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denver 7 news star starts new --. she's being protected by a rigged system. >> the fbi has again cleared clinton, satisfied, saying she broke the law. >> they're making the final push and the details who is in town trying to sway the last minute voters. several lanes block near seventh avenue after a car hit a tanker truck. here's a traffic in the area. one person taken to the hospital, but we don't know the extent of the person's condition yet.
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brake fluid from the car. a major settlement announced by the city of aurora, all because of a deadly officer involved shooting. the officer was cleared of all charges. >> we're live with the details, what was the settlement, jayson? >> reporter: well good morning to you. the city will pay out 2.6 million to the family of carter vinnant -- we also learned aurora police department as a result of this incident. we'll take you back to march 2015, when the incident occurred. the s.w.a.t. team was trying to make an arrest kill an unarmed suspect after he appeared to get into a fighting stance. today the chief spoke about
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a view of the policy and --. >> the two major changes are the development of a tier system for reporting officer involved use of force and the creation of a force review board. the force review board is impaneled to review use of force to determine compliance and training. >> and to clarify here, those changes to the department agreet, but did come about because of this incident -- agreement -- they didn't take my questions today, but only read a statement citing the confidential nature of the settlement. a 65 year-old hunter has been reported missing north of denver about 60 miles.
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the man's hunting partner split up, and were supposed to meet for lunch, but he never showed. if you noticed, it's another nice day. >> shocker. >> well it ontinues here for the next 7 days, we're warm and dry. storm is welcome to the east now. a beautiful look from the top of the building, now just a touch cooler today. still above normal and in fact, already not 12:00 and we're above that mark. we hit our high an earlier high by an hour and then we'll drop to 71 tonight. highs anywhere from 63 to 64
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start. it's going to even warmer coming up. turning now to the race for the white house. a new poll out showing that clinton climbing to a five point lead over trump. she has 48% to his 43. johnson at 4% and stein at 2%. here's a look at colorado, clinton still in the lead, three-points in the latest poll, but of seven latest polls they show a tie, this comes as they make a time push here trump spent time here and is still questioning the mail in ballot system here. he wants people to physically walk them in and it's too late to mail them in. >> i was on the other side, i love this country, i saw what
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i become an outsider quickly. >> this is his 12th stop here since july. bernie sanders held a rally for clinton and clinton herself has made three stops here in colorado. before getting to denver, trump was pulled off the stage here in reneno. from the stage. he returned moments later and returned to the stage -- reno . we have all the detaiis on the visit here. >> reporter: the doors open here at 6:00 p.m. at the lakewood theater, with gore expected at 7:00.
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he's expected to talk climate change and clinton. he says that our area is already experiencing climate change with flooding and droughts. it may be threatened by the changing climate if the environment isn't preserved. trump said he other the two terms in office. we're just a day away and already more voters than the last election. reporting in lakewood, denver 7. libertarian gary johnson is also making a final push. he held a rally yesterday and
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we should build bridges, not wall. before you cast your ballot, we have voting tips that maymake it less stressful. it's too late to mail in your ballot, you have to drop it off or walk into the polling center. the polls close tomorrow at 7:00 p.m.. here's a look at the ballots, more than voted. for unaffiliated voters that number at 525,000. that makes up 56% of the registered voters. the nation is on high alert today. the agencies are warning of a potential terror attack today or tomorrow. the intelligence agencies have learned about a possible plot aimed at new york, texas and virginia. they say the threats are coming
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rocked the clinton campaign is over. yesterday, comey said that clinton should not -- be charged with criminal charges. the clinton campaign is happy, but trump is criticizing them. >> you can't review 650,000 new e-mails in eight days. she's guilty and she knows it and the fbi knows it and people know it. >> last month comey told the fbi they found other e-mails on the desktop of anthony weiner. janet reno passed away after a 20 yeer battle with parkinson's disease and served under clinton from '93 to 01.
