Good morning. Here are 5 Things to Know for Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2018.
1. Hancock announces citywide effort to vacate low-level marijuana convictions
As part of Denver’s continuing effort to promote inclusion for people and communities disproportionally impacted by the war on drugs, the mayor announced a citywide effort to vacate low-level marijuana convictions that occurred before marijuana legalization.
2. No charges against Aurora police officer who killed homeowner who had just killed intruder
DA Dave Young said based on the evidence, there is no reasonable likelihood of success of proving any crimes beyond a reasonable doubt at trial. Here's what we know about this case.
3. Want to help the seniors displaced by the Windermere apartment fire?
Arapahoe County Commissioners have created a way for the public to help the seniors affected by The Windermere apartment fire. Here's how you can help.
What do you think? We're hearing mixed reactions on it, and will have a 360 report on the topic tonight. Watch the segment and then let us know what you think.
5. Chris Watts transferred from Colorado to an out of state prison
Four sources confirm to Denver7's Jace Larson that Chris Watts was transferred from the Denver Reception and Diagnostic Center, where a new prison inmate goes after conviction, to an undisclosed facility out of state. Here's what we know about this move.