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look at roads this modeling and smooth sailing i-70 and floyd hill. not many problems on the stretch and tracey is in with your coal truck of traffic. ore 7:00 and straight to breaking news. state patrol shuts down a portion of i-25 after pedestrian was killed on the highway. deputies got the call just after 3:00 and a 2006 suv struck a woman walking near mile marker 254 n. of johnson's corner in johnstown. they are investigating why she was there. the driver stopped after hitting her. a massive in desperate search underway now for a little girl taken from a reservation in montana. police have someone in custody but haven't found the girl. >> vida urbonas has been following the story. >> reporter: this is a parents
overnight deputies announced john lieba was taken into custody but no sign of 4-year- old may see lily who is still missing. police believe john lieba is the man who grabbed her from a partnership with playing friday and now a massive search stepped up this morning for the little girl who was allegedly abducted in montana. witnesses said they saw a man grabbed her from a park where she was playing on the fort peck indian reservation and an amber alert issued 9:30 friday night she's about 3 feet tall, weighs 60 pounds with short dark hair. fbi is in control of the investigation and border patrol, tribal police, military, and private planes trying to find her. another bonus 9news. police department and virginia mourning the death of an officer shot to death on her
they escorted ashley guindon's body from the hospital. she was sworn into the prince williams county police department friday and yesterday was our first day on the job. she was responding to a domestic violence call and all of the officers were shot and her injuries were fatal. a civilian also killed and suspect arrested but not identified. the avs did not win last night but the weather stole the show. it was 65 degrees at puck drop regular-season game. the game was suspended in the third because wind was tossing debris all around. teams were tied with a minute remaining when destroyed scored two goals in the final minute. the weather was fine and more let's check the forecast and belen you said the record was los angeles and we beat out
>> 62 was the record and we got 65. i didn't forecast blowing snow for the avs game but the cotton they had around the ring to simulate snow was flying around. it's a little windy this morning in some spots. closer to foothills gusts up to 20 miles per hour and broomfield to 36 miles an hour. eastern plains as well. winds will be decreasing during the day. watch out for the temperatures. we came close to china record high yesterday. the record was 73 and we had 72 at dia. not as warm as yesterday but nice day in store with temperatures above normal. orders those stories now and 20s and 30s closer to the foothills. afternoon highs loan to mid 60s. foothills temperatures in the 50s and 40s.
now and more sun and clouds. that's the role throughout the day and warmest temperatures arrive around 1:00 and 2:00. i hope you enjoy the weekend and i'll take you through the workweek forecast in a few minutes. tracey anthony has a look at travel. it's a beautiful day out there already and great weekend. this is weather nation getting out to enjoy the sunrise. a beautiful shot and a beautiful day across the area. traffic-wise if you're getting out there i-70 westbound a couple more cars getting out traffic concerns. drive times still looking relatively good. 40, 45 minutes east and westbound from i-70 broomsticks avenue and us 6. green lifestyle way but it's sunday so eastbound later on today you need to plan want to go to travel was light yesterday morning so maybe lighter
you can listen to cdot mountain travel radio during peak times on conditions between i-70 and vail. log onto cotrip.org. >> you can always watch tracy's report on high country traffic on 9news and she joins us from weather nation. overwhelming victory for hillary clinton this weekend. the candidate came out on top in the south carolina primary making her the front runner ahead of super tuesday. a big win for her on a major loss for bernie sanders who had a 50 point loss to hillary clinton mainly due to african- american voters. if he doesn't get that clinton could get so far ahead it would up. sanders left south carolina
the campaign was just beginning. maybe that's why bernie sanders will be in colorado today to gain momentum after that loss. he will speak in fort collins in the event will be held at moby arena and doors open at 4:00. democrats will be campaigning for hillary clinton across colorado. representative diane to get is holding an event farmer in denver and rob and irika looper will be out rallying for clinton as well in aurora urging people to caucus for clinton on march 1. u. s. secretary of housing and urban development julian castro supports are in denver this weekend also. republicans have to watch from the sidelines of super tuesday because the colorado republicans decided not to have a straw poll. we don't know won until delegates are elected in the spring. there have been no answer visits from candidates and they are taking the ground game elsewhere. they were campaigning yesterday
trump intensifies every day. >> a con artist will never get control of this party. >> i actually thought ted cruz was a liar but rubio is worse. >> meanwhile trump gets heat from both candidates. ted cruz accuses him of holding back tax information to hide information about his wealth and trump argues it's inappropriate to release tax in probation because he's being automated. cruz says he'll make tax information public up rubio does the same. here's why super tuesday is so important. it's one most states vote and more delegates at stake than any other day. primaries and caucuses in several states could solidify our shakeup power rankings and you could see candidates drop out after super tuesday. on march 1 two in the 9news at 9:00 at 10:00 with the results with a focus on the colorado caucus. police investigating a
people dead and another injured. they arrived at a home in joliet circle and found bodies of a 62-year-old man at 43-year- old woman. death in the third person hospitalized with non-life- threatening injuries. commerce city's police didn't not looking for additional no identities released. an update to a story we brought you yesterday. police questioning a person they believed involved in a shooting that injured a woman yesterday morning. the men broke into a home on east 38th avenue near the colosseum and shot the woman. she is non-life-threatening injuries and police have detained someone but no arrest me. 4 north kenwood police -- northglenn police looking for five men involved in a shooting at a gas station. it's a shell station and
took place friday the men got in a fight in the parking lot. sue suspects pulled out a gun and 2 men were hit also with non-life-threatening injuries. suspects seen leaving in a darker model sedan with no license plate and if you know anything called northglenn police. >> mike clark -- bear lake park had hazardous trees cleared their. historic flooding went through their killing trees and winter fire could make the trees more dangerous. this is in the picnic area and not as insult to injury. there was fire training by taking out saws and knocking the trees down to help the park in the process. the picnic area looks better now but the parts that will go in and plant new trees on thursday. 7:10 sunday and gorgeous outside with mild temperatures and very on february like.
welcome back and live look at the reservoir with clear skies sunday morning at 7:13. let's check in with belen de leon in the backyard. >> it's great out here and wind light and i will take you to a live view outside the studio. the tower overlooking downtown and can't see any clouds in the sky. if we removed the banner we could see how the winds have called down in the city. let's look at the forecast because sunshine will reign as we go through sunday.
