TODAY: Broncos Blues, Pilot dead after crash in Adams County, Golden Globes

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DENVER — Here are your 10 Things to Know for Monday Jan. 12, 2015.

1. Mourning after — 6 takeaways from the Broncos’ playoff debacle and where they go from here

Except for the first drive of the game, there was not a lot of positive takeaways from the Broncos’ 24-13 loss to the Indianapolis Colts  in an AFC Divisional playoff game at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.

2.   Pilot dead after small plane crashes in Adams County

The pilot was identified as Wade Howard Tefft, 41, of Brighton. He was the only person on board the plane and was described as an experienced pilot.

3. 2 men sought after crashing stolen vehicle through Cherry Creek State Park gate

Two car thieves led police on a chase that led to an Englewood Police officer’s vehicle rolling over.

4.  California apple packing plant linked to deadly listeria outbreak

Six people may have been killed by the bacteria, and more than 30 people across 11 states have also reported being sick.

5. Kerry defends absence from unity rally, will go to Paris

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry defended the Obama administration against criticism for not having a high level official attend a unity march in Paris and said he will head to France on Thursday.

6.  NYPD, other law enforcement on alert after ISIS threat resurfaces

The threat specifically named the United States, France, Australia and Canada as targets.

7. New discovery: AirAsia Flight QZ8501 exploded after hitting the water

Searchers have found the flight recorders of AirAsia Flight QZ8501 in the Java Sea, officials said, a major breakthrough in the effort to figure out why the plane crashed last month.

8. Obama pitching initiatives ahead of State of the Union speech

Cybersecurity and Internet access will be themes in the coming week as President Barack Obama highlights the agenda he will be emphasizing in his State of the Union address.

9. Worldwide people ride subways, trains, and light rails – pantless

It was the 14th annual no pants subway ride, this year the global tradition made its way to Germany.

10. Golden Globes: Shockers, romance and Cosby jokes

Complete list of winners, including “Boyhood”and George Clooney winning big.