DENVER — Here are your 10 Things to Know for Tuesday, Jan. 13, 2015.
1. John Fox out as coach of Broncos
John Fox and the Broncos mutually agreed to part ways after four seasons. Fox won four AFC West titles and guided the team to the Super Bowl last season but did not deliver on a Super Bowl championship.
2. Several candidates in line to be next Broncos coach
With John Fox out as Broncos coach, the team will look at several candidates for his replacement, including current offensive coordinator Adam Gase and former offensive coordinator Gary Kubiak.
3. Patient at Denver Health tests negative for Ebola
Colorado health officials announced a Denver Health Medical Center patient under observation for possible Ebola virus exposure tested negative for the virus.
4. Girl says men in black pickup truck tried to kidnap her in Parker
Police in Parker alerted the community about a case where a young girl says someone tried to kidnap her.
5. 200-foot-deep sinkhole reopens old mine shaft in Lafayette roadway
A 200-foot-deep sinkhole opened in Lafayette, revealing a disused coal mine shaft and a live gas line. Over the next few days, workers will back-fill the hole so that no one falls in, but the repair will not make the pit safe to drive on.
6. Gas price war in Fort Collins drops prices to crazy levels
Motorists in Fort Collins are benefiting from a gas price war between two stations at an intersection, where gas has fallen to around $1.50 per gallon.
7. Suspect arrested in double killing at homeless facility
Jamaal Marquiz Edwards, 29, was arrested in connection with a shooting at an apartment building run by a homeless coalition in east Denver. He is under investigation for two counts of first degree murder.
8. Searchers retrieve second AirAsia Flight QZ8501 black box; fuselage possibly located
Searchers have recovered both black boxes from AirAsia Flight QZ8501 and might have located the fuselage of the plane, an Indonesian official said.
9. U.S. Central Command Twitter, YouTube accounts hacked, by ISIS representatives
The Twitter and YouTube accounts of the military’s U.S. Central Command was hacked by people claiming to be working on behalf of the Islamic State militants
10. Flower girl, ring bearer walk down aisle again as bride and groom
Twenty years after walking down the aisle as ring bearer and flower girl, a Minnesota couple became husband and wife.