tv CBS4 Morning News-430A CBS November 10, 2016 4:30am-5:00am MST
f0 hi, everybody. welcome to the cbs4 morning news. 4:30. november10th. i'm alan gionet. >> i'm britt moreno. thanks for waking up with us this morning. let's get over to ashton and figure out what the forecast is looking like today and for the remainder of the week. >> good morning hi, alan. welcome to thursday, you two. we have the sun coming up at 6:39 this morning and just like yesterday, we're going to have nothing but sunshine today. it will be another completely dry day for denver, front range and entire state. as we look around our region, we don't see anything. high pressure on top of us, that will mean clear skies throughout the rockies for today. lots of sunshine. 30s and 40s now. by 9:00 a.m., 51.
that's about 15 degrees above normal. but it's not as warm as we were yesterday. we made it up to 74 yesterday. only 2 degrees away from the record. more is coming up, but now let's check in with joel hillan. good morning, ashton. the early morning traffic situation looking great out there across the denver metro area. we've been watching this cdot camera, i-25 and 20th. nice light volumes. i'm always surprised how many cars we have on the road this c-470 slowing both sides of 285 as you make your way along the hog back there. portion of u.s. 6 through clear creek canyon closed as they do maintenance there. protestors upset over the election of donald trump were in the streets of several cities, including los angeles, as many got onto the freeway and blocked traffic there. the protest started downtown and moved to the 101.
[ yelling ] >> in san diego violence erupted in the gas lamp quarter as protestors clashed with each other and with police. several people were arrested. in san francisco more than a thousand protestors shut down market street as they marched from the financial district into the mission district. emotions ran high and many looked to vent their frustrations. a gay rights activist who worked with '70s says many fear what's ahead. >> it doesn't matter how old you are, what color you are, gender you are, all of us are threatened by this and we need to respect each other. in the nation's capital, people gathered outside trump's future home at 1600 pennsylvania avenue, some had
outside trump's washington hotel and they were kept at a distance. >> you are ordered to leave the roadway and utilize the sidewalk. >> this video of hundreds of meme who staged a sit -- people who staged a sit in when they refused to move and police arrested one after the other. donald trump will travel to the white house to meet with president obama. our hena daniels reports from what's ahead. >> they're protesting democracy. democracy was at work. democracy is what played out. >> reporter: businesses in new orleans were damaged, fireworks set off in oakland, and in new york -- >> you are unlawfully in the roadway. >> reporter: police arrested several protestors blocking traffic along various trump properties. hundreds of protestors lined the streets of 5th avenue across the street from trump tower, this as president-elect
with president obama at the white house later today. >> we move in ways that some people think is forward and others think is moving back, and that's okay. >> reporter: hillary clinton urged her supporters to give trump a chance. >> donald trump is going to be our president. we owe him an open mind and the chance to lead. >> reporter: trump stayed out of the public eye yesterday. privately meeting with his staff to go over potential cabinet appointments. in a tweet pledged to "begin the urgent task of rebuilding our nation and renewing the american dream." hena daniels, new york. >> trump and pence will meet with house speaker paul ryan today during that visit to washington. breaking news, two men robbed, one person shot, this happened early this morning outside the stone nightclub on morrison road in denver. that's where shawn chitness is live this morning. shawn, what can you tell us
>> reporter: well, britt, here at this location right outside of the nightclub we know that police are still on scene kind of securing it or at least monitoring the area. we also know the suspect may have led police outside of denver to another location in some sort of pursuit. this all started right before 2:00 a.m., where denver police tell us that these two men who were outside of the nightclub were robbed by someone and one of those two men was shot and taken to the hospital in he's now stable and the other man wasn't injured. the suspect did get away with their car and now that car may be in douglas county with police pursuing them on the road, or that suspect on the road. at this time police are unable to give us a suspect description or details about the car that may be involved. live in denver, shawn chitness, cbs4 morning news. thank you very much. this hour yesterday morning stocks were way off ahead of the open but turned around.
noor at the new york -- floor at the new york stock exchange. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, alan and britt. wall street gave a nice welcome to the idea of president-elect trump. it is a stunning reversal after plunging in the hours immediately following word of a trump win. the dow finished the day 256 points higher. nasdaq added57 and futures are pointing to a higher open. some of the are weighing in. j.p. morgan's ceo sent a letter to his staff -- starbucks' ceo told his employees they should give trump the chance. general motors is laying off more than 2,000 workers at
the lay offs start in january. they say they're shifting demand to cars. starbucks actually asked customers to submit their own designs and starbucks chose 13 from about 1200 submissions. they're giving out buy one drinks get one free today, tomorrow through mo 2:00 to 5:00. pretty good deal. >> it's a sign of the seasons i guess. new starbucks cups. >> turn of the corner. >> reporter: one of you guys buys, the other gets it for free. >> buys, free. buys, free. >> he's making me buy mine. >> reporter: alan, is that nice? >> i'm in the spirit this morning.
