TODAY: Two Women Shot to Death, Resort Openings Delayed, Family With 12 Sons
DENVER — Here are your 10 Things to Know for Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014.
1. Two women found shot to death
Two women were found shot to death inside an apartment on South Parker Road near Interstate 225.
2. Mystery surrounds man who left Broncos game and walked to Pueblo
The mystery continues as to why a Kremmling man left a Broncos game at halftime and walked more than 100 miles before being found in Pueblo.
3. Explosions at homeless camp shut down light rail line in Lakewood
A light rail station was closed after minor explosions at a homeless encampment in Lakewood.
4. Copper Mountain, Keystone delay openings; Loveland to open Saturday
A warm October has forced Copper Mountain and Keystone to delay their openings, but Loveland Ski Area announced it will open Saturday morning.
5. Child battling cancer gets to be Aurora police officer for a day
Gabe Santistevan, a 9-year-old battling cancer, was sworn in as an Aurora police officer for a day, and was greeted by Miles, the Broncos mascot, and members of the police department.
6. Jeb Bush tells Colorado Gardner, Beauprez ‘won’t let you down’
Former Florida governor and potential 2016 presidential candidate Jeb Bush told a few hundred Republicans they can help fix Washington by electing a “principled, centered” conservative like GOP U.S. Senate hopeful Cory Gardner.
7. Mental Health Center of Denver to break ground on new clinic for children, families
The Mental Health Center of Denver will break ground at Eudora Street and East 35th Avenue for a new clinic that will specifically help children and families.
8. Terminally ill Brittany Maynard decides not to end her life Saturday
Brittany Maynard, the terminally ill woman who was going to end her life Saturday, says she has decided to delay it, saying ” it doesn’t seem like the right time right now.”
9. Costco: Our employees ‘deserve’ Thanksgiving off
At Costco, the Black Friday deals won’t begin until, well, Friday. The warehouse retail chain will again stay closed on Thanksgiving this year, bucking the trend of retailers opening their doors earlier and earlier.
10. Family with 12 sons expecting 13th child
Kateri and Jay Schwandt of Michigan have 12 children — all sons. And now No. 13 is on the way, but the family is split on whether they want a girl.