Good morning. Here are 5 Things to Know for Monday, July 23, 2018.
1. A second person dies after mass shooting in Toronto
Two people have died and 13 others were injured in a shooting in a Toronto neighborhood overnight. The suspect is also dead, authorities said. Police are still investigating the shooter's motives.
2. Iran dismisses President Trump tweet
Iran and its president shrugged off an explosive tweet from President Trump Sunday evening. The country is more concerned with America's stepped-up sanctions that could damage the economy in Iran, according to the Associated Press.
3. We get a break from the heat!
A cold front is pressing its way through this area and will bring some relief after several days in the 90s. The high will reach into the high 70s this afternoon before dropping as afternoon storms roll through.
4. Man dies in parking lot off W. 6th Avenue
Police are investigating a homicide that occurred in the early hours of the morning today. A man was found with blood on his chest lying in a parking lot in front of LaMar's Donuts and Coffee.
5. Serious crash closes I-25 northbound lanes
A serious motorcycle crash closed all northbound lanes on I-25 in Thornton. The accident occurred at 5:55 a.m. and the lanes opened just after 7 a.m.