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we don't know whose child was shot, if it was faculty orr a mishhp we don't know. >> two 15-year-old girls were killed at a high school in glendale, arizonn. >> details about the teens' identities unknown at this point. police did say this is not an active shooter investigation
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believe this is an isolated incident. the defense had plans to file a motion to close this hearing today and it was denied. denver7 reporter jason gruenauer in court and has the latest. >> reporter: good morning to you, mitch and kellie. today a lot of procedural arguments between the defense and the prosecution as this case inches along in douglas county. sienna johnson charged as an adult really showed no emotion in court. she didn't saa anything. procedure when it comes to the preliminary hearing and transfer hearing, whether or not to continue to charge this teen as an adult as she is being done right now, or whether this case wiil move back to juvenile court. how that will all proceed is what went back and forth. they say there isn't a lot of comes to teens being charged ass an adult in cases like this.
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transfer hearing is set for march 30th and 21st here in douglas county. things got complicated as they argued over the teen's mental health status and whether or not evidence of that should be allowed in court, if these hearings should be open, and the preliminary hearings and transfer hearings should be public. the jjdge ruled on some motions, including the preliminary hearing where the prosecution will lay out all its evidence to see whether or not this case should go to trial, that will be open to the public and will be open to the media, so we'll be able learn more about this case when it comes to the transfer hearing, whether or not johnson will then be moved back to juvenile court, that will be closed to the public because of the sensitive nature of much of this evidence. also today in court, another motion put forth by the defense trying to disqualify the district attorney's office because of statements made to the media. they previoussy filed that motion and it was denied.
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and we are still far from a resolution here in douglas county. jason gruenauer, denver 7. tonight an interview you'll only see here on denver 7. abc's diane sawyer sits down with one of the mothers of columbine shooters. >> this is her first interview since the shooting. eric lupher. >> reporter: nearly 17 years later t's hard not to recall the events that happened inside this school in 199. 12 students and a teacher killed in a senseless attack. tonight'ssinterview with klebold's mother could provide answers for those still looking for closure. teacher. and i keep thinking, consttntly thought how i would feel if it
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one of their children had shot mine. i would feel xactly the way they did, i know i would. >> reporter: sue talks about her relationship with her son, about the victims and what happened inside her home leading up to the shooting. the intervvew that airs tonight at 9:00 on denver 7 will coincide with the release of sue's emoir. the money made will not go to klebold herself. we'll talk about that coming up. >> one of the survivors of the attack reached out to sue klebold through a letter ahead of tonight's interview. she's paralyzed from injuries she suffered that day. >> in the letter she talks about how much it means to her that tte proceeds of the book will go to people to help them with mental illness. she says her mother suffered from depression even before the shooting, committed suicide six months after the attack. %-
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towards sue and wouldn't be wanted to be judged by the sins of her family members. >> she talked about a note she received from sue and her husband calling it genuine and personal. she said the letter from the other family was four sentences long and called it cold and robotic. unseasonably warm temperatures. beautiful day. >> do you like the warm temperatures we've had? >> is it good for s or not? >> i think the down side is it's more of a tease. you get the warm weather and think spring is right around the corner. march is our snowiest mmnth. outside beautiful sunshine. `ome clouds out there. it's not perfectly blue skies, but still it's hard to complain
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we are seeing. downtown it's 46 degrees now. very light breeze. 3 winds are not going to be an issue for us here. in the foothills we are seeing going o continue throughout the afternoon. out at the airport it is 44 degrees. little bit cooler in greeley at 39. high country, low 30s, low to mid-40s. nice and warm. check out trinidad. 61 degrees already and it's only 11:00. we''e going to warm a little bit into the low 50s. the 60s we're going to have to wait on, but they'll show up. temperatures even this evening, grab a jacket. will bb dry. breezy again. temperatures about in the 30s. i'll show you ouu seven-day forecast, because for some the 50s arennt warm enough. i have warmer temperatures for you, too. thank you, dayle. the coroner confirms the 6-year- old boy found dead in an
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so far deputies have made no arrests. >> the boy's father remains in the hospital from what appears to be self-inflicted stab wounds. a woman in the apartment made the initial call to police wednesday morning saying she had been assaulted. >> arapahoe county deputy injured in a crash responding to that scene. he's still in the hospital. a blood drive has een started in honor of the deputy. -`we have information on our web site, the community is coming together in a big way to help the amily of a fallen mesa county deputy. there's a gofundme page for deputy derek geer. >> deputies arrested a 17-year- old boy accused in this fatal shooting. deputy geer's funeral is monday. he leaves behind a wife and two children.
