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pueblo, our winds have been about 20-30 miles per hour at times down through this area. the area we're watching very carefully, bbt looks like the winds will continue to die down. at this point, 60 degrees in denver. our winds out of the north about 16 there is actually cooler airheading our direction right now. temperatures right now, right had now are beautiful, but we do have to watch for this fire danger. >> stacy we think about high fire danger in july and maybe not so much in february. this wildfire has burns 500 acres in fort fortunately no one was hurt. >> we're in front of west metro fire station 9 in jeffersoo county and we have a perfect example of the kind of dry grasses we're seeing acdns cross the front range.
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fuel for a fire especially with see. >> given a warm day like today, it's a really big fire danger and we need to be aware of it. as people travel through colorado, or enjoy the warm weather, we need to pay attention to the dry grasses, and make sure that we're not doing anything to start a fire. >> we still don't know what starts this fire in lincoln county south of limon. the sheriff's office just shared this dash-cam footage and you can see that a deputy is doing everything that he can to keep the fire from jumping the highway. we have seen a string of firess like this one recently. somewhat surprising when not long ago there was such a significant snowstorm. >> the snow that we have on the ground really doesn't provide any moisture for the grasses. the grasses are dead. and if you have emberor anything that starts the fire, the fire will move through the grasses very quickly. >> reporter:
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their way to mention the importance of not throwing cigarette butts outside of car windows. firefighters were just telling us that a person could be responsible for the entire cost for a fire if they are caught doing that, just something to keep in mind with such warm, windy, and dry conditions. linzi watts, denver 7. >> definitely windy. and in green mountain falls a house was destroyed after it caught fire early this morning. this is near cascade. the fire spread from the fire to nearby trees and grass. it's not clear what caused this fire. developing now i-70 in glenwood springs with stay closed. this is a new picture cdot is sharing of the road. a rockslide did serious damage to the road on monday and it's been closed since then. crews are removed the larger boulders, but there is still for repairs that the road need. we're expecting another update from cdot soon and we'll bring
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recommends that you use two alternnte routes one north, one south. we have a breakdown of both routes on the denver 7 app. a crash at a busy intersection hurts a person in %- a wheelchair and stalls traffic. this was right outside of our denver 7 studio at spear and broadway. police tell us that a car hit a person in a wheelchair. that person was taken to the hospital. police are questioning the driver to try to figure what happened here. southbound lanes of i-25 near lark pur are back open. one person was thrown from onn serious injuries. investigators think one of the before it happened. traffic was detoured for about three hoursing and as can you imagine this led to some retty there. this is a sobering reminder to never drink and drive. the adams county sheriff's office is sharing this video
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drunk driver. last weekend a sergeant was in this suv at a red light when another vehicle slammed into the back of it. %- recover. frustration boiled over in a collrado springs impound lot truck driver. police say he began upset when he saw a driver towing his car. it, but the driver refused. once he to get out of the impound lot a vehicle pulled up and someone fired several shotses before taking off. the tow-truck drivers chased the suupects, but they got away. brazen thieves are targeting boulder county neighbors of they broke into cars, steal garage door openers and get into the victims' ohm. the homeowners were home at both of these burglaries. louisville police tell us this is the man they are looking for. they say they investigated similar crimes earlier this month.