1:00, and 4:00 and clear skies through 7 pm. temperatures in the 40s now 30s in greeley. high country temperatures in the 20s. a few spots have significant temperatures like gunnison. afternoon highs in the 40s and 50s. skiing conditions will be excellent and winds could be strong at times in the foot hills and mountains. 60s in the city and not as warm as yesterday but above normal. 50s northern colorado and 60 the eastern plains. radar and satellite across the state quiet. next system making its way onshore on the west coast. that will start to move ahead to colorado by monday morning. high country first when the snow develops. we will see winds increase ahead of the storm especially tonight.
some spots with them coming in from the north. more southerly this afternoon and calmer around 2 pm at so if you're playing frisbee it will be nice. we will have sunshine out there as well. 7:00 wendy's not bad in the foothills but overnight they increase to 40 mph. we've seen worse winds but dusty at times. two asked right across the state the next 24 hours and then tomorrow morning start to see the storm system develops no in the northern and central mountains. snow continues to be more times more widespread. you could see moisture from it on the front range monday afternoon and evening in the form of rain and mixed in with snow.
breezy in the foothills. february has whiffed by with a snow we start and so far 11.6 inches of snow in february. we already passed the monthly average. if we look at the five snowiest months, march and april are the snowiest. fingers crossed for more snow in march and april because that will help our water reservoirs for the summer. we will keep an eye on that and no need to panic. tomorrow high 60 and chance rain or snow afternoon. tuesday 56 the high and chance for rain wednesday. and thanks to viewers who have send in sunrise pictures. i appreciate them. i love colorado. >> there are no windows in this studio so you let us know what it looks like.
welcome back and 7:18. is referred to as the healthiest place on earth but you might not be happy about the ticket prices at disney park . >> we will talk supply and demand. >> we go every year. you go there and spend more money on food. when you get there the prices are so expensive. there is a system of pricing where it could cost you more or less depending when you visit. >> so time of year. >> for the first time disneyland in california and disney world in florida will charge on demand. they fall into three categories
i assume that when you go at peak which is when they shut the park down is at capacity. you will pay the most ennui counts in the summer. tickets range from $95-$124 depending on location and day. >> remember when we were little and it cost $50? >> you have a couple kids and food and it really adds up. >> and you want the ears when you get there.>> if you are planning on traveling there's a new website that lists vacation rentals called a common global.com. it's disability friendly and accessible rental properties around the world. gives information about whether bathrooms and bedrooms have that access. it has 30 different countries.
without antibiotics, coming this tuesday. they will begin selling antibiotic free rotisserie chicken nationwide. it was in october that subway announced it would transition to serving only proteins from animals that never received antibiotics and on april 1 chicken strips without antibiotics will be available. then they will face in antibiotic free turkey in the next two years and then antibiotic beef and pork. some winds by the dutch painter vincent van gogh are on display at the art institute of chicago. it seems that isn't enough. it took a month for two papers to meticulously re-create the bedroom and they set it up inside a chicago condo. the 2015 is a little they are and the picture --
>> it's on airbnb and someone named vincent has been renting out his bedroom for cheap.>> vincent van gogh and i share a birthday. >> someone should go stay in the bedroom. >> i was going to ask you how you're curious?>> we all know that oscars and stars like kate winslet and leonardo dicaprio seem like pros on the red carpet but they were unknown the first time they went to the awards. leo is up for best actor and he was nominated in 1994 for whose eating gilbert grape. kate winslet was great in 1996 in a few years ago christian bale one best actor for his
>> it's been a while. >> amazing to be in a situation where you have such incredible talent and fame. really good fun. >> when you get a right role you need to bust your [ explative ]. >> he is feisty as always. >> hasn't changed a bit. >> you are upset we didn't show more of leo. >> you will play at plenty tomorrow when he wins best actor.>> are you one of the people who will be watching? >> i never watch. i will tweak it. >> i will be watching with my cat. >> i'm a millenial and my attention span is in that long. >> people are going all out for this this year. >> i can see you putting it down on your cat or maybe a
from colorado sports leader here is rod mackey. >>. good morning. location, location, location. 2 the hokies games that course between the avs and redwings at friday night's alumni game was better because the avs won that game. last night it had moments like the fake snow. they covered the infield with cotton to make it look like snow and when the winds picked up and look like a fake blizzard. with the third detroit up 3-2 and alex tanguay cleans up and caught up at 3-3. i was hoping for overtime but not meant to be as brad richards got the game-winner with one minute left. detroit scored 4 times in the third as they beat the avs. final score 5-3.>> we had
we had chills. i was excited. this is a game that was easy to get motivated for. the adrenaline was rushing. not the result we were looking for. >> a lot of pride in a winning and a lot of things like that. we couldn't get it done but it was a very exciting game. did a good job tying it up and -- >> i enjoy it. it was a nice experience. i'm disappointed because we lost tonight. everything was first-class by the organization. they did a super job. every detail, it was a nice experience. >> it was cool and time for the lacrosse portion of the program. we always fear that du wouldn't be the best fresh off a win a week ago versus duke. they fall behind sacred heart
pioneers went off. trevor baptiste doing it all when in the face off and the pioneers win final score 18-7. inside for some low cost between mammoth and vancouver and tied up at 10 with time winding down with adam jones getting the game-winner with one second left. his sixth goal of the quarter, not the game, the quarter. a sock trick in one quarter. unbelievable and never been done. mammoth went 11-10. speaking of unbelievable how about the csu ladies? they continue to roll and have won 23 in a row and are 26-1 after squeaking past nevada 74- 56.
