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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. narrator: darryl glenn is wrong for colorado. f0 a teenager is in a lot of trouble after leading police on an incredible high speed chase overnight. this is the news on cbs4. i'm alan gionet. good to have you with us. that chase at speeds of more than 100 miles per hour before an unusual ending when the teenager tried to knock an officer off the highway in a move police know well.
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morning long. let's go to her live now. i understand this is not the teen's first run in with the law either. >> reporter: this teenager had multiple warrants out for his arrest. we do know he was doing just about everything he could to evade police and colorado state patrol. at one point this chase became so dangerous, that police had to call it off. it was just before 11:00 last night when the teen flew past a georgetown he was headed east along i-70, clocked at 110 miles per hour. the officer caught up to him only because he was slowed down by traffic. the driver pulled over, but quickly changed his mind and took off. the chase continued reaching speeds of 120 miles per hour. that's when the officer decided it was too dangerous and he had to call it off. but it didn't end there. about two minutes later the
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unsuspecting state trooper in his car. >> he tried to do an amateur pit maneuver on the trooper's vehicle, crashed into his vehicle and fled past him. the driver crashed here at the 239 exit, and fled on foot. >> reporter: after a short search, officers were able to locate the suspect. he did have a few injuries so he was taken to the hospital, treated for what are minor injuries and taken into custody. the trooper whose car he hit fortunately uninjured in this incident. it's still investigation. i have a call in to georgetown police. still waiting to hear more on the suspect, more information. live on i-70 near morrison, jamie leary, cbs4 news. >> jamie thank you very much. denver police are looking for witnesses who can help them determine how a deadly accident
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and clinton after 7:00 this morning. police say the woman was not in a crosswalk. the driver who hit her did stop. man accused of ambushing and killing two police officers in des moines, iowa could be charged today. now scott michael greene remains in a hospital. cbs4's danielle nottingham explains greene was no stranger to police in that area. >> reporter: police in iowa say they found evidence tying scott michael greene to the killings of two police officers. we do believable it was the firearm used in the attack. >> reporter: police say he ambushed the two officers overnight wednesday in their cars. the killings happened about 20 minutes apart, less than 2 miles from each other. greene turned himself in hours later and was taken to the hospital after saying he felt sick. greene was well nonto police in the area.
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stadium, sir? >> you grabbed me. >> reporter: greene recorded this video about two weeks ago showing police escorting him from a high school football game. witnesses say he waved a confederate flag at a group of black spectators during the national anthem. police say he recently had a fight with his mother who he had been living with. 24-year-old martin joined the urbandale police officer year. the 38-year-old bemean o had been with the des moines police department since 2005. >> nobody deserved this. >> reporter: outside the urbandale police department, flowers, flags and balloons pay tribute to the fallen officers. danielle nottingham, cbs news, des moines, iowa. vannedles hit a church in denver almost exactly a year
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church, both times over the black lives matter banner. the church cleaned it up last year, but this time the reverend is considering leaving it. >> i think it's a reminder of the battle that still needs to be wageed. i say it's a statement we need to make as a community of faith to whomever might be interested. we live in a country where stemmatic racism has been a part of our national dna since before and yes, that has not changed. >> the church did file a police report, but the detective said it's unlikely anybody will be caught for what they did there. jefferson county is paying $2.5 million to the family of jennifer labato, who died in the county jail two years ago. an autopsy shows she died of dehydration while in custody. she was withdrawing from opioids at the time.
