From the Denver7 news desk: Breaking and weather news on Oct. 9, 2017

This is the Denver7 breaking developing news blog. Throughout the day, this story will be updated with both minor and large breaking news events that our readers care about. Check back as we continue to update this story. 


9 p.m.: Legacy High School students will see an increase in police presence Tuesday morning after a threatening note was found written on a desk Monday.

11 a.m.: Be on the lookout for downed tree branches and power lines. More reports continue to come into the newsroom of branches falling under the weight of the snow and taking power lines with them.

10:15 a.m.: I-70 is open in both directions between Morrison and Genesee.

10:02 a.m.: The westbound lanes of I-70 are back open between Morrison and Genesee. Eastbound lanes remain closed.

9:03 a.m.: Highway 119 is closed between Boulder and Nederland. CDOT is reporting multiple crashes there. Drive carefully!

8:57 a.m.: I-70 closed in both directions between Morrison and Genesee because of a crash; CDOT says expect "extended" closure. We're working to get more info.

8:15 a.m.: S. University Blvd. is closed in both directions south of the Denver Country Club due to downed power lines. Keep an eye out this morning -- heavy snow could lead to more downed tree branches and power lines around the metro area.

6:55 a.m.: Colorado Springs police need your help identifying a girl who was found alone out in the cold this morning:

5:55 a.m.: The University of Colorado A Line is experiencing 15 minute delays this morning because of maintenance. Plan for a little extra time.

5:30 a.m.: We're starting to see some weather-related school delays come in. So far, Regis Jesuit H.S. and Clear Creek School District RE-1 have announced 2-hour late starts. MORE: http://bit.ly/18ChWbE

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