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flags will return to fall- staff. they were lowered last week after supreme court justice anylonin scalia and also lowered for mesa county deputy gear who was shot and killed last week by a teen. pot may be day be certified as organic. a colorado house committee endorsed a bill assigning that certification. so gar the city of denver has received thousand of marijuana plants from growers suspected of using pesticides and speaking of pesticides two are trouble for using them. theoreticals say pot is now considered a public safety risk dispensaries. it's not cleer how many plants while it got fairly warm today. some folks died decided to chill out for a great cause and those good samaritans took to the polar plunge at the auroraers are vier. eric, this benefits special olympics. >> reporter:
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sponsor of special olympics and i have to say it takes a lot of guts to go into the icy reservoir, but hens of people 1, 2,! >> one gutsy taken at a time. % >> good luck? >> taking the ultimate plunge. >> show up to jump in the reservoir, in february, yes, that fill miz heart! >> raising money for those who need it most. >> there are so many incredible people out there that care about our organization and our athletes. 3 >> special olympics colorado athletes. >> are you nervous? >> yes. >> ike anna hall. >> are you excited? >> yes! without fundraisers like polar plunge won't be able to play the sports that she loves. >> football and track. >> we raise dollar in the community form these program for people in colorado alone. >> reporter:
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the 30-something degree water:a few slip no-fly zone left behind, but in this community our special olympic athletes will never be left in the cold. so you are ready for this %- one? they raised $127,000 just at this polar plunge. lessa and eric emceed this event and there is going to be another polar plunge next week at the denver zoo. lisa and eric have two teams that we're talking about here. they have got a morning team versus the evening. denver 7 team is trying to other and go to to donate for the olar plunge next week and yes, i will be doing the polaa plunge -- not looking for forward it it, but it's for a good caused. >> you are going to do it eric. >> yes, i'm ready. >> . [ laughter ] >> thank you so much, eric.
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mount english has become the third mcnabb in national park in that set new visitation records. according to fort collins colorado, it surpassed yellowstone and yosemite in 2013. >> a heart-breakingtor story in castle rock and how one deputy's mistake may have cost this mother of six her life. then the best of the best are getting ready for the world games at copper mountain. next, hannah and connor tell us why this competion is so big for special ollmpic athletes and the mountain? and virgin galactic unveils the new spaceship arch the devastating crash in 2014.
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welcome back now toe a denverr7 exclusive a mother of six is murder and our investigators found she might still be alive if not for a significant deputies. chef investigator tony kovaleski exposes a lie that the deputy told and explains its role in christin lockett's death. >> this is a story about a murdered mother of six. >> she is a really good mother who didn't deserve anything to happen o her. >> about a husband's violent history. the small gun is potentially homicidal and suicidal? >> reporter: and the story connecting dots between a critical phone call, and a deputy's decision to distort the truth. did your office consider criminal charges against this deputy? >> we did and i think we still do. >> reporter: months before the district
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deputy's decision, cristin lockett was asking for help. >> he is ikely in the area. >> reporter: this arrest warrant came out of lincoln county last july, kirsten's husband was a wanted man. >> he was wanted in connection for multiple fflonn. >> reporter: five days later police responded to the homef her brother's home in castle rock and inside kirsten was dead, stabbed multiple times and according to police, her husband rick was in the closet with her, along with a knife. >> there were two phone calls between our agencies, advising then of the armed and dangerous indicator on mr. lockett-days before police arrested mr. lockett a sheriff's deputy made a critical call to calculatele rock during their search for lockett.
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information in regards to extra patrols and increased vigilance. >> painful? >> it is painful. >> reporter: sheriff nestor answered our questions and confirmed one of his deputies distorteddthe truth. claiming he called the castle rock police department asking for increased patrols. >> when you learned that the deputy in fact, was not truthful, what was your reaction? >> i was actually hocked. i mean absolutely shocked that those calls weren't made, because i was told they were. >> reporter: according to this document, cell phone data shows rick lockett was in the castle rock area for two days before the murder and shows that deputy wineski admitted he never made the call. >> f. >> reporter: did this deputy embarrass your department? >> i will be blunt and say he did. >> their agency called the colorado state patrol, colorado
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castle rock police directly. >> whether you direct when you hear that? >> it hurts. it hurt. >> reporter: your name and your picture. your credibility. >> my face. yes. >> reporter: captain now knows he misinformed the public because his deputy didn't tell the truth. >> i thought i could trust him and i for every intect and purposes i should have been able to trust him and that trust was violated. >> reporter: the integrity of your police department was putz into question here. >> cattle rock police chief investigated lincoln county's claim. >> we discoveree that we did not receive the call from lincoln county. >> reporter: that deputy is no longer employed in lincoln county, surprised? >> i'm not surprised. >> reporter: should that deputy be allowed to work in another department? >> no, i'm not going make a
