TODAY: Missing Broncos Fan Found Safe, Jeb Bush in Colorado, ‘Wedding Fireball Cam’

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DENVER — Here are your 10 Things to Know for Wednesday, Oct. 29, 2014.

1. Man who went missing during Broncos game found

Paul Kitterman, the man who vanished at halftime of a Broncos game last week, was found safe more than 100 miles away in Pueblo, and sources say he walked there.

2. Fugitive wanted in connection with attacks apprehended

A fugitive wanted in connection with metro-area attacks was apprehended in New York while trying to flee a traffic stop.

3. Feds, Denver police conduct raids on marijuana grow sites

Federal agents and the Denver Police Department conducted multiple raids on marijuana growing operations, seizing thousands of plants and hundreds of thousands of dollars.

4. Jeb Bush to push for Republicans in Douglas County

Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush will stump for Republican candidates in Colorado during a rally at the Douglas County Fairgrounds as Election Day draws closer.

5. Charges possible after Greeley student allegedly assaults two teachers

A student at Greeley Central High School is accused of punching two teachers after refusing to follow the school’s dress code.

6. Former Broncos cornerback Champ Bailey retires

Champ Bailey, a 12-time Pro Bowl cornerback who spent 10 seasons with the Broncos before being cut in March, announced his retirement.

7. Man arrested at DIA for ‘making sexual advances toward flight attendants’

A Ukrainian man was arrested at Denver International Airport after making unwanted sexual advances towards two female flight attendants.

8. Antares rocket blows up shortly after launch in Virginia

An unmanned NASA-contracted rocket exploded along the eastern Virginia coast, causing a huge fireball but no apparent deaths.

9. Former baseball star Jose Canseco accidentally shoots himself in hand

Former baseball slugger Jose Canseco accidentally shot himself in the left hand while cleaning a gun.

10. ‘Wedding Fireball Cam’ captures ceremony from unique point of view

A YouTube video shows a unique view on the the more rowdier moments of a wedding. The video is shot from a GoPro camera attached to the base of a bottle of Fireball Whiskey.

 

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