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the lower 70s by midnight. good evening and thanks for joining us for news channel five at 6. i'm naja hill.... jorma duran has the night off. for us here in mesa county, brushfires are a reality of our hot summer months.... and there are several different methods of attacking these blazes... news channel five reporter colette bordelon joins us now live from the newsroom... she had the chance to go watch an exciting way of fighting fires.. colette, tell us more.. well naja, i got to watch the great basin smokejumpers practice a few jumps out of a plane today... and they are responsible for a quick and immediate response to a brushfire that's just beginning. &lt; track: it's not your typical day at the office... sot: "good rush, it's technical, stakes are high." track: as many leap out of a plane and head straight towards a fire. sot: "i work for the blm, as a wildland firefighter, but we're smokejumpers so our whole purpose is to catch wildfires when they're small." track: tim nix and tyler kuhn are members of the great basin smokejumpers. sot: "every guy that i work with has some sort of fear in them at some point in time, and i think it keeps us sharp." track: and their exciting job can lead to new places every day. sot:"you commit to four months of leaving home, and you just kind of wait for fires, you're there in case they need you." sot: "a lot of the gear we build in house, manufactured in the winter." stand-up: something about how long it took me, gear weighs 85 pounds. track: mesa county is no stranger to fires. sot: "high fire danger in our community, unfortunately we've responded a great deals of fire calls within this last month.""well over a hundred fire related calls." track: officials say that raising awareness about preventing fire is important... sot: "working together is how you achieve true community preparedness." track: even though both nix and kuhn enjoy their job... sot: "smokejumpers are a really fast and reliable initial attack resource." track: they hope they do not have to come back to the grand valley for anything other meanwhile, a fire destroys an r-v traveling on i- 70 this morning -- sending a column of black smoke into the sky above "horizon drive"... grand junction firefighters say the driver's quick response helped them control the flames... at around 10 a- m, the driver noticed a smell of anti-freeze before the engine died... and he was able to pull off the highway and stop at the "shell gas station" away from the pumps or any nearby vegetation... the fire department was able to "no injuries, unfortunately the very nice man lost his r.v., but fortunately his son lived here in town so we we're able to get them together fairly quickly." according to the "grand junction fire department", the fire appears to have started in the engine boating season is in full swing in the colorado high country, with waterways full and moving fast. but river conditions have proven to be deadly in the past 48 hours. on tuesday, a man on a private rafting trip in central colorado died after falling into the "arkansas river", in the 'browns canyon' area. the death came just hours after a 64-year- old man died during a commercial rafting trip in northern colorado, despite having a life jacket and helmet. he was on a trip run by "rocky mountain adventures" when his raft as it starts to slow down ..it looks like it's little bit safer in fact it's just as dangerous .. all of those hazards and those big rocks and some of those hazards that are at the bottom that you don't see on a heavy run off day they are exposed so you don't have the water volume but it .. exposes more hazards. authorities also say that many water authorities are now revealing the identity of a man killed on tuesday, after his vehicle went off a cliff at the "colorado national monument"... officials with the "mesa county coroner's office" say the death of 66- year-old 'peter kung' of grand junction, does not appear to be a suicide -- with all indications pointing to an accident... investigators estimate the vehicle fell about 150 feet, after going off the roadway near the "coke ovens" trail- head area... according to the coroner's office, kung's death was caused by in less than an hour, president trump's travel ban will take effect -- after the supreme court re- instated his executive order earlier this week. people from six mostly muslim countries will not be granted visas, unless they show close family or business ties to the united states.

'wee-ja jang' has the story... &lt; most of president trump's travel ban goes into effect at 8pm eastern... a signature campaign promise that resonated with voters like dana kadey. (use wj two shot for end of this track) (sot--dana kadey--maine resident) "if nothing else, it will make a psychological difference. we're actually going to do something to prevent terrorism, and it's about time." (track 2) (gfx in) citizens from six muslim- majority countries will not be allowed to enter the u- s for at least 90 days while the u-s reviews its immigration policies. the trump administration calls them "terror prone" (gfx out) (sot--ardi safi-- california resident--jiang mos) "none of the countries on in that list were involved in terrorism in the united states, and those who were involved are not on the travel ban, like saudi arabia." (track 3--vo is walking shot with safi and jiang) ardi safi moved to the u-s from iran 6 years ago, leaving behind loved ones he's worried about. (sot--ardi safi-- california resident--jiang mos) "i have a lot of friends who were supposed to come here, but their applications keep getting pushed back." (sot--bridge-- weijia jiang/cbs news/arlingto n va) "travelers from the banned countries who have already approved visas won't be affected... and the ban includes some exceptions for new applicants." (track 4) (gfx in from ctm @ 07:11:53:22) people with a close family member in the u-s such as a parent, spouse, child or sibling will still be allowed to travel to the u-s, but that does not include grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins or other extended family. journalists, students, employees and lecturers with valid invitations or work contracts will also have permission. (gfx out) (sot--from state department briefing at 3pm) ("tbd-- something quick about the new guidelines//exc eptions") (track 5) the supreme still to come on newschannel 5 at 6... new research shows america's obesity epidemic is creating some overweight and today is the 10th anniversary of a popular electronic device. we'll be right continuing with animal safety: a new study shows that obesity in america has now spread to our pet population. one in three of our furry friends are overweight or obese -- and while 'porky pets' may look cute, the extra fat can cause life- threatening conditions.

