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Disaster drill at DIA, Broncos report to camp, wet weather incoming: 5 Things to Know for 7/26

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Posted at 6:13 AM, Jul 26, 2017
and last updated 2017-07-26 08:51:48-04

DENVER – Good morning, everyone! Here’s what you need to know today on Wednesday, July 26.

1. Wet weather begins to impact Denver metro
 
A dose of overnight rain cleared way for a clean commute, but afternoon showers are expected to impact the Denver metro area. 
 
These showers have prompted an anticipated flash flood watch for southern regions of Colorado, including Colorado Springs.
 
 
2. Hit-and-run suspect located after boy hit in parker
 
Police thanked all of those who shared the story of a boy being hit by a driver just before noon on Tuesday, as they finally located the driver — who lived in the same neighborhood — hours later. 
 
Police warned drivers to keep their eyes peeled for kids, as summer break is in full swing. 
 
3. Broncos training camp begins
 
Players report today for training camp, although rookies have already been on campus for quite some time. This will mark the first time many players get the chance to compete for 53 coveted roster spots. Over 30 players will be cut over the next few weeks.
 
See what our own Broncos outsider Woody Paige has to say on that topic here. 
 
4. Broncos ticket sales begin (including half-price tickets!)
 
Get your trigger finger ready — Broncos single-game ticket sales begin today at 2 p.m., and with those sales come a once-in-a-season deal. 
 
Those lucky enough to capture half-priced tickets for Broncos games will get to brag about their accomplishments. To learn how to capture that prize, click here. 
 
5. Nothing is wrong at DIA — but you might see a disaster drill
 
If you see a large-scale emergency response at DIA, don't worry, it's local authorities preparing for disaster response. 
 
A large-scale training is scheduled for 9 a.m., but authorities could be seen at the airport throughout the morning.