DENVER — Here are your 10 Things to Know for Friday, Nov. 7, 2014.
1. Husband indicted in 2012 fatal fall of wife at Rocky Mountain National Park
A Highlands Ranch man has been indicted by a federal grand jury on a first-degree murder charge in the death of his wife at Rocky Mountain National Park in 2012.
2. Democrats poised to hold Colorado House majority; GOP may take back Senate
Adams County is likely to settle which party will control the state Senate, where Democrats are still clinging to hope that they can retain their 18-17 majority. If Republicans win Senate District 24, they will control the state Senate.
3. Deputies looking for bus driver who may have seen Wal-Mart shooting
Sheriff’s deputies are looking for the driver of a yellow bus who may have been a witness to a fatal shooting at a Wal-Mart parking lot.
4. Traffic to get much worse at Sixth Avenue and I-25 construction area
Congestion along Interstate 25 and Sixth Avenue will get worse for about 10 days starting Friday. Workers will reconfigure the interchange, Federal Boulevard will be reduced to one lane each direction and the westbound Sixth Avenue off-ramp to Federal will close for 10 days..
5. Great weather on tap for weekend, but cold snap is coming
The weekend weather looks spectacular, with lots of sun and mild temperatures. But there’s a cold snap coming early next week along with a chance of snow.
6. Study: More people develop colon cancer earlier in life
A medical study has found cases of colon cancer in young people are going to double in the next 15 years if the current trend continues.
7. Postal Service launches Sunday delivery for the holidays
The U.S. Postal Service is expanding its holiday schedule to deliver packages seven days a week in some cities. It expects to handle 15.1 billion cards, letters and parcels this holiday season, including 470 million packages.
8. Bengals make big donation to children’s hospital
The Cincinnati Bengals made a donation of more than $1.3 million to Cincinnati Children’s Hospital on sales of jerseys of Devon Still, whose daughter, Leah, is battling a rare pediatric cancer.
9. Photo believed to be the oldest that has a human in it
An image taken in Paris in 1838 is believed to be the earliest known photograph featuring a person.
10. Shopper attacked after telling mom to quiet her screaming child
A California woman was attacked outside a Nordstrom Rack store after telling a mother to quiet her screaming child. The woman told KPIX she was punched in the face after telling the mother to quiet her child.