario is to hope that the jurors don't find the meditation or that there is somebody on that panel that says something has to be wrong with her. >> lanes attorney is not making the case that she is saying and if she is convicted, she faces 204 years in prison. arguments will begin this morning at 9 am. jamie leary. incredible what we are finding out about the shooting in west michigan. the uber drivers who went on a shooting spree picked up a drop off passengers in between shootings.
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jail. don champion. >> reporter: jason dalton faces multiple murder and weapons chargesconnected to a deadly shooting rampage in kalamazoo. officials say that driver targeted his victims at random. mark danon gets chills. >> it is crazy to think this man could have done these things. and came out with a straight face like he is going to work. >> he heard about the killings and got nervous when dalton picked them up in a car that matched the one police are looking for. >> we said hey you are not the guy are you and he said no. >> richard smith and his son tyler were killed car shopping at this dealership. barbara hawthorne was killed at a cracker barrel. >> when this kind of thing strikes, you never expect it to be this close to home. >> the first victim was a woman who was shot multiple times at this apartment complex. she is expected to survive.
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children including julie coleman. >> he shot her once and she was running and he shot her again and she fell. she asked to help me. >> dalton had no prior criminal history. uber chief security officer released a statement saying we are horrified and heartbroken at the senseless violence and our hearts and prayers go out with the families of the victims. a man in custody after the killing of a woman in downtown denver. a welfare check yesterday turned into finding a body in an apartment off park avenue. the identities of the suspect and the victim are not out yet. a crash send a dozen people to the hospital and police want to find out who the person involved. howard nathan said some of the belts. a major accident here has
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get the message to buckle up for safety. civic. a woman passenger in the center was ejected any child in the honda was also unrestrained. according to the police. condition. four children were not wearing a seatbelt were were under strained. it disturbs them. >> we have issues about folks driving around with kids unrestrained. >> a third car was hit with the saturn bounced into it. >> chaos here. emergency vehicles >> the police will investigate. howard nathan, cbs4. latest in the closure of i- 70. larimer county. cdot did reopen one lane. this stretch of highway has been closed since last monday. there is still a lot of work to be done.
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again from 9 am until 4 pm over the next several days. you can get by at other times but not during those hours. driver should expect delays of an hour or more. a pilot car will guide vehicle as crews continue. >> people have to be prepared that while we are running cars that there will still be shutdowns enclosures as we're scaling. >> cdot encouraging drivers to use detours as they move from. because of the delays. that go around is four hours. we had the detours listed on our website, cbs this may have happened to you. check out this video from estes park. brandy applegate posted this on facebook saying traffic around here is ridiculous in estes park. the elk were following the roads rules.
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recorded in fiji and the southern hemisphere. winston slammed the island saturday with news of 180 miles an hour winds. six are dead. trees are flattened. power is out. people are worried about landslides. it is not often first responders get a chance to reunite with people who had saved their lives and it is rare for it to happen a decade later. one little boy had to say thank you. here is jeff todd. we went to this other pond that we can catch fish. >> he loves to fish. >> i caught a 50 pound turtle. >> you love to tell the stories. >> i jerked my poll with a hook and a bobber next to this whole and this fraud came out. >> he has another story where the details are unbelievable. >> i saw a pitchfork and i
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>> march 3, 2009. a day these firefighters will never forget. >> i think of that call every time i drive by. >> we pulled a one-year-old child out of the creek. the two-year-old child is not breathing. >> we got him in the ambulance and he was slippery and cold and wet. came into the ambulance doing cpr and when we arrived at the hospital we delivered him screaming. >> i knew it was hard for them to find a baby in that condition and then actually bring it back to life. >> robby now grown-up wanted to say thank you. >> because they saved my life -- >> his big sister saw him fall in the creek. it meant a lot to her. >> seven years ago, no one could forget the story and now an unforgettable reunion. >> we get enough things that go on to have something positive come out so many years later is feeling good.
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whole life. >> that is a beautiful story. jeff todd reporting. the mother is looking for two more people to say thank and those were the men that lived by any nearby apartment that pulled him from the water and started cpr. ernest gallegos and mr. montoya are the names. 30 degrees in denver and lauren is tracking the possibility of snow.
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,, small republican field with jeb bush out and donald trump over the weekend in south carolina. hillary clinton got her own win in nevada. >> democrats will focus on the south and republicans to the west. here is don champion. >> reporter: it was a good weekend for the front runners in the race for the white house. primary, donald trump talked for the nomination. >> i am dealing with talented good people. and i think they will be we have competition. >> us senator ted cruz and marco rubio are fighting for second place as the republicans turned their attention to the both are courting the latino >> each generation before us confronted their problems.
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problems for the kids. >> if you look at the hispanic community now communities have been hurt harder by the disastrous obama clinton side. >> clinton has gained momentum saturday's nevada caucuses. she is hoping to solidify support in the dozen states that will vote on super tuesday support in the dozen states that will vote on super tuesday, march 1.>> something really special is happening here . >> bernie sanders is hoping to bounce back with wins in colorado, minnesota and vermont. >> we will see the results of one of the great political upsets in the history of the united states. >> first he and clinton have to get to saturday's democratic primary in south carolina. don champion. more than half of the votes needed to when the nomination will be determined in the 28
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trending, 106-year-old visitor to the white house dances with the president and the first lady. virginia mclaurin chatted with the president and wife before she started dancing. >> so nice to see you. >> you slow down. >> her energy is outstanding. michelle obama told mclaurin she wanted to be like her when she grew up. who doesn't echo that. she is amazing out there. >> lots of energy that is great. let's talk about the weather. >> it cracked me up versus we. outside we have a full moon.