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he won't work in this >> reporter: resigned for personal reasons and the lincoln county sheriff's office still does not know why he failed to make lockett. >> wound could argue if those kirsten lockett might be alive >> tony, i don't know. i can't ever say we would know that:00 did deputy wineski have happened? >> i would say that is not my perspective. ultimate plait the responsibility lies with the defendant in this case. do i wish that those calls would have went out? absolutely. i wish that. but they didn't. >> reporter: so now seven months later you have a husband behind bars, six children without a mother, and two communities left with questions? it's sad, it's totally sad. 3
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and it should have never happened. >> reporter: tony kovaleski reporting. rick lockett is in jail, charged with liz wife's murder. our investigators made several attempts to get a hold of deputy wineski, but he didn't respond. we have learned after living lincoln county he was hired as a volunteer reserve deputy in neighboring cheyenne county, but shortly after we asked questions about hi hiring he was term innated. what a daa afternoon highs in the 60s or us around the ront range, but up in mountains beautiful as wwll. here attloveland pass it looks different than last weekend witt heavy snow coming down. right now in denver, beautiful blue skies overhead. the winds of course have been a little gusty, extreme at times over the last two days, but they are dying down. we have a brush fire burning in
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carson and we have been watching a ton of know of and there is say cold front heading our direction right now as we speak and then another bigger system coming in from the pacific northwest bringing rain and snow for the beginning of might have one busy morning snowy commute on tuesday. thanks to that storm system. today though you wouldn't know today. 47 is normal for this time of year. our record 75 degrees and currently 65 degrees and humidity at 20% and winds 16 miles per hour. and for the most part winds have been 20-25 miles per hour at times here -- along the front range. and gustier through the afternoon. as we go into tonight they should be 5-10 miles per hour and that will continue into tomorrow as well. unless ou are near the frontal boundary as it pushes down, there will be a little gusty as
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we had a few light showers through northeastern colorado. earlier today a little light snow showers active, but light to moderate rainfall coming down. denver we're completely dry with nice clear skies. i wanted to show you the wider view of the satellite-radar picture because it's quiet in colorado and the surrounding states. ass e go into the few days, monday and tuesday, range changing to snow. this will affect us tonight and tomorrow. frontal boundary will push to the south going in thissevening and you will notice the difference tomorrow afternoon. overnight lows innthe low 30s and tomorrow instead of the 60s we'll be in the upper 40s dures the day. as for our futurecast not until monday afternoon do we start it see the moisture come in.
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it changes to rain as it comes down the evening for the front range and changes over to snow for tuesday for us. moderate snow. 20s and 30s for overnight lows throughout the you ar at. teens and 20s for the mcminnvilles and through the southeassern part of the stay, 30s for lows. tomorrow cooler here with the upper 40s to around 50 degree range. temperatures in he day, 40s gunnison. tonight we'll have overnight low of 20 degrees mostly clear skies. tomorrow 49 degrees. cooler and breezy at times about. seven-day forecast. degrees tomorrow. then 55. rain moves in. 3 changes to snow. we get snow on tuesday with high of 36. and then we're back up into the 50s and 60s by next weekend. so on saturday, sunny skies and 63 degrees. >> yeah.
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air and say wwee. >> do you think it's going to be a warmer than normal march for us. >> it could be, but it's our snowest month. >> we'll get is hit a few times. >> when ww return on denver 7 our special olympics reporter conner and hanna take to us copper mountain and show us how big the world game ready not foyt athletes. after a devastating loss, virgin tt2watu# s4 bt@qop< tt2watu# s4 "a@q_\x tt2watu# s4 bm@qtwt tt4watu# s4 " dztq 0 t tt4watu# s4 " entq @$4 tt4watu# s4 " gzt& y#l tt4watu# s4 " hnt& i- tt4watu# s4 " iztq #dx
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. welcome back we're just two weeks from the world games at copper mountain. a big moment for special olympics athletes from around the state. as you know by now we have been working on these stories with our new reports an nav and conner. eric congave them homework haun they wrote this entire story themselves. >> reporter: i'm here at hanging out wi conner our
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fortune last 27 years and we asked stephanie sweeney copper's communications director how big of a deal it is for copper? >> they come in here and they are here for a full day. they are across multiple venues on mostly based ii our west village. it's boom! >> cody field is a snowboarder and he is ready for the winter games. >> very exciting. little nerve-wracking, but it will work. it's the best term i could ever have inhir life. >> reporter: it's a big deal for the coaches, too. >> it's once a year thing we all get together and it's just a great experience for all of us. >> reporter: the winter games at copper is always a hit with the fans. >> at the state-level you have so many people watching you, it's like, this issmy experience. >> reporter: i meet a lot of good people. `> it's louder than if you go to a bronco game [ laughter ].
