Good morning! Here are 5 Things to Know for Monday, Oct. 29, 2018.
1. Thousands gather to honor victims of Tree of Life
A diverse crowd of almost 3,000 people gathered at Temple Emanuel Sunday night to honor the 11 victims killed in a mass shooting at Pittsburgh’s Tree of Life Synagogue. Denver Mayor Michael Hancock said we cannot let this attack be just another historic tragedy.
2. Denver officer shot early Sunday morning
A Denver police officer and a woman are expected to survive after an early morning shooting in a Denver neighborhood sent both of them to the hospital over the weekend. A man was taken into custody. Here's what we know.
3. Warm today, but freezing tomorrow
Get ready for a big swing in the weather. This afternoon will bring sunshine and temperatures in the mid 70s, but snow is a good possibility tomorrow. Here's your full forecast.
4. Red Sox win World Series
The Boston Red Sox defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers 5-1 on Sunday, winning the 114th edition of the Fall Classic four games to one. Here is coverage from the game.
5. Apply for college in Colorado for free tomorrow
High school students can apply to 32 Colorado colleges without paying the application fee on Tuesday, in celebration of Colorado Free Application Day. This is one day only. Here is the list of included schools.