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Mosque vandalism suspect in court and more: 5 Things to Know for July 28, 2017

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Posted at 6:01 AM, Jul 28, 2017
and last updated 2017-07-28 08:39:51-04

DENVER -- Good morning! Here’s what you need to know today, Friday, July 28.

1. Roads reopening after water main break in Centennial

The westbound lanes of Arapahoe Road are open again on Friday at Vine following a water main break in the area on Thursday.

2. Fort Collins Mosque vandalism suspect in court

A former Army medic accused of breaking glass doors and throwing a Bible into a Colorado mosque will appear in Larimer County court.

3. Aurora is getting a new rec center

The City of Aurora will be celebrating the groundbreaking of the city’s newly constructed recreation center in 40 years.  

4. Free Hepatitis C testing at the 16th St. Mall

Liver Health Connection will be providing Free Hepatitis C antibody testing at Skyline Park from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

5. Arapahoe County Fair tears down ride similar to Ohio fair's

Fair organizers have decided to shut down "Freak Out," a thrill ride similar to the Fire Ball ride at the Ohio County Fair that left at least one person dead and seven others injured on Thursday. The ride was torn down overnight.