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a mother. just like with her and her boyfriend is now under arrest for new court documents we learned getting arrested last month for assaulting her but wanted out of jail. >> hard freaking story, hennepin cupping laurer was killed when she was hit by -- heartbreaking story. where was hit and killed which is hit by a broadway. >> reporter: just after 2 am sunday, a promising young attorney was out with friends when she was struck and killed by a hit and run driver. whoever did this is a coward. checkout former -- >> she had a lot of gifts, intellectually, emotionally and an ability to connect with
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been a terrific lawyer for many years. joke that she said she graduated from cornell law school, moved to the area and worked for a law firm out there. she moved back to colorado to be closer to her family. >> our hearts are broken. obviously, our thoughts and prayers go to the family. >> carrino was a lovely person and we all liked her very much. we're saddened happening. checkout he says he's not focusing on whether police catch the driver responsible. he says catching them was bring her back. >> they were please say the suspected hit-and-run vehicle was found abandoned and they are still looking for the driver.
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that's a gushing water main. that blast in the middle of a castle rock neighborhood. we learned that the family that lives in that house cannot go back home like their neighbors. we spoke to those living near the home about that scary night. the big concern, was left inside the home. we're told the explosive materials a house but there is still a lot of chemicals inside the home. the family is not allowed to go back inside this is not safe for anybody. the family is being escorted by police as they get their belongings. some of the things they will need during this cleanup much you teenagers arrested monday morning, about 2 am and two devices rendered safe last night by police. neighbors still can't believe this is happening.>> when they said we're going to detonate
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buckled.. it apart myself up and one of the other people called me and said, i had to listen to it twice and sit down. >> there been living -- lingering questions as to whether or not these explosive materials linked to some of the threats to the high schools yesterday. case. they are not connected and has no safety issue to worry about the people in the castle rock area. it will be a community meeting tonight at 730 for homeowners concerned or with questions. title e there to answer them for you. we will have a crew there with the latest tonight. this man shot and innocent bystander outside over this weekend and your help is needed to find him. two men started shooting on the
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with new details sides. an 11-year-old arrested for stabbing a classmate in the we first told you about this last week. the victim's longest puncture. to get your boat counted, don't drop your ballot to the mail. that's too late. you have to take it to a drop box. for those who still waitinto to change minds toet her mom notes so in the next 10 minutes or so, she will speak to supporters at the mlk junior library in aurora. tomorrow she has another step in boulder. the clinton campaign isn't letting up. few hours go with and bill clinton will be here friday. to make stops in pueblo, and fort collins. colorado lawmakers jumping to hillary's defense. they are asking support for more senators saying the fbi
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about clinton emails until right before the election. they say violatee the hatch act for the >> when we come election day, the trump campaign uncorks a double visit. mike pence will be in lebanon, newt gingrich stumping for trump. on thursday, donald trump junior will be in fort collins. aurora family, no thank you. trevitt nt they lost a loved one in an accident that was caused by the legal immigrant. >> in colorado, patricia and deborah along with a small toddler were killed by an illegal immigrant who had been arrested 16 times by seven different police departments throughout the state of colorado. >> when i become president, this crime wave will end.
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here illegally crash into a baskin-robbins. the family told the aurora sentinel they do not want to be used as part of trump's campaign . you hear more from them tonight at 10. day one of searching a landfill near old for the body of this toddler has turned up nothing. crews began searching at sunrise. the man accused of killing him still in jail. molly hendrickson follows the search. they the failure here as long as it takes. three truckloads brought here from laramie county. roger says he but the boy's body in a dumpster. let areas roped off and they would go through every single piece. at the landfill, investigators up against odds. >> about 1% they will find it. checkout they find they are
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the mother's boyfriend says he thought the counter and his head. >> if he's in there, we hope to find him will settle to find what he was rafting. >> reporter: the tedious process started after sanders -- sunrise. they are in an area 15 feet deep and the size of a football field. >> if there's something suspicious that we find it evidentiary value will go through that. we will go to that. >> the alleged stopped talking. over the weekend he led investigators on a wild goose chase. promises to take them to the body all empty. they are hopeful this latest search may find closure to the small a mourning community. >> we had cadaver dogs that hit on the dumpster where he says he put the child in. until we get something else other than that, we have to go with us.
