Primary election results and more: 5 Things to Know for Wednesday, June 27

Posted at 5:45 AM, Jun 27, 2018

Good morning. Here are 5 Things to Know for Wednesday, June 27, 2018.

1. Primary election results
Democratic U.S. Rep. Jared Polis and Republican state Treasurer Walker Stapleton won their respective party primaries Tuesday for the Colorado governor's race. See full results here:

2. A big upset in New York
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a 28-year-old Latina running her first campaign, ousted 10-term incumbent Rep. Joe Crowley in New York's 14th congressional district. Crowley is the fourth-ranked Democrat in the House.

3. It's Bike To Work Day!
Wednesday is Bike to Work Day! More than 36,000 people are expected to bike to work, according to Way To Go, a group whose mission is to reduce congestion and increase air quality. More than one-third of the cyclists will be biking to work for the first time. BikeToWorkDay.US offers a mapping program to find your best route to work.

4. Police investigate officer-involved shooting in Westminster
Police in Westminster are investigating an officer-involved shooting that put one man in the hospital Tuesday. According to police, a burglary suspectwas fleeing from police in a stolen car when he intentionally swerved toward a motorcycle cop. The officer on the bike shot and wounded the suspect. His condition is not known. 

5. It's going to be HOT!
Wednesday will be very hot again with highs in the upper 90s in Denver and in the low 100s over southeastern Colorado and in the western valleys around Grand Junction. If the high reaches 100 degrees on Thursday, it will set a new record - beating the old mark of 99 degrees, set in 1986. Full forecast: