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these two women are part of history. they are family members of this man, who shot and killed one year ago by police officer. the city or has agreed to a multimillion dollar settlement. >> marks do is live in the studio. this is an historic payout. >> $2.6 million, this is the largest settlement in police history. this is not just about money. what happened last year has led to significant changes in police policy. >> >> her grief is constant. >> to look at my daughter, she looks just like him. >> carter was shot and killed by aurora police officer in march 2015. >> as police tried to arrest carter or a parole violation. he wasn't armed. a grand jury cleared the
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grabbing a weapon. but now, carter's children and relatives will share the record civil settlement. 2.6 the record civil settlement. $2.6 million. >> all the money in the world won't bring him back.>> >> reporter: over is changing the way officers do their job in the aftermath of the shooting including using more money cameras. expanding the unit investigates officer wrongdoing, and creating new will lead to better relations between police and the people they protect? >> all i can say, is i hope so. i only hope so. >> reporter: bernadette allen carter is the mother to three of the suspects entered them -- the victim's children. is not closure but it's a step in the grieving process.
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spotlight of the police using excessive force against people of color. >> the family hopes reforms made here will lead to changes nationwide. >> comfort and peace, i will never have it completely. i can honestly say it's only time that will help you through it, time. >> reporter: the officer is still on the force tonight to the chief says he's still trying to determine his next assignment. about surgical tech rocky allen who potentially expose hundreds of patients at swedish hospital to hiv while he still painkillers. today, he was sentenced to 6 1/2 years in prison. that's hernandez joins us. >> raquel's attorney asked for a lenient sentencing is plant was a victim of virtual sex abuse with history. the city's drugs to cope with the trauma of war.
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help and change but didn't bother. he said allen showed he didn't give a damn about people when he put saline solution in syringes that were intended to be used with painkiller before surgical procedures. >> his attorney take issue with the claimant nobody was hurt. >> he said raquel apparently has hiv and while there is no evidence any patients at swedish have contracted hiv, many experienced a great deal of anxiety wondering had a death sentence hanging over their heads. others tested positive for hepatitis b of the question is, where did it come from? alan rummaged through sharps containers and who knows what he did with anything he found inside. the judge also mentioned swedish sent $800,000 testing 2400 people for hiv and hepatitis. money they are unlikely to recover from allen.
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part, here comes the civil suits. >> the first civil trial involving hospital for alan worked in washington state begins in may. next month a judge will set a date for the civil trial against swedish. the new details about a nurse also accused of stealing pain medication. this time at university of colorado hospital. we told you about the rest friday. on wednesday, she will be in court. the governor wants to lock her up saying she is a danger to the community. >> the man accused of putting a bomb in the middle of we're still not seen dave asbury because of not a lot of federal courts. he's facing charges of attempting to use weapons of mass attraction. one more day. your voice, your vote. polls -- it's anyone's race. the new national poll from abc, hillary clinton still has a lead over donald trump but it is just a few points.
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investigates emails that cause a lot of worry for election officials across our state and at least 13 others. so much was concerned the cali fbi and homeland security. we know it turned out to be academic research project. our investigative reporter broke the story at five has new develops and for us now. >> these emails ask simple questions about election day and how to vote. these same questions written by the same people the same way. with different names. they raised alarms for at least 25 county cl colorado, already on high alert comes to cybersecurity. >> we spent way too much time looking into the >> >> the culture secretary state's office is calling it a waste of time. >> is irresponsible in this climate and disclosed election to send out what is essentially spam. to all of our county clerks to try to conduct a lab experiment
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it's not part of what we do. >> with days to go before the election, clerks and 25 colorado counties started receiving these emails. hi, my name is karen. i want to ask about the voting process. what do i need to bring to vote? i want to vote for presidents but i did not register with political party. do i have to do that before i vote? >> roughly the same questions each time. from different names, names from cream, the jason to mustapha to concern. >> yes, really other was concerned pursuant to make sure the emails didn't contain malicious content for >> investigators traced it back to you university where it turns out, law professor has been doing an independent study on voter access. at least 13 states received versions of the emails memphis is determine the messages were nnt a security threats but say it took hundreds offman hours
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within the politic way, it works but we all had to be distracted by something that had nothing to do with the running of the selection. >> spokesperson for yells law school tells us this research is not part of an official we've been trying to reach out to that you professor all day to ask more about the purpose of this independent research, so far, no response. county high schools newspaper endorsed hillary clinton and then this happened. >> someone spray-painted we support trap and also, trump the president on the school. you notice they spelled it wrong.>> >> hillary clinton understands that we must change. because she understands the impacts of the climate crisis. >> that's al gore here in colorado he's making two stops today, stumping for hillary clinton. at his stop in golden the
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climate change. he's on his way to liquid and he'll be speaking in less than an hour. >> governor hiccup or is focused on the election and talk with cnn claiming trump isn't fit for the white house. >> he says one thing woman, one thing and another. that's the most revealing. it's rigged against him. he praises people who agree with him. that's no way to be president. >> he discussed the fbi's decision on clinton's email and id it's good on their station. denver seven is your headquarters for all the results of election night. our coverage begins at four, through the night, nbc will cover the national race will have you covered here locally, bringing breaking results as they come in on air and online on the denver seven website and app >> the douglas county school board has apple school board now. steve pat was sworn in today and is getting right to work. also the more members will have their meeting was a. >> an autopsy did not give us
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player. a 34-year-old died over the weekend. the coroner's office is considering the possibility that he may have suffered from head trauma and they want to examine his brain. >> your help is needed to find a broncos fan the police say it was taking pictures of a woman's skirt during the chargers came a week ago. these pictures are blurry but the man has a prostatic leg which could make it easier to identify him. >> this teenagers facing jail time for killing his back in work, he shot his 10- year-old brother. he will be sentenced next month. >> your help is needed to find that man right there, please cease one disturbing crime, setting a teenager on fire. is it closer look. police say he got into a fight with this teenager and set her car on fire with her and a friend inside.