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ignored her cry for help. she had seven children. >> there will be nothing to replace jennifer in their lives. >> there is still an ongoing federal lawsuit here against the private medical provider for the jail. county officials say her death did prompt some changes in the way jail evaluates, or the jail evaluates inmates there. denver police arrested a man accused of pointing a laser at copter 4 this morning. this happened th about 6:30 in the area near 40th and havana. the copter crew was able to help police make an arrest after reporting it. let's get to campaign 2016. polls out today show the presidential race is within the margins of error, five days out. it has the candidates focused on key states like north carolina. cbs's craig boswell explains they continue the attacks on each other. >> reporter: hillary clinton
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while campaigning in arizona wednesday night, a state that traditionally votes republican. >> we have a real chance to turn this state blue again. >> reporter: clinton told hispanic supporters their lives will be worse if donald trump wins the presidency. >> people treated like criminals or traitors or strangers because of their race or their religion. >> reporter: campaigning in florida, trump said the fbi reopening its investigation of unqualified to be president. >> it would create an unprecedented constitutional crisis. you know what's going to happen. in all fairness we went through it with her husband, he was impeached. dee want to go through this again? >> reporter: trump is confident he can win, if he can avoid slips of the tongue. >> stay on point, donald. >> reporter: trump has narrowed the gap, but only 8% of voters are still up for grabs.
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from big name surrogates today. president obama stumps for hillary clinton in florida, while donald trump send his wife out to campaign for him in pennsylvania. melania will give a speech aimed at suburban women voters. >> if you work hard for what you want in life. >> reporter: this is her first public speech since the republican convention, where she was accused of plagiarizing gave in 2008. more than 1.4 million coloradians have already voted. more democrats have turned in their ballots than republicans or unaffiliated voters. but that republican number is starting to catch up now to that of the democrats. remember, if you still have a ballot you should drop it off. there is a good chance it won't make it in time if you mail it. it's not about the postmark, it's when it gets there.
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political specialist shaun boyd on another mild november day today. little bit warmer than yesterday. meteorologist ashton altieri is in colorado's weather center with more. what's up? >> it will be a gorgeous day across colorado. our drought monitor was monitored this morning. 68% of colorado was drought, but wait until you hear what today's is. the triumphant return of the cubs to chicago coming up. plus, we're celebrating the tenth anniversary of denver
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events and 130 cultural centers this year. denver's first lady says one of her favorite nights is free night set for saturday. there will be shuttles between the museums. >> it's a perfect time for kids to -- parents to bring their kids, and a >> you can find out all the information at when i woke up this morning i kind of realized it's not summer anymore. the first time. >> a reminder it's early november. you go outside this afternoon, you'll be fooled again. we'll be back up to 70 degrees. nothing but above normal temperatures, highs and lows in our fiveday4cast. we'll show you that in just a moment. as we look live over denver, it's tough to find a cloud and that's the way it will stay all
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yes, it's pleasant, but we really need the rain. this is the latest drought monitor. a week ago our drought was affecting about 65% of the state. as of this morning, that has jumped from 65% to 91% of colorado is under some stage of drought. here in the metro area, we have moderate drought. we don't want to see that get worse. we don't want to go in severe or extreme. the only way to rectify that is to get rain. last time we had rainfall, october 12th and we only had 0.01 inches. last time we had substantial rain, a month ago, about 0.10 inches. rain and snow into the state. the heavy yet southwest of the state. snowfall forecast looks like
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snow level around 10,000 feet. 2to 6 inches with the highest amounts in the san juan amounts. central mountains and anything in the northern mountains probably closer to the 2-inch mark. temperatures this afternoon will be in the 60s for just about everybody. we're already into the 60s around town. we'll top out around 68 in boulder. the same in greeley this afternoon. doppler 4000 not showing anything here. to the south of us you can see where the moisture is, from arizona to ti over texas -- new mexico and especially into texas. a lot of rain making its way to the dallas area. for us, cutoff low will move to the four corners regions but it weakens. i wish it would stay the same strength it is now. it will weaken, but we'll take anything we can get. for the mountains we'll see 2 to 6inches of snow if you look at the san juans. 2to 4 for central and northern mountains, what we often like
