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this field. >> audrey marie elizabeth hurtado had been stabbed to death. >> reporter: sketches of a young man spotted with audrey the day she went missing while in buena vista visiting family was all investigators had to work with back then. now, new dna technology is helping them to close the case. >> the day audrey hurtado's body was found on july 28, 1977 ... >> reporter: chuck hampton was police chief when the murder happened. >> every member of the buena four of us, were committed to doing everything possible to investigate this case to the best of our ability. >> reporter: investigators say a 15-year-old boy only identified as ck was also on the suspect list. but, when he died in a motorcycle accident in 1981, the trail went cold. until brand new dna test matched to that teenage boy closing the case for good. >> thank god. she can rest in peace now. >> reporter: audrey's brother
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even though the pain consumed him over the years. >> finally. i would like to apologize. excuse me. to the hurtado family for not being able to close this case 39 years ago. >> reporter: an emotion mall close to a murder mystery. >> we owe that to a lot of people. and we appreciate it. >> reporter: colorado bureau of investigators who also took over the case to dna evidence credit the work of those local police detectives in making sure they had all of that evidence and they kept it safe all those years. they say ha is the key in this case. they were able to keep the dna and test it today. also, there's a lot of other unsolved murders here in colorado. and, the family in this case, they have a word for those other families out there. they say keep hope alive that they, too, will find justice.
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thanks matt. now, to new information involveing the murder of a young man above a popular bagel shot in denver asaphia points neighborhood. the suspect, brian pattison appeared in court pleading not guilty to murder and arson charges. he shot and killed shane richardson at an apartment above rosenburg's bagels. then he allegedly set the building on fire to cover up the mid. a judge ordered a suspect in two ly hours before the crimes. >> he says scott green abused and financially exploited his mother. this is the news across america. greene was released from the hospital where he had been since the cop shootings. he shot and killed two police officers in an ambush style attack while they sat in their patrol car. greene's mother applied for a restraining order afterthey had a physical altercation. greene faces two counts of first degree murder.
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automatic life in prison with no parole. authorities in baltimore say this school bus driver hoboken caused the deadly crash should not have been behind the wheel. glen schapel was not authorized to drive a commercial vehicle. he was reportedly sent two letters telling him about the issue. six people on the transit bus were killed. sacramento, california say bats are leaving a stench in the air. the mexican free tailed bats like to live in building crevices. there are apparently a quarter million now in one area of sacramentoen -- sacramento, and what they leave behind is mall odorous. >> when the males are thinking about the females, it gets a little stronger in the fall. we may notice that as well.
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the stench is especially bad downtown. the bats are enjoying life in several buildings being renovated. >> i don't think i have ever seen a story like that. there were so many bats! >> never see it again. >> especially not here. a hollywood action star is now a russian citizen. >> why vladimir putin granted citizenship to the great steven segal. >> and sunshine and blue skies. we are getting a little snow in the southwest. and we may see some snow. enough snow that a winter weather advisory is i will show you where. >> for the news you need, like >> for the news you need, like us on facebook, i alone can fix it! bomb the [bleep] out of 'em. i'd like to punch him in the face. i like people that weren't captured, okay?
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any voters, okay? and you can tell them to go f--- themselves! you know, you could see there was blood coming out of her eyes, blood coming out of her wherever... you gotta see this guy. ahh, i don't know what i said, ahh. "i don't remember." he's going like "i don't remember!? >> with denver arts week in full swing, there are special events tomorrow. >> some artists will do demonstrations including the lapis gallery in the tennis district. lauren dispirito shows us photo etching. >> reporter: it starts with a picture. this one, of union station. >> i have always loved the
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>> reporter: michael reger makes a solar plate of the image. >> put it out on the sun for 45 seconds. >> reporter: he covers the exposure with printer's ink. the real art is in removing the ink. >> it gives me a chance in the process to kind of add some of the thoughts and feelings i had when i was taking the photographs. and i'm starting to get a nice tone in there. >> reporter: he will be doing the demonstration throughout t this work was created. >> reporter: when he runs the plate through the press, reger gets a print with a little more character than you might get from a straight photograph. lauren dispirito, cbs4 news. >> looks pretty cool to me. rino art district has the art safari. the santa fe arts district is
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triangle . there is so much to do. it never ends. well, health, legal, and employment resources. all things the homeless community rarely has access to. today, project homeless connect 15 helped tackle the problem. teamed up with united mile high way to bring 100 services urn one roof all free of charge for the homeless. >> it is difficult sometimes navigating the systems provide services to our vulnerable residents. and with this, we see this as an opportunity to provide those services. >> the event happens every year. organizers have helped more than 13,000 people since 2006. all right, don't go anywhere. ed is up next with that forecast. >> if you have a news tip or story idea, we want to hear from you. call our tip line at (303)863- 8477 or send us an e-mail
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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.
