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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
>> she walked out her down the door, down the stairs and into her backyard early wednesday for the last time. >> we found her in between the lilac bushes and the rock. it was ugly. >> are owners on 11 -year-old abby dead. there that confirmed a coyote killed her. an animal that came up through this drainage ditch behind the centennial home. >> my wife has lived here for 24 years. we've never experienced any kinds of problems like this. >> they thought their six but privacy fence protected them now feel betrayed by its false security. they feel worse for their sweet little girl they rescued ten years ago. >> is like losing a family member. it's indescribable. >> the problem solvers is learning communities across colorado continue to deal with this issue. >> i understand there are people who say kill them all. >> the night before abby dad, neighboring greenwood village held this meeting to discuss coyotes. a problem in which no one is
was stalking me and my two dogs. >> colorado parks and wildlife tells the bow once they need to coexist with wildlife and never let a pet out of their sight at night. >> we shouldn't have to worry about our pets in our backyard with our fences. >> they say cities and states need to better control the current coyote population. >> we shouldn't have to live in a fortress -- >> a yard in which abby's toys now sit untouched. their cat companion. >> he is acting funny. he is looking for his dog. >> they know abby will be waiting for them anymore in their window. >> please learn from what happened to us. keep your pets close to you. >> experts tell problem solvers to keep coyotes away, pick up fruit on the ground from your trees and keep your trash covered. don't leave dog or cat food out. if you do see a coyote, scare at
air horn or a cancel iraq's. and accident we first told you about -- police are now telling us that accident is deadly. there was also a secondary crash there but no injuries and not one. traffic is still being affected. this is all happened at 56th avenue. everyone is being diverted to 48. they are working to get some more information on posted. >> the second oldest living pearl harbor survivor is sharing his incredible story at 103 years old. the colorado bed is releasing a brand-new book. we caught up with lieutenant jim downing at a book signing today. >> on december 7, 1941 lieutenant jim downing with her one of the worst days in us history. it was the day the japanese
seventy-five years later, downing still lives to share history. on the details the wars of war immediately the american people were welding together as one. and magnificently came through to win the war. >> and the other side of infamy, my journey through pearl harbor in the world of war, downing puts into words what if you look to tell. but perhaps the most powerful word stoning ever put on paper or those he wrote in the days and nights following the attack. he took down personal messages from his friends who were wounded and lying in hospital beds. many of sailors died in downing shared the final rinse with family and friends. all these years later he thinks of those who never even got the chance to say goodbye. >> may greatest tear shedding is the 83,000 missing in action in the last 75 years. i think of the dead heroes as much as the living ones.
bookstore in littleton, people lined up to think downing for his service. others were there to shake the hand of a fellow soldier. >> hundred and three. how did you make the last 12 years. what's your secret? and most importantly they all listened to the one of three -year-old pass on a message so few are still living to share. >> remember pearl harbor. keep america strong. in cyberspace, and the skies, the ground, on the sea and under the seas. weakness invites a version. keep america strong. >> lieutenant jim downing will return to pearl harbor later this year for the 75th anniversary of the attack. >> there's little doubt the fbi director and the great special agents of the fbi will be able
against hillary clinton. >> donald trump speaking in denver late last night. telling a packed house he is confident the e-mails in the hillary clinton probe will bring the hammer down on the former secretary of state. >> another election bombshell from the fbi today -- is proving the opposite. as the agency announced as it has its review. >> fbi director sent a letter to lawmakers sunday that has not changed its opinion that clinton should not face criminal charges. >> we are glad to see that it he has confirmed the conclusions that he reached in july. >> the announcement comes at after a review of new e-mails, discovered in a separate investigation of anthony weiner. that review announced just 11 days before the election. even earlier sunday, donald trump and his surrogates or
as some kind of criminal over her e-mail server. >> if she were to win, it would create an unprecedented constitutional crisis. >> we have drifted into an environment where hillary is elected, the criminal investigations will be in with. >> howard clinton made an appeal to african-american voters, stopping at a church in philadelphia on sunday. >> this election in many ways is about look at a future our country will have. will it be dark and divive past -- or will it be hopeful and inclusive and united? >> trump, meanwhile, is leaning heavily on family. his daughter's meeting with a small group in new hampshire on sunday. >> we are just two days of away from a great victory all across the state of florida and all across the united states of america. [ cheers and applause ]
meanwhile, hillary clinton has three final campaign stops scheduled for tomorrow. >> election day will be a paid holiday for thousands of workers across the us this year. general motors is one of the many companies that make election day a paid holiday. other companies include ford motor company, patagonia in the digital media company thrill us. for then an e-mail to telling them every vote count. patagonia retail stores. there is no federal law requiring workers to get time off to vote and state laws do very. >> whether or not you work on election day, we have you covered. here on fox 31 in our sister station. our coverage on fox 31 begins at 5:00 p.m. >> if you're most interested in colorado's local issues, our sister station colorado's own