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american woman is demanding her immediate release from jail. the denver woman was arrested during the pipeline protest in north dakota. red phone is charged with attempted murder after allegedly firing again several times in the direction of police. her father says she's a strong personality was targeted by police as apprentice instigator but say she only intended on peaceful protests and helping others. >> at the same time she was arrested, she is helping people have been pepper sprayed in the fa them clean the pepper spray out of their eyes. >> her family since her arrest along with 100 clean the pepper spray out of their eyes. >> her family since her arrest along with 102 others was the largest mass arrest of 14 years. almost all say the applications for public defenses have been rejected. did you get caught behind this day. cement rolled over spilled gas all of an interstate. it took several hours to get it all the lanes back open. it happened in the middle of
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jam. time is ticking to get your ballot in. tomorrow you can your vote and your vote can change more than just use in the white house. your voice, your vote, legal marijuana is a big national issue. tonight we're asking what could happen to our housing market is more states legalize pot. >> one of the best parts of voting sites having your voice heard is getting that sticker. this year, social media is changing that. >> which parts of the co putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing. when i come home and dinner's not ready i go through the roof. grab 'em by the p****". when you're a star, they let you do it. you can do anything. more accusers coming forward to say they were sexually assaulted by donald trump. i'll go backstage before a show... yes.. and everyone's getting dressed.
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standing there with no clothes. you see these incredible looking women. i'd look her right in that fat ugly face of hers. she ate like a pig. a person who's flat-chested is very hard to be a 10. do you treat women with respect? uh... i can't say that either. alright, good. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. "what's your positioon "it's too early in the morning to ask that question." "you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes. blood coming out of her wherever." "i think that putting a wife to work is a very dangerous thing." "i don't wanna sound too much like a chauvinist but when i come home and dinner's not ready, i go through the roof." "so you treat women with respect?" - "uh, i can't say that either." - "alright." priorities usa action is responsible
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this is not what you want to see when you take your kids to the playground. woman in aspen ran into this offensive graffiti which he took her seven-year-old out to play, from salt swastikas to anarchy symbol to 666.
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would that mean for our economy and housing market here? was later and joins us with how those in other states will affect us. >> if recreational marijuana initiatives pass tomorrow in california, nevada and several other states, real estate experts we spoke with say it might have an impact on the housing market here in colorado because legal weed comes in so much money to the local economy. >> posted experts also sa housing market is so white-hot, it 81 issue probably won't change things dramatically. >> -?>> probably transcend whateve happens tomorrow. >> marijuana legalization can have the opposite effect on the pot industry. experts immigration of sales say
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market and bolstering legal sales of pot in colorado and elsewhere. you still have time to make your voice heard. tomorrow, the polls are open and 77 and also if you're still filling out your ballot tonight, we have all major issues highlighted for you right have.>> is like election day badge of honor. if you voted here, you probably didn't get one. snapchat has achieved tag in denver to replace your i voted sticker. >> from high school getting ready to change its logo. it's a blue one. it looks a lot like it texas tech logo. high school says it's making the change before legal actions taken by the university which has happened to other high schools. >> medical the back open tomorrow night at the kirkland museum is in its final denver
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it should take about a year to get it back open. >> loveland ski area will be the second resort open f this morning in announcement this picture on facebook it has enough snow to open thursday. all this warm weather we've had pushed back open days for several ski areas, keystone wants to be open by the crimsonride. copper has pushed back its opening day to week from friday. >> a lovely shots this sky. that's the topic share one. the knights have called another able to make some snow even though mother nature has not come through very much. you see a little bit of financial on the top but we see the lower runs have beautiful alpine glo. >> across the state, there's no moisture we have a freeze watch
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colorado attempters dropdown upper 20s the low 30s. denver under a clear sky data 47 degrees out of dia. 52 downtown, 37% humidity. no moisture today and then for the month or year. 10.55 and that's running 5 inches below normal. had a was 64 low 36, normal 56 and 28. this is how things can change. 1999, 78 a year late degrees. these patterns will shifted that will happen. >> not right now this is a front moving rain across the ohio valley. behind it, great big high- pressure cell comes in for several days to bring us quiet unsettled weather. cool at night. 20 in greeley, 20 hello bill. front range, low to mid-20s mountains and low to mid-30s on planes tomorrow.