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most of that rain will be south of monument hill. colorado springs, pueblo, trinidad, much better chance for seeing rain there. that will be saturday compared to here in the extra area. still we have that chance. 65 saturday. between now and then sunny. highs in the upper 60s, close to 70. every high and low temperature you see on that map, all 10 numbers on your screen, above normal. >> clocks go back this weekend. is that because same, but i think we would have changed the time even if cleveland won. thanks a lot. cbs4 investigation raises questions about a murder four months ago during a shootout in lodo. investigator brian maass has discovered the police officers who should have been on the scene were sitting at home getting paid. >> shattered glass all over. >> reporter: it was one shot after another after another. >> over 200 shots in that
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hit. >> reporter: when it ended a 20- year-old man was dead. by pieces together confidential internal police documents a secret is emerging. >> very important, because i did not know that. >> reporter: when the bullets were flying, where were the cops? >> it was a bad decision. >> find out what brian found out about that decision to send those police home. full report tonight at 10:00 only here on cbs4 news. coming up, we're going to have a look back at the bumpy ride televised presidential election night. how it set the stage for the decades that have followed. live look at where the dow is heading today. we are not down as bad as we've
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in person at the dumb friends league, that's the buddy center in castle rock, just south of the outlet mall. also it's adopt a senior pet month. fees for all pets 8 and older are 50% off. what a great cat. love those eyes. new developments, britain's plan to leave the european union, that nation's high court has ruled the prime minister cannot trigger the brexit without approval from parliament. britains voted 52 to 48% to leave the eu. the prime minister has planned to start that two-year process by the end of march. as we approach election night 2016, we're taking a look back at the coverage back in 1952. cbs's jamie yuccas explains it broke new ground in journalism.
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presidential election. the 1952 race between dwight eisenhower anded a lie stevenson. >> no state has been decided as yet. generalize hour is leading at this particular moment. >> reporter: it was the first time the network used a computer to predict the outcome of an election. >> this is not a joke or trick. it's an experiment. we think it's going >> reporter: charles cullingwood struggled to describe the computer. >> on the right there is something that looks like a type writer. that's the way it talks. >> reporter: but not always on queue. >> can you say something? do you have anything to say to the television audience? you're a very impolite machine i must say. have you got a prediction for
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hands free microphone. for reporter doug ed wards it led to an onair mishap. >> excuse me. >> reporter: even with a few hiccups, the newscast was considered a triumph for cbs news and univac. >> he can remember 15 million digits or alphabetical characters. >> reporter: cronkite helped steer the nation into the start of the commuter age. ja york. >> unreal, huh? we are working hard on our election night coverage. next tuesday we're going to start with a special edition of cbs4 news at 4:00 here on channel 4. at 5:00 we'll join cbs news for live election coverage until 10:00, followed by cbs4 news at 10:00. join us and our election
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entire team will be on hand with the results from party headquarters, starting at 7:00 p.m. and we'll be streaming ,, ,, ,, 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.
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s 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.
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hayley tells dr. phil she's pregnant and about to deliver jesus, the son of god. she also says she's been diagnosed with schizophrenia. what happens when her ultrasound finds no sign of a fetus. >> how do i say this? i'm not going to deny my baby. >> what does dr. phil really believe is going on? can he help restore her relationship with her mother and sister? that is today at 4:00. a developing story for cbs4 at 5:00, investigators to release new information in a 1977 cold case in colorado. we have learned that case involves a 17-year-old victim. plus, how a school is helping a family learn some life-
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school night. and back we go to ashton. it will be a beautiful afternoon. upper sixties. close to 70 degrees. if we don't make it to 70 today, i think we'll do it tomorrow. time change of course, we gain an hour of sleep. longest weekend of the year is coming up, and includes a small
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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! 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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? >> maya: how about an omelet? >> nicole: am i even supposed to eat? >> maya: dr. march said a light breakfast two hours before the procedure. [ camera shu >> nicole: butterflies. >> maya: just toast, then? [ camera shutter clicks ] >> nicole: do you have to take a picture of it? >> maya: sorry. i'm going a little overboard this week, huh? >> nicole: [ chuckles ] i'm just kidding. post me in all of your selfies, and my toast, too, because i am proud of what we're doing. >> maya: honey, are you sure? >> nicole: okay, yes, i wish zende were here and not in hawaii with... but whatever. >> maya: he might be wishing the


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