'don dayler' has more... &lt; busy lifestyles and unhealthy diets are wreaking havoc --- on our pets. (sot dr kirk breuninger) we've been seeing that over the past 10 years, overweight and obesity in our cats and dogs has increased by 160- 170%. (track 2) dr. kirk breuninger is the lead veterinary researcher behind a study by banfield pet hospital. (sot breuninger cont'd) right now, 1 out of 3 cats and dogs are overweight (track 3) (gfx 1 in) he attributes this increase to a number of factors: lack of exercise, too much food, and a changing attitude towards our pets (gfx 1 out) (sot breuninger) we are starting to consider pets more and more to be members of our family and we like to // show our affection // by offering them treats and it can be pretty easy for us to offer too many treats in a single day to our pets. (track 4) that's a problem, because -- just as in humans -- lugging around all that extra weight can be hazardous to your pet's health. (sot breuninger) for example, heart disease and respiratory disease are something that we will see. type 2 diabetes is something that we will see with cats that are obese, and we can see other diseases that are linked with dogs being overweight, such as hyper thyroidism or arthritis (nats dog on treadmill) (track 4) so how do you know if your pet needs the treadmill treatment? after all animals -- especially dogs -- come in all different shapes and sizes. (nats dogs playing) (track 5) dr. breuninger says you can use this as a general guide: (gfx 2 in) looking at your pet from above, he says you should see distinct tuck at your dog or cat's waist. and from the side, you should be able to easily feel -- but not see -- her ribs. (gfx 2 out) dr. breuninger told us that simple things like cutting back on treats and ensuring that your dog gets in a walk also making health headlines tonight... kids who become overweight during their teenage years, may be more likely to have a stroke and high blood pressure later in life.... researchers in sweden arrived at the conclusion after ten years ago today, a digital device rocked the universe...

"apple" unveiled the highly anticipated 'i- phone'... and it didn't take long for the incredible invention to become the first thing you grab before leaving home... meg oliver takes a look back at the evolution of the i-phone... &lt; it's the addicting device almost no one leaves home without. 5601 2:05 i feel naked without it... gotta have my phone." so does the lady behind him and practically every person within five feet. 5609 :32/sot carolyn holm: "i'm addicted to it sometimes i have to ask my nephew for help... meg: "do you ever leave home without it? yea only if i forgot it and i have to go back and get it." on june 29th, 2007 - almost six months after apple ceo steve jobs unveiled it - people across the country camped out for days to buy the first iphone. 5622 sot/1:46 "i couldn't believe i paid that much for it." cnet senior editor scott stein forked over 499- dollars for the groundbreakin g device touting touch technology. 5621 sot/scott stein/cnet senior edito :50 "it's hard to remember that at first the iphone didn't really have a fast internet connection it was behind the other phones with edge so it wasn't meant to play videos and it couldn't record videos." su (pre edited... 3 parter... gary shoots me..while i shoot him) "two years after apple launched the iphone... the camera was upgraded for video as well. changing the way we record our memories and the news." (gfx) in the last decade apple has sold more than one point two billion iphones. 5609 1:00 meg "is there a downside to be slightly obsessed with our phones? yes because people walk around like this all the time... coming up later in sports.... ten years ago today, a digital device rocked the universe...

"apple" unveiled the highly anticipated 'i- phone'... and it didn't take long for the incredible invention to become the first thing you grab before leaving home... meg oliver takes a look back at the evolution of the i-phone... &lt; it's the addicting device almost no one leaves home without. 5601 2:05 i feel naked without it... gotta have my phone." so does the lady behind him and practically every person within five feet. 5609 :32/sot carolyn holm: "i'm addicted to it sometimes i have to ask my nephew for help... meg: "do you ever leave home without it? yea only if i forgot it and i have to go back and get it." on june 29th, 2007 - almost six months after apple ceo steve jobs unveiled it - people across the country camped out for days to buy the first iphone. 5622 sot/1:46 "i couldn't believe i paid that much for it." cnet senior editor scott stein forked over 499- dollars for the groundbreakin g device touting touch technology. 5621 sot/scott stein/cnet senior edito :50 "it's hard to remember that at first the iphone didn't really have a fast internet connection it was behind the other phones with edge so it wasn't meant to play videos and it couldn't record videos." su (pre edited... 3 parter... gary shoots me..while i



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