thousands of little blue flags line kenosha pass in order of brook park county corporal killed in the line of duty this week. ceasefire and syria appears to be a success. first time in years presidents report quiet in the country. a sheriff's death in park county dominated our news this week. a recap how a little boy in denver raising thousands of dollars to help his friend with cancer. and prep sports wrapping up taylor temby will be here with highlights. first an update on the story we've been following overnight and rtd light rail station open this morning after pedestrian hit by a train in denver. it shut down cell phone lines at the colorado stations on evans avenue and colorado boulevard. the pedestrian has non-life- threatening injuries. 7:31 on sunday and let's go to belen de leon with a check for the sunday forecast.
the 70s. it felt so nice and we almost tied a record high. the restaurant -- the record yesterday was 73 degrees set in 2006. we got to a high of 72 degrees. not as warm today. we had a cold front that swept through yesterday and today temperatures in the 60s. still above normal for us this time of year. we should be in the upper 40s. closer to the foothills highs 40s and 50s. temperatures this morning my old to start, 30s in northern colorado, 45 metro area and 30s and 20s in the foothills. breezy winds especially in the foothills. broomfield gusts up to 36 miles per hour. windy on the planes as well with cost up to 20 miles per hour.
sunshine is king. you are the city more blue sky than clouds and that's what i expect that pattern throughout sunday. about 10 am 49 degrees. lunch on the patio at noon, why not? 58 degrees and comfortable afternoon around 3:00 temperatures near 60 degrees. cooler lunch with me? tracey , are you in? we need a little vitamin d. on the roads this morning that a lot of people out so traffic moving fluid and smooth sailing from denver metro area through the tunnel. a couple people out but not causing major slowdowns. a gorgeous day and look at the sunrise over keystone village. yesterday a lot of people got on the road so we will be a will be in flux as everyone heads home. normally that's once the ski slopes close down so traffic eastbound will pick up later.
minutes eastbound but out west from sixth avenue from us 6 40 minutes. smooth sailing a green lights the hallway. >> the whole way? what time is a? >> thank you tracey. listen to travel radio every weekend on conditions between i-70 and bail. traffic report on up to the minute conditions on cotrip.org. this weekend attribute in park county honoring the fallen deputy and two others injured. volunteers said they will plant more blue flags along the road to kenosha pass today. they planted 2000 of the flags along highway 285 yesterday. the shootout killed nate carrigan of the sheriff's office while deputies were serving an eviction notice. kolby martin was critically injured and recovering at saint anthony's hospital in lakewood
salt lake city a chaotic scene overnight lead to an officer involved shooting. two of their officers fired their weapons while responding to a call of an assault. police haven't released many details what led up to it but witnesses say the victim as a teenager who was in an argument there met. the victim taken to the hospital but no word on his condition. topping world news this morning for the first time in years what seems to be a successful ceasefire bringing peace and quiet to war-torn the cease-fire took affect negotiated deal based on a united nations security council months ago. authorities say it's unlikely already reports of violations of both sides but in damascus residents report sounds of war have died down and the un says it's a reassuring sign that the
iran update on elections. partial results show reformists will likely win all party parliamentary seats. state tv reports that reformists who favor expanding social freemans and improving relations with west will win all the seats and not clear what percentage of the votes are counted but final results which are the first since last year's nuclear agreement are expected tomorrow. voting could strengthen hassan rouhani's effort to expand his country foreign trade and investment. back-to-back bombings claimed the lives of at least 24 people in iraq. the bombs went off in an outdoor market in eastern baghdad.>> that's the shiite district of sadr city and 52 others hurt. 7:36 cents tragic shootings death of a sheriff's deputy in
>> a horrific crime and longmont last year and hockey fans getting sun this week. here is kim christiansen with the report.>> reporter: there isn't a corner of the community that is an impacted by this. we lost another member of law enforcement and the people of park county lost a friend, coach, and neighbor. comments? >> my deepest condolences and prayers to the families and close ones affected by this. i can't believe this happened over an eviction notice.>> to the people of bailey deputy nate carrigan was more than a protector. he was a football and baseball coach and a well-liked guy.>> is for all you did for the community in all the years to coach football and what you did for youth your life was taken too early point the good die young. knowing she was only present in spirit and not physically was a really painful thing to grasp. >> reporter: the strength and
michelle wilkins impress so this week the woman who attacked her and took her unborn baby was convicted. hundreds of you responded to the interview she gave kyle dyer. academy of strength and grace wishing herpes. >> you are brave beyond what most of us could imagine. it's an interesting place to do this. it. >> reporter: what a few weeks for sports fans in colorado. super bowl and then outdoor hockey. were hosting a first-ever outdoor nhl game at coors field. the ice cold and whether or not so much. 68 degrees at the drop of the book, hardly outdoor hockey weather. even so hockey fans can't get enough of the reports in the games. very cool. thank you from a denver native stuck in dallas.
remember 9 listens. >> no outdoor hockey in dallas. >> we welcome your comments at email@example.com. >> we look forward to hear from you each and every week. a year ago a little boy in denver warmed hearts when he opened a hot cocoa stand. trust and sold the hot cocoa for a children's hospital where his best friend received treatments and is back at it again. 9-year-old tristan set up his stand in the parking lot of south high school for another round of fund raising. he has collected donations from as far as england and totaling $9500 for his friend. the rope -- their support is overwhelming. >> my brain is exploding with ideas of what to say but i can't summon up into one word. warmth, happiness, inch away.