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in colorado there are more than 2700 people waating for an organ transplant. it's been a deadly three days for officers across the country. at least five officers have bben killed. a police officer was killed in georgia thursday while serving a warrant. two were killed in maryland and that same night an officer was killed in north dakota. this case forced nearly 3,000 case to get tested for hiv, hepatitis c and b. the hospital asked patients to be tested out of an abundance of caution after a former operating room employee was reportedly taking a syringe of fentanyl before surgery. englewood police have started a criminal investigation. new details on the toxic
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millions of gallons of toxic water spilled into the animas river in august. the official charged at the time the epa says he knew about the dangers. bill requiring police agencies to videotape interrogations of suspects in certain felony cases passed yesterday. it's one of five aimed to increase public confidence in police. big changes in the works in our state when it comes to sexual assault cases. tonight to say to the world that we want to be free.
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free! denver are calling for a provision to take slavery out of the colorado constitution. both our state and the u.s. constitution bans slavery, certainly, except for convicted criminals. activists say the exception is used to justify forced prrson labor for inmates. >> big businesses are making money off these slave wages. it's unfair, inhumane, immoral and trouble undignify -- truly undignifyed. both hillaryyclinton and bernie sanders will be in colorado this weekend. they met on stage last night in a wisconsin debate. familiar topics were discussed, including immigraaion, the economy. but things got a little heated at one point. >> that's a promise that cannot be kept. >> you're not in the white house yet.
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week for the democratic annual dinner, and sanders will have a rally at the colorado convention center. after the break we'll tell you with a customer who got so mad at her stylist she pulled a handgun. >> two babies go missing after two cars are stolen in the same city.
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after nearly two months the occupation of that oregon wildlife refuge is over. the last protestors were removed yesterday. the holdouts will appear in court today. the four suspects surrendered after a dramatic phone call live streamed on the internet. >> the only way we're leaving here is dead or without charges. >> i'm proud of this community. i'm proud of my friends and neighbors. i'm proud of the way that you stood up to this stuff. there's been a lot of hurt, been a lot of things said, but i don't think there's anything that's been done that can't be worked through. >> the fbi is worring to see how many damage is done. bomb technicians will comb that area.
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bad haircut. she went back in the shop with three times. it malfunctioned so it didn't fire shots. the barber was really shaken up, but still defends his cutting skills. >> she messed it up with straight razorr in her car. she erased everything i did and cut it off and said look what you did. >> the barber and coworker tackleed the woman until police arrived. a pregnant woman has gone diagnosed with the -- has been diagnosed with the zika virus. she recently returned from a country that had that virus. she complained of a fever ann `ash. health ministers there in australia tryinggto calm those fears. >> my primary concern is not
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a woman who is dealing with the anxiety of receiving news that is concerning. >> ealth department says the mosquitos are incapable of spreading the virus there. san diego police are searching for the man who stoll a car with a baby inside. the good news is the five-month- old baby was found safe. but police say the suspect ddove a little more than 3 miles before abandooing the car at an compartment plex. she was not harmed. the mother was getting the baby settled into the car seat and ran back into the apartment to get somethinggand left the eninrunning. >> cut off the car and take your baby inside, it's more valuable to do that than have % something potentially happen. >> this is the second case like this to happen in san diego n
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in the other case a car was stolen while the woman was checking into a hotel. she left her 18-month-old son in the back seat. luckily the baby was found unharmed after the suspect called police and confessed. >> so scary. >> it takes so much time to get those kids in and out of the i get it -- >> buu at the same time not worth it. >> noo not at all. it is gorgeous outside. go mmybe grab lunch, take a walk around the park, enjoy it. beat it. our weather, our temperature 10 to 15 degrees above where we should be this time of year. some days even 20 over the next seven days. what we have outside definitely high clouds. this is about 10 iles east of dia. you can see we have quite a bit of sunshine coming through. but those clouds will be a
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not necessarily affecting our temperatures, though. downtown 51, mostly sunny skies. fort collins it's 46. greeley a touch cooler at 39. boulder you're at 48. we will haae a liitle bit breezier conditions in boulder throughout the afternoon today. most of those winds are not `oing to be an issue for us here in denver. temperatures bbtween city park downtown and out at the airport, or heading to bennett or aurora, into the 40s. castle rock, 61 degrees. it's nice and toasty in some locations across the metro area. castle rock you've surpassed that high temperature. denver, 55 degrees. broomfield 53. 3 erie a high of 49. 50 east in sterling. estes park ice nd warm there, too, 53. highs across the state you'll see some low 60s and 50s in the southeast corner of the state. then we are looking for temperatures in the 30s and 40s
