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"mad max: fury road." and the oscar goes to -- "spotlight." >> "spotlight" has six oscar nominations this year, wink for best original screenplay and best picture. >> thank you, hello, everybody.
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wow. this film gave a voice to survivors. and this oscar amplifies that voice, which we hope will become a choir that will resonate all hope francis pope francis, it's time to protect the children and restore the faith. thank you very much. >> we would not be here today without the heroic efforts of our reporters. not only did they affect global change, but they absolutely show us the necessity for investigative journalism. >> we'd like to thank our partners, everyone at open road. jeff and jonathan and everyone
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e-1 anonymous content. josh stinger and tom mccarthy, your vision is unparalleled. to our cast, if there ever was a perfectly calibrated ensemble, you are it. thank you so much. >> all right! thank you. i want to unvit everybody here to the b.e.t. awards this summer. and i just want to say good night. this has been an amazing experience. congratulate all the oscar winners. buy some girl scout cookies. black lives matter. thank you!
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go to for clips from our exclusive backstage experience, extended thank yous go to for clips from our exclusive backstage experience, extended thank yous and more highlights. plus, later tonight it's "jimmy
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with chris rock, ben affleck, tracy morgan and more post-oscar fun. and tomorrow, "gma's" live from hollywood with all access inside tonight's most glamorous parties and epic surprises you'll never see coming. it's "gma's" oscar after party
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months. undetected for several months. denver investigates why it took more than 8 months for charges to be filed, following the brother's confession. that's your brother's name on that criminal complaint. >> it's heartbreaking. i can't say anymore than that. it's absolutely heartbreaking. >> reporter: the complaint reads the people of colorado vs. dustin nester. >> it's very disappointing and heartbreaking to say the least. why not expect this from any of my employees. brother or not. they're treated the same, i'm appalled. >> reporter: his brother worked inside the sheriff's office. charges include two counts of embezzlement of public property. >> from our stand point, this is serious.
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investigation, the district made the decision to file the charges. >> nobody is above the law. >> reporter: the sheriff's brother admitted to breaking into the sheriff's evidence room, there the complaint says he signed a dirty harry type weapon. the complaint says zane nester thought the revolver might be worth some money. he hoped to sell it for about $1,400. >> you are concerned the impact this might have on the integrity of the office? >> absolutely. >> reporter: concerned because the criminal complaint also said the sheriff's brother was able to gain access to the evidence room, because it was not properly secured. and less than a week after his initial confreaks, the criminal complaint said zane nester
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weapon from the room. the court document also says the sheriff's brother stole the second gun five days after stealing the revolver. this time he accessed the evidence locker by taking a master key. >> what happens here, is the trust about inside your office. >> we've taken substantial steps to increase security, key control from our evidence locker, and obviously that was the biggest issue. >> reporter: also questions about the delays in the investigation. records show zane nester admitted to stealing and trying to sell two guns from the sheriff's evidence locker in april of last year. charges were not filed for more than 8 months. the court document says december 23, charges officially filed two days after a phone call by denver 7 investigates.
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took so long for the charges to be filed. >> i think it's a fair question. >> reporter: district attorney brockler says part of it can be linked to a forensic computer analysis. >> our call had nothing to do with it. >> if i got a call from tony kovaleski that said what's the status of this case, would that light a fire under me to say, what's going on? might it have taken another week or two to get it filed, okay. but i don't think it was lang wishing on your desk, waiting for a call. >> no special treatment for the brother of a sheriff. >> not a chance, not in this jurisdiction, no way. >> reporter: denver 7 also asked questions of zane nester following a repeat court appearance in linken county. >> do you think the people of lincoln county deserve a comment? >> do you think that he has remorse for what happened? >> i have no doubt. i have not talked to him a lot about the case.
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so i'm going to talk to him. i have no doubt in my mind he's remorseful. >> reporter: a couple notes to leave you with tonight. dustin nester's trial should begin later this yyar. the sheriff says he has implemented several changes to prevent it from happening in the future. dustin nester resigned his position in the middle of that investigation. this is also troubling. we have learned that it took more than 100 days to realize that those guns werr missing from the evidence locker. >> wow. incredible. shocking, thank you, tony. terrifying moments for a long month woman. police want to find him. this is richard mon. earlier tonight, police found his truck near mead high school, but no sign of mon. this woman is accused of killing two motorcyclists near
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athina munoz's car hit two motorcycles, killing one of the riders and one of the passengers. we looked into munoz's past, and back in 2011 she killed two men who broke into her home when she was growing medical he never faced any charges under that case, because it fell under the make my day law. who would do this? taking all the cash from a group of girl scouts out selling cookies. it happened this weekend in aurora. molly hendrickson is live outside. something pretty special for these scouts. >> reporter: when the officers showed up at this king supers they felt compelled to help. not only did they donate their own hard earned cash, they also got their fellow officers to follow suit. when you're a cop, sometimes it's calls you least expect that leave the biggest impact. >> that's rye i got into work
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i can. >> i had to review the call, and look to make sure that i was reading it correctly, that it came out correctly. >> reporter: girl scout troop 25556 was keeling cookies at this king supers when this man walked in and walked out with their hard earned cash. >> all of their hard work down the drain. >> in this instance, we decided to donate some men, and sent out a message that we can send out through the cars. >> reporter: a call for help that was answered 10 fold. >> we had 20 officers or more come up with their own money, box of cookies. >> reporter: while these partners only have a blurry photo of a suspect to go on, it's this picture they'll remember. girl scouts, now smiling.
