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hi, everybody. people are back in their homes after the discovery of dangerous chemicals forces them out on halloween. this is the news on cbs4. i'm alan gionet. copter 4 shows us where the bomb squad blew up the chemicals in castle rock. you can see the damage just behind the home where they found those chemicals.
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there's still a lot of questions about the chemicals and the arrests of the teenagers that led to their discovery. >> reporter: yes, still a lot of questions, the investigation pretty fresh. fortunately those 30 people allowed back into their homes. behind me is the house under investigation. now there are still bags piled in the driveway labeled hazardous materials. it's literally just behind this house in a sand trap where police detonated the explosive devi [ sound of explosion ] >> reporter: that happened last night about 12 hours after investigators made the discovery of what they described as volatile chemicals. that discovery came after police arrested two teens suspecting they may be connected to a spring of car break-in -- string of car break- ins.
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teens. one of the two teens had an extensive knowledge of chemicals and what was being manufactured was sophisticated. one neighbor told us she was grateful police found the explosives and couldn't believe they were being made a few houses down. >> based on the neighborhood, total shock. this is a very quiet neighborhood. very few problems. i just >> in my time here i have not seen this level of sophistication from a juvenile. >> reporter: now, the scene here has been processed and shut down. i'm told the families will have to contract somebody to come clean up this hazardous waste while police supervise. both teens still in custody based on charges not related
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jamie leary, cbs4 news. >> thank you, jamie. searchers are looking for the remains of a child in a landfill in alt, north of greeley. the child's grandfather reported the 13-month-old missing last week of the the boy lived with his mother and boyfriend in cheyenne. that boyfriend is being blamed. logan involuntary manslaughter and child endangerment. he said the boy fell and hit his head. he said he left the body in a container at a community college. that trash goes to a landfill in ault. several agencies are helping in a grid search looking for the toddler's body. we are told it could take as long as two weeks to complete that search.
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alabama continues to burn after an explosion, a big one. a crew hit the line with a piece of equipment. one person died in that explosion. it sent massive flames and clouds of thick black smoke into the skies over central alabama. it started wildfires and that forced evacuations. >> when you're dealing with fire you just don't know how fast it will move. we're trying to get this under control. >> the colonial pipeline proves 50 million people stretching from the gulf coast up to new england. experts say they could all face high prices at the pump by the weekend, as well as shortages. the feds will join the investigation into the deadly crash involving a school bus and commuter bus this morning in baltimore. six people are dead from this crash. five on that metropolitan transit authority bus.
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>> we have unfortunately six families that we have to notify that their loved ones aren't coming home. >> reporter: no children were yet aboard the school bus that collided with a maryland public bus this morning in southwest baltimore. the driver of the school bus died, as well as at least five more aboard the mta bus. >> obviously folks who are on a bus this time of the morning are working folks. they're on their way to make a living, on their way to their jobs and on their support their families. >> reporter: the impact obliterated parts of both buses, shearing off the side of the mta bus, crumpling the front of the school bus and scattering debris. >> it literally looks like a bomb exploded in the bus. catastrophic damage. >> reporter: investigators say the bus truck the rear of this mustang, then hit a concrete pillar before veering into oncoming traffic into the path of the mta bus.