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are asking for more help. the city of denver's debating changing it in quotes to make smler businesses hhve gender neutral sites. # gender-neutral signs on bathroom. some say it allows transgender people to use the restroom of their choice. a w option housing. wilton park's apartments just opened the fight with neighborhood with 223 units. affordable housing is available for families earning 60% less than the median income we did the math. that's 43,000 than the median income. we did the math. that's $43,000 for a family of three. prices start at $420 a month. we're week away from election day. group of third graders got to make their voices heard. >> we were to talk to some of these.
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not the person i picked and with it some yes. >> i feel like it's important because the president we have, will have him for three years. then will change because at present, he might get bored and like his job anymore. >> brickels. hundred 84 kids voted and hillary clinton is black friday-ish. it's still the start of november but you can start saving big a cop the good deals you can get now that could be gone in hours. >> not exactly what the skiers 3 want to see. a new video tonight, unexpected breakfast guest in longmont. we spoke to the woman on the other side of this camera. this is true.
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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 to his out-of-state donors. over 30 colorado business leaders called tipton's plans, "a serious threat to the outdoor recreation industry and...thousands of jobs." gail schwartz will defend our public lands
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hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady leadership. donald trump: "knock the crap out of them, would you? seriously..."vo: clear thinking... donald trump: "i know more about isis than the generals do, believe me." vo: and calm judgment. donald trump: "and you can tell them to go fu_k themselves." vo: because all it takes is one wrong move. donald trump audio only: "i would bomb the sh_t out of
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all this nice weather keeps pushing back the ski season. you have to wait another week. only a basin is open right now. we checked the basic pace today. they posted a picture of snowmaking and so they haven't set an open date for the >> even in the calendar based november 1, some are treating it like black friday. if you like to shop online, you may find some extra ordinary deals. mark stewart is getting advice from the pros and he joins us now live.
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not the case of amazon giving an early gift. it's about business and making way for the new merchandise. the biggest deals are these lightning deals with new bargains popping up every five minutes. type, shift and say. that's the strategy for many of us as the holidays creep closer. the online sales have already started for the >> the last few years, november 1 has been the kickoff for a few major retailers shopping seasons. >> to help you save and succeed we went straight to shopping scholar, so for today we found a kindle reader at 25% off. this kitchenaid steel cooker at more than 0% off. and is lg flat screen tv, more than 30% off. >> laptops, specific tvs in
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if you're in a market for something that's a big ticket item, it's worth looking at right now. >> competitors are paying attention. best buy had a flash sale. others are missing prices. >> if you compare a lot of the price is right now, they are changing these on-the-fly to make sure they are very competitive. >> reporter: this excitement when you find a good deal online but are there times when you should just go to the store. >> there are times when you should go to the store are unsure about the quality. if you know what you're buying, buy it online. if you're not sure, go to the store and check it out. >> reporter: we found some deals on clothing. but the bigger and better bargains seem to come later in the season. make sure you look at shipping costs because many of these promotions include free shipping. first alert traffic. hard to tell, lanes in both
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portion of today. her captors came in to put on new panels to stop or size. the work will continue through thursday and for a couple days next week. imagine the road talking to your car. this is the first of its kind technology. panasonic partner will install sensors on i-70 that will communicate with your car via radio. it will help ease congestion by removing traffic and protected types. we'l four years. is clear that technology is a lot to -- a lot cheaper than asphalt. there's no comparison. i don't know the data for sure but it's a five or 10 to 1 ratio as it relates to the cost- effectiveness of the technology versus pre-asphalt on the road. >> this will expand every year.
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the cost to taxpayers will be about 80 million it's expected 1.2 million people will use it. the cost to taxpayers will be about $80 million. just a little more to go to contain the chickens fire. firefighters say it's 95% contained. lighter winds helped firefighters get the upper hand. this elka didn't seem to mind company during this morning's back. looking right into the window. we spoke to the woman watching dancing with the stars is morning and she noticed her guest outside. we're looking at the the dozen pug do the same thing when deer are in the backyard of our house. they do their best to warn, then eat something and go back to sleep. this is our wireless cam out by dia. a few showers around the area and a brand-new camera. of nature and science the king of to the west. a beautiful shot. the lake reflecting the evening
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temperatures, 70 was the high. 52 the low. normals or 59 and 31. outside right now, mostly cloudy, 60 downtown, 63 at the airport. there's the shower activity. it's very light. brief sprinkle. way up on the peaks, a few areas of light snow . that snow level is high. across the region, scattered showers, not tapping into any big source of moisture. they are developing along a coll front. this is a minor front. you may be able to squeeze a touch of moistureeout. a few speakers of rain. clouds linger in the morning hours tomorrow. the temperature dropped to 37, 45 at the springs. 31 in laramie.