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>> what kind of cookies did you buy? >> two boxes of samoas, and two boxes of thin mints. >> are thee gone? deny. >> reporter: not only did the community showed up. by the end of the day, there were lines out the door here. as for the suspect, he still hasn't been caught. he's described as a black man, about 17 to 20 years old. 5'7", he was wearing all black, with a white bandanna. if you have any information, call aurora police. we're live in aurora tonight. molly hendrickson, denver 7. what a great weekend to spend time outside. chief meteorologist, mike wilson join us now. >> we're in the 70s yesterday. 60 for today, which is still great for the end of february, and right knew, the temperatures are still in the mid-40s in the denver area with a mix of 20s and 30s over the the radar screen is clear. but you look to the west, there's snow in idaho, and that is moving our way, heading for the mountains for monday.
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up, increasing clouds on the plains. i'm let you know if march is coming in like a lion or a lamb. democratic candidate force president making a push for support today. >> sanders used this event as an opportunity to urge young voters to be involved. he touched on topics like equality, and student debt. >> hillary clinton made stops in tennessee and arkansas, but still got some support in colorado, from colorado's first lady. >> she's ready to be commander in chief from day 1. she's going to be a great leader for this country, and it's inspirational for me to sea any leader, female, or male that is so prepared for the job. >> supee tuesday could make or break campaigns. >> we're also talking about 1500 delegates at stake here. this weekend, we didn't see any
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state pushing for votes. ted cruz talked to supporters in oklahoma. coloradans are gathering for our state's caucuses in just two days on super tuesday. for democrats, the results are binding. they are not though for republicans, meaning delegates will not formally decide how to vote until the party convention. you can find caucus locations right now when you visit our website, the denver as you probably just noticed, it was a huge night for mad max at this year's oscars, taking home six awards. while there was a lot of celebrating, there was no ignoring a giant elephant in the room tonight. >> host chris rock didn't hold back right from the start of the show. >> things are going to be a little different. things are going to be a little different at the oscars. this year, in the inmemorium
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black theater goers shot on the officers. >> you watched the show with the denver film society. >> what's the buzz there following the awards, russell? >> reporter: well you guys, a huge crowd tonight at the c film center on east colfax, they estimate 350 to 400 people packing two theaters here, and we're joinnd now by aileen o'brien with the denver film society. what is the buzz? is it a lot about what chris rock addressed at the beginning tension? >>was no way around that. sometimes just the perfect -`person is in the perfect place at the right time. i just think chris rrck, if it had been anybody else, i don't know that they could have handled it as well as he did. i think chris rock, rocked it. i do. the whole night was a really wonderful, i think diversity of
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of the program. it was wonderful that we had so societies. >> were you shocked by night? >> i was shocked. personally, it was my favorite win. all the pundits had promised it would be "the revenant." it was wonderful to see leonardo finally win. hearing the excitement about who wins and who doesn't. there was a real, like, shock won. a verbal shock in the room. >> reporter: thank you, aileen. we're going to go over here now. we have eden lane, host extraordinaire, reporter. i don't know, you have so many titles, eden, thank you for joining us. >> it's my pleasure. a fun night here. great to see you too. >> what was the best moment of the night for you, and let's talk about mad max. it won six awards tonight..
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techniial side of awards, really sort of recognizes that the kind of work that went into a rather underrated movie, if you're looking at it artistically. it's kind of a surprise, because the oscars really are about emotion more than artistic merit. it was a great surprise to see them win those awards. >> reporter: not your favorite. >> not my particular favorite -`movie, but the kind of craftsmanship they put into the movie was really above par. >> reporter: let's talk about leo. a big night for him. he's been nominated multiple times, and he finally got that statue. >> you can imagine that emotion he finally felt when he got to go up there, this whole season, that kind of momentum leading him forward to that moment. of course, he used that moment to talk about issues that were important to him, he felt were reflected in the work and the kind of thing that artists do in those moments. >> reporter: what was your favorite moment of the evening? >> i really loved seeing lady gaga take advantage of that kind of platform to not only acknowledge that she was a surviver of sexual assault, but
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take that moment with her. when artists do that, that's a very magical moment. >> reporter: you're looking good. are you going to be on the red carpet this july for the local emmy's? >> yes, i believe i am hosting the red carpet this july. but i'm going to be on channel -`7 tomorrow morning. >> reporter: awesome, tomorrow morning, the mornings show. there you go guys, we're live here at the c film center. still a good crowd behind us. as eden put it, these are the hardcore drinkers perhaps, getting that final drink in this evening, partying, and celebrating leo. >> well it was certainly a fun niggt. very entertaiiing. thanks a lot russell. coming up in 30 minutes, we made our picks before the big show,er we're going to let you know how we did. >> did you catch all the great looks on the red carpet? on you can vote your the best dressed. of course we have much more news for you.
