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5 Things to Know for Nov. 4, 2019: Patrick Frazee back in court, Broncos win and a diet app for kids

Posted at 8:18 AM, Nov 04, 2019

Good morning! Here are 5 Things to Know today.

1. Broncos win!
In his NFL debut, quarterback Brandon Allen provided a series of goosebumps and a 24-19 victory over the Cleveland Browns. He threw more touchdowns in the first half than Joe Flacco threw last month. While the Broncos celebrated, one Browns player tweeted threatening messages to media members and fans. The team waived him after the meltdown and Twitter suspended his account.

2. Theft from church in broad daylight
Denver police are searching for two women accused of stealing a filing cabinet filled with church records. Priest Alfonso Castillo said the church welcomed the women into the church and within minutes, they were caught on camera stealing the cabinet. Do you recognize them?

3. Frazee trial continues
Patrick Frazee, who's accused of killing his fiancee Kelsey Berreth in Woodland Park last Thanksgiving, is back in court for the second day of his trial today. To catch up on what happened on Friday — the first day — click here. And if you're looking for a timeline of this case, click here.

4. No snow this week!
After a snowy start to last week, we're in for much warmer temperatures this time around. While today will stay in the 40s, tomorrow will almost reach 60! Calm and sunny weather will last throughout the week and into the weekend.

5. Diet app for kids — good idea or harmful idea?
Earlier this year, Weight Watchers introduced an app called Kurbo, which is essentially a dieting app for children and teens. It sparked controversy right out of the gate from parents, nutritionists and more. In previously published reports, Weight Watchers has defended the app as a healthy approach to weight loss. What do you think? Send your thoughts to