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there is like a medal celebrate. i'm conner? >>i'm hanna. >> back to you. >> i love see thinking personalities. excellent job. the games are ferrum 28th, at copper mountain. this is probably the best view of something you can't see. it's a massive black hole and it's 300 light years from earth. this is the sharpest image scientists were able to take using the hubble telescope. it's llrger than a million suns combined. you can't see it beeause black holes pull light in their gravity. exciting discoveries like black holes have a lot of people interested going to space. nasas has received a record number of applications for its
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almost three times the number it got in 2012. previous record was in 1978 when 8,000 people applied. after a devastating setback a few years ago virginia galtic is anxious go to back to space and it replaces the one dessroyed in an accident in 2014. our next hall-hour, remembering a supreme court justice, friends, family and other leaders gather at our apitol to pay their final respects to justice antonin scalia. >> donald trump losing ground when it comes to his lead over the other g.o.p. candidates? we have a breakdown as the south carolina primaries begin to come to an end. >> good afteenoon everybody, jahmal webster and coming up on sports extra:the battle on
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pioneer, those are coach's words. at coors field tonight, plus last weekend they opened up defense of their 2015 national
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. 3 developing now we just got off the phone with cdot, i-70 in glenwood springs will stay closed today, but cdot hopes to have it re-opened by tomorrow. this is a new picture cdot s sharing oo-line and right now crews are working to remove large rocks that could fall on the road. they'll keep working on the road through the evening, and continue working on it tomorrow. hillary clinton took the stage about an hour ago to deliver
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>> it's a campaign to break down every barrier that holds you back. we're going build ladders of opportunity so every american can go as far as your hard work can take you. >> meanwhile polls have just closed in south carolina and we'll bring you results. donald trump has strong support in state. a recent poll shows that he is loses to rubio. today he will be at an event at the pueblo convention center and tomorrow afternoon he'll stop in colorado springs at colorado college. thousands said farewell to the antonin scalia the 9-year-old conservative icoo passed way justice scalia's funeral mass was held at the nation's
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%- into the massive basilica that is surrounded bit faith he held dear justice scalia's sons carry his casket in a final farewell. >> hope does not disappoint because the love of god has through the holy spirit-a justice clarence thomas. >> the deepest he went in his catholic faith, the better a citizzn and public servant he became. he talked about the importance of his father's christian faith and lovv for his large family. >>sure he forgot on or before names at timms or mix them up. [ laughter ] but there are nine of us.
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among the thousands in attendance, countless dignitaries, vice president joe biden and former vice president dick cheney. >> every funeral reminds us of just how thin the veil is % between this world and the next. >> reporter: following justice scalia's casket to his final resting place, the more cherished part of his legacy, his widow, nine children and 36 grandchildren after today's mass scalia's family and friends attended a private burial service. there will be another memorial washington. court. abc news washington. honkered down. there is a nationwide curfew in of disaster declaration. wind speeds from cycleon winston were estimated
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nowwwe have had strong winds. not quite that strong, but we had beautiful weather across denver. fire around pueblo and looks like they are getting a handle on that and not as much smoke in the atmosphere from that wildfire that has been burning, but our width speeds between 15- 25 miles per hour along the front range and parts south, gusting up to 30 miles per hour. they should be dying down few days. our temperatures outside, 60 degrees. it's really not bad. continues from the north alt 16 miles per hour. look at these temperatures outside. 50s and 60s,well above where we should be, even right now for february. we should be in the mid to upper 40s. as we widen thissout, you can see that we have 40s and 50s through parts of our mountain areas and western slope as well. the next few days with we have chances for snow in the seven-
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i will show you to you in just a little bit. >> it's y-thank you. isn't hov lane a hov lane when you have to pay a fee? last year when the new toll lanes opened on highway 36hov rules changed. transponder, costing $35 without ii you will be charged a toll. % debate the need for that device? >> i'm sure that we're catching people again and again, little gotchas on this. let's make hov lanes that were designed to be used forrfree, free. >> if this oes through and no one has to declare that they have hov using austrianssponder we have to look at seriously on the lane? >> the toll lane bill will be heard in committee thursday at 1:30.
