Amber Alert search continues and more: 5 Things to Know for Monday, June 25

Posted at 5:54 AM, Jun 25, 2018

Good morning. Here are 5 Things to Know for Monday, June 25, 2018.

1. Authorities still looking for 12-year-old boy
The search continues this morning for 12-year-old Jacob Roe, the subject of an Amber Alert out of Saguache County. Authorities say they believe the boy is with 60-year-old David Freeman, who may be driving a red 2014 Jeep Patriot with Colorado license plates 198 ZQO.

2. Funeral for Antwon Rose today
The funeral for Antwon Rose II, 17, an unarmed teen shot and killed by police last week, will be held today. Rose's death has prompted several days of protests in Pittsburgh.

3. Denver discusses green roof initiative
The Denver City Council is considering some changes to the voter-approved green roof initiative. The changes give developers a little more flexibility by allowing green space to be put somewhere else on a property instead of the roof and using a building's height to determine how much green space is required instead of the square footage.

4. More A Line flaggers removed today
RTD will remove flaggers from two more A Line crossings this morning -- at Havana and Chambers. Several other flaggers were removed last week and more are expected in the coming days. With the removal of crossing guards, communities can now apply for quiet zones along the A Line.

5. A hot week ahead!
The first full week of summer will certainly feel like it -- we're expecting high temperatures in the 90s most days this week and we'll be flirting with 100 by the end of the week.