>> tristan will be back from 10:00 until 1:00. he has a goal to raise $10,000 for children's hospital by his 10th birthday.>> pretty good success yesterday because with all the hockey fans in the area yesterday but cold with the wind.>> hot chocolate is a perfect way to warm up. down to the final 2 sports left in the winter season with basketball and hockey. hockey we know one team knows about heartbreak. hoping for a different outcome this time around and we will explain coming up next in the
>> good morning everyone. happy sunday and sweet week ahead and prep sports. down to the sweet 16 of basketball playoffs. rate games with the season over and finished too soon. top-ranked thunderridge hosted lincoln saturday. started the game lincoln held close and they find 2 and lincoln still trailing. the game opens up in the second half and lincoln getting shut down and thunderridge hitting their own trees. late in the game the grizzlies at it! to the win and thunderridge wins 67-50 employees cherry creek in the third round. >> we came out strong in the first quarter attacking the rim. we let the shooter get hot but in the second half we change that playing better defense and attacking the rim more. finding open guys and playing together. >> the grizzlies looking to face the winner of this game
from the springs. >> reporter: came out firing. heading for the loop and easy 2 and they outscore rampart 20-3 in the first quarter. rampart funds with them in the second emily's sally finds a wire bala puts it away. scorn on 29-12. in the emperor was relentless and not giving up the lead. a fast break and cherry creek takes the win final score 68-40. denver east makes the trip to west to take on grand junction and tigers with a bye in the first round. second quarter each up by 2 about to be 4 and medicare finishing with 14 on the day. angels getting it done on defense as well. wilcox up with the shot and jennings with the block and jake takes that the length of the court for the finish. game-high 37. tigers down 14 in the fourth and
found junction 77-57 with the wind. and fruita monument riding a seven-game winning streak and picking up on the second riley schneider given goal good for 2 and wildcats of 24-11. in the third again with a turnaround jumper and wildcats extend their lead to 15. the wolverines fighting to get back into rachel nelson with a steel. long ball for an easy layup and effort short in the end of fruita wins 68-52. number one highlands ranch hosting ft. collins in the second round of girls state playoffs. the steel and push ahead and finishes off with a layup. i had early in the first half trying to keep it close. they move the ball around and find a nice move with a foul. this is all highlands ranch.
the first-quarter buzzer. falcons win an advanced 96-48. unlike the winter classic this weekend all high school hockey games played indoors and no shortage of action or intensity. defending state champs cherry creek face mountain vista up 1- 0 devin hayward is one at the net. out of the air and up 2-0 early. later on tied at 2 ryan phillips does it himself and blows by defenders and backhands in with the lead. creek up 3-2 in the second. cayden stewart gets not one but 2 shots and berries it the second try. mountain vista outlast cherry creek 4-3. the rest of the playoffs set for this week's semi final games. resurrection christian getting an upset over ralston valley's
against the monarchs and the coyotes look to keep their unbeaten streak going. making it to the state championship game is tough but winning harder. monarch will tell you that's true for them. they hope these abu doesn't strike again this year. >> clichis are to one-size-fits- >> third time's the charm didn't work for us. >> reporter: if you are the monarch ice hockey team you improvise. the coyotes have been to the state hockey championship game the last three years in a row and each season -- >> down, devastated, disappointed. truck >> reporter: pathankot against cherry creek for the title. >> we thought once we came back and had the momentum we thought we would win. and over time we had chance after chance but the puck wouldn't go in. >> reporter: and 2016 that streak likely ends.
tybor jake young has contributed 150 points combined. >> those guys are my best friends out there on and off the ice. we work so well together. always know where each other are. >> reporter: to make sure the season has a different outcome. >> everyone feels at this year. the chemistry better than it's ever been. coaching is better. >> reporter: and monarchs for state trophy in their sites. >> we keep talking about wanting to be in the championship and get it done this year. we can't get past the three games we need to win to get there. >> i hope we get over the hump.>> reporter: can you imagine? >> my heart breaks for them. >> they are so optimistic but every time i ask is it hard not to look ahead to the finals, they say we have three other games to take care of first and
live look at flatirons. a few clouds rolling in but most part sunny start to your sunday. those temperatures will be cooler. belen de leon and joining us with details of the forecast. >> not as warm as yesterday and close to tying a record high. 60s and still warm outside. let's look at the current winds because yesterday we had a cold front that swept through and that's the reason why temperatures will be cooler today. in some spots we have dust up to 20 mph. around the foothills and friends on the eastern plains, strongest winds in the central part of the country where cooler air moves through right now. you see the leading edge of cold air where clouds shield is an much stormy your weather towards the great lakes.
system that will arrive here monday. chance for snow in the high country and possibly moisture on the front page. while we await for that to arrive let me show you pictures from you were sent to facebook and twitter. this was sent by teddy of sunset last night. you're not the only one wanting to get outside and enjoy the weather. little critters out. thank you so much for sending that picture. temperatures in the 40s across lower elevations. 20s in the high country and single digits in the lower valleys. highs this afternoon load to mid 60s around the metro area and northern colorado. high country in the 40s. pleasant day and stored if you take in some stores and stronger winds. great shot of keystone this morning with sunshine coming down the terrain. high country temperatures will be in the 30s and 40s in some spots. friends in loveland 34 degrees
crested butte 41. i will sift through the futurecast the next 24 hours because it's mainly dry. we will start with tomorrow morning. clouds increase overnight through tomorrow morning and then start to see snow developed early in the day northern mountains and start to develop more by the afternoon. around 2:00 snow along i-70 and snow that edges into the southern mountains as well. still drive metro area but moisture makes its way onto the front range likely in the form of rain, chance for rain or snow is a blip on the front page. by monday evening clouds in the sky and starts to clear up. by tuesday morning starting off with clear weather. snow forecast for high country 1 to 4 inches with the quick moving storm pushing through and possibility up to an inch south of metro area along i-25 into el paso county on monday.
tonight start to see clouds increase in the foothills ahead of the storm gusting up to 40 mph. tomorrow high 60 degrees in small chance of rain and snow in the afternoon and evening. clears up by tuesday and drive in the morning fine. 56 degrees in small chance of showers wednesday with a high of 60. finishing up thursday and friday with highs in the 50s and 60s. february has slipped to buy in march coming in like a lamb. >> that is so fast and just to think spring was right around the corner. >> 14 days for the start of daylight savings time. that's when we lose an hour so i'm like rocky balboa training for that one. >> a couple of significance no offense but really pretty calm this year it
welcome back everyone. a lot coming up at 9news at 8:00. great not to watch the ads game at the weather hardly screened winter sports. record war record for the nhl. a girl abducted from a reservation in montana and an all-out search to find her this morning. we don't need to make america great again. america never stopped being >> hillary clinton wins big in south carolina and she and bernie sanders look forward to >> more news and weather ahead as you stay on channel 9. we
this is 9 news. it was such a great night to watch the ads on the ice although the weather hardly screams winter sports. a young girl abducted from her reservation in montana and where she is. live look at your drive back from the high country. i-70 and georgetown looking fine and sundays really later in the afternoon that is the time for concern and tracey here to break down your high country details in a second. 8:00 on your sunday i-25 open after pedestrian killed on the highway. deputies got a call after 3:00 and they say a 2006 ford suv struck a woman walking your corner in johnstown. they are investigating why she was there.