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new snag in hawaii. >> the challenge the island chain is facing to keep up with demand. >> and they're creating amazing inventions that could save lives. but the students behind these ideas are now fighting the right to own the difference between possible and impossible? 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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new at 10:00, we all know our college students in colorado are pretty smart, and creating amazing things both inside the classroom, and after graduation. >> some students are finding out the hard way, what they property. mark, you found some students trying to save lives with their creation. >> reporter: these are students studying at cu denver. this is a rescue helicopter. when they lower that rope, a basket, or rescuer, here's a piece of rescue cable they use. here's the swing. they're devicing a device that goes across the top. what it does is stop, the rope swing, making everything much more safe. it's one of the most terrifying moments for me rescue crew member. not having control of the cable that's lowering them. >> they tried lowering a rescuer and the basket to try
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hitting the trees, which were close to 100 feet at that point. >> reporter: caleb car's friend, don gomez was on the other end of a rescue. >> after 6 or 7 tries, they ended up calling off the mission. >> reporter: gomez died of a heart attack that light. it led them to design a mechanism that stops the cable swing. >> as this goes back and fort, the idea is that the motor will rotate, and it will force the pendulum to go completely still. >> reporter: but the company, and product hit a snag when cu alerted them to its intellectual property policy. >> students creating a start up company, the intellectual property belongs to the university. if it's solely the students' invention, then it belongs to the student. >> reporter: cu won't identify what it plans to take. >> what investor is going to say, i'm jump onboard right away, when you don't know how
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company that you have worked tirelessly for. >> reporter: carr says regardless of how their fight against the university ends up, the project will continue, so what happened to don gomez doesn't happen again. >> cu's going to come in and say, look, this is ours. we're going to turn around and say, at least we saved lives. >> reporter: they've worked with lawmakers to write a bill that will be introduced this week. it will be scheduled for committee this week. we'll make sure to follow that bill in the process for you. mark boyle, denver 7. officials in boulder county are warning you, you could lose your property if you do not pay your property taxes. even if the taxes are under $800. four tax liens were bought up by a real estate agent that wants that property. so the treasurer wants to mick sure this doesn't happen to any more people. in five months, hawaii will
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because each water is surround the by federal properties, it's illegal to take pot from one island to the next. it could mean big shortages. tomorrow, construction starts on a new concrete barrier on highway 550 south of durango. it's to block off about 700 tons of rock that's been pushed against the hillside, to reinforce it. the fallen rock will be hauled away later this year. what a day today. sunshine. lighter winds after a breezy night last night, and a little bit cooler than yesterday. instead of the low 70s, we hid 60. right now, still very pleasant. 45 downtown, 46 at the airport. winds are from the southwest at 16 milessper hour. take a look at bigger picture. the jet stream winds are still coming from the west to the east, blocking the really cold air up in canada. but the big energy is out in the pacific. any storms are going to be fast moving, but pretty weak, and there's one cold front coming our way for tonight and tomorrow, that will mainly
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they'll begin to pick up some snow by early in the morning, while it stays dry on the plains, because hat front will go by so fast. the lows tonight will drop down into the teens and 20s in the mountains. about 33 out west of grand junction. 35 for denver. 26 at limon. as far as the snow tomorrow, it comes into the mountains, and it should be about a 3 to 6- inch snowfall there. notice on the plains through the noon hour, nothing. late in the day, it might pick up a little shower and thunderstorm activity up in nebraska, northeast colorado, and light snow that may just work its way into the foothills just to the southwest of denver. i think we'll stay dry here in the metro. 38 for leadville. 60 in denver. low 70s in southeastern colorado for tomorrow. along the front range, from about 40 degrees expected at frisco. 38 at winter park with snow coming there. partly cloudy skies. temperatures in the upper 50s, to low 60s in the lower elevations. for tomorrow, increasing clouds
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maybe a sprinkle of rain here or there, but most of it stays in the mountains. most of this week is going to stay dry, and pretty mild. it's 53 for tuesday. which is still a couple of degrees warmer than normal for wednesday, 58. 62 on thursday. back to the 60s friday, saturday, and sunday. still looking at a fairly significant change by the middle part of the month of march. so enjoy this quiet mild stuff, we need the moisture, and moisture. >> oh, yes. for sure. big a princess isn't easy.


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