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candidates to choose from. >> there are the obvious, hillary clinton and donald trump. those are two of the 28 candidates or you can choose the sky. a homeless man from colorado. he is in official presidential write-in candidate. check it now had a chance to meet up with him today. >> to say he's not a conventional candidate is putting it mildly. his motto, speak truth and smoke weed. he s one paycheck away from being homeless. he wants to voice his opinions. brian anthony perry wants your vote. >> i smoke weed and speak the truth. >> reporter: like most politicians, he wants your money. >> i am homeless. i walked all homes -- >> reporter: this homeless hitchhiker and would be the maker. >> i have three production crews.
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president in colorado. here, all you do is file an affidavit with the state about three months before the election. >> how much they cost you?>> i think the notary was five dollars. >> he is the antithesis of a politician, openly smoking weed. >> in your year of anybody killing anybody with a high. >> and rattling of his rap sheet. it started -- it started with acrid assault. retaliatio in many ways, his platform is univerral. >> there's more of a struggling have dreams and visions and don't want to just keep living paycheck to paycheck. >> he knows he won't win. he just doesn't want to give up on the system and second chances, on himself. we all have dreams and go through certain things that nobody knows that. they just see the guy on the corner. that person had a family and a pass. something happened and stuff
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>> a lot of people are just planning to write in a protest vote like mickey mouse or paul frame but you should know in colorado, that will not be counted unless the candidate officially filed as a writer. but all information about all those candidates and the other 22 presidential candidates on the denver democracy in action. we have breaking news. with a dead heat in colorado. emerson college just released this new poll. you can see a three point difference and that's well within the margin of error. that explains the brush of campaign stops, it's almost hard to keep track. chelsea clinton was in boulder avenue gingrich spoke to this crowd. his vice president running mate mike pence wrapping up 11. this is not the end. tomorrow, donald trump junior will be here and on friday bill clinton will be making his way across the state.
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>> the state law we told you about thht makes that illegal, there's a hetero hearing about that today and denver da says he have no plans to enforce that law. check out the denver leading up to the election we have all of the issues broken down for you and a guide to everything you need to know to vote. hospital worker is fired after he's accused of sexually assaulting a young volunteer at memorial hospital. documents for the suspect and says he met a 15 year old boy three dating app. a $2.5 million settlement after her mother dies in shallow coming up drugs. she died last year and she told deputies she wasn't feeling well but they didn't come check on her until later that day. she or he died. chef admitted she may still be alive if they had acted faster. rtd is giving the gift of time. the saturday deadline has been
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if things are not fixed by then, both lines could then be potentially shut down. tonight, the website for heritage college is just an explanation about why the school shut down. the campus on i-70 issone of 10 that close. students were just about to graduate as dental assistants, personal trainers, skincare experts and tonight, they're just out a lot of money. >> i took out loans.'s 22 grand for me to come here. i out the door and i took it from me. >> note on the front door so they had to close because they ran out of money. our governor laid out his plans for spending over the next year. the budget is 28.5>> note on the front door so they had to close because they ran out of money. our governor laid out his plans for spending over the next year. the budget is $28.5 billion. to get to that number, some cuts need to be made to make up the difference. here's how they break down. 195 million from hospitals 100 million for road funding and $45 million cut to school districts.
