Today: Redwine search warrant, Miller’s appeal to be heard, Cabela’s opens

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Investigators search Mark Redwine’s house

Investigators from the La Plata County Sheriff’s Office confirmed on Thursday morning that they searched the home of Mark Redwine Wednesday. Redwine is the father of Dylan Redwine, the 13-year-old who went missing nine months ago and whose remains were found in June north of Vallecito Reservoir.

Von Miller’s appeal to be heard by NFL Thursday

A day after he was arrested for failure to appear on a slew of traffic summonses, Von Miller is scheduled to appeal his four-game suspension before an NFL committee. Though the NFL has been tight-lipped about the reason for the suspension, many have speculated it is marijuana related.

Charges to be filed against man accused of killing blackmailing teens

William Otto was expected to hear the formal charges filed against him on Thursday morning. Otto is accused of shooting two male teens Saturday after they attempted to blackmail him with cell phone video of Otto touching them inappropriately and asking for sex acts.

CU Police piecing together clues in public sex assault

The University of Colorado’s police force was investigating a pair of sexual assault reports on Thursday morning, and making an effort to find out if the two reports are related. Both reports came from third parties and described an assault that may have happened on the same day in public.

Thousands line up for Cabela’s grand openings on Front Range

Thousands lined up for the grand opening of a pair of Cabela’s outdoor superstores in Thornton and Lone Tree on Thursday morning. Each store, the first of their kind on the Front Range, features over 90,000 square feet of merchandise. Both stores will officially open at 11 a.m., and both will give away $500 gift cards to their first 500 customers.

Mosquito spraying to take place in Longmont

Four more Boulder County residents have become ill from West Nile virus. Two of the residents live in Lafayette, one lives in Boulder, and the other lives in Longmont. All four residents are adults. With that being the case, Longmont will be taking extra precautions on Thursday, once again spraying to prevent the spread of the illness.

Denver takes action to make dangerous intersection safer

Denver is taking steps to protect people crossing at the intersection of 14th and Yosemite, where two young children were killed by a hit-and-run driver earlier this year. From January to May 2013 in Denver, there were 250 accidents, 36 of which involved kids. That’s up 18 percent from last year. On Wednesday, high visibility markings were added at the 14th and Yosemite, and more of such safety additions may be on the way.

Dow takes big tumble Thursday morning

The blue-chip average sustained heavy losses on Thursday morning on the back of a sell-off in shares of Home Depot, Johnson & Johnson and Boeing. Wal-Mart, the world’s biggest retailer, also cut down its full-year outlook. As of 8:33 a.m. MDT, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 199 points, or 1.3 percent, to 15,142.

 Violence continues in Egypt, over 500 killed

Witnesses told Reuters that hundreds of Muslim Brotherhood supporters were marching on Thursday to protest Wednesday’s clashes between Egyptian security forces and Brotherhood demonstrators, which left more than 500 dead across the country.

Affidavits: Hannah Anderson’s mother, brother ‘tortured and killed’

The California man who kidnapped 16-year-old Hannah Anderson “tortured and killed” her mother and brother before snatching her as she left cheerleading practice, according to formerly sealed warrants that were released late on Wednesday. Investigators did not detail in the warrants how the torture was carried out, but they did reveal new details about how authorities believe James Lee DiMaggio carried out the killings and abduction.