5 Things to Know: July 12, 2017

Posted at 5:55 AM, Jul 12, 2017

DENVER -- Good morning! Here's what you need to know today, Wednesday July 12.

1. Mayor’s list of spending suggestions for November bond measure
The Mayor’s Office is expected to release a revised list for an $800 to $900 million bond package for November’s ballot.

2. Colorado Western Slope Veteran One Stop
Executive director of the Colorado Department of Military and Veterans Affairs, Adjutant General Maj. Gen. Michael A. Loh, will host a the event in Grand Junction today.

3. Strike at Denver International Airport
Hundreds of workers at DIA are expected to go on strike today, protesting against a private contractor. Workers want the company to address concerns over wages, working conditions and more.

4. Lone Tree Reservoir not closing after all
A change of ownership won't close Lone Tree to the public next year. The new owner will allow boating and fishing.

5. Cooler but stormier weather
Wednesday and Thursday will be more active in terms of thunderstorms as some tropical moisture flows into the central Rockies from Arizona and Mexico. Expect temperatures in the 80s.