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really is going to be warm where we should be, aaout 45 degrees now. you'll notice the clouds just hang out southeast corner of the state. through the evening tonight. if we can keep some of the clouds overnight that will help the low temperatures from dropping down into the teens. looks like it will be on eastern plains and off to the west, hiig country dealing with clear skies. gorgeous day to do skiing possibly tomorrow. yes, of course they would like a little bit more snow. we're going to have to wait on that. when you look at our seven-day forecast, you don't see a lot. tomorrow 62. then we're going to drop into the 50s. we're really going to hang in those mid- to upper 50s to low 60s over the next seven days. it's hard to find a day for the bright spot. i went with the warmest, wednesday at 65. we should be at 45. that's 20 degrees above where we should be. you know what's going to happen, we'll go from this,
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in, will whop us. >> i know. >> kidding! three new jersey teenagers being called heros. they saved themselves and their classmates when their school bus went out of control. the driver apparently had a medical emergency and lost control of the bus. that's when kayla, angelo and gavin jumped into action. >> his eyes would flutter. the bus driver kept swerving and it was like a continuous ssrve. >> almost started going through the red light. it's where i jumped up and pushed it into park. >> i told everyone, just get out, get out the bus. >> there were 25 other students on the bus. everyone got off unharmed and no word on the driver's condition.
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9-year-old dominick has been battling cystic fibrosis. they put them in a costume and he pulled off a rescue. >> imvery, very proud to valor. tweets, including robert downey, jr., of course who plays iron man in the movies. >> very cool. after the break we have a speccal treat for monster truck fans out there. monster jam starts today in denver. >> we're going to lay out the
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welcome back. monster truck fans the day has arrived. monster jam starts tonight here in denver. starting at 7:30 p.m., you can witness the breath taking stunts. >> today we have a special guest with us to tell us about the big event. we have monsterrjam driver lee o'donnell. thank you for coming in today. >> absolutely.
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>> how do you get started in something like the monster jam circuit? >> when i started, a while ago, the right place at the right time and met the right person `nd tried out. now thee have a training facility, so if you're lucky enough to be picked, you go to a training facility and they make a monster jam driver out of you. you go, necessarily. >> no, not at all. >> do you have a favorite moment or maybe moment that you wish you didn't have to go through when you were doing all this? >> no. just interaction with the fans is probably my favorite part. especially in a place like the pepsiicenter, it's small, and you can look out the side of the truck and people are right there. you can feel the energy coming off them. >> any special moves to get the fans riled upp you love it when they cheer? >> sure. any time you stand up a wheelie
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>> when you get in a regular car, are you bored? >> my kids make fun of me because i drive so slow. i am the guy in the fast lane doing the speed limit. >> cool. you start tonight and go through the weekend? 3 >> yeah. one show tonight, two tomorrow >> awesome. how does the pepsi center to? >> it's very small. just coming out of san diego, whiih was a giant stadium. plenty of room to make mistakes. like the pepsi center, no room for mistakes. you have to be on your game in a place like this.. >> i was going to ask if it's as dangerous as it looks. >> not so much. we're so safe in there. role cage, five-point harness, neck estraint, helmet, fire suit. >> is it similar to maybe we see in nascar? >> exactly. exactly the same. we're probably, if not more safe than they are, it's just about the same. 3
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>> yeah. >> plus the vehicles are so much bigger. >> those are huge. awesome. here's the details you need to know. starts tonight at the pepsi center. today, saturday or sunday. for ticket information, rather than giving you all the it's all laid out there for you. >> thank you again for being
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it's 11:30. the teenager accused of plotting an attack with a fellow attack at mountain vista high school is back in court today. >> defense had plans to file a motion to -- >> reporter: what we said this morning in court has been very similar to what has been argued between the defense and prosecution all along in this case. should teenager sienna johnson be tried as an adult, or should it be moveddback to juvenile court? both sides trying to work out the rules and regulations, how all of this will happen when it goes down march 30th and 31st. the preliminary hearing, according to the judge, that will be open. that is when the prosecution
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and we'll learn more about what went into this plot by johnson and her classmate. the transfer hearing will determine whether or not the teen will go back to juvennle court, that was decided to be closed by the judge as we move forward. but both sides were still arguing when it came to motions as we left court this afternoon. reporting from douglas county, i'm jason gruenauer, denver 7. big interview airs tonight on denver 7. sue klebold, the mother of dylan klebold, columbine klebold, sits down with diane sawyer. >> she talks about the shooting victims and er relationship with her son. eric lupher is at the memorial in littleton. >> reporter: being here brings back a lot of memories. you can see the names of the victims etched in stone. now we wait for this interview with diane sawyer. here's a look.