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and your kids? mark boyle has been digging into these numbers. schools here one of more than 60 districts around the state asking for a bond and tax increase. districts taking money matters into their own hands because they see the state isn't providing this new budget proposal says that may soon be slowly changing. with the governor's budget recommendations made, schools may see an increase of hundred $88 for students funding from last year. some district leaders say colorado's still isn't keeping up with the rest of the country. >> the bottom line, this is a funding is at the level they should be funded that. colorado is 40th in the nation in per-pupil funding. 2200 below the national average. that's not the school system we want to have in colorado. >> reporter: the governor is asking for the per-pupil spending to increase while also proposing widening the gap
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pay and what it does pay by over three $5 million. >> i think people are frustrated with where we are with funding. they're trying any means possible to take care of what needs to happen in our classrooms for students. >> over 60 districts go to voters to ask for money and continue to keep the funding control at the local level. something not every district has the luxury of doing. >> baker districts have the opportunity to do that. smaller on the eastern opportunities. the challenge of state funding hits them the hardest. >> reporter: finalize funding is still months away from becoming a reality. the joint budget committee will make its recommendation next session with the final budget expected in may. the budget recommendations also call for nearly $10 million to be set aside for the marijuana tax cash fund to pay for 100 fund to pay for 105 fund to pay for 100 50 substance abuse and
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is indicted facing charges of using a weapon of mass destruction. last month this bomb was planted in a shopping center which also houses the police had quarters. >> local law enforcement agency faces claims of excessive force and wrongful arrest. they come from a grandmother accused of stealing her own track. our investigator is exploring this. >> this sounds bizarre. this woman says agency dropped emotionally destroyed. >> i owe it had such respect for police and thought, they are your friend, they'll be on your side. as long as you are doing right, everything will be just fine. >> i don't think that anymore.>> this country 11 christian grandmother is in many ways scarred. never will she drive her duly dodge pickup truck and not think about one of the most
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the night she says she tried to convince deputies and yes, that truck is hers. >> they assumed i had stolen vehicle before they even arrived. >> reporter: never will she not think about the time she spent in the jail cell and the phone call she made her daughter and grandson who had to rescue her. scarred. >> this is what hurts the most. have to call my daughter and we've been working on all the paperwork and talking about it and my four-year-old and says, i don't want to talk about your arrest anymore. he's four years old. i never thought my four-year-old grandson would have to come to the cell, awake in the middle of the night and bail out grandma. >> reporter: tonight at 10 will show exactly what she says that these overlooked will tell you how and why she wants to hold them accountable.
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cat stuck on the top of a water tower in the south. the cat was there for four days, scared and in desperate need of rescue. the drama started when a business owner heard the cat from 100 feet below. >> we were there today as folks gathered for the >> they may have to grab it by the scruff. i had it up to brady. brady got a hold of him and wouldn't let go. >> deigo. >> that is an elusive cat. >> he kept mo he's just fine. he's out of the nehring getting checked out tonight. hedo in a major election day comes around halloween, there were ndidate costumes. one kid channel donald trump and his parents captured how his night of fun took a political term. >> the scma'' or an hour and a half away.
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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! rump'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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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? 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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things could have turned out a lot worse for a longmont teenager who pointed this bb gun at a police officer over the weekends. the officer was close enough, she grabbed the gun out of his hand. the department says it did not end up with a shooting because of training. halloween night for one trick-or-treaters turned political. 11-year-old dressed up like donald trump and he got more than candy. he also got a lot of political comments from kids and adults.
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denver area mom caught it all on video. >> she said she didn't feel threatened. people were laughing said she was caught off guard by the volume of local comments made to her son. >> no matter what you wear on halloween night, it's usually all in the name of good fun. >> it was really uncomfortable. >> this mother sayssher 11-year- old son's donald trump costume brought in more attention than candy. >> he got candy. he didn't get a lot. >> it's because she deeided to cut his trip short after political remarks made to her son by adults and kids. >> >> no candy free [ laughter ] they go. i'm kidding. >> scariest one tonight.
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trump had she known it would get this much unwanted attention >> they weren't reacting to my son. immediately turned from a situation of fun evening out for children to something where people had to interject pretty strong and mostly negative feelings. >> i would guess so. country music's weakest night, best in the business are on the red carpet. >> a big nht hour. eric weaver is live in nashville. we learned beyonci will be there? >> beyonce will be here. that was the rumor all day. now we'll have to wait and see what happens. look at this. >> i think i'm alone. the red carpet has cleared out. we are an hour ahead of you in denver. that is the show is going. sigalet. i saw olivia newton-john.
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i got to talk to an up and comer. she is more and more popular, for best song. here's what she had to say. >> i am with prince charming from once upon a time. >> no complaints. it's been amazing. this is my coat of many colors. >> eisai the high heels you're struggling? >> there may well but i am not made for them.[ laughter ] >> have fun tonight. >> we have a big crowd. the oak ridge boys, you're part of the hall of fame now. that happened last year. >> we were inducted across the street a year ago. it's still an honor, we're still celebrate. it's a big deal. are very happy for charlie daniels, randy travis and others going in this year. i heard lindsay, we're at that ceremony. we have been salivating for a
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armor giants, it really hit us. we are really in the hall of fame. it's a great feeling. backup back your life. just before the show started, garth brooks was running late. usually the big stars dodged the local affiliate. he is in a rush, i got an interview with him. >> to be hearing from him at 10 o'clock. that exciting stuff. >> have fun, thank another great team here. snow and rain possibly in the way. mike doesn't size. >> another view from our camera -- camera in the loveland ski area. a few clouds and for his. main stories getting called enough now in the corridor high country. the ski resorts can resume making snow and get as close to having more resorts open.