after hitting her. overnight desperate search underway right now for a little girl taken from her reservation in montana. police have someone in custody in connection with the abduction.>> vida urbonas has been following developments overnight and joins us in the studio with more. >> deputies announced 20-year- old john label was taken into custody but still no sign of 4- year-old may see lily. she is still missing. police said he is the man accused of grabbing her from a park where she was playing friday. a massive search stepped up this morning. witnesses told authorities they saw a man grabbed her from the park from the fort peck indian reservation. an amber alert issued after she was reported missing 9:30 friday night. she's 3 feet tall and weighs 60 pounds with short dark hair. you see these photos we been showing. the fbi taking control of the
tribal police, and military and private planes looking and trying to find her.>> i can imagine everyone scrambling to find is 4-year-old girl. i hope they do. thank you. 8:01 and police department of virginia mourning the death of an officer shot to death on her first day on the job. dozens of patrol cars escorted ashley guindon's body from the hospital. she was sworn into the prince william's police department friday and yesterday was her first day on the job. she was responding to a domestic violence call with two other officers in all three shot in her injuries fatal. a civilian also died in the shooting and the suspect arrested. unfortunately the avs didn't win last night but the weather stole the show. 65 degrees at puck drop making it the nhl's warmest regular- season outdoor game. dusty winds caused problems again suspended in the third because wind tossing debris around.
remaining when detroit scored twice in the final minute. we'll have more on that game with highlights and sports. may have been a heartbreaker but at least we had those great temperatures and they continue and belen de leon here with a more. >> a big shout out to skyler with the national hockey league . he's been watching while they been setting up for the stadium series so when i told him i had to do a story with them is that i've been watching you the last two weeks. night and said 65 degrees. today going to be a bit cooler than yesterday. the winds are going to be as strong. started off with stronger winds this morning and winds have decreased with speeds up to 20 miles per hour in the foothills , in the city, and friends in the eastern plains as well. that's right now in vail up to
they will increase through the day and pick up tonight ahead of the next storm system. for now enjoy the sunshine and temperatures in the 60s. cold front swept through yesterday not temperatures down but still above normal. normal high as 50 degrees this time of year. 60s up and down the i-25 corridor and right now in the 40s. nice and mild start to sunday. lots of sunshine and view over the city. if you want to burn calories you certainly should. what are you waiting for? wait for 9news to end. temperatures warmest around 2:00 and 4:00. we will hang on a to those conditions through tonight but changes tomorrow. i'll let you know what i'm talking about in a few. but now we go to tracey for traffic. really quiet this morning. yesterday traffic was lower as well.
a beautiful drive actually if you go out and hit the road you will be dealing with huge amounts of traffic. we see some cars coming through and not causing major slowdowns. right around 40, 45 minutes from sixth avenues to us 6. westbound green lights the hallway an eastbound relatively quiet. later on today we have to be mindful because sunday as everyone comes back to the city for the work week around 4:00 or 5:00 one ski slopes close down plan an extra hour or two as you head back to the city.>> don't forget about seed out mountain travel radio. tee times for traffic conditions between denver and they all log onto cotrip.org. >> you can watch tracy's reports on 9news and she joins us from weather nation for around-the-clock weather news. an overwhelming victory for hillary clinton this weekend. she came out on top in the
her the front runner ahead of super tuesday. a big win for clinton but major loss for bernie sanders. a 50 point loss mostly due to the lack of the african- american vote. if he doesn't get that clinton could be so far ahead it would be hard for him to catch up after tuesday. clinton left south carolina before voting is over but said the campaign is just beginning. sanders still does well with young voters. that may be why bernie sanders will be in colorado to gain momentum after that loss. he will speak at the colorado state campus and work balance at moby arena and doors open at 4:00. several democrats campaigning for hillary clinton today. representative diana the gap holding a millenial for hillary a benton denver and first lady of colorado governor hickenlooper rallying for her
caucus for her march 1. the u.s. secretary of housing and urban development julian castro supporting her this weekend. republican voters have to watch from the sidelines on super tuesday in colorado. the colorado republican party decided not to hold the straw poll so we won't know who won colorado until the spring elections are held. candidates taking the ground game elsewhere and out campaigning yesterday ahead of one of the most crucial moments in the race and heated exchange between rubio and trump intensifies every day.>> a con artist will never get control of this party. >> i actually thought ted cruz was a liar but rubio is worse. >> meanwhile trump getting heat from both sides of the table opposing. ted cruz accused trump of holding back tax information. trump has argued it would be information as is currently
rubio released their tax information. is why super tuesday is so important. it's when the most states vote in most delegates at stake than any other day of the campaign. primaries and caucuses could further solidify your shakeup rankings that could see some candidates drop off after super tuesday. on march 1 you can tune into 9news at 9:00 at 10:00 with the latest results. commerce city police investigating a triple shooting leaving two people dead and another injured. they arrived at a home on joliet circle yesterday and found the bodies of the 62-year- old man at 43-year-old woman. they believe they were shot to death and a third person hospitalized with non-life- threatening injuries. police didn't say who the suspect was in custody but that they are not looking for additional suspects in the victim's identity is not released.
