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hi, everybody. great to have you with us. 4:30. thls the news on cbs4. it wills the day before election day. monday, nofsh 7th. i'm alan gionet. >> and i'm britt moreno. we're let's get to forecast. there's history made there. >> maybe because how dry it continues to be. beautiful weekend. highs mid 60s and almost 70 over the weekend. this morning, a big change from friday because of the sunrise after the time shift. 6:35 will be the sunrise and the sun goes down ten minutes before 5:00 p.m. this afternoon. we have to get used to that. it was -- a
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a storm system over colorado over the weekend moving through the midwest, no longer influencing our weather, so we'll see a lot of sunshine today. 9:00 a.m. temperature, 50. by noon, 61. and then a high temperature tody of 63. still above normal for this time of year. coming up, we'll check the 5-day forecast and see if we can squeeze out precipitation this week. that's straight ahead. let's check traffic. >> keep in mind this morning , you may need the sunglasses where you didn't last week because the sun is going to come up an this is i-25 and arapahoe road. nice and wide open. they're doing ongoing construction work as you can see through there. nothing is going to slow you down this morning. we're seeing slowing in some patches, but again that's wide spread across the denver-metro area at this time of day break. you can have 1 car that drives a little slower through there and they're the only car on the road, so the road censor data returns that slower than normal. >> joel, thank you so much. breaking news from the political world. the first
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general has died. she served during president bill clinton's administration. jaime yuccas has more on her life. >>reporter: janet reno was the first woman to become lawyer -- >> i've been at reno -- >> by the time she took office, a crisis was building at a compound in texas. david was in reno ordered agents to storm the property saying she believed children were being abused. 80 people died in the aid and reno took full responsibility. >> i approved the plan and i'm responsible for it. >> she drew fire for handling the six old refugee. the boy was sent back to cuba to live with his family.
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reno for years. but she was recognized for enforcing civil rights ander efforts to regulate violence on tv. her can dad manor brought her fans who appreciated her -- at 6-foot 2, she had a no nonsense style that made her a target for saturday night live where she made an appearance with will farrell. reno department two years when she noticed her handshaking and was diagnosed with parkinson's disease. she continued her work and became an inspiration for other patients managing the disease. she returned home in florida in 2001 and launched a campaign driving around in her signature red pickup. >> i love this thing and i care so much about it. >> she lost in a close primary race the next year and retreat to a quieter life.
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home in the ever glads and required herself a private citizen. looking back she described her life in politics as a life of joy. >> her god daughter says reno died early this morning from complications of parkinson's disease. janet reno was 76-year old. weekend, trump made a last te rally late saturday night. former vice president gore will campaign for clinton. >>reporter: trump capped a five state captain push in virginia railing against the fbi's decision to exonerate clinton over her e-mail controversy. >> this is a rigged system. hillary clinton is guilty. she
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newly discovered clinton e-mails, fbi director comey pinned another letter to congress sunday revealing investigators are standing by their july decision not to bring charges against the democratic nominee. >> this matter is resolved. >> clinton did not mention the fbi development as she rallied in -- with the help of james taylor and lebron james. >> i believe america's best years are still ahead of us. >> clinton's e-mail saga has haunted her despite the fbi's final decision that the issue is a source of debate on capital hill. in a statement sunday night, house speaker paul ryan used the topic to encourage americans to vote for trump saying clinton simply believes she's above the law and always plays by her own rules. senate minority leader reid once again accused director comey of breaking the law for pinning his
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saying comey created a political fire storm 11 days before the president election merely to contain -- voters will get their final say tomorrow when they head to the polls on election day. craig boswell, cbs news. >> donald trump campaigns in five states today including the states of florida and pennsylvania. clinton will be in pennsylvania, where there's no early voting a joined by bill clinton, and chelsea clinton and president obama and the first lady and spruce springsteen. this is from the area of curbing. the u.s. geological survey in golden says it hit around 7:44 last night with a magnitude 5.3. there was no damage, and we are awaiting to see how extensive it is. the
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away colorado. >> we had an earthquake of our own. a magnitude 3.1 earthquake shook weld county. this one happened before 10:00 in the morning. yesterday in -- east of the greeley, dozens of people reported feeling the earth shake, but no damage was reported. >> now to business headlines. a change in the market. >> jill wagner is live on the floor of the new york stock exchange with the report. and britt. stocks has been -- the dow fell 42-point and futures are point to go a higher open. a relief rally today. word that the fbi has finished its investigation into clinton's new e-mail and so far they found no reason for criminal charges. okay. most analyst say the fed is all by certain to raise interest rate in december. october job's numbers came out
