Good morning! Here are 5 Things to Know for Monday, May 14, 2018.
1. Fallen soldier to be laid to rest
Today, Army Spc. Gabriel Conde will be laid to rest at Fort Logan National Cemetery in Denver. There will be a procession from Longmont to Fort Logan starting this afternoon around 12:45.
2. Storms possible this afternoon
We're off to a soggy start but things will dry out later in the day. Then, some thunderstorms are possible this afternoon between 1 and 3 p.m. Most of these storms will be on the far eastern plains for the evening commute.
3. Girl recovering from bear attack
A 5-year-old girl is recovering after being attacked by a bear in Grand Junction over the weekend. Kimberly Cyr has been upgraded to fair condition and doctors say she has more than six dozen stitches. Wildlife officials are now searching for the bear to euthanize it.
4. Several killed in Gaza violence
More than two dozen Palestinians were killed during protests in Gaza on Monday, hours before the new US embassy was due to officially open in Jerusalem, the Palestinian Ministry of Health announced.
5. Chili's announces data breach
Chili's is investigating a data breach that may have affected customers who used debit or credit cards at some of its restaurants. Chili's said it is just beginning an investigation into what happened, and is working with law enforcement.