DENVER — Here are your 10 Things to Know for Tuesday, Dec. 9, 2014.
1. Denver City Council approves record $6 million payment in Marvin Booker jail death
After a long legal process, the Denver City Council Monday night approved a $6 million settlement for Marvin Booker’s family. This comes as another deputy has been placed on leave following new allegations.
2. East High School kitchen closed due to rodent infestation
Denver Health Department inspectors ordered the kitchen at East High School to close due to a rodent infestation.
3. 22-year-old skier killed after apparently hitting tree
A 22-year-old man was killed at Eldora Ski Resort on Monday after apparently colliding with a tree while skiing.
4. Protesters shut down US 36 at rush hour
Demonstrators in Boulder turned rush hour traffic into a standstill on Highway 36 Monday evening. Protesting the grand jury decisions in Ferguson, Missouri and New York City, they made their way onto the freeway, chanting and holding signs.
5. Report finds state computers vulnerable to hacker attack
A just-released audit finds that Colorado state computer systems are vulnerable to a cyber attack.
6. Mafia Movers owners plead guilty to felony charge
The owners of a Lakewood-based moving company accused of trying to influence a public office and forging documents pleaded guilty to a felony charge.
7. 400 Colorado movie fans get sneak peek of “The Interview”
Four hundred people packed a Denver theater Monday night to celebrate the premiere of a new movie featuring Seth Rogan and also to celebrate Colorado’s cannabis revolution.
8. WATCH: Facebook video recalls biggest events of 2014
From ice buckets to marches in Ferguson, Facebook’s annual year in review video shows the biggest events of 2014.
9. Tom Fallis bonds out of jail, ordered to stay in Colorado and surrender weapons
A former sheriff’s deputy accused of killing his wife in their home in Evans almost three years ago is walking free after posting bond.
10. Denver nuns challenge Obamacare mandate in court
A group of Colorado nuns are taking on the federal government in court. Their birth control fight could have far-reaching implications. They’re anxiously awaiting a judge’s ruling.