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enough for a rake hike. the biggest -- american was finally making more money. hourly climbed. the gas pipeline that exploded a week ago in alabama is reopened. one worker was killed and four others hurt. the pipeline runs from the gulf coast up and down the east coast, and it did send prices higher on fears of a gas 3,000 washing machines because of injuries. the machine pz top can detach. nine injuries have been. >> reporter:ed including a broken jaw. this is the latest blow to samsung. they recalled its galaxy smartphones because of over heating. samsung not having a good few months. >> they've been in battle. jill, thank you so much. this morning the rockies are expected to introduce the team's newest manager, bud black. he's expected to be hired by the club
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later this morning. black has another national league team when with san diego. the padres from 2007 to 2015. he was named manager of the year back in 2010, but failed to reach the postseason. black is going to replace walt wies. an investigation is underway to determine how a colorado avalanche player died at home. merit lived in lone tree with his wife and children. he had a couple avs. avs general manager said he was a tremendous person, a talented hockey player and a great teammate. our deepest sympathy to his wife and children and his entire children. the broncos went to oakland and tied for thirst and they return in third place in the afc west. it wasn't pretty for them. the raiders were up 6-0 when derek carr handed the ball
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line for the score. there it is in slow motion. it put -- trevor siemian and the broncos tried to make a couple back. he made a 36-yard touchdown, but the broncos get sloppy and they let this getaway. after this trip to the black hole, they look forward to the rematch in january. mark haas got reaction from players who are happy about the defeat. >>reporter: broncos came -- they leave in third place trailing the raiders and the chiefs. and they leave with a list of causes to correct. on defense, another slow start giving up more points in the first quarter.
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over 200 yards for the raiders and the offense, not much going. they ran the ball 12 times adjusting the yards and it's not enough offense. they played from behind the whole night. broncos, like i said, trailing two teams, but they were quick to remind us that championships are not one in november. >> it doesn't matter. they didn't win to championship. they don't got no lombardi. we'll see you next time. >> you've had slow starts, >> i don't know. ask the coach. i don't know, brother. we have to get to the drawing board and see what the coaches are saying and we have to fix it. >> you're going to be upset, but we have a lot left on the line. it's not like we won a championship or they won a championship. there's a lot of football to play and we have to get back to business, and try to get a road win next weekend in new orleans. >> how do you think this -- >> you got to get back to work
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together as a team, and this is has got to go to work. >> a lot of issues to address this weekend. it doesn't get easier for the broncos. they're on the road again next week taking on another other offense in the new orleans saints. mark haas, cbs sports. >> it says a lot about their character. they want to rework and refocus and get ready. >> thomas has a good point. they all lost that one. here's what's coming up, in vitamin d in pregnant women
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,, "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." 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."
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happening this morning, a judge is going to be sentencing a former surgical tech at swedish medical tech for stealing pain med and putting people at-risk of disease. he pleaded -- hospitals in california, washington, and arizona fired him before he moved to colorado and went to work. alan tested positive for hiv. but a state health department investigation fortunately shows no evidence so far of as this is the news in health this morning. here's a question that most may ask if diagnosed, are second opinions helpful when it comes to prostate cancer? a new study is casting doubt on whether second opinions improve treatment or quality of care for prostate cancer. doctors at johns hopkins says the impact of second opinions is uncertain. pregnant women with vitamin b-12
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children with type ii debee deferrals. a -- a type ii diabetes. >> high school children who use flavored e-cigarettes are likely to become smokers. 58% of young people using sweet flavored e-cigarettes expressed intentions of picking up that habit. let's go to ashton right now. we have a suggest louder this morning. best day of the year yesterday. >> absolutely. i hope you enjoyed the extra hour of sleep or whatever you chose to do with the hour over the weekend. temperature outside right now in denver is 42 degrees. sun up at 6:35 this morning. so if you slept in yesterday morning, it's going to be a change here this morning with the sun coming up an hour earlier and setting an hour early, 4:50 will be the sunset this evening. it's 51 degrees out in burlington right now.