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to keep our communities safe, we need a district attorney like jake lilly -- tough, smart, and determined to keep us safe. as a former special assistant u.s. attorney and iraq war veteran, jake lilly is an experienced prosecutor who will be tough on violent crime, including murder and domestic abuse.
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including veterans suffering from mental illness or addiction. jake lilly for district attorney -- tough, smart, and fair. >> the british pound is up following a high court rule.
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parliament before exiting the union. britain voted in june to leave the eu. the prime minister teresa may says she will launch exit negotiations with the eu by march. she is relying on a power that lets the government withdrawal from international treaties. the high court says not so fast. she has to get parliamentary approval first. the government will appeal the ruleing to the supreme court. new video shows extensive damage from italy' earthquake. the quake destroyed two churches in norcia. that includes the benedictine monastery. it did not cause any injuries likely because the city centers were closed because of the previous earthquakes. steven segal is now a
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and gone to marshal arts events with putin. he is a vocal defender of his policies. he is not the only foreign celebrity to get russian citizenship. >> how close was seagal to that academy award? >> many times. brilliant on screen presence. >> oh, don't beat up on him. [ laughter ] >> why not? nice weather again today. >> all right, back to you. i will go into a little more detail. let's go outside, take a look. no weather problems here. don't even have much in the way of breezes as the flag hands still right there. as we look at doppler 4,000. just backs it up. clear skies around here. no weather problems at all as we take a look at the big picture. a little moisture pushing into the south. we have a system here, we are watching it very carefully. first, a cool front that cooled us off. now, we are getting back to the
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moisture along with that front is back to the east. we had a tornado in central illinois yesterday. showers not as severe, but all along the fronts back east, we sit high and dry under the high pressure system. the cooler air has moved in though. and you can see it is chasing that warm air just down to the southeast. so we are a little cooler than we had been. but, it is warmer than normal nor this time of the year once again. here it is. temperature change in the last 24 normal. so let's go to lauren in the colorado weather center. we have been talking about the warm dry mild weather for weeks but now we are talking about something we have not talked about in a long time. >> reporter: we are talking snow in the state. we have a big area of low pressure to the southwest bringing bigger storms now to phoenix. dust storms, rain in arizona as well. that low pressure is going to move our direction tomorrow. and ahead of that, we will start to see moisture swing up into the state and by saturday morning, we have snow in our san juans. this will start tomorrow as
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more cloudy tomorrow ahead of this. could have rain in the foothills by saturday morning in some spots and we may get a couple of showers saturday afternoon in the denver area. however, most of it for us should stay south of monument hill. and you can see in the southern part of the state, we may get some of that snow as well. some of the snow areas could pick up a couple of inches. most of it will be above 10,000 feet. but, if you are hunting this weekend, third season starts, there will be some wet weather in the high country. down to the south western mountains. some of the roads can t little sloppy. ed, there is actually advisories out there. >> that's right. it has been issued. you can see it in south western colorado. winter weather advisory. friday to noon saturday. good news for them. it will be mainly above 10,000 feet. but we could see 3 to 6 inches of new snow. 69 and 70 the highs today. should be at 58. so again, above normal as were the lows at 36 and 38. should be at 30. the warmest and coolest we have had on this date.
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wind at 6. 28% humidity. a hawk on the lookout here. this is from golden from judi. look at how blue the sky is. temperatures tonight, mostly in the 30s and the 40s in the eastern plains. 20s and 30s in the mountains. out west, temperature ins the 30s and 40s . tomorrow, 60s and 70s in the eastern plains. 50s and 60s in the mountains and temperatures in the 60s in the west. clear skies. wi then, for tomorrow, we will see partly sunny skies and near the 70-degree mark just as we saw today. for the next several days, there's more clouds and showers on saturday possible. and then, sunday, we are back to sunshine and 69. then monday and tuesday, we see temperatures in the 60s with plenty of sunshine and the plus four more forecast tonight. more of the same. >> all right. thanks ed. [ laughter ] >> okay. you know, it is time to preview this week's junior weather watcher. it is garrett from westminster.
