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we have team coverage on the presidential election, 24 hours until election day to choose a new commander-in- chief. >> jason gruenauer has the tips you need to know and amanda del castillo has more on the last- minute campaign stops in colorado but first breaking news. a hunter missing, cruise have been searching, they will be out looking for the man. >> a look at the lake marked by a red taught about four hours northwest of denver the men missing is 61 years old from michigan. he was reported missing saturday morning. we are tracking breaking news overnight. a 5.0 earthquake hit central oklahoma, schools were closed
>> i heard the whole house shaking. >> i felt it all shaking we grabbed my cousin and went outside. the after shakes were crazy. >> the quake hit just before 8:00 this was last night near cushing 50 miles northeast of oolahoma city. it was felt as far away as illinois and texas. downtown was evacuated because of gas line leaks but those have since been contained. we are in the second week of november but mother nature does not think so, ski resorts can't open because of the warm. so a basin is the only resort up and right now. two resorts we talked with aren't concerned yet. >> november is never a barometer.
the outlook, if you'rr trying to ski. winter park november 16, keystone and al dora november 18. >> upstairs they were asking me to assist mean winter will shift? no, thankfully that does not happen, dry conditions as you can see this is the storm we were watching across southern colorado bringing some snow this weekend, as it we are setting up for a warm and dry week especially across the plains and also the mountains we will be in the low 50s by nine and then no 60s by 1:00, low to mid 60s for highs, we will hit the high earlier each day now due to the time change, the sun will set this evening at 4:40 9 pm. thorton 64, some mid to upper
actually the coolest day on our seven-day forecast so we have another warm november week. with the time change we will see some glare in theemorning, during the 6:30 hour we will see this on where. you can see well off to the right shoulder, looking overall there are no delays tour to 25 the entire drive around downtown looks great. no issue this morning the final polls are coming in in the tracking polls in this year's presidential election. nbc news final poll was just in hillary clinton holding a six- point lead over donald trump, that has been the same throughout the poll. turning to the final bloomberg poll before tuesday's election this has clinton ahead of trump
and the latest abc news washington post has clinton with a five-point lead over donald trump 48 to 42% that is also when you consider the independent candidates. one day to go until election day but today security is heightened nationwide after agencies were born of a potential terror attack. agencies have learned of a possible plot texas and virginia coming from al qaeda. the final day for candidates to make their closing arguments for your vote ?onald trump starting in florida , clinton in north carolina. >> clinton is sending a heavy hitter to colorado. al gore coming tootown. amanda del castillo has more on the visit. >> reporter: former vice president al gore expected to discuss climate change and hillary clinton making stops in
7:00. he is focusing on the urgent threat of climate change before laying out the high-stakes of the election. he is expected to put a spotlight on clinton's plans are creating millions of good paying jobs leaving children and grandchildren on aasafe healthy planet. more people have already voted in colorado than this time in 2012. we are pushing to continue the trend, it if you have not voted no worries, jason gruenauer has everything you need to know. good morning, as of right now 45% of denver county residents have turned in their ballot leaving 55% to go only two days, 38 more hours to vote that is before the ballot boxes and polling locations close. if you have not voted the way
is too late to put your ballot in the mail, 24 hour ballot boxes around the city put in your vote and that is it, they close at 7:00 pm election night there are also drive-through locations outside of the voting cenners including the downtown denver of elections division. you can also vote in person and register to vote at many of the polling places located all around th download their app this year which is new, you can also trace your ballot just like tracking something in the mail, track the status of your ballot, if there is a problem, they will notify you, coming up what happens if that does happen to you. for now reporting live from downtown jason gruenauer denver7 as hillary clinton
doing so with a bout of confidence, the fbi says the agency's opinion has not changed since july and clinton should not face criminal charges. clinton is in the lead in colorado but the race is tightening, she is up by three points. >> seven recent polls show the lead between one and six points. both campaigns have hit colorado hard, saturday night rally at the western complex while bernie's campaign -- sanders campaigned in other parts of the current -- state. >> trump has not given up, he would not be spending time if he had given up. clinton has made three campaign stops in colorado, trump 12. the former swedish medical center surgical technician who stole painkillers
charges after swapping out syringes of sentinel with his own use syringes. he is hiv-positive and possibly exposed patients. he could face up to 14 years in prison. -? a trial set for this man. he was released from prison last december after serving 28 years for a 19th it -- 97 commit -- crime commit. a tough night for the denver broncos losing to the oakland raiders the game started off rough for the broncos they could not get momentum going. the broncos fall to third in the afc west behind the raiders and kansas city chiefs. one of the big talkers from the game was brandon marshall standing for the national anthem. as you know he has been taking
social injustice. on instagram marshall talked about the progress made by the denver police department. we caught up with marshall after the game. >> i feel like i got my point across. the goal was never for me to kneel forever my whole career. >> in the meantime the rockies have a new manager in charge, bud black he will be most recently he was the manager of the san diego padres. press conference is set for 11:00. we will have a news crew there. some people got a rude awakening sunday, details from the earthquake that hit in colorado. a popular trail closed because of the plague in a prairie dog colony.
