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elect trump's offer to be the next u.s. secretary of education following their weekend meeting at his golf club in new jersey. in a statement, mr. trump described her as a brilliant and passionate education advocate. the 58-year-old from michigan is a long time republican donor who is is a charter school advocate. the president-elect selected south carolina governor nikki haley for u.s. ambassador to e proven track record of bringing people together. another foe turned friend, dr. ben carson, is under consideration for secretary of housing and urban development. mr. trump and vice president- elect mike pents have held more than 60 meetings with white house staffers since winning the election. in florida, security patrolled mr. trump's estate where he is spending thanksgiving with
administration. the president-elect is not only repairing the bruised relationships, he is also walking back some of his most controversial positions while campaigning like climate control, water boarding, even his promise to prosecute hillary clinton. he now says he believes it would be very divisive for the country. weijia jiang, cbs4 news. >> thanks very much. right now, breaking news it is sad news. another child we have learned has died of injuries suffered in the big school bus crash in tennessee earlier this week, six children have now died. five other kids are still in the hospital after the rollover crash. the driver, 24-year-old johnthony walker is facing charges of vehicular homicide. authorities did say today, no alcohol or drugs were found in his system. a woman hurt while protesting the dakota access
>> she has been upgraded from serious to satisfactory. this is the news at 6:30. we showed you the scene at the pipeline early monday morning when protesters tangled with police who had the water pouring on them. she got hurt when something exploded nearby. officers say it was a propane tank that protesters had rigged to explode. her father says it was a concussion grenade. tossed by police. >> she will have many surgeries. she may need as many as 20 surgeries over very many months. to have any hope of saving her arm and her hand. obviously, we will be with her every step of the w way. the fbi alerted law enforcement across the country. there is concern for a potential terror attack. they stress there is no specific and credible threat. in new york e extra security will be keeping an eye on the
be filled with sand to block intersections along the route. for the first time in 90 years, police are banning cars from crossing the route. president obama did his official duty today and pardoned two turkeys. tator and tot were raised in iowa. they voted for which one to save. but even the scorned one gets a reprieve. president obama laughed. his two daughters have simply had he usually offers up during the ceremony to attend. >> nice looking turkey. well, the denver rescue mission served up 500 thanksgiving meals to the needy. they served the traditional fibbingings of turkey and stuffing. the rescue mission has hosted this thanksgiving banquet more than 30 years. recently, alan gionet spent
girls club talking to the kids there. his interviews and experiences will be put together into a koa special called giving thanks. that hour long special will air on koa news radio on 94.1 f.m. it will air on thanksgiving day at 8:00 a.m. and again at 1:00. we will have a link on cbsdenver.com. sure to be inspiring. well, a scandal in south >> the president bought dozens of pills of viagra. >> here comes another one coming our way. even another one off the shore. we will talk about that one that has prompted a winter weather advisory. we will show you where in our
,, ,, >> it is the story of how peter pan came to by. but not peter pan. >> finding neverland is about family and opening yourself up to the world. here is our critic at large greg moody. >> when you look, tell me what do you see ... >> reporter: now, you might think you would have expectations wandering into
which the show itself is based. ? [ music ] ? [ singing ] >> reporter: but, you might want to put the expectations aside. while peter pan is a part and the movie offers a basic frame work, finding neverland delivers a treasure chest of fantasy, magic, and family fun. >> a lot of people i think have definitely seen finding neverland. it's a great movie and a lot of people love it but a lot of people come in not knowing anything about of knowledge of peter pan obviously. but, i think that the majority of people come away with this huge knowledge of what peter pan is. and, what the story, what the real story of jm barrie and his creation of peter pan was. >> reporter: it is about how he came to write peter pan. but, the touring production which has haded songs and scenes focuses on love of
for creativity. >> he makes the decision not that oh i'm going to write peter pan. he makes this decision, it is before he comes up with peter pan. it is that i'm going to now open myself up to the world. and see what hits me. i will open myself up. use my imagination. and see what happens. and then, all of these things happen. >> reporter: i must say, the first 20 minutes has characters and scenes set. moves, slowly. but by the end of the first act, i was captured by the end of the second. i was simply amazed. it makes you realize the power of theatrical magic. ? [ music ] ? [ singing ] >> reporter: this is a show about love, imagination, and family. and i have to tell you ... i went in not knowing what to expect and i just loved it. i'm critic at large greg moody for cbs4 news. >> thanks greg. finding neverland opens december 20.