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and, in his audition tape, he even took the time to make his very own five day forecast. check it out. >> hi guys. my name is garrett, i will be doing the weather. and, this is my five day forecast. on wednesday, it is going to be partly cloudy with a high at 75 and a low of 50. on thursday, it will be the biggest day of the week. it is going to be sunny with a high of 80 and a low of 52. and the graphics. well done. be sure to catch garrett as he helps ashton with the bus stop forecast on the cbs4 morning news. >> that is just fantastic. well, drones are not just for fun. >> they can be used for security too. we will show you how one
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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
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called tipton's plans, "a serious threat to the outdoor recreation industry and...thousands of jobs." gail schwartz will defend our public lands and won't put colorado's future up for sale. house majority pac is responsible
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>> for the eighth consecutive day, the numbers are in the red. developing now, samsung facing its first class action lawsuit targeting more than just its recalled note 7 phone. the suit filed yesterday in california claimed samsung note 5, s6, and s7 phones all pose a
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they all include those potentially flammable lithium ion batteries. samsung is not commenting on the lawsuit but it released a statement saying the issues with the galaxy note 7 are isolated to only that model. more than 200,000 people have already submitted claims for the volkswagen settlement. >> they are buying back and fixing vehicles following the huge emissions scandal. the $15 70,000 in this country. the company admitted the vehicles were programmed to cheat to pass emissions. they can sell them back to vw or get them fixed and it gives them up to $10,000 each. travel blog names denver international airport as one of the worst in the country. the rated airports on timeliness, accessibility to the closest city and restaurants. the list rated phoenix's sky
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country. laguardia, the worst. dia was the eighth worst on the list. important to note that they did not pull travelers. instead, it compiled list based on faa and transportation statistics. we all know traveling can be stressful. >> that is why religious chapels have gotten common. the islamic center is next to a synagogue and catholic up the catholic chapel called our lady of the skies. >> people are stressed when they are enter the airport. we find the chap sell a place they can find some peace. >> the first u.s. airport chapel opened at boston's low began international airport some 60 years ago. >> some praying their bags show up. new tonight, a new start-up is trying to get drones to turn
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homes. new security systems are investigated with a drone. it streams to smartphones so people can decide if their homes are at risk. the start-up sees the drones as the start-up sees the drones as an addition to traditional 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 onald 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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my name is charity salazar, and i'm an air force veteran. every election, nancy pelosi and her washington friends launch vicious attacks 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 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, and i approve this message. i'm mike coffman, "what's your position on equal pay for women?" "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."
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"so you treat women with respect?" - "uh, i can't say that either." - "alright." priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. >> a cbs4 investigio questions about a morement four months during a shoot-out in lodo. brian maass has discovered the police officers who should have been on the scene were actually sitting at home getting paid. >> reporter: it was one shot after another after another. >> be over 200 shots in that amount of time. in 20 or 30 seconds. i think that was more of a hit. >> reporter: when it ended a 20- year-old man was dead. but, by piecing together confidential internal police
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emerging. >> very important. because i did not know that. >> reporter: when the bullets were flying, where were the cops? >> it was a bad decision. >> what brian maass found out about the decision to send the police home while trouble was brewing. you will not want to miss his full report tonight at 10:00 on cbs4 news. >> thanks for joining us on
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,, i'm michael bennet, and i approve this message. narrator: what do you really know about darryl glenn, the fringe republican candidate for senate? darryl glenn doesn't believe in climate change. he's for eliminating the department of education. and glenn wants to outlaw abortion even in cases of rape and incest. reporter: glenn says if he's fortunate enough to go to capitol hill, he has no interest in working across the aisle. darryl glenn: i'm running against democrats. i'm running against evil. r colorado. hello, i'm dr. sheldon cooper. and i'm dr. amy farrah fowler. and welcome to the first "on location" episode of dr. sheldon cooper and dr. amy farrah fowler present: both: dr. sheldon cooper's fun with flags. hit it. (keyboard intro) (guitar and keyboard play) ? for joy and fun ? ? there's no better manner ?
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? flag or banner ? koothrappali: ? what fills my heart ? ? and makes my eyes moist ? ? sending a flag ? ? up a pole on a hoist ? both: ? fun with flags ? ? fun with flags ? ? oh! say can you see ? ? it's fun with flags ? both: ? fun with flags. ? as you may notice, just one of the changes around here is our new house band. who haven't learned their place yet. we're also coming to you live from a different apartment. dr. fowler and i began an experiment in living together after her apartment became water damaged. this is our friend penny's place. you may remember her from our episode "flags: and the people who don't understand them." so, in the spirit of cohabitation,
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coming together as one. such as the flag of st. kitts and nevis. so, let's roll up our "sleevis" and get to know nevis. (rimshot) well, i-i like that, but next time check with me. did you know that the flag was designed by a student named edrice lewis... i can't believe i'm saying this, but can we watch the news or something? it's cute, they're having fun living together. er what they're gonna do when her apartment's ready. actually, it's been ready for weeks. what do you mean? well, they finished the work early, but she's been telling sheldon they're behind schedule. so, she's just been lying to him? well, you've lied to sheldon. yeah, but to make him leave, not to make him stay. buda and pest united to form budapest. and that's why budapest


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