DENVER — Here are your 10 Things to Know for Monday, June 16, 2014.
1. Missing 9-year-old boy found safe
A 9-year-old boy who went missing from his northeast Denver home was found save about 5 miles away in Aurora.
2. Denver Sheriff’s captain accused of assaulting boyfriend
A female captain with the Denver Sheriff’s Department was arrested on domestic violence charges and is expected to go before a judge Monday.
3. Man shot to death in Lakewood motel
Lakewood Police are looking for help after a man was shot to death Saturday evening inside a Lakewood motel.
4. Suspect in murder of 19-year-old due in court
Christopher Waide, charged with killing 19-year-old Pueblo woman Lea Porter, is due to make his first court appearance.
5. Van Dyken-Rouen accident shines spotlight on ATV dangers
As Olympic swimmer Amy Van Dyken-Rouen left the intensive care ward Sunday for the first time after a serious ATV accident, one expert was hoping some good could come from the incident: The awareness of the dangers of ATVs.
6. U.S. plays first World Cup match
The U.S. will play its first Group G match at the World Cup on Monday afternoon when it takes on Ghana, which has ousted the Americans in the past two World Cups.
7. Hail to the champs
The San Antonio Spurs routed the Miami Heat to win the NBA championship in five games, giving the Spurs their fifth title.
8. Starbucks will offer workers two years of free college
Starbucks announced it will offer full- and part-time employees a generous tuition reimbursement benefit that covers two full years of classes.
9. Army general to start investigating how, why Bergdahl left base
A two-star U.S. Army general will begin investigating this week how and why Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl left his base in Afghanistan, resulting in his capture, a senior defense official said.
10. 3-year-old kicked out of KFC
A 3-year-old girl who was mauled by a pit bull that required her to wear a patch over her eye was kicked out of a KFC in Jackson, Miss., along with her grandmother because her appearance was upsetting customers.