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said, i would have known something -- >> very violent inside columbine high today. >> before columbine happened i would have been one of those parents. i remember thinking if ylan is really hurting people i prayed he would die. don't let him hurt anybody. >> essential viewing for every american family. >> why now? >> iifeel the world is ready to hear a story like this now. >> a mother's reckoning,. >> reporter: this interviiw tonight coincides with sue klebold's release of her new memoir. where will the money go from this book? not to her, but research and charitable foundations focusing on mental health. i'm eric lupher, denver 7. police have arrested the man who pushed another man off a chair lift last month. this is a pictureeof him from the asppn times. the paper reports he's charged a treatment facclity in tennessee to be treated for
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the snowboarder is okay. a 20-year-old woman is okay after a stabbing in southwestern colorado, not far from durango. police are still looking for the person who stabbed her. she is the great-great- granddaughter of jackkhouse, the last fro additional ut -- traditional ute mountain chief. a boy and girl led authorities on a hase down u.s. 85 before they were arrested. it began as a police officer tried to stop the vehicle. the driver took off. 3 got a scam to warn you about. weld county deputies say someone is claiming to be one of them. but it's not true. new get a call from someone named lieutenant ross or captain davenport, be suspicious. the caller asks people to go to king soopers and wire them money. don't do that.
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started in american guns on the discovery channel is now behind bars with federal charges. he also runs gun smoke firearms in wheat ridge. a dog accused of mauling three people in denver is in the hands of animal control. among the victims, a 20-month- old toddler had to have surgery. a neighbor who was too afraid to show her face says she's terrified of that dog. >> he chased me down the street, and i triped over the porch to get in the house away from him. >> denver animal control wouldn't answer our questions about why t's taken so long to take action. court documents show the dog %- has attacked several people and a handful of pets since 2011. in a couple cases, the dog broke the other dogs' leg. the owner is now charged with a felony.
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state meann changes are coming for e-470. the company managing the highway says traffic ii up 12% from 2014. they plan to expand an 8-mile stretch from parker to quincy. expected to cost $80 million. >> seeing the traffic increase, in addition to that they are developing neighborhoods along the road that were never there when the road was first built. there were not any neighborhoods and now there's aa signiffcant amount of population and housing along the corridor. >> officials believe the state's population growth, airport traffic and lower gas prices all contribute to more people using the toll road. uber will pay $28.5 million to settle two lawsuits accusing the company of misleading customers about the extent of safety procedures and background checks. riders who used uber between january 1, 2013 and january 31 of this year are eligible for money. the judge still has to approve
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a man wins the lottery and his priceless reaction is caught on camera. >> plus, a local church says they have experienced a miracle after the church goes up in flames. you'll get a chance to see it for yourself. >> wonder why we've got thii incredibly warm weather? look at the jet stream. we're underneath this massive ridge. all the strong winds up to the 3 north and the east, which means until this next system arrives, it's going to be n (donkey sound) (elephant sound)
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between making noise, (tapping sound) and making sense. (elephant sound) (donkey sound) when it comes to social security, we need more than lip service. our next president needs a real plan to keep social security strong. (elephant noise) hey candidates. enough talk. give us a plan. the difference between it's a person who believes they can, surrounded and supported by others-by us- who believe it, too. u.s. bank -- the
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here's a look at other stories making news hot on the internet today. there's a small town in slovenia that is planning to out drinkable beer. that's what it would look like. it would dispense a variety of local beers. visitors are invited to pay six euros for drinks in a commemorative mug. they say it will increase tourism. i'm sure your freezer likk mine is full of girl scout thin mint cookies by now. a humanist decided to think about bad girl scout cookies these are drag alongs, dusted with lint and cat hair. the asbestos delight, and radioactive mints, gluten free with glowing uranium core. i'll stick with the show was. shows a. if you want to take your hair to the more mystical level, you need a nicorn horn. it's hair pilee high typically
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videos. some people are now mixing the horn with the magical rainbow coloring of their hair to take the style to a new my little pony level. i think this is one of the neatest ideas i've seen in a long time. these things here are called sled legs. they're a unique pair of snow sleds that attach to the front of your legs so you can slide downhill and stand up and run with them still attached to your legs. the inventors are currently raising money to produce these. the inventors say with slld legs you run up the hill, take a few quick steps, slide and enjoy the ride. looks pretty fun. >> i can see those being popular here. >> cool. running, i would think as it flips up on your thigh, you get a bruiie under your knee. >> or, if youuwalk to work, wear those, if you fall down, no big deal. >> you're always thinking.
