DENVER — Here are your 10 Things to Know for Friday, June 6, 2014.
1. Police seeking truck in fatal hit-and-run
Denver Police are looking for two men in a white Chevrolet truck after it allegedly was used in a deadly hit-and-run at the corner of Clarkson Street and East 48th Avenue.
2. Jeffco School Board approves contract for superintendent
The Jefferson County School Board approved the $280,000 contract for new superintendent Dan McMinimee despite concerns from several members of the community.
3. Rockies stay local in draft
The Rockies selected former Thomas Jefferson High School left-handed pitcher Kyle Freeland with the No. 8 pick in the Major League Baseball draft.
4. Denver Police warn about crime plot targeting marijuana businesses
Denver Police have come out with a warning about a plot targeting marijuana dispensaries that could put the public in danger.
5. Families of kids caught in runaway bounce house consider legal action
Two Colorado families are considering lawsuits after two kids had a close call with a runaway bounce house.
6. Jack Elway pleads not guilty; trial set
Jack Elway, son of Broncos general manager John Elway, pleaded not guilty to an assault charge related to an argument with his girlfriend last weekend. He is scheduled to go to trial in August.
7. Ceremonies mark 70th anniversary of D-Day
World leaders met in Normandy, France, to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the D-Day invasions, a key turning point in World War II.
8. Jobs market returns to 2008 peak
The May jobs report says the economy added 217,000 jobs, four years after 8.7 million jobs were wiped out because of the recession.
9. Seattle shooting leaves one dead
A gunman opened fire at Seattle Pacific University, killing one person and wounding two before being tackled by a student security guard.
10. Pool repairman uses CPR on squirrel
A pool repairman came to the rescue of a drowning squirrel by giving it CPR.