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week of 60s and 70s really quiet weather, the storm we were tracking has weakened over southern colorado now starting to lift north and east of the state, we are seeing clearing skies in for a mostly sunny afternoon and another pretty mild day, one of the coolest days on the seven-day forecast today and we are 3 to 5 degrees above normal. by 10:00 will be at 56, 62 to 63 in nv upper 30s around 40. a mild today are wrong -- in- store along tte front range. jason, it gets even warmer this week, talking about 70s, more of them, but no snow on the seven-day forecast. >> we will have early somewhere this morning so keep an eye on that no construction on i-25
easy driving conditions down to the south side whether it is santa fe or north 70 looking good to the north. fort collins looking pretty nice as well, wide-open drive anywhere you want to go. overnight, first janet reno the first woman to serve as the us attorney general has died she was 78 years old, she died after a long battle with parkinson's disease. she served nearly 8 years as attorney general under bill clinton, no statement from either clinton on her passing. also that transit strike that has been going on in philadelphia has just ended, there were concerns this would disrupt public transit on election day leaving people with no way to get to the polls but an agreement has come in from officials, they will start getting service back up and running today. wheat ridge
arsenal -- serial arsonist. on october 10 there was a fire at the best interstate[ indiscernible ] -- inn also on kipling. and then one week later there was a fire on frontage road, on halloween there was another fire death so if you know anything about these crimes call police. cu boulder police looking was sexually assaulted in her dorm room on saturday. surgical center technician who stole painkillers will face a judge for sentencing. pleading guilty to federal charges after swapping out syringes of fentanyl with used syringes of his own possibly exposing patients to hiv as he is hiv positive.
running out of time to make sure your voice is heard, one day until election day not only do we have a race full of controversy but now we are dealing with the possibility of a terror threat, security is heightened nationwide after agencies learned of a possible plot in new york, texas and virginia. >> the fbi clearing hillary clinton once again in the latest investigation into the new emails. the opinion of the agency has not changed. and clinton should not face any criminal charges but trump feels differently and insists she is guilty. hillary clinton is still in the lead in colorado but the race is tightening. >> clinton up by three point on seven recent polls, two show it is a lot closer and five show the lead between one and six points the latest numbers come as both candidates make their
trump spent saturday night rallying voters at the western complex while bernie sanders campaigned in other parts of the state. >> the trunk -- trump campaign has not given up in collrado if they had they would not be spending time here. >> so far the election with clinton has made three stops in colorado, trump has made 12. al gore in town hoping to drum up support for hillary clinton, amanda del castillo reporter: good morning, al gore expected in boulder at 4:00 this afternoon and then in lakewood at 7:00. doors open just one hour ahead and he is here to discuss climate change and clinton. more specifically clinton's plan of reducing carbon emissions making america the clean energy superpower of the 21st century. he will relate climate change
one day until election day and more people have voted in colorado than this time in 2012. we are here at the lakewood culture center theater in lakewood previewing the visit all morning long, more on that stop later this one. live from lakewood amanda del castillo denver7 libertarian candidate gary johnson maki final push, holding a rally in lakewood where he was focusing on immigration. he told voters we should be building bridges across the us- mexico border not balls. before you cast your ballot, we have voting tips for you to make election day less stressful. >> here are your election 101. >> if you have not voted don't
ballots yet so if you want to keep this in mind we have 24 hour drop-off boxes. come whenever you want, put your ballot in the slot and begun, they will ccose at 7:00 on election night. if you want to do it in person this is an in person voting area. this is where you can still register to vote all the way up go in person or if you want more time and help you could go in person, if you have issues with your ballots this is where they issue replacement ballots. if you already voted put it in the box and it is gone, but if you made a mistake or something that is where they issue replacements, if you don't want to get out of your car today you can drive by and drop off your ballot here at 14th and
put it given to the person they put it in the box and it is gone, 7:00 election night that is when the polls close. as for who has voted so far, and a breakdown of that may be some issues with ballots will talk more about that coming up throughout the morning. reporting live downtown jason gruenauer back to you. >> if you have questions about the election or the process in general go to thedenverchannel.com or we have all the information you need to know before you cast your vote. the denver broncos down but not out after losing yesterday to the division rivals oakland raiders. >> not a pretty game. the broncos fall to third in the afc west behind the raiders and the kansas city chiefs. a move by brandon marshall has everyone talking.
