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trump walked into the dressing room while contestants, some as young as 15 were changing. standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either.
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"what's your position on equal pay for women?" "it's too early in the morning to ask that question." "you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes. blood coming out of her wherever." "i think that putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing." "i don't wanna sound too much
like a chauvinist but when i come home and dinner's not ready, i go through the roof." "so you treat women with respect?" - "uh, i can't say that either." - "alright." priorities usa action is responsible
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he will speak at the national western complex in a few minutes. that stop included a security scare. secret service agents rushed from off the stage in reno after a fight broke out in the crowd. a man was taken into custody and escorted out of the center. trump returned. >> nobody said it was going to be easy for us.
the speech coming up at 10:00. former new york city mayor rudy giuliani was campaigning for donald trump today, he told reporters in colorado winning colorado would mean winning the election. >> the vermont senator and presidential candidate bernie sanders was in highland springs. rallying support for hillary clinton, clinton hit the ground in florida. her he short due to the weather. not before she made a last plea to voters. we will -- continue camping coverage on cbs4 at 10:00. struck the denver broncos in a key afc west clash against the raiders. >> michael spencer joins us.
oakland as well. a lot on the line, broncos and raiders tied atop the division but this team has talked all along as repeating a super bowl champions. the midseason awards impressive the broncos leaving the league in sacks and quarterback hits. it is only halfway through the season, so those numbers really mean a whole lot report type of guy. i am a six week guy. i like going all the way through. there is stuff that we haven't done. we also got, we can easily go back down the ll. drain
assault of a student at a cu campus in boulder. it happen inside of her room at the hall. the suspect was a 5 foot 9 mail. with short dark curly hair. wearing tan pants and a white shirt. coming up at 10:00, why students are upset with how police are handling the investigation. a recall of frozen strawberries could impact coloradans. cdc says the strawberries imported from egypt may have been the source of hepatitis a outbreak. no cases have been reported in colorado but authorities say the strawberries were served at the fat alberts restaurant in greeley and the red rooster in longmont. entire soccer team is benched for a troubling scouting report. harvard university says the document written by soccer
after all donald trump has said and done... ke a pig... you can do anything. i moved on her like a b***h! woman: trump's just so disgusting and degrading. he's bragged about assaulting women, and he's the republican nominee for president! and congressman mike coffman said he didn't know if donald trump's a sexual predator. come on. look, we just can't vote for coffman or trump. house majority pac is responsible
ke a pig... you can do anything. i moved on her like a b***h! woman: trump's just so disgusting and degrading. he's bragged about assaulting women, and he's the republican nominee for president! and congressman mike coffman said he didn't know if donald trump's a sexual predator. come on. look, we just can't vote for coffman or trump. house majority pac is responsible
developing now the men's soccer team at harvard university is apologizing for sexual comments players made about the women's team. last month the school's student newspaper uncovered a 2012 document the men's team called a scouting report. iterated the attractiveness of the women's team recruits and also included lewd comments about them. the university investigation later found the comments were not isolated and continued through the current season. the team has been suspended in an apology yesterday, the men called their behavior inexcusable. new developments in the so- called bridgegate scandal. two former aides to new jersey governor chris christie were accused of helping to intentionally create traffic on the world's busiest bridge. alleged act of political revenge. has done daily reports there's no a verdict in the case. >> reporter: evidently it was a bridge too far for jurors to believe two former aides of
were for a legitimate traffic study. >> i am innocent. >> reporter: the jury took five days to find deputy chief of staff bridget kelly and former port authority official bill baroni guilty of seven charges ranging from conspiracy and fraud to civil rights violations. christie has been accused of no wrongdoing, but four witnesses testified he was aware of the closures at the time. which he denies. christie w donald trump's transition teams said in a statement, let me be clear once again. i had no knowledge prior to or during these lane realignments. but during the trial, the governor was a looming presence. the prosecution said the motive for the closures was political revenge by punishing a city in new jersey with crippling traffic jams. after its mayor refused to enjoy christie. prosecutor paul fishman explained again why christie was not also on trial.