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this man -- accused of vandalizing trump's campaign. he threw a rock through the window and doze of people were inside and narrowly missed a child. today the former swedish medical technician that stolemedicine is expected to face he's hiv-positive and possibly exposed others to his disease with used needles. we're learning more about a mail carrier that stole 23,000 pieces of mail. city leaders in sterling are holding a meeting tonight. the suspect has been fired by the postal service and if convicted he could spend up to 5 years in jail. here's the meeting informion
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at sterling middle school and they are going to release details about the investigation. a new trial set to begin for this man. he was released from prison last december after serving 28 years in a rape he says he didn't commit. the protestors are trying to a horrific kidnapping case, a woman found chained up and what the man behind the crime has a lot of people angry after confessing. the department is now
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woman: after all donald trump has said and done... she ate like a pig... you can do anything. i moved on her like a b***h! woman: trump's just so disgusting and degrading. he's bragged about assaulting women, and he's the republican nominee for president! and congressman mike coffman said he didn't know if donald trump's a sexual predator. come on. look, we just can't vote for coffman or trump. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. house majority pac is responsible it's no secret. donald trump isn't for us. and unfortunately, congressman coffman isn't, either.
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coffman voted against equal pay for equal work 11 times. it gets worse. coffman said he would support donald trump for president. and that's all we really need to know. dccc is responsible for the content of this advertising. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember."
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a mag earthquake in oklahoma city, it did damage to about 50 buildings and people as far as texas and iowa reported feeling the quake. there has been 18 quakes in the area in the last week and you may remember that record one
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quake here yesterday. a 3.1 hit freely yesterday. fortunately no damage --. todd co low pressure has been after they found a woman chained up on the property and a body on the ground. he has admitted to killing four others and the victims' families are now getting answers 13 years later. >> all of this unraveling and coming out 13 years later that someone ten miles up the other way, and my brother was killed by the same person.
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>> all these years. >> he has not entered a plea yet and now the police are scouring through other cases so see if there's similarities. a woman is missing and a desperate search on for her. she was last seen on wednesday. she failed to pick up her sons from day care and her family convinced she was ab ducted. we're told that the husband iscooperating. --. six people killed in baltimore and the driver of the to school bus was apparently taking medication for seizures. her husband lost consciousous, but walked away a few years
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case last week, he died after that crash. police take down an unarmed man with canines. you can see the man bitten by the dog and hit by the police officer. turns out they got the wrong man. dog attacks for minutes and the officers keeps kicking and broke his ribs. he was in the hospital for weeks because of his injuries -- shouting -- bleep -- >> i'm disappointed and upset by what the video shows and i'm profoundly saddened. release his canine and suspended for 30 days. a texas community in shock this morning after a 15-year- old collapses and dies over the weekend.
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apparently a few minutes later he had a blood clot in his brain. >> he wanted to play, i couldn't keep him down, he love the to play football. >> the only condition he us known to have was asthma. a deal announced by the transit at the agency and includes better pensions. this is a -- crazy story. >> she sold these bowls of food
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and busted her for several mis de-nors -- for selling without a license. >> hmm, maybe a few other criminals we could focus our time on. well, we're above normal at this point. >> and it's 11:18 [ laughter ] >> beautiful right upper 40s in the foothills. and the normal high is 56. so again, wee at that already. clear skies and we're seeing in loveland, a little fresh snow and definitely not enough.
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we're now an inch and a half lower than what we should be. look at the highs in afternoon, 63 and brighton a high of 65. a touch cooler than what we saw this weekend. some 50s for the mountains and a little warmer farther about 10 degrees warmer in pueblo. we have a few clouds building in this afternoon and closer to saluda and denver and boulder, just under a few clouds. clearing skies tonight and more sunshine tomorrow. so temperatures are not only going to get warm, but about 10 degrees warmer than what we're
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high for wednesday. lots of sunshine through the week and we'll see near 70 degrees saturday and sunday. keep in mind, we're exactly two weeks away from the official first -- latest first snow here. we're getting close to that date and we could tie that if not break it. >> loveland just announced they're >> good, that's good news with the dry weather. >> well, probably not the whole mountain, but at least one run. you can go. >> then more snow will come. well a hard loss for the bronco, they fall to the raiders. and brandon marshall is speaking out and why he's
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capitalize after a loss to raiders last night. 30-20. so they're now third in the west. >> they dominate early on and then norwood to make it 13-7. they ran over the broncos last night, only 33 yards for the rushing. 114 yards for three touchdowns and 12 penalties and the pass interference. also an injury, -- he will miss some games but today he's under
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bad it is. meanwhile, marshall making headlines again. not what he did during the game, for the first time in two months he stood for the national anthem. >> i got my point across and the goal was never for me to kneel forever, my whole career, the whole season. i was back and forth, about it, but you know my stance has not changed. >> he has been taking a knee injustice. the progress from the police department led to his decision to stand. the rockies have hired bud black. he was the manager for thepadres in the past and was manager of the year in 2010. last year the rockies manage retired. we know it was a tough loss
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lot of t-shirts still say they're champs. usually the clothing is justdonated, but this year they're destroying all of the merchandise. >> it was like, what do they do if one team wins with all the products they sell? well linked to helpitis a.. >> -- and a man on the run, finally captured, details on where he was aptured. she thought her son had a cold, but never imagined their 3-year-old wouldn't be able to move. >> we were devastated. >> a health concern -- >> it's difficult to council
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*h! woman: trump's just so disgusting and degrading. he's bragged about assaulting women, and he's the republican nominee for president! and congressman mike coffman said he didn't know if donald trump's a sexual predator. come on. look, we just can't vote for coffman or trump. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. we have breakiig news to get to as we begin this portion of the news cast. two women sitting in their car and it was set on fire.
