Good morning! Here are 5 Things to Know for Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2018.
1. One suspect died following a police chase and shooting Tuesday morning
One died, one suspect was injured and a third was taken into custody. Deputies with Douglas County Sheriff's Office attempted to stop a stolen vehicle just before the shooting. Here's what we know.
2. Denver City Council approves supervised injection site pilot program
It was approved by a 12-1 vote, but the Colorado General Assembly will have to pass a measure allowing for such sites before anything can move forward. If all approved, it would allow a supervised injection site for two years where intravenous drug users can use under the supervision of trained staff.
3. You can help make cancer research breakthroughs in Colorado
The American Cancer Society is funding more than $8 million in cancer research across campuses in Colorado. And you can help fund this research by supporting the NovemBEARD campaign. Denver7's Russell Haythorn and Jason Gruenauer have been participating all month. Here's more on this fundraiser, plus a way to donate.
4. Suspects accused of causing High Chateau Fire pleaded guilty
Kegan Owens, 19, who's one of the three men charged in connection with starting the High Chateau Fire that destroyed eight homes in Teller County this summer, pleaded guilty Monday to a class 6 felony in the case. He faces up to 18 months in prison or probation.
5. Heather Gardens seniors take safety into their own hands after deadly gas explosion
More than a week after a deadly home explosion at an Aurora senior living community that took the life of a beloved resident, homeowners want to know they're safe. They met on Monday to demand accountability.