TODAY: More Rain, Broncos Public Practice, No ‘Noisy Children’ Allowed

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DENVER — Here are your 10 Things to Know for Wednesday, July 30, 2014.

1. Rain, rain won’t go away just yet

More rain is forecast after strong storms caused flooding across the Front Range on Tuesday. Flash flood concerns are still high until the storm moves out later Wednesday.

2. Traffic Operations Center picks up pace in wild weather

Flash flooding made for a slow commute but when wild weather breaks out, the pace picks up inside Colorado’s Traffic Operations Center in Golden.

3. Broncos practice open to fans

The Broncos will hold their second open practice at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. Parking and admission are free.

4. Couple says they were hit while reporting a child locked in a hot car

A concerned couple called police about a young boy left in a hot car. But when the cops arrived, the good Samaritans needed an ambulance after the boy’s mother allegedly ran over the couple who called 911 on her.

5. State Supreme Court halts Boulder County from issuing same-sex marriage licenses

The Colorado Supreme Court ordered the Boulder County Clerk and Recorder’s Office to stop issuing same-sex marriage licenses until it hears an appeal of whether the state’s ban on same-sex marriage is constitutional.

6. Tancredo demands Christie, RGA ‘come clean’ about helping Beauprez

Tom Tancredo is demanding Bob Beauprez’s biggest benefactors, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, come clean about the Republican Governors Association’s influence on Colorado’s GOP gubernatorial primary.

7. Amgen to shutter all facilities in Colorado

Amgen became the latest company to announce major layoffs, announcing it will eliminate 2,400 to 2,900 jobs, including full closure of its facilities in Colorado.

8. Massive water main break damages UCLA

Eight million to 10 million gallons of water gushed through Los Angeles after a water main break, causing severe damage at UCLA, including famed Pauley Pavilion.

9. Owner of wedding ring sought in Vail

Vail is looking for the owner of a missing wedding ring found under a chairlift. The gold band, with the inscription “All my love, Sue” was found beneath the Sourdough Express Lift (No. 14).

10. Restaurant bans ‘noisy children’ from its dining room

A popular restaurant in Monterey, Calif., has a “no noisy children” policy. Tourists say they don’t think it’s fair, but the owner says it’s not hurting his business.