proving she is tough. she may have suffered a knee injury yesterday but today she raised the finished 13th in the world cup super g this morning. she had the fastest super g time i've .26 of a second adam ward 2 knee braces and celebrated after the victory. weather are to blame for her sliding off course and tumbling down really yesterday. she was carried off the mountain after suffering a minor fracture in her left knee. a slalom run schedule today and you might see her compete in slalom today. it seemed paralyzed after being treated for cancer is chasing his dream. >> the 14-year-old will be sliding down the slopes in the wells fargo ski cup this weekend and his name is kyle taulman. he's one of the youngest members of the national sports center for the disabled with big dreams to ski for gold at the paralympics, something he
he was two years old he had a cancerous tumor wrapped around his spinal cord which paralyzed him. now he's learning how to deal with his paralysis. >> i love ski racing. it's my passion and i want to progress that and let everyone see that i've done something with it. >> so inspirational organizers raise more than 250,000 this weekend for the national sports center for the disabled and every year this group health 3500 people from more than 20,000 lessons. >> look at him fly. simply gorgeous outside and will it stay this way? >> that's the big question and belen de leon will break down
welcome back and live look and gorgeous outside. a nice day for a hike at 10:00 12. >> belen de leon chilling in the backyard. how is it out there now? >> it's a little cool but for me to be in the backyard without a jacket is a big deal. it's a nice morning and lots of sunshine as well. let's talk about snow because it was the snow we start to february in the metro area. we had close to a foot in the first two days and since then snowfall has been dry. we are above the monthly average but still, snowfall accumulates on
february. to tell you the truth, snowpack numbers statewide are slipping. we're at about 101%. don't panic yet because we're approaching march and april and those are usually our snowiest month on average. keep your fingers crossed for that one. try across colorado today but in the pacific northwest that will arrive tomorrow. a chance for snow especially in the high country and small chance rain and snow in the metro area. no snow or rain today. blue skies in the city and the camera here at 9news temperature 46 degrees. 40s northern colorado and eastern plains and high country in the 20s. cold front swept through yesterday and knocked down the temperatures but still above normal for this time of year. we should be around 50 degrees and we will do highs in the low 60s. upper 50s northern colorado and eastern plains and high country in the 40s.
temperatures drop to 33 degrees and winds increase in the foothills ahead of the next storm system. a look at futurecast. we raised by the next 24 hours because it's try across the state. starting off tomorrow morning partly cloudy and next storm system approaches from the northwest. light snow in the early morning in northern mountains and widespread through the afternoon and around 6:00 cloudier and small chance light showers in the metro area. a quick moving bandwidth cooler air pushing through overnight but that's it. not a lot in the metro area and by tuesday morning sunshine again and temperatures will be on the cooler side. snow forecast for the system moving through 1 to forages and high country and about an inch to south of metro area near douglas county along i-25. not a significant storm but we
tomorrow high 60 degrees and tuesday high 56. another small chance for showers on wednesday with a height of 60 and more 50s and 60 and the work week on thursday and friday. start off a brand-new month on tuesday so i decided to look forward and did a count down for you. about 14 days away from daylight savings time which is when you move the clock forward an hour. 21 days from the official start of spring and 92 days until memorial day. memorial day is also considered the unofficial start of summer. it will be here before you know it.>> just around the corner. i can't believe it's february. >> we still have time left. we'll see what happens. >> thank you so much. when we come back gardens, to love some balls and how to
welcome back everyone. time for the garden. how are you? >> fine thank you. >> we color-coordinated outfits last night and you brought the perfect tulips to match my shirt .>> every detail. carefully worked out. >> you were teasing we're talking about april and we have a photo we want to show. i want to show my garden in april. so we know what's coming up. there it is. that's what the garden can look like and if you're not guarding now you are missing out march and april. you were waiting in missing cool spring flowers.
pansies you did last week are doing perfectly and now the message i'm getting decides what color are you wearing sunday are my bulbs are often what should i do about that? or my bulbs aren't up and what should i do about that? and where can i buy tulips bulbs. the first two questions, nothing. bulbs, when the soil they are in is warm enough to support growth and nothing you can do about it so they come up when they feel like it. we have 2 pods of tulips and these were just taken out of my root cellar. that's how far they are and the picture we showed is what they will turn into an april. these are further along and these are forced by a greenhouse so in bloom now. so if you didn't buy bulbs last fall which is when you buy
you can put this in the garden later. >> greenhouse assisted. >> a cold greenhouse and then here because they need coolness. the thing that happens to bulbs in colorado in the spring is warm weather and they grow and bloom and then snow comes in they get broken off. that's when you need trash back to toast baskets and pockets where you can put in stakes to use as a protection blanket. >> i thought it would be too happy but it's lightweight. >> you want to put in stakes so when it gets -- pansies you just go right over. you covered these tulips and it will raise the temperature underneath 6 to 8 degrees and that's a lot.
plummets, 25 degrees pansies don't care and they will survive. but if we get below 20 towards zero, this comes in handy. you can also use sheets that this is a little better for more insulation. >> get out and plant some pansies. if you didn't do bulbs you have to follow our advice and do it next year. we did it in the fall and they are all coming up and looking great. cross your fingers we will have what we showed in the picture in april. >> nobody's garden will look like yours. >> you are supposed to.
from colorado sports leader here is rod mackey. >> good morning. location, location, location. that's what this weekend was about. 2 hockey games between the avs and redwings and friday night alumni game was far better. that's because the avenue's won that came in last night had its moments. like the fake snow. the league covered the infield with cotton to make it look like snow and when the winds picked up and look like a big blizzard. picking up on the third with the tri-dent top 3-2 in alex tanguay ties it up at 3-3. i hoped for overtime but not meant to be an brad richards got the game-winner with one minute left. detroit scored 4 times in the
score 5-3.>> for all of us we ice. we had chills. i was excited. this was a game that was easy the adrenaline was rushing but for. >> a lot of pride in us winning. we couldn't get it done but i still had a fun time and an exciting game. good jibe tying it up after we >> i enjoyed it. a nice experience. i'm disappointed because we lost tonight but everything was first-class by the organization. they did a super job. every detail, it was a nice experience. >> it was cool and time now for the lacrosse portion of the program. everyone fears du wouldn't be
against two -- duke. the second ranked pioneers went off and trevor baptiste doing it all in winning the face-off, scoring the goal and pioneers win final score 18-7. inside for lacrosse thriller between mammoth and vancouver and timed up at 10 time winding down when adam jones gets the game-winner with one second left. his sixth goal of the quarter, not the game, the quarter! a sock trick and one quarter and unbelievable. never been done in final score 11-10 and how about the csu ladies. the rams continue to roll and of now won 23 in a row. they are 26-1. the cruise
thousands of blue flags line kenosha pass in order of up our county corporal killed in the line of duty. ore ceasefire and syria seems to be successful and for first- time residents had quiet in the war-torn country. a popular ice cream shop denver. little man ice cream coming to a neighborhood near you but it's west. state basketball tournament continues. who is moving on and who is done? taylor has your highlights coming up and prep rally. thanks for starting your day and with us. belen de leon in the weather's center with an idea what we can expect . >> 70s on saturday and today cooler and in the 60s. we're keeping an eye on the next storm system in the pacific northwest and will arrive here monday. what's in store today? lots of sunshine and mild
and noon 58 degrees. around 3:00 a comfortable afternoon with temperatures at 60 degrees. current temperatures in the 40s . beautiful morning. high country in the 20s and single digits in gunnison. we have nine right now. you will warm up in the high country. you will have spring skiing conditions in store. 60s lower elevations and upper 50s northern colorado. more 60s in the eastern plains. tonight clear skies turning cloudy through tomorrow morning. winds active to start off today but have decreased. this evening they will pick up again in the foothills ahead of the next storm system. futurecast i will zoom by the next 24 hours because it's quiet. clouds increase overnight into tomorrow morning and then the next storm system. light snow in northern colorado and northern mountains tomorrow morning.