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yep, yep, yep. thank you, george. thanks, jayson. just short of a miracle, that's how a colorado woman describes what she saw after a church fire. this mark above the picture of the saint, the woman says that smudge of ash forms a crown. it does look like that. it happened after the church caught fire. the woman says she thinks it's her way of god protecting the church. california man down on his luck has 1 million reasons to smile today after winning a lottery scratch ticket that millionaire. >> his reaction priceless. it was caught on camera. when he learned the news he started crying, shaking hands and hugging everybody in sight. this is footage from the store's security cameras. turns out january 28th winnings time. he was down to his last few his apartment because he didn't
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was. by far one of the worst days. >> his expression on his face, whoa, went from being excited to crying because he realized he won $1.2 million. >> he took the lump sum, 696,000 bucks before taxes. he plans to continue with college, invest wisely and keep his job as a pizza driver. >> as long as he invests properly, he'll be good. keep some for rent and food and it. we know not everrone is a skier. but here in colorado we love to get out in the mountains. let's take you to copper mountain. grab the snow shoes and get out there. this weekend is going to be it's president's weekend, which means it will be you and thousands of your closest
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weekeed, at least weather-wise. winds calm in thh high country. even in the foothills not bad. wind speeds now in the teens. single digits to the teens. here in denver barely any wind. we're going tt see stronger wind speeds across the foothills throughout the afternoon. because of the down sloping winds it's helping with our temperatures. 48 now in boulder and broomfieldd downtown 52. %- castle rock the warm spot at 61 degrees. as we zoom out you can see the 60s in trinidad. 50s in the southeast corner of the state.. up in the high country how about 42 in aspen, 44 in leadville. steamboat and craig in the 20s. the rest of the day and evening, you can ee the temperatures warm nicely, about 55 where we should top out in denver. by 4:00 we'll begin to cool a little bit. still nice and pleasant. this evening very mild for where we should be this time of year. our ooernight lows only down
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not bad at all. fort collins about 533 estes park close there as well at 52. kingsburg a high of 48 degrees. % the mountain towns nice and warm. 46 in eagle. gunnison still a cold spot, though. you get that valley air that pools down there. 28 your high. lamar 61. sterling and burlington the 40s. when we look at futurecast there's nothing to show you for the hhgh country. clear skies today, and even overnight. northeast corner of the statt you'll see the clouds. they'll hang there through this evening, and that will help with the temperatures overnight. tomorrow as you wake up and get ready for your saturday morning, few clouds. we still have quite a bit of sunshine. these will be the higher clouds, very similar to what we are seeing today. it's not going to affect our temperature too much. we go up from here. 62 degrees tomorrow. niceeand warm. as we head into sunday, slightly cooler.