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and showers and mostly dissipated. it's dry and quite to the north. and down to the south and west to our skies clear in the metro , high temperature 61. that's about normal for this time of year. 56 downtown, 55 at the airports , winds calm and humidity at 38%. the wind has a quiet pattern for us right now but there will be a trough coming in from the west aturday. light rain and snow for the mountains and showers on the planes. the main action way up to the north. sponsor stays that way, we don't see major change in the overall peaceful pattern we've been having for the last several weeks. >> a cold front moves through this my which may produce -- produce scattered showers. i think they'll get the game through. this may move back through saturday. a chance of light
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>> a cool nights, two 711, 21 at leadville. mostly upper 20s to low 30s in the mountains and mid 30s to low 40s expected on the planes. tomorrow, a few low clouds and body areas. sunshine and high temperatures of 60 degrees for the denver area 70s coming up fort collins and acrid 53 at leadville. front range, mostly upper 60s. the natural numbers looking good for tomorrow. i temperatures in the upper 60s to low 70s. brightness 70. mostly clear, chile at 35 with light winds. tomorrow the high temperature expected it to exceed degrees, sunny and pleasant. looking ahead, the same friday with high clouds, maybe a shower saturday.
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we share monday, these are not major storms but it's attached of moisture coming back into the states. have to kandji to be patients for that first good, cold snowy day. broncos today, new team captain. will hear from two of them. will hear from the raiders quarterback facing the ferocious 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,
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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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welcome to seven sports extra.
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when the oldest and most intense rivalries in the afc. it's been tarnished in the recent past that the lack of competition from the sky right here. >> back with a vengeance this week because we have to six and two teams, where comes out in first place. it's another trip into the black hole populated like characters from horror movies and nightmares and in the stands. a good news, none of these people will play in the game. new team captains as of today, we have to teach about the rivalry he said he grew up a 49ers fan in the bay area. we asked about extra sauce this week with the winner taking the lead in the west. here he is a. >> you guys and is extra sauce stuff. we don't need extra sauce. we come to play every day of the week. if we come with that, doesn't matter what day or what time of day, we will come with it. you don't have to feed is extra
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sun. it's big for both of us. it's like games am sure it will be a cool environment. everyone will be ready to roll. it's a nine-game so that's just looking forward to it it will be allowed. divisional game, tough environment, and was looking for to the challenge. river broncos manhandle this year, he's mulling defenses my fifth rated passer in the league. fifth most passing yards, 17 touchdowns, only three interceptions. and that six and two record. >> he said he will be facing the toughest test of the season with a no-fly zone invades the black hole. >> there one of the best defenses in the nfl. the last however many years, there have been one of the best we have seen. second there's always a good challenge for us. we're definitely looking forward to it. >> brickels will be on at 10
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a leadoff home run for the cubs tonight. we'll have complete world series highlights at 10 as well. so much to talk about with the cma's. >> don't even think about not
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now. >> the cubs win game six, and now a truly extraordinary comeback. the last time a team climbed out of a 3-1 deficit to win it all was in 1985 when the royals beat the cardinals. oh, and that grand slam last night. >> grand slam. >> 22-year-old addison russell was mickey manitobael back in the don't worry, cleveland fans. the odds are still in your favor for tonight's game seven. the last time a team won game seven on the road as chicago is trying to do was 1979. but keep if mind the only stat that really matters is tonight's final score. >> wow. the battle of baseball continues. just like the battle to get the best deal on a flight for thanksgiving. if you are looking to book,
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thanksgiving airline tickets yet, do it now. fares jump by an average of $4 every single day approaching the holiday. well, i would like it better if you were cheaper. that's for sure. just remember, the earlier you book, the more money you'll have in your pocket to spend on black friday deals. which for office depot and office max have already started. >> gear up for greatness where. >> seems a little early, but, come on, we're not going to say no to sales. amazon has also countdown to black friday with deals on their kindles and other electronics. wal-mart is getting in on the early craze with on-ne spia, includingpp nintendo products. so go on. get your shopping done. then sit back and relax while everyone else stresses out. >> it's all about savings and being ahead of the game. that being said, by renting out your car, you can start saving for next christmas. >> as soon as i signed up, i made $200 in the first couple of


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