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help in finding and retrieving her lost dog said she suspected a neighbor had her puppy but despite her asking she got nowhere investigator reporter chris halsey was there in a turn into ugly confrontations. >> she's only about eight months old on genuine first he slipped out of his yard and disappeared. his owner immediately began the hunt to find him played out flyers for a mile in every direction. >> it doesn't take but a moment to realize britney and her american bulldog puppy loki have a special bond. >> i love this dog. ever since he was 12 year hours old i knew i had to have him. >> her angst about his escape and stress of not knowing if he safe has been beating of her emotions but she's trying to remain hopeful.
so i knew sammy had him. >> he is a cute dog, he's very lovable and he will flip to anybody. >> imagine her really relief, after looking disappeared, britney received a call from a woman who had seen one of her many lost puppy flyers to the dog she said was being held at her neighbor's house about two blocks away. >> i was hoping a nice family had him. >> but they are not nice people. >> not nice might be an understatement. fox 31 problem solvers approach the men who allegedly had the dog. >> take we talk to about this dog, huckabee running off. >> he walked away from us before turning to throw a slew of a violent interracial threats are way.
criminal. >> you bother me one time to put a bullet in your head. >> you racist blink bleep bleep. >> the by the guy who thread as he has convictions for menacing and assaulted we chose not to pursue charges for him but for his bullet, but a detective was assigned to him the task of getting the dog out of his home. >> finally a few days after fox 31 problem solvers got involved police secured the dog's release. >> and animal control officer late last week brought him to britney's front gate. >> i start crying like a baby. i just that on the sidewalk and hug them. i was so happy. i've
leave my site. phone message today here at the station defending his actions he said he brought the dog in out of the call to given medical attention they cared for. he indicated his delay in returning the dog was his way of a concern it was going back to a good home >> he could have just said that. >> he had the opportunity. >> a lot of people on facebook where asking what would've been done to provoke that kind of reaction. >> sometimes people are surprised when your person with a camera and asked them questions but i've never had a reaction like that. if anyone wants to see the entire committee and 40 complete with the bleeps, we posted it on our facebook page. >> is a cute dog. we can't give
about was in case there's no $2,000 reward for the return. two suspects still thousands of dollars from a store. crime stoppers announced a $2,000 reward in that case. learning the same thieves may have stolen from another story. it plays there are still reviewing the security tapes. $5 million in forcing what it calls anti- homeless laws. ordinances that ban early campaign panhandling and urinating in public. the study says the money will be better into programs and affordable housing. >> the idea is to help the people on the streets with what they have to do on street instead of putting them in the
criminal record and will make it more difficult in terms of housing and education and getting a job. >> they have to balance the rights of the homeless with the rights of the businesses. >> over the years a state capitol building has set hours if not days to debate and how to prevent school shootings. today's topic doctor-patient confidentiality and when is it appropriate for a doctor to sound the alarm. >> we are also known as ground zero for some of the most vicious shootings of the country 's first last year i set to the trial of the man who
others at the sensory theater. >> we've heard a lot the session from victim's parents wanting new laws and while some sales have filled failed today indicates one may soon pass. allow therapist to more easily tell officials when a patient speaks about committing violence >> it creates an ability for a professional to disclose if there is a substantial threat. >> the representative might foot is sponsoring the bill for it he says currently health workers can only alert authorities if they threat is imminent. in the aurora theatre shooter trout we learned that his therapist knew but could not say anything because of confidentiality. while the bill received support and house today-several mental health clinics have yet to endorse it wondering this same thoughts as these lawmakers suspect i wonder if you create a distance for people who struggle
afraid to get the help they need because their private information is going to be aired >> we shall learn more about this bill's chances in the coming days as lawmakers grapple. >> the bill in question were not require a mental health official to report to authorities it would be up to their discretion. we will follow this bill's progress at the capital. >> there is a new game in town. >> teslas for tots. how much an eco- friendly ride will cost. >> and more money, more problems the what's behind a new idea to
i don't see a lot of these but the $100 bill could be a thing of the past. don't get rid of your parents final records they are making a comeback. >> in all us currency in the world nearly 8 percent is $100 bills to former treasury secretary is satisfied to get rid of it. larry summers says $100 bill should be scrapped to make life more difficult for tax
