TODAY: DU Armed Robberies, Bitter Cold Veterans Day, Obama’s Net Neutrality Push
DENVER — Here are your 10 Things to Know for Tuesday, Nov. 11, 2014.
1. Three robbed at gunpoint near DU
Three people were robbed at gunpoint in two separate incidents near the University of Denver campus. Police are looking for a black of Hispanic man wearing a gray hoodie, and a black man wearing a black mask.
2. Arctic blast continues; more snow on the way
The Arctic blast that hit Colorado will continue for most of the week, with more snow in the forecast Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday.
3. Cold weather moves Veterans Day events indoors
The cold weather has forced the Veterans Day ceremonies at Fort Logan and in Greeley to be moved indoors.
4. Veterans Day closures; freebies and deals for vets
5. Man wrongly accused in break-in files suit against talk show host, Crime Stoppers
Lawyers for a man who was wrongly accused of breaking into a home earlier this year filed a lawsuit against Denver Crime Stoppers and talk show host Nancy Grace.
6. Korean War veteran attacked, robbed in Aurora apartment
After Lee Pekish, 81, a veteran of the Korean War, returned from a walk with his dog, he was hit by an intruder in his Aurora apartment and robbed of about $300. Police have no suspects.
7. Hackers gain access to Colorado webcams
Russian hackers are suspected of breaking into more than 70 Colorado surveillance cameras and posting the feeds online for anyone to see.
8. Centennial man convicted of poisoning, dismembering mom in will dispute
An Arapahoe County jury returned a guilty verdict in the case of Ari Liggett, who was accused of poisoning and dismembering his mother in 2012 after she cut him out of her will.
9. DA charges contractor that was focus of FOX31 investigation
10. Obama wants more regulation for the Internet
President Barack Obama says the Internet should be more heavily regulated to ensure it stays open and independent and urged the Federal Communications Commission to implement net neutrality proposals.