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the deadly danger coyotes pose -- drama wishart was some toughness for football players at loveland high school. i'm eric r gonzales that some
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pulled out from underneath them when the colorado high school activities association made a mistake and remove them from postseason play. >> julie leonardi joins us live from loveland high school. >> everybody is so devastated. dozens of parents and players gathered here at the high school this evening to talk to me and tell me how disappointed they are. they said the team deserves play. they are also upset about chassa. their system they use to calculate the team is flawed. >> members of the loveland high school football team were overjoyed this morning to find out they were officially heading to the postseason. the marek svatos website placed them at 11. then just hours later, they were pulled from the list. replaced by another high school
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>> parents and players were shocked. the team has a highly ranked offense and a 9-1 record season. the indians even made it to the championship game last year but lost. >> we definitely have a really talented team. we could do it this year -- to not even be given a shot is disappointing. >> chassa did apologize for the mistake. explaining that the ratings percentage index they used to rank the team incorrectly gave credit to loveland, over another teams went during week five. >> parents say unfair because the opponent's record weighs more than their own record. this is the first year chassa use the system. >> my frustration is -- it puts more weight on who you play. >> if you have to qualify a team that is 16 to six decimal points and that you place them in the 11th seed, you know there's a problem with the system.
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they will have any postseason exposure that it's crucial for scholarships. >> playoffs -- the college and start to pay attention more. >> senior madness sabates says it was even more heartbreaking to see their name on the bracket than just hours later gone. >> we worked really hard. >> they took away from aspects chassa evening. parents say they are not giving up. they want to make sure this doesn't happen next year. >> denver police shutting down southbound traffic -- due to a serious crash involving multiple vehicles. traffic is being diverted to 40th avenue. expect delays. >> developing tonight -- the cause of death for a former colorado avalanche forward is
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douglas county corners office. >> marek svatos died saturday in lone tree where he lived with his wife and two children. he was 34 years old. the international ice hockey federation announced his death this morning but did not say how he died. >> avalanche center matt duchene tweeted this out to morning drawn around the information tonight as the fbi clears hillary clinton yet again. in announcing the presidential candidate shod use of a private e-mail server. >> just 11 days before the election, fbi director james comey told the fbi -- had discovered e-mail string a separate investigator -- comey says the agency is not changing its opinion from the one released in july. clinton should not face charges.
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we are glad to see that he has found, as we were confident that he was, that he has confirmed the conclusions that he had reached in july. >> donald trump has yet to wreck we comment on the news. he did say today that clinton is being protected by a rigged system. >> it is the final push for the white house. republican nominee donald trump campaigning in pennsylvania tonight. last night he he had a rally at the national western complex. some supporters waited five hours to see him. trump encourage people to drop off their ballots in the mail them in. he also talked about recent layoffs in our state. he promised change when he is elected president. >> the trump administration. the jobs from leaving america and will stop the jobs from leaving colorado. [ cheers and applause ]
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job cuts at local companies, saying something needs to be done to keep jobs from leaving the country. >> there are three scenarios in the selection. >> just for a second, if hillary is elected -- is going to be a constant drumbeat of impeachment from one day -- f trump wins, he's going to be in court -- >> libertarian presidential candid this afternoon at colorado christian university centennial institute. he told supporters -- the cubs won the world series and that means anything is possible. >> and tomorrow, former vice president al gore will be campaigning for hillary clinton in colorado. he has two events planned -- one in boulder, the other in jefferson county. he is expected to talk about clean energy and clinton's plan to reduce carbon emissions.
