DENVER — Here are your 10 Things to Know for Wednesday, May 21, 2014.
1. More severe storms in forecast
A day after severe storms hit the Front Range that included rain, hail and a tornado warning, more storms are in the forecast for Wednesday, and they are expected to be more widespread.
2. Five men indicted in home repair scam targeting seniors
Five men have been formally accused in a home repair scam that targeted senior citizens, the Colorado attorney general and Boulder district attorney announced.
3. Aurora apartment fire displaces three families
Arson investigators will continue to look into an early-morning apartment fire in Aurora that displaced three families.
4. 16-year-old boy dies at Colorado National Monument
A 16-year-old boy fell nearly 100 feet and died at Colorado National Monument. Authorities say he went over the guardrail and fell off the edge of a cliff.
5. Two injured in drive-by shooting
Two men were injured after a drive-by shooting outside a liquor store in west Denver and police are looking for a green Cadillac with gold trim in connection with the shooting.
6. Suspect who fired at officers formally charged
A man accused of firing at officers while in custody at a Denver police station has been formally charged with multiple counts.
7. Aurora to crack down on impaired drivers
Officers in Aurora will conduct a roadside sobriety checkpoint Friday as part of the DUI Checkpoint Colorado program, which begins Memorial Day weekend and continues through Labor Day weekend.
8. Puppy Chihuahua stolen from Thornton pet store
A couple and their child strolled out of Pet Ranch in Thornton without paying for a teacup Chihuahua valued at $1,000 on Sunday afternoon, said the store owner, who is seeking help in identifying the puppy thieves.
9. Ex-Rockies catcher reportedly bites ear of teammate
Former Rockies catcher Miguel Olivo, now playing in the minor leagues, got into a scuffle with teammate Alex Guerrero and reportedly bit his ear during a game in Salt Lake City.
10. Student could be banned from graduation
A high school senior in Georgia could be banned from graduation after the fallout following her quote that appeared in the yearbook.