and boarders. loveland is usually one of the first to open each year and workers are struggling to keep the snow from going away due to record high temperatures. but loveland says they will be ready. >> we're going to have top to bottom run. thousand vertical feet. tree to tree coverage. 18-inch base. >> these are pics from keystone where the snow guns are at work. they plan to open now on the 18th. we have new details in a high speed chase. men items on the interstate and they face charges of trying to kill deputies. jeff todd has updates on special boots tied to the case. >> reporter: two stolen cars from the denver metro area. when the chase heated up, the suspects started throwing things out of the car from giant car parts down to small soda bottles. the sheriff says his deputies
like that. >> if you run from us, we're not going away. >> reporter: deputies caught up to this truck on i-76. you can see the passenger heading out of the truck as it speeds down the road at 100 miles per hour. eventually things got more dangerous. >> the passenger has broke out the back window of the pickup, crawled into the topper and now starting to throw objects. this is 67-pound floor jack that just went by. >> reporter: a total of 50 items were thrown t nearly 40-mile stretch of road. >> we didn't recover all the items that were thrown out. there were so many. >> reporter: brandon mcintosh and luke batts are being held for several accounts of attempted murder. >> there's a bumper off of another stolen vehicle with stolen license places on it -- plates on it. >> reporter: that stolen vehicle is this truck, full of items for the veterans organization boots 66.
that came from the actual military personnel that were killed in iraq or afghanistan that the family had donated to us and those are priceless. >> reporter: the truck owner told us she thinks her car is totaled because many of its parts were thrown at deputies. we've got good news about the boots in that stolen van. it's believed a majority of them are still in that truck, but it's still being held as evidence and may be a few more its rightful owner. jeff todd, cbs4 news. jeff, thank you for that report. 45 degrees in denver. >> ahead, this 4-year-old getting royal treatment, fueling his love for baseball, the story of what folks did for
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regularly drink sugary beverages have a 46% higher risk of developing prediabetes. researchers say that means roughly one can of soda per day, but that diet soda does not have the same association. young massachusetts boy had three open heart surgeries got special treatment. he was drafted yesterday. >> how cool was this? >> eric has congestive heart failure, but a smile. he has a zest for life and love for baseball. his parents say he loves to be active and shows no signs of slowing down. he's waiting for a new heart and some day he may enjoy another draft when he's older. >> that is a great story. >> look at the arm on him. >> he has a lot of talent. ashton is here. good morning, how are you? i'm doing all right. though i was looking at statistics, it's been 29 days
around denver or along the front range. as you know, that's way too long of a stretch. and unfortunately we're going to go at least another six or seven days before we'll have the chance. but it is looking promising that this time next week, a week from now, next thursday, we could be looking at a storm system in colorado bringing rain and snow to the state. let's hope that happens. 44 degrees outside here at cbs4 on lincoln and downtown denver. it's 39 at city park. we have 50s up to the northwest. arvada you're at county. aurora at 42. 45 at dia. you get the idea, it's chilly this morning. you'll need the jacket of course. most mountain towns are in the 20s now. later on today 50s and 60s for the higher terrain. upper 60s, close to 70 for denver and the front range. yesterday we were at 74. not going to be quite as warm as it was yesterday afternoon, but still about 15 degrees above normal for this time of year. quiet weather continues for the rocky mountain region, while in texas they continue to deal
front that's now in montana. as we transition into tomorrow, that front will drop southward, passing over denver and the front range. it will be cooler tomorrow. highs in the 50s. a dry front will pass. no rain or snow with this front. today 68 with sunshine. tomorrow, 56 for veterans day. that's close to normal, but still a few degrees above where we're typically at. 54 would be normal now. for the weekend, mid-60s saturday and sunday with sunshine both days. warming trend monday, and by next tuesday we'll likely be in end of next week the storm system looking more promising. let's keep our fingers crossed. i-25 and arapahoe road, you don't really need to cross your fingers for the drive. i-25 and arapahoe road they're doing road work, but it's not blocking off the five lanes of traffic in the northbound direction heading through the tech center. great drive along i-225 along i- 270 and i-76 as well. we have seen slowing along i-76