>> a dry fall has fueled some of the worst wild fires ever in israel. >> there are at least four fires burning in the country. this is the news from around the world tonight. a fire west of jerusalem has damaged one home and threatened others. another damaged 20 houses. israel has 14 fire fighting planes out battling the fires. they are considering asking the president of south korea says she bought viagra pills to treat altitude sickness. they often prescribe it to climbers. the park is already bracing for possible impeachment on another matterment she was involved in the criminal activities of a
arrested earlier this month allegedly. 20 children in uruguay received 3d printed hands. the hands are made out of a special type of plastic and once attached, the fingers and thumb can move with the flick of a wrist. >> wow. >> remarkable. >> it is. unbelievable what they are the so, how chilly overnight? >> i think we are getting into the 20s , 40s tomorrow. so pretty seasonal. normal this time of year. a lot of sunshine. let's go outside, take a look. though you can't see the sunshine, overhead, clear skies. nothing but stars out there. and, a very pleasant drive, no matter where you are going anywhere in the state. that is backed up on doppler 4,000. you can see we do mostly clear skies but right here, look at a little spin of rain and snow coming into the north western section of the state. that is the new system coming
there's the old system from yesterday. here comes the next system. we had high pressure in between. and, we will stay sunny here. but it is going to change a little for the mountains. let's take a look at it on the hour by hour forecast. and you can see, nothing is going on here. but as we roll it into motion, by 1:00 a.m., we see pretty good snows for the high country. however. it just doesn't last that long. here is thanksgiving day. nothing across the radar. running into black friday, you don't see anything across the radar, taking us all the way until evening. so let's go to lauren whitney in the weather center. this storm will bring snow for the high country. >> it will. and it has prompted a winter weather advisory. in the central mountains, we are look at two to five inches of snow for us. here across the front range. as you get closer to the tunnel. the tough spot, you may see three to six inches of snow. so, if you are traveling late night tonight or early in the morning you may hit snow. later on in the morning when it
if you have skiing plans throughout the holiday weekend, this is excellent news. a little lesser amount as you head down toward parts of the san juans and southern central mountains. maybe one to two inches of snow. the more north we head, the better chances or heavier snowfall. here in denver, across the front range, mid to upper 40s . plenty sunshine. chilly start to the day. if you have any turkey trot plans or the turkey bowl. a bit cold in the morning but in the afternoon, we are in thep sunshine. ed, we were in the 50s today. >> 49 is what is normal. 52 downtown. close to the normal low. 27 downtown. 73 and four below the records this day. 48 in northwest evergreen. 51 is arvada and brush. 52 in sental. northwest wind at 8. and yes, winter park is now open.
some snow and a pretty good day to ski. and we also have steamboat springs also now open. it was their opening day. and pretty good snow as well. as we take a look at the temperatures for tonight. mostly in the 20s and the 30s over the eastern plains. teens for the high country. out west, 20s and low 30s . and then, for tomorrow, another seasonal day around here. with 40s and 50s for the east. we are finding 0s for the mountains. out west, temperatures in the 30s and the 40s . here is your denver forecast. clear skies. temperatures, low 30s sunshine thanksgiving day and a seasonal one. 49 and 48. the next several days, jumping at 10 degrees friday. 58. one degree warmer sunday. look at that. near 60 degrees. then we cool it to more seasonal on sunday. and then, for monday, it is turning colder with a high of just 38 degrees. >> good football weather. >> it is. >> thanks ed. today's wednesday's child. a spirited 15-year-old with a lot of charisma. rachel got to take a gymnastics lesson.
