Good morning and welcome to Monday morning. Here are 5 Things to Know for Monday, Oct. 22, 2018.
1. Want to sell your house for cash?
If so, let Zillow know and the company may just take you up on that. On Monday, the real estate listing site added Denver to the list of markets where homeowners can get cash offers directly from Zillow instead of listing their home for sale and soliciting offers from buyers.
2. Toddler shot in El Paso County Sunday
A 2-year-old boy died at the hospital after he was fatally shot on Sunday in El Paso County. There is little information available this morning, but we expect to get updates on this incident today.
3. If you bought chicken salad recently in Colorado...
You will want to check the "best by" or "best if sold" dates on the boxes. A corn ingredient in the salads may be contaminated with salmonella and listeria. Here's how to check if your chicken salad is affected.
4. Swastikas and other Nazi references spotted on political signs in Breckenridge
Authorities in Summit County are investigating references to Nazism after someone spray-painted a swastika and the letters “SS” on political signs outside Breckenridge. The sheriff's office is offering a reward for those with information on the suspect(s).
5. Warm and sunny today, but a cold front is on the way
Today will bring temperatures in the upper 60s and low 70s, with 50s in the mountains. Clouds will increase across the Front Range tomorrow, with chances for rain in the afternoon and evening. Some spots in the mountains could see snow today, tomorrow or Wednesday. Here's your full forecast.