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a car crash nvolving a local police department wants answer. their lives have been torn apart. her fianci was killed early thursday morning after his car officer. coordinating to the police, tte officer was heading to an emergency ca cars collided whether woods heading north tried to make a turn. a preliminary investigation reveals that the offfcer's lights and sirens were onnat the time. >> i can't ask him did you pull out in front of a car? did you mean to? i can't ask waa his lights on sirens on? i can't ask him those questions and since i can't, i just want to know -- i want to know the truth. >> so tragic, the couple has a 2-month-old son together. a gofundme site has been set up and can you find it on
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board makers may get hit wiih roll calls recalls. several airlines have band them and new york city banned them all together. volvo is not the only auto- maker with a recall. toyota is recalling rav4 because of possible problems with the seatbeltses. most were built between 2005 and 2014. meanwhile ford is rolling out pothole protection technology. the company says the shock absorber system automatically stiffens when sensors detect a pothole and that means that the wheel stays elevated rather than dropping into the hole some. luxury cars including the lincoln brand have similar technology. when we return, we'll
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abc news projects donald trump will win tonight primary based only analyses of the vote. we'll have full results coming up tonight at 10:00. the meals on wheels program in littleton has been driving away hunger since the 1960s, as mitch jelniker reports. >> reporter: this is the heart of the tlc
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littleton and well beyond. >> it's such a good program. >> reporter: marilyn ness knows the power of serving others. >> i have volunteered for 45 years. >> reporter: you heard right, 45 years' of volunteering. >> most marriages don't lasts along. it's incredible that someone is a volunteer and does this. >> i started off as a driver. >> reporter: marilyn has been here since the early days. tlc mealsn wheels served mostly littleton and now the program has 26 routes covering 95 square miles of the south metro. fresh meals for more than 400 clients leave here every day, thanks to volunteers like marilyn ness. >> in a very loving way we call her grandma. >> only john call me grandpa. >> reporter: [ laughter ]. >> if anyone gets tired they look over their shoulder and is there is grandma working away. so it keeps us moving fort [ applause ] for all your wheels.
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long time. congratulations! >> and to learn more about the tlc wheels on wheels program go to the and and 7 every day heroes. >> reporter: stacy you were just telling us you volunteered for meals on wheels. >> when we are really little temperatures in the 60s with gusty winds. but not for long. we have snow heading our direction for the metro area and mountains.
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an honest leader building a movement with you to give us a future to believe in. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. journal. hi there meteorologist stacy danielson and it's beautiful outside. temperatures in the 60s, we should only be in the 40s this time of year here in the denver area, but it's been beautiful across the state. things are going to change. now you remember last weekend? we had lots of snow here at loveland pass and it's dry as a bone. we also have high fire danger across much of area. pueblo colorado, a picture of a wildfire burning the last few hours towards fort carson. we have such high winds for the area. the winds will be dying down
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tomorrow. and then rain and snow is headed our way. believe it or not we're going go from 60s into the 30s with snowfall by tuesday. yes, you are living in colorado, don't you just love it? hang around a little while and it will change. normally we should be around 47 and the record 75 degrees. set back in 1935. 27 our overnight low last night and normal low is about 20 degrees. outside now our winds out of north at this point at 16miral. you will see that camera shaking and every now and then, the compression of the winds coming -- down slowing winds is what we call them and they compress and heat up and that is why we have the temperatures that are so high. that will change as we go into the next couple of days. a couple of storm systems moving through and we'll cool things down. winds 20-25 gusting at times here for the front range and plains. we also have light rain moving through the northeastern part of the state as you see here. just a little bit of it
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we haa a little light snow for north mountains earlier today. otherwise it's moving prettyy quickly to the south and east. our radar-satellite picture shows things quiet, but one storm from the pacific northwest will hilt us monday night into tuesday and bringing rain and snow our direction. the cold front to the north will be cooler air tomorrow once this passes through tonight. so that is what we're expectings that front make it's way our direction. as for our 24-hour planner, see how the temperatures good from 50s down into the 30s in the overnight low hours and in the upper 40s for tomorrow? so it will be a little cooler than the last few days. i wanted to show you futurecast because it's notice until monday afternoon that we start snow coverage area. snowfall and we'll get that moisture pushing through. lows for tonight in 209s and
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be back into the upper 40s to % around 50 degrees during the day. our lex tonight, 27 here in denver. and tooorrow afternoon back unto 49. shouldn't be bad at all. breezy,,slightly cooler during the afternoon. look at seven-day forecast? a lot going on. 49 tomorrow, 55 with rain monday nnght, changes ore to snow. should be a tricky commute on tuesday in the morning and 40s and 50s to takes through thursday and friday. 60s by saturday with sunny skys. >> she is clearly trying to tourat us. >> clearly, what else would she be here? >> [ laughter ]. >> that is right. jahmal, what do you have for us. >> we have pioneers, du dominating the local sports scene, hockey and lacrosse. when we come back the defending national champs meet the previous tiileholders. who would finish on top at the classic?