the storm system spreads these. around 230 more clouds in the city and winds picking up. chance for afternoon rain and snow. it will be very unimpressive in south. sky clears monday evening into tuesday. a weak storm moving through colorado but will bring measurable snowfall to the high country. as much as 4 inches. not one of the bigger storms. to the south a possibility of 1 to 4 inches in douglas county towards colorado springs. for us not a whole lot. 60 your eye tomorrow. starting off drive and the commute in the afternoon and evening okay. tuesday breezy and high 56 and another small chance for showers wednesday evening and high 60.
the work week with more 50s and 60s. follow me on twitter and we will give you good weather news and of course make you smile. this picture makes you smile, right tracey anthony? if you hit the road this morning traffic not an issue. we're starting to see cars out there but no major slowdowns at this time. a couple slowdowns out of the metro area but traffic looks active westbound and eastbound. drive time still around 40, 50 minutes. a couple red and yellow signs so it's clearing up quickly and won't cause any major slowdowns. not impacting your drive time a lot. average speed around 60 mph and a little higher sixth avenue to us 6. he likes both ways and eastbound you have to
area. this afternoon plan an extra hour or two if you hit the roads. traffic trending on the lighter side than normal saturday so hopefully that will be in the drive home today. don't forget about cdot mountain travel radio every weekend during the tribe. for conditions go to cotrip.org. this weekend attribute in park county honoring the fallen deputy and two others injured. volunteers say they will plant blue flags along the road to kenosha pass today. they plan a 2000 of them along highway 285 yesterday. the shootout killed nate carrigan of the park county sheriff's office when deputies were serving an eviction notice. deputy kolby martin critically injured and recovering at saint anthony's hospital in lakewood
salt lake city, chaotic scene overnight lead to an officer involved shooting. 2 officers fired weapons while responding to an assault call. they haven't released details that what led up to it but the victim as a teenager in an argument with another one police arrived. the victim taken to the hospital but no word on his condition. world news first time in years of successful ceasefire bringing quiet and peace to war- torn syria. the cease-fire took the best yesterday as part of a negotiated deal based on the un security council negotiation and authorities say it's unlikely the cease-fire will hold. there are already reports of violations on both sides. in damascus presidents report the sound of war has died down for the most part. the un says it's a reassuring
as long as it has. a popular and iconic ice cream shop in denver is expanding. soon you can get little man ice cream at several locations across the metro area but there's a twist. >> when you think little man ice cream you probably think about great flavors and that milk-jug-shaped shot donut shop. the owner is opening up a tasting room off west colfax in gunnison and were told the tasting room will look similar to willy wonka's chocolate factory. use your imagination and be creative. anything you think you would see that would be enticing and fun. >> schnozzberries. the schnozzberries taste like schnozzberries. >> you can look forward to another ice cream shop and both locations will be open by the summer. the owners say stapleton has plans for a new shop. >> i expect to go in the shop and see taylor temby licking the wallpaper
welcome to the 9news prep rally. here is taylor temby.>> good morning everyone. happy sunday and sweet week ahead of prep sports. down to the suite good morning everyone. happy sunday and sweet week ahead of prep sports. down to the suite 16 basketball playoffs and great teams and finished also soon. thunderridge hopes that's not saturday. third of the game lincoln holds trailing. half. lincoln shooters getting shut down while thunderridge hits threes. late in the game they enter the
thunderridge winds 67-50 and find out who they play next. winter. cherry creek holding rampart and bromance came out firing. heading for the hope and easy 2, cherry creek out scores rampart 20-3 in the first quarter. rampart finds with them in the second after a blocked shot and the leak sally finds a while ball and score now 29-12. in the end the bruins relentless and not willing to give up the lead. on a fast-break cherry creek takes to win final score 68-40. denver east makes the trips to the west to take on grand junction and tigers with the bite in the first round. second-quarter east up by two about to be 4. amid air and finishing with 14 on the day. angels get it done a defense.
the court and game-high 37 points. tigers down 14 and in the fourth denver east knox off junction 77-57 with the win. chaparral taking on monument writing a seven game win streak. in the second a give and go with for 2 and wildcats lead 24- 11. in the third again a turnaround jumper and wildcats extend their lead to 15. the wolverines fighting to get back in. rachel nelson with a steel and long ball to shelby for an easy layup. coming up short in the end and fruita wins 68-52. number one highlands ranch hautes ft. collins in the second round of girls state playoffs. simone starks with the steel
off with a layup and felt its -- falcons ahead early. moving the ball around and nice move and a foul. this is all highlands ranch in the end. a steel to olson and beating the buzzer and falcons win an advance 96-48. all high school hockey games being played indoors and no shortage of action or intensity. defending champs cherry creek -based mountain vista on the ice. up 1-0 and vista throws one at the net. this is up 2-0 early. then tied it 2 phillips blows by defenders and back cans in for the lead. cherry creek up 3-2 in the second. also many chances in front and cayden stewart carries it.