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events tomorrow, you are encouraged to rsvp ahead of time. >> we posted the links on >> less than 40 hours until the polls close on election day. many of you have artie cast a ballot. >> one denver voters actually contacted problem solvers after she said she dropped off the ballot and got something strange return. >> her son got a notice in the mail saying his ballot can be counted yet because they needed another signature from him and some other personal information. now, this is pretty rare. less than half a percent of all ballots are rejected. this family was worried it was a scam and called us to check it out. >> when it's election season boating is a requirement in the summer household. >> we had to go to the polling place -- we had a good dinner and then we go vote. >> colorado's election rules have since changed -- we have started to melt them in
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watching football and i said, let's do it. >> she dropped off the ballot for herself and her two sons and thought that that was it. until she got this in the mail. >> not a huge surprise -- but she says the rest of the request seemed off. >> thought the affidavit. sending a picture id. but there's no affidavit enclosed. >> the letter didn't even come in an envelope, just as piece of paper. that's when th went off. >> something strange -- that somebody is putting up people's mailboxes? >> the problem solvers call denver elections division for answers. it turns out, the letter is real. all ballots are screened by a partisan team before they are counted. if they can't agree on whether a signature is legitimate, they automatically send one of these letters. while they are mailed in official envelopes and with an
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missing pieces to, all you do is send an e-mail asking for a new digital copy. >> denver election officials tell us they can next line why this letter showed up by itself. they say if you ever have a question about the election document, you should contact your local headquarters right away. we also want to mention -- if you get one of these letters in the milk don't worry, you still have eight days until after election day to get it turned into your postal counts. >> remember, we have you covered on election night. here on fox 31, on her sister station and online. coverage on fox begins tuesday at 5:00 p.m. if you're interested mostly in colorado's local issues, our sister station colorado's own channel two will focus on those during a special edition from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. >> if aou're asay from your tv, and you can get results and
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and our facebook page. >> this just in -- one of the first images we are getting from oklahoma. where a 5.3 magnitude earthquake has damaged numerous buildings just about 50 miles northeast of oklahoma city. the quake hit just about an hour ago. so far there have been no reports of injuries. this is the second earthquake to hit the area in the past 24 hours. >> we are learning that the town of cushing, oklahoma is being evacuated they are experiencing major structural damage from the earthquake. we will keep you posted on any new developments. >> back in colorado a small earthquake was felt in greeley before 10:00 a.m. according to the us geological survey, the magnitude 3.1 quake was centered 1 kilometer northwest of kersey. >> that set all -- and earthquake was also reported just south of the colorado border around 10:50 p.m. last night.
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happened west of raton, new mexico. >> there is no one right now if any of these earthquake are related. early speculation is the use of hydraulic fracturing or frogging could be to blame. but there's no proof at this time to back up this claim. >> a family grieving the loss of the smalltalk. >> still to come -- what you could do to make sure your pets don't fall prey to wild animals. >> the first -- we take a tour of the iconic daniels and fisher clocktower building that you can now buy. >> plus -- balk at how the denver broncos cheerleaders are working hard to bring some cheer to our troops overseas. >> it is november, isn't it? it was another warm and beautiful day today. a cold front is great to our northwest and headed our way. it will likely cross by tomorrow
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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.
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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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a piece of denver's history could soon be yours. >> so long as you have more than $4 million to spend. >> we take you on a tour of the top five floors of denver's iconic daniels and fisher clocktower building. >> you will find is smack dab in the middle of the city. >> a historic plain sight. >> most people just walk by a. >> but more people are now turning their eyes to the skies. after learning the top five floors of the clocktower are now for sale. the price tag? $4.5 million. >> to learn why the building is so pricey, you need to know its past. the 21 story building was modeled after one in venice italy. when it was built back in 1911, it was denver's first
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country and the tallest building west of the mississippi. >> there's nothing like it in colorado and around the world. >> coloradans once bought tickets to write an elevator 39. >> you could see up to her miles in either direction. >> times have certainly changed -- but the building is still unique. the staircase, a passageway to a place we can literally watch the >> we've talked with the historical society about changing up the glass he could see through it -- that would be a unique feature to be able to see out. it would make an exciting addition. >> as a building that can now be yours. a skyscraper, literally, second time. >> the historic building became a landmark in 1969. the top five floors have been on the market but they will be
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$4.25 million. imagine being on the top of the clocktower today. it was a crystal-clear day like today. >> a beautiful afternoon. it doesn't fill up november. we keep saying that -- would write out across the board. press 17 straight day, we made it up above average. it doesn't look like this then and anytime soon. within this 17 days, we have broken free record highs. nonetheless, we have done better than the average which was 57.