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fort collins, cooler in larimer county. it's 34 north of the state line in laramie, wyoming. here's where we'll be later on today. 60s for most areas in the eastern plains. a few 70s in southern colorado. most mountain towns in the low 40s and 50s and 60s in grand junction. we'll see sunny skies state wide. there are a few clouds in the mountain this morning. partly cloudy in a few hours, but for the most the weather system that gripped our state is to the east of us impacting states like nebraska all the way through kansas and north texas where they're dealing with rain in the dallas area. for us, high pressure will dominate all week long. this week is going to be similar to last week. perhaps not quite as warm, but still we have no chances for rain anytime soon unfortunately. today's highs 63 with sunshine. tomorrow, 65 for election day.
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72 with sunny skies and mid to upper 60s for the end of the week including for veteran's day coming up on friday. let's check with joel. >> we want to go west from our cdot camera on i-70 ask kipling. look at that nice wide and open drive. we're seeing a similar situation along i-225, 6th avenue, c-470, 285, no overnigho >> joel, thank you. a woman in the metro area are facing charges for impersonating her dead father and voting for him. brian maass continues his voter fraud investigation at 10:00. >>reporter: he died years ago but voted twice after his death. his daughter charged with voting in place of her dead father. >> she understands at this point the seriousness of her actions. >> these kinds of cases are getting high levels scrutiny. >> are you surprised people try
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that? >> as voting officials tells us how these votes fit into the big picture. >> if someone tries to cheat, you're going to try to catch them. >> tonight at 10:00. investigator brian maass takes his investigate dying to vote to the top levels of government and he asks if we should be concerned about voter fraud. two teams, a prime time game and a we would find out about the broncos. what we find out was not good. broncos, visiting oakland, in other words, all oakland all the time. murray stretching out for a one yard touchdown run to put the raiders up 13-0. he had three touchdowns on the night. broncos would answer in the second quarter. this is their biggest offense plays. nolan hauls that in. 4th quarter,
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back. siemian gets sack and oakland would recover. broncos gets something going. bibbs, a 69-yard catch and run, but it's too little and too late as the broncos fall to the raiders -- >> we lost a field position battle all night long. that special teams, offensively we got off to a horrible start. 4 and good in the game and we give up 200 plus yards rushing, that's a team not playing good enough to win. >> this has been the chevy's sports break brought to you by chevrolet, the most awarded car
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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.
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inching through town. the vance museum -- it?z was a 150-ton building placed on six remote control wheels and it took 13 hours. the museum is scheduled to reopen at its new location next fall. there does not look to be an end in sight for the simpsons. here's david hollywood minute. >> dad, wake up. >>reporter: there's no, sir end in sight for the simpsons. fox renewed the series for its 29th and 30th seasons at the end of which it will make 6079 records topping gun smoke for the most scripted tv show. >> i pronounce you husband and wife. >> loving makes its mark. the acclaimed film about the
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u.s. supreme court overturning bans over interracial marriage earned $65 million -- reviews are excellent and a rep for the feature says the studio is thinking oscar as it provides -- >> you have all the answers, don't you? >> no, which is why i had a mother who would notice. >> the edge of 17 doesn't open until november 18th. but star sign felled is praise from an impressive source. oscar winner, james l. brooks a producer on 17 tells deadline the movie wouldn't have been made if they haven't found signeld. there was only one person who could play that part and that was jack nickelson. >> some crazy some place else. we're all stocked up here. >> in hollywood, i'm david
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>> there's a final push in colorado to pick up support for candidates. we'll hear from both sides as we're just a day away from the presidential election. and good morning, it's 46 degrees outside. cbs4, we have another sunny day on the way. we'll check our extended forecast for any chance for rain or snow. it's coming up. plus we're following an accident now southbound along i-25 at yale. we'll take a look at the backups in a bit, britt. we'll start with is attorney general has died. janet reno passed away at the age of 78. in her career, she ordered federal agents to storm the branch compound in waco, texas led by david, and that ended with the deaths of 80 people. she also ordered the seizure of gonzalez, a little boy taken from his home in little havana and returned to his father in cuba. reno's grand daughter says reno died


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