Good morning. Here are 5 Things to Know for Friday, Aug. 3, 2018.
1. The Central 70 project starts today
2. The Aurora police chief defended his officer's actions
On Thursday afternoon, the chief said the officer who fatally shot a Vietnam veteran after the 74-year-old shot a home intruder is "heartbroken." Here's the latest on this incident.
3. Colorado fires leave ruin in their path
The most destructive wildfire in Colorado this season left not only a changed landscape behind, but changed lives. We talked with residents as they return to their homes and start the long process of rebuilding their lives.
4. Beautiful view of Red Rocks
On Friday morning, we flew over the Red Rocks Amphitheatre and foothills and while it was a bit cloudy out then, the sun will start peeking out soon. Be prepared for possible storms later this afternoon.
5. Denver's March on the NRA
The march will take place at the state capital this weekend. Organizers posted on Facebook that "we should be able to protect ourselves with sensible laws on guns." Click here for more information. One group has withdrawn from the rally after receiving death threats on social media.