criminals he argues eliminate larger denomination bills would have little downside for legitimate commerce. >> vinyl records are making a comeback. the recording injury says nicely and final hours we're sold the first half of 2015 pick the main turn on, the act of holding a physical copy of the record in their hands. >> they put time into learning she and the cover work and you can have that with you. it doesn't have to be a computer screen. it's retching. the recent deaths of recording stars like david bowie, natalie cole and bb king have also helped spark sales. >> mitty tesla cars are now
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it ever driver claims a pothole on alameda destroyed destroyed two of her tires causing hundreds of dollars in damage. dan daru has her story and the city's response. >> drive along the streets of denver for any amount of time and you are bound to get one. potholes. just like anna did last week. >> as soon as i came over that hill i'd hit a pothole and i hit
were both dead flat. both passenger-side tires were flattened that you can see a cut do the tire. here's where the rubber hits the road in the story she says the city of denver should pay for new tires. because i know that you can read from in our city's addendum that part of the responsibility is to keep our roads safe. >> according to colorado revised statute a pothole this not constitute an unreasonable risk to health or safety of the public. it all boils down to limited liability. >> you can't drive away from to
>> i want to know who's going to pick fix my tires. >> good news ten abandoned dogs from the streets of turkey are finding new homes right here in colorado. this is the group of staffers and volunteers in arvada they went all the way to do is them both to save the dogs these are just few of the thousands of golden retriever puppies born in puppy mills and wandering the streets of turkey all of the dogs rescued range from ten months to four years old. and before you get your heart set on adopting one. all ten have artie been spoken for. the organizers say to do plan to go back to you istanbul to save more dog food you can find out more about their efforts on our website. >> are weather is pretty quiet
us to the north. colorado just get some clouds. this is not a lot of cloud cover coming away. again the cold air is here. we are just seeing all the warm temperatures taking over the west. a little bit of wind out there. the wind was not a factor to the day to day. for still 49 at the airport for 50 up in broomfield. kind of a long temperature span. we got 40 in georgetown. so stop his car or posted temperatures to in the 40s. it's freezing in a a lot of not locations. there's
high clouds to get to enjoy another round of warm temperatures. southeast colorado once again back into the 40s and 50s. i'll break it down in a timeframe 39 in the morning and sunshine will make her feel interns a little breezy. and we'll talk at 65 degrees. kids will not need a jacket against mall. speaking of sun there's more of it and even warmer temperatures. their seven-day forecast plus i'll let you know when snow might make it back. >> thank you dave.
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closely with the quarterback. >> are nfl news contractual tug-of-war is going on between kirk cousins in the washington redskins to left the check to two sides are said to be far apart on cousins perceived market value. free agency officially begins on march 7. let's not leave out the mccaffrey's we caught up with valor christian quarterback dylan mccaffrey. his brother is currently playing at stanford and dylan announced tonight that he is going to michigan. he currently ranks the 25th s prospect. he tells us exactly
decision so early. >> i just wanted to start recruiting in my own class. i'm going to get out there and start talking to and try to get them to hop on this mission aboard and start to make something special. >> dad and mom there all geared up. it's in the final four tournament. they've artie got a little early head start for finally back to the broncos, i know it should not be weird or strange. afterwards the nfl he also adds a couple of serious questions about that as well. if you can go back until his calm myself anything what would be cracks i would tell him pray job. great job. you ran good,
the first round. >> honestly one of my favorite interviews ever. the funniest guy on the team hands down. >> we are going to talk about what pieces of the team he would keep together. certainly not an easy spot to be in. keep that there's going to be some changes. at the same time you have to pick and choose the right was and which ones to let
>> it's not easy to do. >> thanks for watching. still plenty more news to come tonight. >> a troubling trend, to patients say they had-watch your bike denver please are making sure that your wills don't run away. steps you can take to make sure you don't become a victim. the miserable conditions on a frontier flight. >> and what happened when a potbelly pig was discovered at a busy colorado intersection. >> troubling new villas and the health scare at the swedish medical center for the lawyer for two pages saying that they tested positive for hepatitis b. >> we learned that just hours after the former surgical
medication was arrested and charged in the case. justin joseph is a lie with the new developments. >> earlier the second 28 -year-old rocky allen faced a judge at the federal courthouse for at the time the judge did not awkward to patients will come forward claiming to be people and victims of his alleged crimes to tonight that federal case has gotten more serious. >> to patients had now come forward claiming surgeries at swedish medical center infected them with hepatitis be. >> james avery represents 40 patients including one woman and now a second man he said tested positive for the viral infection all or forced to undergo testing after this surgical tech allegedly injected himself with powerful narcotics before putting those meals back in rotation.