special edition from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. >> if you're away from your tv, you can get results on kdvr.com and on our facebook page. >> happening tonight -- crews will start some routine maintenance on the university of colorado new line. >> work is going to happen between 11:30 p.m., stopping shortly after 4:00 a.m. they're going to inspect the adjustments. >> meanwhile, some light rail lines are close for a safety project. all the work is happening on the i 25 broadway station. but shuttle service is available for passengers. the weather lately has been gorgeous. you can't complain unless of
>> all this warm weather is making for a late start for several car is the resource. right now, a-basin is the only resort opened. keystone, breckenridge at copper mountain all have opening date set for this friday. winter park hopes to open on november 16 and veil next line he on november 18. loveland ski area hopes to come their unoffia watching over the snow guns in his broncos gear. to thank you all of the ski results will be able to open this friday? >> the one benefit to the clock starting back is that it gets dark at 5:00 p.m. now. so the temperature drops. the have a lot more time at
it's cold enough overnight in the mountains that they will be able to pump it out, i believe. >> no snowy weather impacting election day? >> a beautiful stretch upon us now. it will continue as we go through this week. though latest that we've had measurable snow is november 26. we'll have any snow in the seven day forecast. we could be knocking on the last measurable rainfall that we had goes back three weeks -- october 12. we only received 21,100th of an inch. the last time we had a high that was below average, we have to go back two weeks, to october 20.
it was a beautiful afternoon and continues to be lovely outside this evening. 50 degrees downtown right now. 45 degrees in colorado springs. a few light rain showers to left over from the low-pressure system that was in the central plains. nonetheless, a lovely fall evening on the way. left to turn our attention to a cold front that is just northwest of us. i will be here by tomorrow morning we will you know how it may impact the beginning of your work week. coming up in just a few minutes. how do you move a museum
>> the answer, very carefully. >> it started early this morning. >> after -- the goal is to transport the historical building to its new home. we sent fox 31 save young out to get a look at the move. >> by 530 -- for a few hours this morning, it looks like it would never make it this far. much less, to its new home. just getting a 105 your building to move attracts a crowd here. >> i've never seen a building being moved. >> getting it to the street to him to particular is planning. a set of articulating wills, with special steel cables and carrier beams to support structure.
clearing streets of cars, wires and traffic lights. >> after four hours, they really got it moving. inches at a time. the challenge, trying to keep the all-in-one piece for a 1 mile trek. with 150 tons of brick and mortar, you have to expect the worst. the only thing they could go wrong is that it would take a little longer than it would like. >> so, why move this agent building anyway. >> we are very lucky that our director inherited the estate ems building. >> it houses kirkland's studio in our school. >> and honorable.
is really been making progress. as you can see -- is close to its destination. at broadway and 13, dave young. >> can you imagine being behind the process? >> if they finish tonight -- >> stay with us, we're going to >> stay with us, we're going to take another l 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 for coffman or trump.
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two people have been taken to the hospital after this car fire on forest road. it seems like every weekend that i can think back on has been beautiful. it's been every day, for the most part. today was no exception. it was a beautiful afternoon. temperatures are still in the low 50s. our average high for this time
we will have another stretch of warm and dry air that will stick around all the way through the end of this week, if not into the weekend. beautiful morning tomorrow. as you transition into the afternoon -- temperatures quickly rising. a nice gentle breeze. plenty of sunshine will take us through until sunset. that will happen befor meanwhile, temperatures for highs this afternoon -- a low tonight of 41 under mainly
sunny skies throughout the day. election day is looking good. so if you are standing in any lines waiting for the polls, no problems, whether should it an issue. we have had 17 straight days of above average days. i ca been wearing shorts to school in november. >> on the
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the broncos try to make a comeback but it didn't happen. >> that, we were hoping for a different outcome tonight. 30-20 defeat. the denver broncos go down. third place in the afc west division. >> the offensive line -- they were able to run the ball at will. when you cannot run the football yourself -- that is why you end up with 40 minutes -- eighteen minutes in possession. if the broncos cannot figure out a way to run the football more consistently, the second half of the season could be dicey. >> they were 3-0 on 4 straight
we are waiting for the nfl network to allow us to show video footage. we also have a light crew -- we will be sure to give you all of the updates. we can talking about running the football -- broncos once again unable to do so. >> be sure to stick >> they lose by ten. they were playing in a football game that they had no business to lose by only ten points. they looked like they were totally outmanned in this game. they were on the field too much offensively. murray had an absolutely tremendous night.
he wanted to address tonight and tomorrow and make it back to denver. >> three touchdowns for latavius murray. >> the broncos louvre 30-20. they are now third place in the afc west division. we will be right back after this break with more news at ten. 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? he's a mexican! she ate like a pig... i moved on her like a [bleep] i did not say
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