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man. an argument started, he threw something in the car and it started on fire. the city of aurora has settled with the family -- >> we are joined now on the massive settlements >> reporter: today we learned two things, basically the city 2.6 million to the family of the man shot and also the changes to the police department. the s.w.a.t. team was trying to arrest the man on a parole violation and got into a fighting stance and he was unarmed and the police officer was cleared of wrongdoing. as a result of this case, we
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has been a lot of change sparked inside the department. including a review of the force policy and then two big changes, a tier system for reporting the police officer use of force and a review board, they have been in place for a while. they're not part of the settlement, but brought about because of this incident. the city manager did my questions after reading a statement citing the confident dentialty of it --. all right, lisa is joining us now and we're looking at the forecast and it's a repeat of the last 120 days. >> we're on the track for the warmest november ever. it's only week one, we have time to go.
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want to beat, but we need the moisture. >> we do. it's going to be another above normal day and every day this next week, we will be. we'll be nder a mostly sunny skies and low 60s. with the time change, 4:49 the sun will set tonight. we'll be in the mid to by 12:00. then dark by 6:00 and that's when the temperatures drop to the upper 40s around 9:00. we have lakewood at 63. aurora, a high of 60. 62 in montclair. so a nice warm one, we'll tack on another ten degrees on top of this by wednesday. a look at the warm week coming up in just a few.
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person died last night. the driver stayed on the scene and no word if drugs or alcohol played a factor in the crash. a health alert, help hepatitis outbreak linked to them. more than gotten sick from this, we have more details to app. the university of colorado is looking for a man that sexual assaulted a woman in her dorm room room. if you know anything, call the police --. the search is on for a possible serial arsonist.
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broke out at another hotel. then on halloween, another wire. at the best interstate inn on kipling. if you know anything, call the police. facing sexual assault charges, a man went to a woman's home. officials say that the officers body cam shows him having a sexual conversation with the woman and then the camera sh this man has been on the run after reportedly escaped from the prison. he's now back behind bars. a trial postponed after a
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people last year. he faces 33 federal charges and could be sentenced to death if convicted. well, the race for the white house, less than 24 hours to go. >> reporter: it's a true battle ground blitz in these critical final hours with clinton new abc/washington post poll. >> i'm really excited to have a channe to make all these stops today. >> reporter: she's staying on message here and not talking about the blockbuster announcement from comey. >> clinton shouldn't even be allowed to run for the presidency of the united states. she shouldn't by allowed.
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ended with no criminnl charges. in a letter to congress sunday, fbi director wrote based on our review we have not changed our conclusion that we expressed in july, the new batch of e-mails contained many duplicates. >> with what's happening with our justice, our country is a laughing stock all over the world. grueling campaign hitting 10 states in the final days before -?the election and clinton is heading to the finish line from supporters and president obama is campaigning for her as it gets down to the wire. they're going to be at a rally in pennsylvania tonight.
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running mate. on election day, denver could be the next large city to allow consumption of marijuana in areas like barses and even yoga studios. indoor areas can allow vaping and the outdoors an allow for smoking pot. -- many are idea but also hesitant. >> you can control how much alcohol somebody is serve ed in a safe manner, but we have no control how much t.h.c. that person will consume. >> so people that say legalize pot, say give them a place to
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this could encourage en dangerous driving . the suspect is now facing forgery and death charges. a european hockey website that's claiming today that he died from a medical overdose. the 34-ar back in '01 and played with the team until '10. you may notice some flags at half staff today. the 31-year-old died while training near colorado springs this past weekend. they will hold a funeral today and asking for to you wear purple in remembrance.