we talked about that closure, u.s. 6 in clear creek canyon, that's been reopened. thank you. a 19-year-old is facing felony charges for a crash that nearly killed another young man. he allegedly hit a parked car, trapping craig towler. towler's legs were smashed. this accident happened about four months ago and on the fourth of july, and craig is >> your body is such an amazing tool. >> reporter: it's a tool craig towler has leverageed his entire life. boulder born and bred, as you can see, he's not exactly an idle guy. >> new treat it right, you can watch yourself get stronger. >> reporter: stronger, that's a word that has more meaning these days for the 29-year-old. [sirens] >> i remember everything. >> reporter: it was the fourth of july, he was in front of his
from behind. he was pinned between two cars. >> after i felt the impact, i was conscious and looked down and at that point i knew it was very severe and i was lucky to still be alive. makes you value time. >> reporter: it's been about four months since the accident, but inside this gym it seems as though towler never took a break. >> 11, good. >> reporter: his strength and resilience is remarkable to see. >> you're going bring them in and out and th weekly. >> bring those arms back as far as you can. >> reporter: watching craig is inspiring. but listening to him is another story. >> good. >> reporter: towler does not spend much time dwelling on what happened. >> i was able to look at the future and know the potential is still there and be thankful that i'm still here. >> reporter: he's been charting his progress on instagram,
from a recent casting appointment for prosthetics, to his weekly workouts. followers are taking notice and rooting him on. >> that pelvis level. >> reporter: friends say craig's journey isn't surprising because he's always been a motivating guy. they expect nothing less. >> it was a very tragic accident, but yet he's still extremely happy every day he wakes up and happy to be alive, and so that inspires us to feel >> reach, yes. >> reporter: through all of this, craig is reminded that each day is worth living. >> don't allow yourself to be put in a bad mindset because of these occurrences, to keep working towards improving your situation, because you have that ability to, no matter what is going on in your life, tomorrow is a new day. >> good. >> reporter: jennifer brice, cbs4 news.
the college football playoffs rankings, everything seems to be looking up for the buffs. every team has its problems and last week it was penalties. total of 128 yards in their win over ucla. they got the win, so that's most important, but the penalties have to stop. >> definitely had a good team talk, team, not team friday morning, talking about the mistakes and trying to reassure ourselves and remind the guys what our goal is and if we do that again that could hurt our chances of winning games and potentially being in the championship game. >> cu on the road saturday night, 8:00 kickoff against
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former batman is turning to the dark side and we get a first look at two movies heading to theaters this week. here's today's eye on entertainment. >> reporter: the stars of the edge of 17 walk the red carpet in hollywood last night. it's about what it's like to be hayley seinfeld plays an awkward teenager. >> it feels so timeless and such a true representation of being a teenager. >> reporter: the edge of 17 hits theaters next friday. billy lynn's long half time walk opens tomorrow just in time for veterans day. it's about a 19-year-old private home on leave after a battle in iraq. director ang lee uses new
there? >> reporter: the cast includes kristin stewart and vin diesel. >> you almost can't articulate what the experience is like, because you're forced to engage in a way that we're not usually forced to engage when we're sitting in a theater. >> reporter: michael keaton is switching from good to evil in his next super hero movie. he will now play the villan vulture homecoming. tom hollins stars as spiderman. it swings into theaters in july. suzanne marques, cbs news, los angeles. drivers are reporting explosions happening while driving their cars. as lauren dispirito shows us, it's a frightening experience. >> i heard this huge explosion. >> reporter: linda was driving on the highway when it happened. >> really startled me, freaked me out. >> reporter: she said she's
,, ,, hi, everyone. thanks for joining us. i'm britt moreno. this is the news on thursday, november 10th. >> i'm alan gionet. here's what's happening now on the cbs4 morning news. in los angeles protestors shut down traffic on the 101 in reaction to the presidential election. what's going on around the country after the election of donald trump. >> reporter: i'm shawn chitness
were robbed at gunpoint and one was taken to the hospital right outside of a nightclub. we'll have the latest coming up. a violent robbery at a denver key bank now the fbi is asking for help to try and identify this group. good morning from colorado's weather center. our weather watcher doug goodman reporting 42 in north lafayette. most of us are in the 40s. all that police activity causing delays this morning. here'swh you get into the south glen area. we'll tell you how to get around it. thank you, joel. overnight protestors in california marched along the downtown streets eventually shutting down traffic on the 101. there were other demonstrations happening across america. [ chanting ] >> reporter: demonstrators in oakland, california protesting into the night wednesday against the election victory that shocked the world. similar protests took place in