long as you have. has there been such a crazy year? >> this is the 10th campaign i have covered and there are days when i feel like i should pay usa for the privilege of covering it. while i covered them aging collections like ronald reagan in 1980 was my first election, the election that wooden and in 2000 when the count went on for all the extra days and the first african-american president . this has been a remarkable year in both parties . both parties wreaked havoc contest that have made our heads spin. >> talk to me about the culture of the outsider because we see it now on both sides with trump and sanders on the democratic side. >> it tells us about the mood of americans. americans are fed up with politics in washington. the rise of tea party and elections in colorado have shown us that. people feel like the recession has never ended. the recession has been over
we are almost time for another one. there are people who never recovered from the economic downturn in 2008 in what leaders to do something about it. they feel like people they've elected in both parties haven't done enough. >> and yet there are different visions about what do something is on both these candidacies, we're talking about trump and sanders. >> as different as boerne sandals and donald trump are and in so many fund of one old -- -- fundamental ways. people working hard and following the rules are not getting ahead. >> we've seen that one of the prominent established candidates in jeb bush could not make hay out of this. is there a chance for more establishment type traditional type candidates to crack in before the nominating process comes along? >> we will find out tuesday night. super tuesday a dozen states voting and we will see whether donald trump is an unstoppable
republican nominee. or if marco rubio or ted cruz can break through and challenge him one- on-one. that's the only way you keep donald trump from being the nominee. >> let's drill down on it super tuesday. we don't have a gop winner in colorado because the state party said they didn't want one. we will have a democratic winter and i look to nevada as an instructor place where hillary clinton won by five points. colorado has less senior citizens and more whites which you would think goes for bernie sanders. >> helpful for bernie sanders and a lot of young people which is a great demographic for bernie sanders. i covered bernie sanders nomination and i don't think even he took his candidacy seriously. i don't think he had an expectation he would strike a chord as he has your keys taken on the most powerful political
and from the results in nevada looks like hillary clinton is back on track after the big defeat in new hampshire. she needed to win that and she did. she's looking for super tuesday to show her strength. colorado is not her best state. states across the south on super tuesday, her strength is african-american voters in she hopes that will carry the day. >> is colorado winnable for bernie sanders? >> we've learned not to make traditions. so often we have been wrong.>> texas by far has the most delegates and play for the democrats. hillary clinton won over barack obama last cycle. >> one of the interesting things in nevada was what happened with the hispanic vote. this is important when you go to texas where one in four voters are hispanic. in exit polls, bernie sanders won the hispanic vote. the hillary clinton people argue it's not true and if you look at heavily hispanic
bernie sanders has interestingly done well among hispanic voters especially younger ones. the generational divide we see with white voters we also see with hispanics. >> key for him is diversifying the base of support. >> and generating a big turnout and that's what he's failed to do in key states. democratic turnout down this year in the first degree eights compared with 2008 when barack obama generated a lot of turnout. it bernie sanders win the nomination which looks unlikely but not impossible, he needs to generate enough enthusiasm among supporters to get turnout to rise. republicans have seen record turnout in the first three states. >> how much of a difference does it make in a state like colorado with a closed caucus where you can't show up caucus day and say i want to be a democrat now. he doesn't get the benefit of support from independent. >> window hillary clinton does better among democrats and bernie sanders strength is
active in politics before. he does better among those voters so big advantage for hillary clinton >> let's talk about republicans super tuesday. where the most important states and stories to watch? >> two things to watch and one is the sweep of states. there is a possibility and this would be an extraordinary political achievement that donald trump will run the table and win all the contest on super tuesday and if he does that he's the nominee. if he won the dozen contests on super tuesday, he won south carolina and we never had a candidate that won new hampshire and south carolina and didn't get the nomination. history is on his side. the other state to look at his texas. ted cruz would like to be the alternative to donald trump and that's his home state. he's
that came out this week. if he holds that ted cruz is in good shape to continue his campaign. if he loses these out of fear. >> expect donald trump to put gunpowder in texas. >> although ted cruz is a big organization in texas. >> is up against long odds, donald trump is but a points is not huge. >> it's not insurmountable that was taken before the results and south carolina. people like to vote for a winner. we thought the donald trump if you look more like a credible candidate people would be we find the opposite. he wins and people are more comfortable thinking about him as a potential nominee. >> the way things are shaping up people are reading into what there's room for a third-party candidate or maybe a couple. how would that shake up the race? it depends what side of the spectrum the candidates are. >> the 2 most common third- party candidates donald trump loses the nomination gets mad and runs. that alexa democratic candidate because he draws from
the alternative third-party candidate is michael bloomberg the former mayor of new york city. if the runs we know from polling that alexa a republican because he draws disproportionately from democratic voters. >> so unless both happen and it's a total question. >> another alternative that may come up as a contested convention. we haven't seen a convention where you are arrive at the convention with nobody having a lock on the nomination and not likely to happen on the democratic side but could well happen on the republican side or the first time in 40 years. >> and interesting july in cleveland. susan page thank you for letting us into your home today. interesting tidbits as we
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may see lily still missing. witnesses told authorities they saw a man grabbed the girl from a park where she was playing on the fort peck indian reservation and fbi in control of the investigation. and border patrol, tribal police, military and private planes trying to find her. and we have belen de leon with a final look at the forecast. >> cooler today and pleasant with highs in the 60s. next week mix of 50s and 60s and tuesday. mainly in the mountains and small chance here in the metro area. to quote lloyd christmas from dumb and dumber, you are saying there is a chance. the chance of moisture on monday is very small and we will keep an eye on what happens wednesday but just like that goodbye to february and hello to march. >> thank you. have a great sunday everyone
this sunday, hillary clinton's blowout win in south carolina has her looking towards november. >> tomorrow this campaign goes national. >> while bernie sanders vows to fight on. >> it would make me so happy to >> bernie sanders joins me this morning. plus, what a week on the republican side. first, rubio thumps trump. [ overlapping speakers ] then trump thumps rubio with a surprise endorsement. >> there's no one better prepared to provide america with