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may 25th a day that lives in denver histrism welcome into sports extra. i'm jahmai webster and that is the day that the doctor u pioneers became champions. that was in 200is a and the saying goes, what have you done for mee pioneers ranked no. 2, taking duke w-both teams the top 5 per usual.
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glass, what a name, led the blue devils with four goals and that s one of them. both teams opened the scoring in the second half. stops on a time, fires it home, 9-7, 4th period now tied at 9. firing from straight on and the game would never be tied again. tonight, history will be made when the du hockey team takks the ice outside at coors field against in-state rival colorado college. they have played each other for 66 years ago, but this will be the first outdoors. it's billed the battle only blake and the preclude to the stadium series next saturday. yesterday both teams their chance accounts receivable a
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his guy kindergarteners. >> it's something why you want to go to a great school like university of denver, because we're an elite college hockey program, one of the best in the countrr and that is what we want do. we want to be in big events. `> most i have played is in front of 18,000 in russia and it will be a different atmosphere with thousands more people. should be very excite. >> martin luther king season is 612-games long and in 2014 your rockies nearly lost 100 of the games, last season they lost 94 of the games. so what keeps us come back for more? that is easy. optimism of a fresh new start. what day is it today? it's today. squeaked piglet, my favorite day, said winnie the pooh. >> that is the top of optimism the rockies entered 2016 with. it's about seizing the day rocks held their first pitchers
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and some would say positions essential. the skipper will looks like look says everyone has to step up. >> not just for myself, as you said, but more so for our team and the organization, you know? is to see that we can develop pitchers successfully, and we have to go out there and give our team the best chance to win %- each and every day. >> keep your eyes on this. went back into my archivesreel -- that is me out there. >> no. >> posterrize, son? >> juut kidding, this is wisconsin high schooler, melvin lee, only listed at 5. 5" and threw down thh jackhammer, over two defenders. >> oh, wow. everybody loves a life poster. autobots unite. i have been to the colorado rockies, but haven't had a
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or skiing, but forget that, i found my calling. check this dude out, skying in the french alps with his transformer suit. how fun does that look? for from one crazy skier to a professional. although lindsey vonn lost by .4sb 100 of a second. she deleted the post and apologized and said, "she should have just tt2watu# s4 bt@qop< tt2watu# s4 "a@q_\x tt2watu# s4 bm@qtwt tt4watu# s4 " dztq 0 t tt4watu# s4 " entq @$4 tt4watu# s4 " gzt& y#l tt4watu# s4 " hnt& i- tt4watu# s4 " iztq #dx
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` well, temperatures are going to be warming up as we get through the end of this coming week, but in the meantime, we have snow heading our direction monday night into tuesday. watch out for that commute tuesday morning, could be a shrill slick and high 36
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>> announcer: the following is a presentation of espn on abc. steph curry, the nba's leading scorer put up another 31 points last night in portland. he is grooving here. there weren't many other positives to talk about. the defending champs in oakland suffered one of their worst losses in three seasons. will they bounce back a few hours later? not if chris paul has anything to say about it. something's got to give. let's get you set for the


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