scene of this infernal as an apartment complex goes up in flames. here in the first alert weather center it will be a nice day temperatures in the 63 and by 6:00 it is dark and temperatures will drop earlier in the afternoon, coming up we will look at when we have some 70s on the forecast. ride home for you tonight if
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over the weekend the shooting on saturday near 53rd on the person being shot condition is not known. >> a stabbing early sunday in westminster. police do not have a suspect description. a death investigation underway in enlewood. very few details in this case so far they say that death is not considered suspicious. major setback for same-sex marriage in australia. the country senate has shot down an effort to hold a national vote on legalizing gay marriage. critics said this would have been to costly sparking harmful debate that would have harmed the community. attorney general of australia has warned this will result in a delay for gay marriage for years to come. investigators continue
apartment explodes catching fire in arizona, nine people were inside at the time, six were injured. a gas leak may be to blame. neighbors are trying to raise money and collect clothing for the people displaced. an update on the brushfire. the lone pine fire is 50% contained burning in the lone pine area of livermore. it started yesterday, no structures have been threatened, investigators are looking at ho you will have to wait another week to hike a popular trail near parker because a prairie dog colony has the plague work more than one mile of the trail was closed so crews could get out to put pesticide on the prairie dog holes.>> so when the prairie dog goes through it will kill them with the plague. >> the trail is set to reopen
go to thedenverchannel.com for more information and tips on how to keep your family and pets safe. five people recovering after a rollover crash, this crash happened on i-25 late yesterday, police tell us a car lost control and clipped another rolling. no word on how the people are doing so far, police are looking into why the crash happened. check did you feel shaking over the weekend? a 3.1 magnitude earthquake hits just east of greeley around 10:00 yesterday morning. here's a look at the map, fortunately no damage to report or injuries but dozens of people from green the two louisville felt the earthquake. >> a few people were like what was that? a beautiful gorgeous weekend we are seven days out looking
sunshine. is going to be really drive. here is your bus stop planner, trying to get the kids out the door, 49 degrees early on, the low 60s this afternoon so i would set them with a sweatshirt or lifejacket, 60s and 70s all week long dry across colorado, the normal high in denver this time of year 56 10 to 15 degrees above that, boulder 42, city park 40, parker at 35. as you step out the door it is a little cool, highs this afternoon from 61 in bennett, 63 highlands ranch and low to mid 50s in the foothills, evergreen 56, it is pretty warm statewide, upper 60s on the western slopes and upper 60s
afternoon. futurecast showing lingering clouds across the eastern plains. this is what is left of the storm that pushed across southern colorado this weekend it did bring some rain and snow to the southwestern mountains, you will find at 12 that 30 today clear skies with sunshine across the state, very few clouds developing in the next few days and dry co today and tomorrow, low to mid 60s the two coolest days on the seven-day forecast under mostly sunny skies, 72 wednesday. normal high is 56, 72 obviously well above its. a bright spot wednesday potentially through the weekend, upper 60s friday overnight lows chili some upper 30s each morning but this has not put me in the mood to put
degrees. >> the time change got me into the spirit. a pretty good drive going on but we do have one accident a minor accident on the southbound side of i-25. with the activity going on on the shoulder the right lane is blocked, look how light traffic is, no delays because of it, a pretty easy drive across i-25, 225 the north side in shape for no that is just a minor problem and should not slow you down. here is a heads up looking for anyone to shop on thanksgiving, toys "r" us will for 30 hours through 11:00 pm. macy's plans to open on thanksgiving at 5:00 pm one hour earlier than last year. coles will open at 6:00 however
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moving from capitol hill to the golden triangle neighborhood, the building was put on a flatbed and then was moved 10 blocks. >> this is probably undoubtedly the most historically important artist studio in colorado. >> the museum one of three to be moved in denver in the last 50 years. it will move in fall five times the size it is now. you're going to find nice weather today, in the 40s a little chilly but the sunrise is one hour earlier so we will warm up earlier. by noon, mostly sunny kona -- at 59. a mild day today, broomfield
lakewood 63, pretty nice today, a lot warmer by wednesday here is the first alert, 70s on the seven-day forecast we will look how far below normal we are with precipitation in a few minutes. check the one accident we had is all gone now a new one is popping up you can see in this area we aae looking at a nice easy drive on the side streets we are here in sout pretty easy drive but the new accident right there off of i- 25. if you were looking to get help this holiday season go to the salvation army, registration for christmas assistance against today. bring with you a picture id, proof of address and a birth certificate or school records for your children. registration continues through wednesday. more news coming up in our
including the story of a mother missing for five days. >> the woman banished while out on a run, the frantic search for her. skiing and snowboarding may cost a pretty penny but we have done some digging to save you some money. election day just tomorrow, if you have not voted the tips and tricks you need to know and how to ma coming up. just in, a car in the charles river in boston. how it got there and more
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the death of marek svatos. a hockey website claims he died from an accidental medicine overdose. >> the 34-year-old was drafted to the avalanche in 2001 plate until 2010, the general manager released a statement saying he was a tremendous person a talented hockey player and a great team it. leaving hi children. janet reno the first woman to serve as us attorney general has died. she was 78 years old, her goddaughter says she passed away after complications from parkinson's disease. serving nearly 8 years as attorney general under bill clinton, that was the longest stint for any attorney general in modern history. she was at the center of major
including the armed seizure of five-year-old elian gonzalez. no statement from billlor hillary clinton yet. here is your first alert, we have some clouds across the plains, a live look from the vero camera in the sterling, we get the sunrise one hour earlier today after the time change yesterday. here is monday, in other warm and dry week mostly sunny in the low 60s with the sunset this afternoon at 4:49, a lot darker a lot earlier, as you look to the afternoon we will hit the high one hour earlier. low 60s between 1:00 and 3:00 under a mostly sunny sky. here is the first alert, on this track we have been taking it is the warmest record on november it is the warmest