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saturday. our temperatures stay in the mid- to upper 50s, low 60s. wednesday the bright spot, 65 degrees. look at the lows, 35 degrees at the end of next week, unbelievable. >> which could be the daytime high at this time of year. >> and it will be soon. >> yeah. >> don't jinx yourself. >> come on, debbie downer. if you love the theater you're probably boiling over %- with excitement now after the big announcement last night from the denver center of performing arts. we know the lineup for the up coming seaaon. >> always an exciting ttme of year. this year you went back to the classics, didn't you? >> well, we have a good blend, i think, mitch, actually. we have some great revivals that people love, such as phantom of the opera and cabaret. we also have really great new inventive shows, including the
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the curious incident of the dog in the night time, which really amazingly new, e motive, creative shoos that i think really reflect what's going on in broadway today. >> we're looking at video from the shows from this past year. i got to ask you about frozen, this is going to be so huge, don't you think? denver audiences will be the first not only in the country, but technically in the world to get to see this much anticipated production on stage. >> very nice. how do you go about choosing which shows?? many people i'm sure that would love to be here and have their production in our facilities, because they're so nice. how do you choose? >> again, in an ideal world, we do a balance. we like to try to get some really good drama, comedy, family friendly shows, and
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broadway, the current state of what's happening artistically. if we can bring that to denver in a season we feel we've done our job. >> a good mix. >> when can you start buying tickets for those shows? >> the most important thing for people to know, if you become a season subscriber today to the dcpa broadway division, you actually get tickets to all of the shows that we announced as part of ouu season. then opportunity to buy shows in advance of the general public. i would really encourage people to subscribe. >> have friends who do that, and i wait tto long and it's like, it's sold out. >> they sell out so fast. they're so popular. >> great way to get them and know you have tickets.. >> absolutely. >> very good. >> thank you for coming today. >> thank you. >> you can catch that broadway rendition of rozen and phantom one of my favorites. >> we'll be there for that. we have much more on come on
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one man's valentine's day gift that has everybody talking. rin the middle of a time when senior povertyt is increasing. republicans and some democratsp came up with a brilliant idea for cutting cost-of-living adjustments for social security. we said, "it will be over our dead bodies if you cut social security." as president, i will do everything i can to extend the solvency of social security and expand benefits for people who desperately need them. i'm bernie sanders,
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couples around our state hear wedding bells.
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denver clerk's office offering free ceremonies today. >> several judges to marry all the couples. also plenty of food with drawingssto win a honeymoon. this is the first couple to get married for free today. >> if you're looking for a unique way to celebrate valentine's day, we have just one thing you might want to know about, how about running away from a pack of zombies? >> sounds romantic. you can do that tonight at a uniqqe haunted house. denner7's jason gruenauer shows us a look at this interesting valentine's day choice. >> fun. >> reporter: we have something unique for you, the 13th floor haunted house normally a halloween destination is open yeah, of course. we're going to go inside and kind of show you around. of course there's the creepiness and craaliness of all of this kind of stuff. this is friday night and saturday night from 7:00 to 10:00 on brighton boulevard.
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jump out at me. there's blood everywhere. we're having a good time. this is actually, you might not think of it as a date ppace, but -- oh, my god! that's why you don't think of it as a date place. but they are asking people if you want to come -- okay, thank you, excuse me, excuse me, okay. they do it's about a pg-13, because of the creepiness. the little kids they can stay %- at home with the grandparents. if you want tt bring your ex, maybe, because you want to scare them. [ screaming ] like that. hi, how are you? nice to see you. all right. 3 again, the 13th floor brighton boulevard. they said they had somebody get proposed to in this haunted house, believe it or not, last year. i'm not sure i'm going to get proposed to by that one or not. i think we've made it out officially. okay, okay, chainsaw!
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dumped you. no, okay. he's revving the chainsaw. -`we're going to get out of here as quickly as humanly possible. everybody, have a great valentine's day. i'm jason gruenauer for denver 7. >> he may or may not have made it out. >> can we send him to a haunted house every day. >> so great. there's a guy in indiana giving us competition when it comes to valentine's day. his wiff said i just want a card. so he did this in the form of a billboard. it says, pat and patty forever, 27 years and counting. you complete me, love pat. listen to her reaction. >> and i just started ggsping and crying, i can't believe it. >> crying and totally lost it. it was excited. it's what i wanted was to surprise her and let her know how special she is and let her know that these 27 years have been great for me. >> now youugot to top that,
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they have three kids and a if you grandchild. how about that? >> i love their names are pat and patty. alabama couple knows how to celebrate their love withouu breaking the bank. >> celebrating their 50th anniversary at krystal burger. they go there every year. family and friends joined them. they say they started this tradition because they were dead broke when they got married. >> heap. >> what's that? >> cheap. >> every year. >> we're going for 50 more? >> if we can live long enough. >> glad i have you for 50 years. >> yeah. >> cute. >> they knew each other just three weeks before they got married. >> wow. >> whether it's a burger joint or fancy restaarant -- >> great memories, why not? >> i think it's cute. likk we were dead broke then, and keeping it. >> keep the tradition. >> that's a fun tradition. very cute.
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