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beautiful outside this morning. this is the full snow moon. and that will fit as we see snow today. let's check in with our satellite radar. no action yet. we're waiting for the snow to move on in later today. a few clouds across the front range and we do have winter weather advisories in place tomorrow. 48 inches of snow for snow totals and southern mounds, some spots in the sangro de cristo's, over a foot of snow. zooming into parts of the foothills evergreen and douglas county and southern foothills, 6 to 10 inches of snow. a lot of it will be south of i- 70 and on i-70, 48 inches of snow. towards the tunnels, idaho springs, traffic will be tough tomorrow morning. in denver we are not looking at 6 to 10 inches of snow.
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the time this wraps up. taking a look at future cast for today, the morning hours are mild. by lunchtime after that the snow is starting to get more widespread and rolling into the snow to ramp up into the evening. in denver eastern plains we may pick up rain throughout the afternoon and into the evening. temperatures day will. tomorrow morning we could wake up to snow for the commute to work. that is when mother nature let's to hit and this clears out. we could the sunshine in the afternoon tomorrow and snow will continue. again it is a fast-moving 30 degrees in denver. right now, 28 in boulder. 16 leadville. 32 in grand junction. highs for today, 49 in denver. 50 boulder. eastern plains. high country in the 30s. again we start off fairly dry and again a chance for rain.
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by 9:00 maybe this will turn to a rain snow mix and for the five day forecast tomorrow, snowy side in the upper 30s. wednesday, back to the 40s with sunshine and warm and mild. flashing lights on your screen. i-25 in logan. we have an issue on broadway. this is an accident that involves four cars. northbound broadway at i-25 blocked. it will make it tough for people heading northbound on broadway. usual slowing, these are the normal closures that are typically in place due to construction on the ramp to havana. shawn chitnis has been reporting. hamden and himalaya, shut down at himalaya. use a jewel or quincy as alternates to get around. you can't access across hampton. if you are trying to get to e-
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able to do that from hampton. i-70 has reopened with a pilot car. one lane. they will take traffic down this way in the one lane and turn around to pick up the other current head back this way. expect one hour delays. if you are in mind by 9 am you should be okay but full daytime closures, 9 am to 4 pm. instead of highway 131, cdot is suggesting using -- using 131. heading north from silverthorne to steamboat before you head west to craig and south past meeker and back to rifle in the south. the snow is coming out and that is one thing that could hamper operation cdot. be prepared, we could have full closures even when it is supposed to be open tonight. furniture row racing team was this close in the daytona 500. martin truex junior did not
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lead for almost the entire race. the team had started the back of the pack and used a backup car. it was not a good day for danica patrick. almost entirely airborne and flipping. she wracked with 15 -- 16 laps left. she is fortunate she didn't flip. truex won the daytona 500 down the stretch. net to net with joe gibbs. it was the closest finish in the history of the 500. furniture row got second. >> i wish we could have one but it will be on the highlight reel for the rest of my career. we all want to win. this is competition. i would be lying if i said i didn't want to win. denny's mom posted some of her sons writing from third grade on twitter. titled the daytona 500 underwriting said he would want
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he would want to win on february 17, 1998. he missed that deadline but the last line readings, i love racing. (donkey sound) (elephant sound) there's a big difference between making noise, (tapping sound) and making sense. (elephant sound) (donkey sound) when it comes to we need more than our next president needs a real plan to keep social security strong. hey candidates. enough talk.
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the world a president has to grapple with. sometimes you can't even imagine. that's the job. and she's the one who's proven she can get it done. ...securing a massive reduction in nuclear weapons... ...standing up against the abuse of women...
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...expanding benefits for the national guard... ...and winning health care for 8 million children... the presidency is the toughest job in the world and she's the one who'll make a real difference for you. i'm hillary clinton and i
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. traveling with pets is easier and cheaper if you go by train. amtrak is expanding a program it announced. this we can pets were able to climb aboard the train in baltimore. it was a blessing for one woman not happy to leave her dog at home. >> i travel so much for work during the week that when i get to travel on the weekend for fun i get to bring my bunny with me. >> paller and oscar used to travel by plane and that was six times the fair amtrak charges. more train travel is in the future. dead pool destroyed box office competition for the
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>> we can fight this. >> the superhero flick tops the box office and took in $55 million. $235 million since its release. kung fu panda 3 came in second. risen, a drama about the search for the body of jesus, to your. the which opened in fourth and romantic comedy how to be single was fifth. this morning, 30 degrees right now in denver. breaking in a war, people out of their homes and swat officers trying to get a person barricaded in one home to surrender. coming up this morning, the trial of the woman accused of cutting an unborn baby from the womb of another warm and continues this morning. and why it is so difficult for
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,, is the economy rigged? well, the 15 richest americans acquired more wealth than the bottom i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. my plan -- make wall street banks and the ultra-rich provide living wages for working people, the middle class unless we level with your help, as president, we will. people evacuated from their homes in one neighborhood. the standoff has been ongoing since 9:00 last night. shots fired at police.
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>> reporter: we are noticing in the last 10 to 15 minutes of lot of things coming off. that is something new we have noticed recently. it has been pretty quiet and we have seen the same scene with a lot of police presence here as well and along the street behind me. let's talk about how this started. happening around 9:00 last night. to deputies were trying to respond to a welfare check and they went to a location where there was a man that was listed in that area. he tried to -- he did fire a off. no one was hit in the deputies did not respond fire. a reverse 911 call went out to people in the area. the homes closest were evacuated. and rtd bus was on scene in case anyone needed to stay warm.


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