5 Things to Know for Nov. 20

Posted at 11:00 AM, Nov 20, 2018

Good morning. Here are 5 Things to Know for Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2018. 

1. Chris Watts sentenced to five life terms 

Chris Watts was sentenced Monday to five consecutive terms of life in prison for killing his pregnant wife Shanann and their two young daughters, Bella and Celeste. We heard from Watts' parents and Shanann's parents, who shared their testimony in court. 

2. One person died and four people were injured in a shooting downtown 

The shooting occurred in broad daylight near the busy intersection of 21st Avenue and Lawrence Street around 4 p.m. The suspect, or suspects, is still at large. The intersection was closed for about 12 hours after the shooting. 

3. New report urges parents to avoid buying these toys for their children

The 33rd annual Trouble in Toyland report details concern about some slime products, a jet plane that makes excessive noise, unlabeled choking hazards and smart toys that may give out your children's personal information and location to other companies. These are the toys that raised concern

4. The Salvation Army will serve hundreds of Thanksgiving meals

All members of the community are invited to the Denver Convention Center on Thursday to enjoy a free, warm Thanksgiving Day meal. Doors open at 11 a.m., but you can start to line up at 9 a.m.  

5. Rolling Stones are rolling into Denver

After some speculation, it’s finally official! The Rolling Stones are coming to Denver to play at Broncos Stadium at Mile High on May 26, 2019. Want tickets? Click here.