DENVER — Here are your 10 Things to Know for Monday, April 7, 2014.
1. Search resumes for missing father and son
The search will resume Monday in the Echo Lake area for a father and son from Minnesota who did not return home over the weekend as scheduled from a hiking trip to Colorado.
2. 15-year-old allegedly stabs brother multiple times
A 17-year-old was in serious condition Sunday after being stabbed multiple times, allegedly by his 15-year-old brother Sunday night during an argument at Faith Baptist Church in Longmont.
3. Suspects sought in drive-by shooting at a 7-Eleven
Denver Police were searching for two suspects in a drive-by shooting at a 7-Eleven in the 8700 block of Montview Boulevard. DPD described a suspect as a heavy-set black male in a baseball cap who fired from a green Chevrolet Lumina.
4. Reserved parking spots available at DIA
Denver International Airport has started a program that allows travelers to reserve specific parking spaces in the east and west garages. It costs $4 for the spot in addition to the daily $23 fee.
5. Aurora woman wants her cats back
An Aurora woman who couldn’t take care of 46 cats in her home is trying to get some of them back. Almost Home Adoptions agreed to return five of the animals, but the woman says the shelter has changed its mind.
6. ‘Promising lead’ in search for Flight 370
A pinger locator has detected signals consistent with those sent by a flight data recorder and a cockpit voice recorder, the most promising lead yet in the search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
7. Tearful Pistorius takes stand in murder trial
Oscar Pistorius took the stand in his murder trial in which he is accused of intentionally killing his girlfriend. Pistorius was emotional on the stand and apologized to his girlfriend’s family.
8. Mickey Rooney dies at 93
Legendary actor Mickey Rooney died in Los Angeles on Sunday night. He was 93.
9. 1-year-old rescued at sea by U.S. Navy
A U.S. Navy frigate rescued a 1-year-old girl who became seriously ill on a sailboat hundreds of miles off Mexico.
10. Cops, firefighters brawl in charity hockey game
An annual charity hockey game between the New York Police Department and the Fire Department of New York got out of control when the teams brawled, causing a 25-minute delay.