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place. >> reporter: one man heard a helicopter over his house, and went outside and found the wreckage. >> i can't believe this crash happened, especially being as how the traffic conditions were relatively light. >> reporter: investigators say it will take a lot of resources to figure out exactly what happened. mark albert, cbs news, baltimore. >> terrible crash. new developments in the fight for mosul. iraqi and kurdish troops are entering the outskirts of the city after more than two weeks of fighting isis has controlled that city more than two years. iraqi special forces have taken the state television building despite heavy resistance. many 7500 isis fighters could be inside mosul, prompting warnings it could take weeks or months to secure that city and its million and a half people. new details about the man who died after being stabbed on a street in brighton early this morning. that was 34-year-old antonio
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home park. they think the stabbing may have started at a fight in a party in a home in the area. the gun store in parker that was burglarized has raised concern. happened early saturday morning in parker. the thieves took 2 aq 47 rifles, ar 15 rifle and one shotgun. the district attorney sees a number of pr would talk to local law enforcement, police officers, sheriff's deputies, atf and consult someone called mr. common assess in some cases and that is put weapons in a position where they cannot be easily stolen, where they lack either the firing pin or bolt mechanism, something that makes them less valuable and less functional. >> police hope cameras from nearby businesses got a look at
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final week of election season. that means donald trump is increasing pressure in swing states like colorado. the latest abc news washington post poll gives trump a one- point lead over democrat hillary clinton. craig boswell explains that new fbi investigation and e-mails are front and center. >> reporter: hillary clinton says the fbi won't find anything wrong in a batch of newly discovered e-mails. >> if they want to look at some more e-mails of one staffers, by all means go ahead, look at them. >> reporter: the bureau is pouring over thousands of e- mails discovered on a laptop clinton's aide shared with her estranged husband. >> do you think right now that hillary clinton is happy with the services of huma? i don't think so. >> reporter: the clinton campaign accuses james comey of having a double standard for
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mails while refusing to confirm they're investigating possible links between trump's campaign and russia. >> what we're hearing is they're investigating trump's ex campaign manager over his connections to the russians. >> reporter: "the new york times" says this did look into and found no link. >> reporter: trump is trying to tie clinton to the president's health care plan, which announced premiums are going up an average >> hillary clinton wants to double down on obamacare, make it even more expensive. >> reporter: tuesday clinton will try to shift the attention back to trump when she campaigns with the beauty pageant winner trump once criticized because she gained weight. craig boswell, cbs news, the white house. >> trump said in colorado, even
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ballots, picking and choosing one ones to deliver. >> he's saying that, has the nerve to say letter carriers are going to destroy ballots? he has x-ray eyes? that's crazy. >> the governor called the attacks an insult to the integrity of colorado's election system. chelsea clinton will be in colorado this evening. today she got a get out the vote event going in aurora. tomorrow she's going to office there. and mike pence is also returning to colorado. he's going to be in loveland tomorrow evening, that rally is set for the larimer county fairgrounds at 5:30. more than a third of colorado's voters have cast their ballots already in this year's election. as of this morning, the secretary of state's office says 1,067,685 ballots are already in. jefferson county is the county
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democrats continue to turn in more ballots than republicans. as far as mailing the ballots, the postal service recommends mailing them today to make sure they arrive, get them in the mail by today. otherwise, you'll want to drop them off in person or vote in person. if you need to fine more information about a dropoff location or how to vote in person, you can head to the campaign 2016 section at cbsdenver.com. you'll also find details on those campaign appearances i rock scaling work on i-70 at georgetown hill, cdot is clearing the rock debris that's built up along that rock fall netting. that means a crane lifts the netting, then the loose rock is pushed into a temporary barrier. that means drivers can expect delays at times today through thursday, trying to squeeze that work in before ski season. our hot dry weather taking a toll in the ski area. keystone announced this morning
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loveland says it is making snow, and overnight temperatures look good. but loveland still has not set an opening date. meteorologist ashton altieri is in colorado's weather center right now. it's a shade cooler today. >> yeah, it's a little bit cooler. you were just talking about keystone pushing back opening day by at least a week, they were supposed to open this friday. here's why. this is the web cam at keystone. yes, over 11,000 feet. along the front range a mix of sun and clouds. it's a little cooler than yesterday. 57. we have wind on the south side of town. we were talking about that earlier. we'll share the full forecast coming up. ashton, thanks a lot. hydathode, the un-- "today," the unsuspected welcome discovery firefighters made in the rubble in the earthquake in italy.
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donald trump, and has "urged republicans to stop stalling on immigration reform." mike coffman. "reliable." a "leader." unlike morgan carroll, who the post calls "disingenuous" and "partisan." "if we're ever to see gridlock reduced in congress, we need more representatives like coffman." mike coffman. endorsed by the denver post for congress. i'm mike coffman, and i approve this message. developing now, tremors continue to rattle central italy as crews try to save religious artifacts and paintings from a church destroyed by the weekend's quake. one bright note, firefighters managed to free a dog trapped in the rubble. look at the dog there.
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but thousands of people are homeless. that area has had more than 1100 aftershocks after the past two days. for months they've been going through that there. >> tough situation over there. october is now in the books. >> it is. historic october. turned out to be well, a tie for second place in terms of the warmest octobers on record. we did set a record for the warmest halloween at nine degrees yesterday. tied that record as well. for early november, it's still on the warm side. right now on our rooftop upper 50s. some cloud cover up and down the front range. and some wind on the south and southeast sides of town. you can see what i'm talking about here. westminster the winds at 6 miles per hour. highlands ranch 27 miles per hour wind. windy to the south.