the people who we believed we had evidence beyond a reasonable doubt, -- >> reporter: both face a maximum sentence of 86 years but prosecutors are expected to ask for much less. governor christie may not have been on trial but the state of new jersey has spent over $11 million in legal fees investigating and defending the governor's actions or lack thereof. during bridgegate. don baylor, cbs news, new york. turning now to the weather, thyme forecast. here is modest dave aguilera. >> take a look at this. five drops of rain around here. down at purgatory resort in the san juans, they had snow going on down there for most of the day. we apply you can see on the satellite and radar together, little bits of snow, some rain down south, eventually some of that moisture made it into denver and a few of us had a few drops of rain. we cleared out nicely tonight. still a little rain in
and up into the northwestern corner of the state spreading down towards aspen and then up high 11,000 feet still some snow going on. still have winter weather advisory for the san juans through tonight. and some isolated spots above 11,000 feet. just to underclothes to a foot of snow. out of the moisture that came through just not much making it into northern colorado. here is the guy doing it, upper- level low spinning right into the state. we even had a couple thunderstorms blossoming as it moved into southern colorado. have thunderstorms down there. some of those storms are delivering a half inch to up to an inch of rainfall if you can believe that. so there is some really good rain for some folks. just not here in the northern part of colorado. above that there's still a big jesting pushing up into canada so we still have high-pressure around here and embedded under that jet stream there's a little front coming into california washington and
that will be sliding through our neck of the woods on monday any two tuesday. cooling our temperatures down but much like the last couple of storms, the business end of this stays well up to the jet up into canada. so we'll see a cooldown but not much in the way of moisture unfortunately when we start next week. today we cool down from yesterday by a few degrees but still well above normal for this time of year, 69 degrees both downtown and at the airport here. normal high as 57. this time of year still unseasonably warm, 38 and 41 for the morning those. record low 1889, three deee other areas for highs today, 56 was the high in grand junction, 51 in aspen, 66 in greeley and fort collins, look at la junta and lamar, soothing 73 for both of those cities. tonight 49 in town, 51 at the airport, southwind at 10, humidity 54%. high-pressure at 30.09 holding steady. so we are still under the influence of that big high, even though there's a low bubbling up from down south. randy clark is one of our
east of conifer bambi maas is checking in at 41 degrees. here is the futurecast computer model forecast of what ought to happen tonight. the rain in the southeast starts to move up into eastern colorado. tomorrow morning looks like we'll be cloudy out here across the eastern plains and sterling, burlington down to north of lamar, you may have a few little bits of drizzle leftover. i think it will be mostly cloudy to partly cloudy over denver in the morning. some clouds locked-in in the mountains. by afternoon, a little more moisture bubblup so a little convective rain in some locations. nothing heavy-duty and then more clouds at the end of the day. denver's forecast tomorrow partly sunny, meaning more clouds than son but we'll still have a little blue sky peaking through. 44 in grand junction, 30s in the mountains, a mixture of 40s, 30s and 50s all across the eastern plains tonight. tomorrow looking at 60s and 70s here, 68 and sterling, 71 in la junta, 55 high in aspen and
overnight i'm looking at a temperature of 44 in town, good air quality tonight as well. partly cloudy and cool. don't forget to fall back tonight, set your clocks before you go to bed. extra hour of sleep tonight. partly sunny above normal, upper 60s and then looking ahead, for the start of next week, cooler 62 on monday, mostly sunny. election day looking good. should not have any delays going to the polls. mostly sunny 65. 71 on wednesday. the plus for more forecast, plus four more forecast coming up after 10:00. we'll have that for you. see if there's any rain in the offing at all. >> bring it on. >> thank you. colorado celebrating adoptive families including the couple who adopted five children. >> completely fallen in love with him as we have with our
,, ,, "what's your position on equal pay for women?" "it's too early in the morning to ask that question." "you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes. blood coming out of her wherever." "i think that putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing." "i don't wanna sound too much like a chauvinist
in campaign 2016 the most expensive measure on the colorado ballot this year is amendment 72. phillip morris has spent more than $16 million to fight that amendment. political specialist shaun boyd gives the ads for and against a reality check. >> reporter: amendment 72 calls for raising taxes on tobacco. by $315 million a year. as you might expect many health groups think it's great, cigarette companieso let's start with opponents. who include former chief judge of the tenth judicial district. >> it's a $350 million tax that locks spending programs in our constitution. where it can be changed without yet another vote of the people. even in the case of waste or fraud. and many of the spending programs haven't even been created yet. >> reporter: not exactly. here's what you need to know. amendment 72 like many ballot
or repeal it is to put it on the ballot again. but it's misleading to suggest there's no oversight of the money. the state allocates the funds as grants meaning researchers apply for the money through a competitive bidding process in the state -- they can suspend if there's waste, fraud or abuse. the type of research is broadly defined but it is true, the exact research projects have not been identified because again, researchers have to apply for the money. now let's look at supporters claims. >> they know increasing the cigarette tax is proven to prevent kids from smoking. saving thousands of lives. that's why voting yes on 72 is supported by children's hospital colorado, and over 100 colorado community groups. >> reporter: that's true. national institutes of health looked at dozens of studies on youth and smoking and the majority found when prices increased fewer kids smoke and those that did smoked less. there are many studies showing smoking can eventually tell you which is why so many health
not a blank check as opponents have claimed. while the exact projects are not identified, the type of research is. while cementing this in the constitution could result in money going to things that may not be priorities in the future, it is likely the only way to assure the legislature doesn't use the money for something else. i'm shaun boyd, that's reality check. november is national adoption awareness month. today five adoptive families from across the state recognized at the governor's mansion. last year there were 829 adoptions in colorado. the gonzalez family adopted five siblings they previously fostered. they had no intention of adopting but they see the kids complete their family and now they are encouraging other coloradans to considering fostering and adopting the many children hoping for a family. >> if you have any thoughts of adopting, you should look into it and do it.
