TODAY: Recreational Pot Shops in Aurora, Nurse Has Ebola, ‘Evil Clown’
DENVER — Here are your 10 Things to Know for Monday, Oct. 13, 2014.
1. First recreational marijuana shops to open in Aurora
Aurora, Colorado’s third-largest city, will join the list of cities where marijuana can be purchased legally by adults 21 and older. Euflora is set to open at 10 a.m. Aurora is allowing marijuana stores to stay open until 10 p.m., three hours later than in Denver.
2. Two dead after apparent domestic dispute in Commerce City
Two people were found dead inside a Commerce City home after an apparent murder-suicide. A man and a woman in their 50s were found dead of apparent gunshot wounds in the 5700 block of East 65th Way.
3. Broncos have too much for Jets
The Broncos built a 24-7 lead then held on to beat the New York Jets, 31-24, to improve to 4-1. The Broncos play the San Francisco 49ers next Sunday before hosting the San Diego Chargers four days later.
4. Colorado doctors more focused on the flu than spread of Ebola
The chances of getting Ebola are slim. And while it is a deadly virus, doctors say you should be more concerned about the flu.
5. Denver Diner closed after fire scorches kitchen, roof
An early-morning blaze shut down one of Denver’s most iconic 24-hour restaurants, the Denver Diner. The fire started in the kitchen and spread to the roof, sending customers and workers fleeing into the night.
6. Two arrested as police raid home in search of murder suspect
Commerce City police raided a town home after receiving a tip that a murder suspect was hiding there. The suspect was not found, but two other men were arrested and held for questioning, police said.
7. Texas nurse who had worn protective gear tests positive for Ebola
A nurse who had worn protective gear during her “extensive contact” at a Dallas hospital with an Ebola patient who died has tested positive during a preliminary blood test.
8. U.S. cities trading Columbus Day for Indigenous People’s Day
More cities are choosing to shift the Christopher Columbus Day holiday from Columbus to the people he encountered in the New World and their modern-day descendants.
9. Hundreds of demonstrators march from Ferguson to St. Louis
Hundreds of demonstrators marched 12 miles from Ferguson, Mo., to a downtown St. Louis plaza near its iconic Arch to deliver a message: They want the police officer who killed Michael Brown to be charged with a crime.
10. ‘Evil clown’ amuses, terrifies residents of California town
A macabre clown, or possibly a group of clowns, has been seen recently after dark in Wasco, Calif. Residents say they’ve seen a clown roaming the streets every night since Oct. 1. Locals look for him at night with the help of social media.