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as well longmont and eerie areas as well as over and parker. there's the clouds but it will be dry and those clouds should break up into partly cloudy conditions here. you scattered rain and snow showers continue in the wake of the passing fronts. your ticket jacket or sweater. 67 se., 40s and 50s in the mountains. front range numbers tomorrow with a few scattered rain and snow showers. start with morning clouds and clearingit check readings in the 60s. clouds early and clearing skies. tonight, clouds increase, if you like showers, 37 tomorrow, clouds early and a breezy, cool day with a high of 60. the 60s hang in for the next 5 to 6 days with sunshine thursday are bright spot. maybe a shower in mid-60s saturday. nice day sunday and a few
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55. >> we are spoiled. coming up, the buffs are flying high. number 15 in the college rankings and ucla will come to town thursday night. you have to see what are
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chris harris junior was there. the 19th drive for life, the largest single day blood drive in the state. people who stop by to give blood cutting out, give blood and hang out with the players. well done by all. see you is ranked number 15 in the first college football playoff rankings that came out today. coming off a bye week, huge national tv game this thursday. ucla of folsom field. their three and five the season. attendee is there for the buffs with so mucc at stake, mike terrace and motivation is heavy. >> we don't have anything up on the bulletin board.
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the pac 12 south. we won our first the other day. they like the taste of it. i hope they keep coming with that same type of fire. maybe it's a whole couple years of buildup. fort collins, coming off a bye week. the rams need went to a lessor to be bowl eligible. to get winning two more games, rams want the whole thing. >> everyone knows we have to win two of our last four. we four. we need to be present on november 5 and we need to have a great week. keep reiterating as a head coach, keep talking about how we win this football game. 10-year-old football player in suffolk county new york. quarterback going deep go watch the catch. you can't be serious. that 10-year-old just went obj.
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that is the play of the year and 10-year-old football. well done, little man. avalanche tonight and world series game ssx. new at 10. join us then. will see you tonight at 10. thanks for watching. thanks for watching. woman: after all donald trump has said and done... she ate like a pig... you can do anything. ved 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
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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. daniel kagan 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. they'd be a great team in the state senate. and transparent government. to keep our communities safe, we need a district attorney like jake lilly --
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and iraq war veteran, jake lilly is an experienced prosecutor who will be tough on violent crime, including murder and domestic abuse. and he has a smart plan to provide treatment for non-violent offenders, including veterans suffering from mental illness or addiction. jake lilly for district attorney -- tough, smart, and fair. this is the colorado none of us want to lose. i'm gail schwartz, and i'm running for congress to stop the sale of our public lands. coloradans should have the freedom to use this land for ranching, hunting and fishing, not watch it sold off to the highest bidder. scott tipton wants to cut off our access to these lands for generations to come, killing thousands of jobs. i approved this message
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. >> cooking with candy. turn your halloween leftovers into delicious dishes. >> i love that idea. >> do it yourself plastic surgery. can you get rid of wrinkles without going under the knife? plus, stay safe on the road. three apps to help you be a better driver. >> it's a pretty cool little app. and how is this for a bedtime story? stephen king wrote a children's book. that's all coming up on "the list." >> i'm bradley.
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we've got what's trending now. as the battle to be the best in baseball nears its close, be so does the battle for the white house. we are exactly one week away from election day, but if you are sick of watching trump and clinton battle each other with angry words, watch them battle each other with nerf guns instead. this video from pdk films already has br three million you tube views. once you check out the whole ten minute video on the list facebook page, stick around on facebook because it has a new feature that shows us who and what will be on our ballot. it offers information about current issues, local initiatives, and candidates for your specific area. it also lets you save and print your choices. head to plan. >> okay. now that you know where to get your ballots info, time to update you on the latest viral trend that has kids flipping
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some school administrators are flipping out. >> yes! >> yes! >> kids today flipping water bottles and power ade bottles to see if they can get them to land upright. i mean, it could be worse. >> pretty harmless fun considering some of the other things kids do. >> well, apparently not everybody is happy with the wet and wild trend. namely, schools that want students to be focused on learning the curriculum rather than learnin flipping skills. >> oh, my god. >> one iowa high school has banned bottle flipping, while others across america have more informal policies in place. encouraging their students to keep their bottles in their hands. the school that flipped out the most, enjoy it while it lasts. at least until the next viral


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