anthem, all season he has been taking a knee. the progress made by the denver police department led to his decision to stand. major news in baseball. the rockies have hired bud black as their new manager. he will be introduced today at 11:00. most recently he managed the san diego padres. last month he resigned after his three-year contract kidnapping growing more gruesome by the day, another discovery made in south carolina after a woman was chained -- found chained in a storage container. the latest from a deadly shooting in georgia. on this monday we have fairly calm conditions, wind speeds at 5 to 15 miles per
our affiliate reports a newspaper building was damaged in this as well. the earthquake was the fifth largest in oklahoma history not as strong as the one that hit in september that was 5.8, and assisted living facility was evacuated because of damage more coming up at 5:00. authorities have found a second body on the property where a woman was found chained inside of a metal storage container. the search for continue after he confessed to killing at least seven people including four in 2003, one of the fathers of the victims reacted to the neww. >> i believe there is evil in the world and from what we are hearing this is a baa person. i hope to god that he does get what is coming to him. >> authorities located caleb
also found the body of her boyfriend on the property. a deadly shooting in georgia has taken the life of an officer.>> the officers were responding to a call about an argument at a house, that is when the suspect opened fire on the deputies as soon as they got on seeing. >> they got out, they walked 10 or under fire they were both struck. >> one of the officers died, the other in critical condition. the suspect was shot by police his condition has not been released. three people in custody near salt lake city after hitting and killing a olice officer during a pursuit. the 25-year-old police officer was killed. he was trying to set up spikes on the road when the suspects
magnitude earthquake hit just east of greeley yesterday morning. here's a look at the map, fortunately no damages or injuries were reported, dozens of people reported feeling the tremor. anticipation for ski season, our beautiful warm weather is ?reventing several resorts from opening up. one basin has been open for a couple of weeks, will open november 16, keystone was set to open last friday but that has been pushed back to the 18th. spots like wolf creek are updating their website with snowfall hoping more snow is on the way. resorts are not concerned yet. >> november is never a barometer, good or bad for the ski season. winter will come and ski season will get here.
mountains will likely see yet -- less during these years. >> he is right, winter will come. >> when was the last time there was great skiing around thanksgiving? it is rare. here is your cheat sheet for monday a warm and dry week statewide, today mostly sunny skies, temperatures in the low 60s, and with the time change yesterday our sunrise this morning yesterday felt so weird but it is nice to get a little son earlier in the morning. wings are coming in at 5 to 10 miles per hour, right now 46 degrees, dry conditions this morning and highs this afternoon in the low to mid 60s. it is a touch cooler today but plenty of sunshine and overnight tonight likely mid to upper 30s into early tomorrow
littleton today 63, centennial close to 60, low to mid 60s, bright and 64 and golden today 61. evergreen i hire 56, warm down south, pueblo at 70 with more mid to upper 50s through the central mountains. futurecast showing the storm we saw moved from the southwest earlier this weekend and travel across southern colorado and will continue to push out this morning. may be some left over fog and cloud cover across the plains early on, by 12:00 mostly sunny skies and it stays clear through the afternoon and evening that is what it looks like at 8:30 this evening. today in the low 60s, tomorrow we will warm a few degrees and in the bright spot on wednesday it is really warm, weatherwise this works out well tomorrow for people trying to get out and vote we will see dry conditions, mid-60s and then warm weather through the
pull out the christmas decorations this week but i am not in the mood. >> i did it, the lights are on and up. it is nice outside. i made the effort so i turned them on. you can see parker road looking pretty nice across 270 as well look at the drive between i-25 and i-70. you can see overall a lot of green including getting out to the airport. turning to health news, a news alert this morning two local restaurants have now served the recalled frozen strawberries linked to hepatitis a. >> these are at the fat alberts and long rooster. 11 restaurants have served
have gotten sick because of this. a team of japanese scientists have come up with a way to lose weight through the virtual reality diet goggles the headset can essentially hack your senses reducing your appetite making low-fat foods taste better. the system uses interactive computer techniques to virtually increase the size of a food item. the inventor says it can reduce the amount of food a person eats by 10%. >> i need to see these things. we can do anything online but one will be able to vote for the president. >> a look at why election technology still is stuck in the stone age's. >> one day we may get to cast our ballot online but for now research shows voters are satisfied with the status quo they prefer the security of paper ballots or electric
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the upper 50s to low 60s under mostly sunny skies. here's your first alert 10 degrees warmer this week coming up at 5:00. a lot of green on the highway system take a look at the drive on 470 around university, wide open on the west and east downside -- bound side. we are going to break mean for the city of denver and the way we use marijuana. details on the search for a mother in california who disappeared while jogging. and what you need to know about a deadly fungal infection in the us. >> she thought her son had a cold but this family never imagined their three-year-old would lose his ability to move. a rare condition has health officials concerned.
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we have team coverage on the presidential election, 24 hours until election day to choose a new commander-in- chief. >> jason gruenauer has the tips you need to know and amanda del castillo has more on the last- minute campaign stops in colorado but first breaking news. a hunter missing, cruise have been searching, they will be out looking for the man. >> a look at the lake marked by a red taught about four hours northwest of denver the men missing is 61 years old from michigan. he was reported missing saturday morning. we are tracking breaking news overnight. a 5.0 earthquake hit central oklahoma, schools were closed