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29 degrees. we have only had 32. that's the lowest rate drops so far. we have been above average quite a bit as far as low temperatures are concerned. >> this time -- still in the low 50s. partly cloudy skies. it should be a crisp but lovely fall evening. meanwhile, in the mountains -- thirtys and 40s. forty-nine and 14. drawn from we did see a few, isolated light showers in the planes.
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everything is now dry. a cold front is now what we're turning our attention to. that is slowly coming our way, likely to arrive by tomorrow morning. unfortunately, we need the wet weather along with it. we will stay dry. we may notice a slight wind shift. that will bring a slight cooldown as we head into tomorrow. highs will still be above average.
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's going to be a beautiful fall day but we really need that rain. the dry conditions across the board -- almost the entire state. that's our moderate drought situation that is in effect. we are well below average poor rainfall. unfoun insight over the next seven days. forty-one is the low this evening. will stay in the mid- 60s tomorrow. overall, a beautiful start to
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highs will stay in the mid- 60s low 70s. the salvation army opening for registration for this year's holiday assistance. how you can join the efforts to get out thousands of toys and food boxes to those in need. >> begin of the holidays -- jcpenney is announcing even earlier dates for black friday deals. we will let you know when those
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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
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for the content of this advertising. 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.
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lenn is wrong for colorado. to have your holiday christmas list already plan? >> no, but it's thought they showed. [laughter] apple and kohl's are tuning up this holiday season. starting in november on the 15th, kohl's will start
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weeks after rival macy's landed a similar deal with apple. >> jcpenney is moving up the start of its black friday deals. last year, black friday started on thanksgiving day. but jcpenney discover that was too late. so this year, all of us advertise specials will be available the wednesday before the holiday. jcpenney will be open for business at 3:00 p.m. on based giving. >> tomorrow salvation army staff and volunteers will begin registration for this year's holiy the salvation army says more than 24,000 toys and over 4500 food boxes were distributed last christmas season. here has a how you can help -- anyone applying for assistance featuring the following items -- a picture id, 30 day current proof of address, birth certificate or school record for all children in the household. we have posted all of this information on >> the denver broncos cheerleaders are also working
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troops overseas. >> they are collecting basic needs to help boost morale. all this month, the cheerleaders are collecting donations to ship overseas. they need everything from holiday gifts to nonperishable snacks, this weekend two of the cheerleaders were at freddie's frozen custard store important. gathering some much-needed supplies. >> being able to get back to the military overseas is a great thing to be a part of. >> besides the basics, some the items most requested by troops include broncos gear, prepaid phone cards and even posters of colorado. next line today the cheerleaders will be at the fridays in fort collins. if you can make it to fort collins, you can drop supplies off at mile high or at the broncos training center. >> a very special book signing in town today. >> a world war ii veteran who survived pearl harbor and the story he has to share today at 103 years young.
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moving a museum. we will take a look at what it takes to move and transport an entire century-old building in
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i just can't tell you the feeling, the emotion that goes through you when you lose a family member like that. >> a centennial family grieves the loss of their little dog killed by a coyote of on wednesday. they said the city in the state have to do more to protect us from the wild animal. >> every year we bring you these terrible stories about family pets becoming prey. a centennial family never thought it could happen to them. thanks for syi 9:30 p.m., on kagan harsha. >> on i'm erica kinsella. >> they lived in the home with dogs for 24 years and never had a problem. >> the bowen family has a 6-foot tall fence just like this one. >> for decades that kept them feeling safe and secure. but they learn the hard way that this fence won't a coyote out. they have two live with the fact


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