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be very nice day with high temperatures in the mid-60s over the nature and nature and planes. it is an 60s expected, the three winter park, 58 at estes bailey 58, 65, number from platinum and kings particularly all the way down to denver, highlands ranch, metro numbers a bright sunny day for election , easy to get to the polls with temperatures in the mid-60s. for tonight, the low chili with light winds. tomorrow high temperature expected to be at 65 degrees, chilly in the morning the very nice in the afternoon. extended forecast for great weather coming up, sunny and warm on wednesday with 72 mid- 60s thursday friday saturday with a bright spots a very pleasant. things have to shift next week. cooler by next sunday. we take a look at the long- range jet stream forecast show you how this weather pattern is
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feel more like winter. >> coming up, the broncos offense had all kinds of province last night.
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woman: after all donald trump has said and done... she ate like a pig... you can do anything. i moved on her like a b***h! woman: trump's just so disgusting and degrading. he's bragged about assaulting women, and he's the republican nominee for president! and congressman mike coffman said he didn't know if donald trump's a sexual predator. come on. look, we just can't vote for coffman or trump. house majority pac is responsible for the content of this advertising. rockies new manager bud black. should a big course of today for the first day this job. he takes over team with a playoff caliber lineup but a little league bullpen. lots of hope and hype on day one.
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our players with good. discounts of people outside of denver, that's good stuff. >> today after a disastrous trip to the black hole last night. trevor and the offense was in a black hole of its own. the fan starting to clear their throats. last night, trevor got no support for the running game or the coaches. nothing is working. some in broncos country are saying if they go to new orleans next sunday, if they lose, if the offense stinks, when it come back after the bye
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here's gary kubiak say no changes coming right now. >> i feel good about whichever is doing. we're looking at it as a group. i have to do a better job for trevor. up front, we have to do a better job. he's making a lot of plays there's a tremendous plated jordan. he's doing good things but like all of us, he needs to be more consistent. >> did you see he threw his own flag. he threw his towel at the referee which caused a real flag. and he was ejected. he gave the infamous towel total kid in this ddnce all is well. the chiefs one. the suns lakers game, half court, halftime shot by a fan for $35,000. he bagged it for a bag of cash.
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you should join the team. we may need some help down the stretch. >> that was a nice night. from ncsu?has 59 yard touchdown, will hear from him at 10. we'll talk to them, we'll we'll talk to them, we'll see my name is charity salazar, and i'm an air force veteran. every election, nancy pelosi and her washington friends against mike coffman. this year is no different. they say he's waging a war against women. that's just not true. mike stood up for women in the military, protecting us against sexual assault. he believes in equal pay and making sure pregnant women aren't discriminated against at work. time and again mike has stood up for women. i know, because he stood up for me. i'm mike coffman,
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hillary clinton: i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. vo: in times of crisis america depends on steady 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 them." vo: just one. i alone can fix it! bomb the [bleep] out of 'em.
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he's a mexican! she ate like a pig... i moved on her like a [bleep] i did not say that... i love war. yes, including with nukes. blood coming out of her... they're rapists... wrong. there has to be some form of punishment. such a nasty woman. i wanna be unpredictable. ...on 5th avenue and shoot somebody... she's a slob... i don't remember! and you can tell them to go [bleep] themselves! priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. right now on "the list," party on. three ways to wind up your wine game and clean your house without breaking a sweat. cool gadgets to make cleaning super easy. plus we test out tricks that will blow your friends' minds. >> total fab! >> then snoop and martha, the
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party. we've got what's trending now. >> if we vote, we win. >> get out and vote! >> your last chance to vote is tomorrow. and i think we speak for everyone when we say, finally. ugh, this has been a stressful election process. one way to beat the stress is to beat down the candidate you like least in a boxing ring. >> you're not qualified to be a president like i am. >> check out the election knockout app which lets you face off against a way you'll definitely never be able to in real life. the app has already been downloaded in all 50 states and 120 countries. while we of course don't advocate violence, we're all about finding creative ways to unwind from this election anxiety. >> kind of an outlet, let the frustration out. >> remember, the app is just for fun. the only thing you should be punching in real life is a ballot. >> the election may have you feeling uptight but that's not
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discombobulated. daylight saving time is affecting your health and businesses across the country. a lot of us are feeling cuckoo, unless you're in hawaii or arizona, you moved the clock back yesterday. >> i feel like i'm on drugs. >> that may sound nice, but the time change brings on sleepiness at work or commuting that's just the start. >> poor grades for school age children. accidents. and higher rates of heart attacks. >> goodness gracious. daylight saving time could be bad for business too. a new study found people spend less money when there are fewer hours of sunlight, especially monday through friday. three even weirder side effects,


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