spinning and she loves to sing. yearns for parents who loves music and most of all laughterment she has a lot of that. you can learn more about rachel and all the great kids looking for adoptive families by calling the adoption exchange. the contact info right there on your screen, you will also find it at cbsdenver.com. facebook is working on a new feature. >> but it has some people worried. we will tell you why this social media site
,, >> the dow and s&p both set records today. the dow rose 59 points staying above the 19,000 mark. nasdaq lost 5. and the s&p was up 1. developing now, regulators will let general motors delay the recall of vehicles with potentially defective takata air ba for long term testing for the inflaters. gm wants to see if they are safe. well, if it can prove the bags are safe, gm will be allowed to forgo the recall of more than 2.5 million vehicles. facebook is working on a censorship tool so the site can be used in china. the new york times reports the software would block certain posts from user's news feeds. facebook is currently blocked
strategy that is still a work in progress. some analysts were already saying this is a very slippery slope. they worry facebook's censorship tool might ultimately used here in the u.s. twitter accidentally suspended its own ceo's account. last night, people who searched for jack dorsey's profile got an error message. he said the suspension was the result of an misseating. some mistake. we all know the holidays are fun. >> yeah, but they can also be stressful especially on our pocketbooks. experience surveyed americans about their holiday spends. 48% spend more than expected. 44% feel obligated to spend more than they can afford. if you want to spend money, make a gift list and look for
? to me the holidays are special, it's family traditions and of course great food. with all the things we could worry about over the holidays, turkey shouldn't be one of them. (laughter) i'm very proud to be a turkey farmer. i'm proud to raise turkeys with no growth promoting antibiotics, hormones or steroids. my name is tammy plumley,
>> police are looking for the person who set a homeless man on fire. that is where we begin tonights reporter brief. >> adams county deputies are looking for a dangerous suspect who set a homeless man on fire in front of this november 6 around 10:00 p.m., a man known as matthew had been sleeping outside of the store on east 58th avenue. the video shows a man come out of nowhere unprovoked and pour liquid on him and set him on fire. the attacker stabs him several times. matthew is in critical condition. the sheriff's office says the suspect is a white or hispanic male, five feet eight to six feet tall with a stocky build. he was wearing a hooded
colorado springs teens are okay after being lost on the mount of the holy cross more than two days. tommy hendricks and matt smith took off sunday evening for the sum met. they called their parents monday night at 7:00 p.m. that was the last anyone heard of them until they were discovered. a black hawk helicopter was used to ferry rescue teams onto the mountain. the ground the fixed wing plane spotted the two boys at an elevation of 12,000 feet. they are reported to be in stable condition. what about those rescue teams in this state? >> incredible. >> seriously. >> they are the best. they really are. hey, everybody should be happy. we get a little snow on the mountains overnight. then, we will be nice and sunny down here. and seasonal weather. >> thanks ed. >> 48 tomorrow.
the votes between taylor and jay. >> this is the last meal. >> jeff: with little hope left, taylor revealed adam's secret. >> adam has an advantage in this game. >> jeff: but the tribe couldn't forgive him for stealing food. >> you ate it? >> me and jay ate it because we thought you were voting us out. >> jeff: sending him to the jury. taylor, the prescribe has spoken. 11 are left, who will be voted out tonight? >> man, that was some tribal, huh? >> that was insane. >> if i can just say, i am very sorry to all of you for not telling you. it was not possible because taylor knew about the advantage
>> taylor stole food from us, that's why he's gone. let's look at the bigger picture here. >> oh, man, taylor and jay dragged my name through the mud, and now everybody knows about my advantage. i want jay out of this game so badly i can taste his blood in my mouth. >> is there any food left from the feast hidden somewhere? >> i do know where it is. he said he proved -- moved it. >> dude, so i'm in tribal council just thinking, tails, stop talking, dude, you're burying me with you. not only are you going out, but now you're making sure i go out next. how am i going to clean this up? so i unbury the food just as good faith, hey, here's the food, this is what's left and i'm going to be honest. >> you found it? >> yeah. >> because now my back is literally up against the wall. literally. but considering the fact that i
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