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DENVER — Here are your 10 Things to Know for Monday, Jan. 5, 2015.

1. Police fatally shoot armed man outside of Evans pool hall

Police shot and killed a man who they said raised a gun in a threatening manner toward officers outside an Evans bar late Sunday night.

2. 3-year-old Greeley girl dies in mobile home fire

A 3-year-old girl died in a mobile home fire after her mother allegedly left her alone for an indeterminate period of time.

3. Off-duty JeffCo sheriff’s deputy killed while helping with accident

Veteran Jefferson County sheriff’s deputy Sean Renfro died while helping with an accident on U.S. 285 while he was off duty.

4. Broncos to face Peyton Manning’s former team, Indianapolis, in playoffs

The Indianapolis Colts beat the Cincinnati Bengals, 26-10, setting up an AFC Divisional playoff game against the Broncos. Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning will go against his former team at 2:40 p.m. Sunday at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.

5. Historic Royal Hotel and Bar burns to the ground in Yampa

The Royal Hotel and Bar in Yampa burned to the ground. The hotel, constructed between 1903 and 1906, was a total loss, firefighters said. No injuries were reported.

6. Man shot to death off Bruce Randolph Avenue in Denver

A man was shot to death near the intersection of Bruce Randolph Avenue and St. Paul Street. The death was being investigated as a homicide and appeared to be a drive-by shooting.

7. 3-week-old girl taken after parents shot in California is found dead

A 3-week-old girl who was abducted after her mother, father and uncle were shot has been found dead, authorities in California said.

8. NYPD officers turn backs on mayor at slain officer’s funeral

For the second time in days, New York police — joined by officers from departments across the country — buried one of their own Sunday. And again, a silent protest in blue repeated itself as some officers turned their backs on the city’s mayor.

9. St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke to build NFL stadium in Los Angeles suburb

Stan Kroenke, the owner of the St. Louis Rams who also owns sports properties and the Pepsi Center in Colorado, is planning to build a new stadium near Los Angeles, a sign the team could be moving back to California.

10. $500 fine for wearing a hoodie proposed in Oklahoma

It could soon be illegal for people in Oklahoma to wear clothing that covers their faces, including hooded sweatshirts. Under the proposal, the fine for hiding your identity in public would be $500.

 

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