Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)James Farmer Jr. was asleep in his car last Friday when a man started attacking two teenagers outside. He intervened and was killed. The St. Francis Center will hold a memorial next week for James Farmer Jr., who reportedly was killed while attempting to protect two teenagers in the dead of night in downtown Denver. Farmer was asleep in his car last Friday when a man started attacking two teenagers outside, according to KDVR.
Good morning. Rain showers are falling on Denver this morning, but that should largely be over by 11 a.m., according to the National Weather Service. Some storms are possible east and southeast of the city. The high today is 67 degrees. This weekend should be cool, with highs around 75 degrees and a slight chance of evening showers and thunderstorms over the high terrain. Andrew Kenney writes about public spaces, Denver phenomena and whatever else.
Hi. Lots you should know about in Denver today, including potential severe weather, discolored water, the plan for Montbello, our investigation into dangerous shelter conditions and more. There’s a 20 percent chance of thunderstorms this afternoon. If they do materialize, they could bring strong winds and big-big hail.
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Selecting a term
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