5 Things to Know for Nov. 30

Posted at 11:15 AM, Nov 30, 2018

Good morning and happy Friday, Colorado. Here are 5 Things to Know for Friday, Nov. 30, 2018. 

1. Prosecutors released more documents related to Chris Watts murder case

The district attorney's office dumped a massive collection of documents following open records requests from Denver7. Our staff went through hours and hours of interviews and condensed it into the most important parts. You can watch the videos here

2. Marriott says guest reservation database was breached

The breach may have exposed the personal information of about 500 million guests. The company is investigating how this happened, but it knows it somehow involves the Starwood guest reservation database. Here's how to check if you're impacted

3. Looking for something fun to do this weekend?

We have you covered, but be sure to bundle up! You can enjoy the Zoo Lights at the zoo or enjoy the Denver Parade of Lights. Or, opt to stay warm at the Denver Art Museum, which has waived its entry fee on Saturday. Here's details on those events, plus more options.  

4. Rain and snow in the forecast for Friday and the weekend

Five to 10 inches of snow will fall in the mountains and light snow and rain is expected in the Denver metro area. Rain will switch over to snow in the afternoon or evening. Here's more on this weekend's forecast

5. Send us your porch pirate videos!

For the next month, if you capture someone stealing packages on camera, send us the video. We'll show the video on air or on social media. Here's how to submit your videos.