waiting for homes. that doesn't include the ones in foster care, it is scary. >> definitely a scary thing. once you take the plunge, it's worth it. >> during national adoption month 95 adoptions will be finalized in colorado. estimated 650 children will find forever homes this year. tomorrow several streets in downtown denver will be closed, as a popular museum moves to new location. crews will use six sets of remote-controlled whee at -- and the red brick building is in capitol hill right now. and will soon head to the golden triangle. road closures including portions of pearl street between 13th and 14th and bannock street between 12th and 13th. coming up, more problems for samsung. the company recalls another of its products. open enrollment is now
woman: after all donald trump has said and done... she ate like a pig... you can do anything. i moved on her like a b***h! woman: trump's just so disgusting and degrading. he's bragged about assaulting women, and he's the republican nominee for president! and congressman mike coffman said
he didn't know if donald trump's a sexual predator. come on. for coffman or trump. house majority pac is responsible
happening now, open enrollment is underway through january 31 for the affordable care act. if you want coverage to begin on the first of the year, your deadline is december 15. the average premium for a mid- level obamacare plan is set to increase by a whopping 22% next year. government says the rise in premiums should not affect more than 80% of enrollees who qualify for tax credits. consumer alert to tell you about tonight, samsung recalling 3 million top load washing machines in the u.s. injuries caused by the top of the machines detaching during use. owners should check with samsung to see if they are affected. the company is offering repairs and rebates and refunds, just the latest blow to samsung, recalled the galaxy note 7 smartphones following reports of overheating and fires. developing story, casinos are betting on a big expansion in states across the country. the rapid growth is starting to hurt one smart -- once marquee
cbs correspondent mark albert reports. >> reporter: this may look and sound like las vegas, but it's actually the suburbs of baltimore. >> we've seen continuous growth. >> reporter: rob norton is the president of the casino. >> 800 employees to 3000 in less than a month. so the demand is there. >> reporter: demand is so strong the casino is breaking ground on a $200 million convention center and hotel. there are more than 1000 casinos now nationwide. with more states allowing them for a chance to collect taxes on gambling. five casinos have popped up in maryland since 2010. the state hit the jackpot. hauling in nearly $453 million in tax revenue last year. >> the hotel will be a five- star hotel. >> reporter: david owns maryland live. >> 30 years ago only two states had casinos. now 42 states do. you are running out of room to
any casinos. >> i think you're right about that. >> reporter: atlantic city has been hurt the most by this expansion. in 2001 it had 16% of the u.s. casino market. now just 6%. after neighboring new york pennsylvania and maryland allowed casino to open. and it's hurting the bottom line. new jersey's tax revenues are half what they were in 2006. meaning less money for senior citizens, the disabled and economic revitalization programs. >> it's really just race between different states. >> reporter: alex is an analyst at fitch ratings. >> at some point, you're going to run out of customers to serve. >> reporter: does that were you? >> it doesn't worry me for the ones that we're involved with. >> reporter: now they have plans for the new casino in philadelphia. >> beautiful sight. >> reporter: and is confident he can continue his winning streak. mark albert, cbs news hanover
>> reporter: -- right now donald trump is working hard to win colorado voters. he's going to be holding a rally at the national western complex. both candidates are packing up the miles traveling to swing states hoping to maximize their chances of winning the rest of the white house. cbs4's shaun chitnis is live at tonight's rally in denver. a whole lot of excitement from trump supporters. >> reporter: kathy, thousands inside the national western donald trump to arrive. i'm going to step out of the way so you can get a scene of what is happening inside here. we have had several speakers come through getting the crowd warmed up for donald trump. but he has yet to arrive here. he's coming from reno, nevada where there was a little incident there. someone yelled gun from the crowd, caused a commotion and secret service had to remove him off the stage. he is okay, able to go back onstage and finished the rally