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in denver. it was the kirkland museum, the entire building is moved. they moved it about 10 block.s. >> i'm excited for it to have a home down there and to get more space and for people to be able to walk to different >> it will open next fall and not is it going to open up, but it's going to be four times the size. the broncos are recovering from a loss.
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when i became governor, i knew we had to protect our colorado way of life. it's why i need a good team in the state senate. like rachel zenzinger, a former teacher who's fought for equal pay for equal work. an championed property tax rebates to help seniors afford their utility bills. jenise may worked to cut taxes for 30,000 small businesses. and tom sullivan is a veteran who believes in an open and transparent government.
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welcome back. we continue to breaking news this morning. all lanes are open near i-25. a car hit a tanker truck earlier today. one person rushed to the hospital and pretty serious, but as you can see the traffic is moving nicely again. all morning long we have been talking about the upset with the raiders here. the running game, not up to par.
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muscle last week. >> so joining to talk with us about c.j.'s injuries here, we have a doctor here. thanks for being here. >> thank you. >> and a torn meniscus, anybody could suffer, right? >> yeah, any time the foot moves and the rest of the body moves can tear that. >> >> well, it's essentially gasket here, between the two bones and holds the surface of the bones. >> so with that sudden movement, that would rip? >> yeah, sometimes it tears like a bike spoke and sometimes near the edge. >> can you sew that back up?
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tear. >> going vertically and radially -- outside, you can only debris, because that's on the inside. >> so can you get full moability back after this? >> yes -- >> the rehab is necessary and it's going to be pivotal to himcoming back. >> is there anything you can do to prevent this injury? foot position and being able to move in a straight line. anything with cleats and actionary movements, those people are most susceptible -- >> is this like the injury that skiers get? >> mostly they get ligament injuries. >> and recovery time, i am
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but how long? >> about -- 6 weeks to heal. >> well i tore it and just because it was my crazy dancing, that must have been it. and people are concerned about scars and it's very minimal isn't it? >> right, the smaller scar on the outside easier. >> thank you so much for joining us. >> thank you, you bet. go broncos. >> absolutely. thank you, sir. >> so a man of mitch's age, be twerking during commercial breaks? >> that is not for home use. >> that's how he tore that muscle. well, a great day, temps are above normal already.
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low to mid-60s. oursunset at 4:49 this afternoon. so we're well above normal as we look at the temperatures all week long. through the coming weekend as well. we're tracking rain in the middle of the country now and we're under a clear sky here. that's going to promote the clearing air and will keep us into the 60s and 70s all week. a live look beautiful and we have plenty of shine. 61 in boulderer and denver. upper 40s to low 50s in the mountains. over the next couple of hours we hit 64 in denver. then overnight tonight, it gets chilly and starting to see thupper 30s in the morning.
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won't need that jacket. parker looking at a high of 60 and fort morgan 65. down across southeast, low 70s. in the upper 60s there in grand junction. we get a few clouds and maybe even a stray shower popping up with the individual showers, but that's it. nice and clear and dry and you'll find from denver to fort collins we're sunshine tomorrow morning and it's going to bean earlier sunrise and will stay they way for a while [ laughter ] -- mostly sunny and 72 for tuesday. it's going to be a warm day and the warmest on the 7 day. there's another 70 on saturday and sunday.
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christmas lights. >> well, i'm okay with puing them up, but jason is lighting them. >> we get calls about that . well with these warm temperatures, we wanted to know will the resorts open on time? loveland says it will open this thursday. just a couple of days. abasin open for two weeks at least two runs. winter park set to open soon. november 18th for keystone and the wolf creek resort is just updating their website now. the resorts say they're not concerned yet. well this one is a viral
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plane, not a movie. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. donald trump: i could stand in the middle of 5th avenue and shoot somebody and i wouldn't lose any voters, okay? and you can tell them e there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!? scott tipton -- our congressman? or is he a real-estate agent for big-money campaign contributors? tipton sponsored a bill to give away our public lands
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in the ddnver tech center, i-25 north of arapahoe road here, blocked off. this is the north side of i-25. here's a picture looking down. look at this truck, it's leaked all this fuel and flowed down the northbound lanes. no estimate when this will be cleaned up, but it will take a and not only is the northbound side closed, but southbound is badly backed up. so use the tech center and the side roads to get around it. from cars to planes and yup,take a look. that's a snake spotted in the plane. a passenger sees it and the -?person videotaping this, drop
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