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temperatures up little bit more than the temps would otherwise be. we should be well into the 60s over the next few hours in douglas county. most of us will top out in the mid- to upper 60s for high temperatures here this afternoon. despite the fact that a cold front has gone by. but this is why we're not in record territory, near 80 like we were yesterday. behind this front we have an upper level system coming in from the west. that will produce a couple of rain and snow showers this afternoon in the colorado high country. nothing signan there are a few showers near the flattops near meeker. and more substantial rain in wyoming. they need the rain there as much as we do in colorado. it's a good thing, near larimer, 80 corridor going up that way, they've got some rain. here's the futurecast through 6:00 p.m., few rain and snow showers in the mountains. the snow level is high, up around 10,000 feet. any accumulation in the mountains is going to be very limited. maybe an inch or two for a few
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same situation for tomorrow. few rain and snow showers in the high country snow level maybe 9,000 feet. for denver and the front range we'll keep it dry the next couple of days, outside of maybe a renegade rain drop, but that would be it. 67 in denver this afternoon. 60 tomorrow. back up near 70 as we wrap up the week thursday and friday, 69 followed by 71. then we'll put in a small chance of rain on saturday. chance looks grim perhaps that chance could become a little better the next few days, because we need the rain. >> we sure do. >> and we need the snow in the mountain. web cam view of keystone not good. >> thanks, ashton. coming up, researchers here in colorado are at the front lines of a patch to help kids with peanut allergies. we'll explain how that works just ahead. first let's take a live look at
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peanut allergies are in today's health watch. a new study shows a skin patch may help protect children. it delivers a small dose of peanut protein. kathy walsh explains the research, some of which was done here at national jewish. >> reporter: alex sturgis has been wary of peanuts for as long as >> if i eat one little bit, my throat can close up. >> reporter: in 2011 he took part in a safety study. every day he wore a disc with peanut protein. >> looks good. no swelling. >> reporter: after a year of clinical trials researchers found nearly half of those treated with the patch could eat 10 times more peanut than before. >> ten times more peanut actually for a lot of these
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one peanut. so these are not kids who can go out and ate peanut and butter sandwich. >> reporter: she says the treatment could help prevent a reaction from a small exposure. >> it's definitely not a cure, but i think it gives us a lot of information. >> reporter: cho cautions researchers need to look at long-term results to see if the patch is kathy walsh, cbs4 news. 87-year-old woman said she did not notice the flames coming out of the front of her car until a police officer yelled at her to get out. a body cam on the officer recorded what happened. deborah speer was on the way to the doctor in santa fe driving on a flat tire and sparks caused the front tire to catch fire. the officer got her out, even retrieving her cane before putting the flames out. she's okay. she said she usually takes her
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none of us want to lose. i'm gail schwartz, and i'm running for congress to stop the sale of our public lands. coloradans should have the freedom to use this land for ranching, hunting and fishing, not watch it sold off to the highest bidder. scott tipton wants to cut off our access to these lands for generations to come, killing thousands of jobs. i approved this message
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today dr. phil tackles an all too familiar problem. monique and eric believe their mother has been catfished by a man claiming to be david adams. she's given him all of her life savings, even though she admits it's a mistake. >> how could you -- >> you know, the thing is, i was stupid, eric. i fell in love with somebody that was nice to me. >> how with someone you've never seen? >> how can i fall in love with a movie star i've never seen either when i was younger. >> you didn't give him all your money. >> what can dr. phil do? you can find out today at 4:00. and at 5:00 it's called the dark net. illegal activity online. find out how authorities are cracking down and how easy it is to find. a family's mission to alert
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that affects young kids, all at 5:00 today. ashton is back now. cooler today than yesterday. still above normal for this time of year. there it is, that grim sight at the top of keystone. we need snow in the mountains and rain here. couple of small chances. i'm afraid no ,, ,, scott tipton -- our congressman? or is he a real-estate agent for big-money campaign contributors? tipton sponsored a bill to give away our public lands to his out-of-state donors. over 30 colorado business leaders
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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
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>> quinn: look at you! out of bed and downstairs. >> eric: look at me. >> quinn: mmm. there you go. [ sighs ] yeah, it's so good to see you out and about. >> eric: almost, huh? >> quinn: you know what, you got a ways to go, but you, mister, are improving. i'm gonna get you a glass of i'm telling you, this is a day that i have been praying for. i know you're probably laughing. quinn, praying? but, yeah, i do. i pray. and i've been praying for you to get better and just -- [ piano plays ] oh! eric! it's wonderful! come on. come on. [ music stops ] no! what? >> eric: this is terrible.

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