Three Things You Need to Know on June 17th

June 17, 2019

A public tribute is set for tomorrow to remember late Broncos owner Pat Bowlen.  He died last week at the age of 75 after a lengthy battle with Alzheimer's.  Tomorrow's tribute will be held in the United Club Level at Broncos Stadium at Mile High from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  It will include memorabilia from his ownership of the team, as well as a video which celebrates his life.  A private funeral for Bowlen will be held next week. 

Flags around the state are flying at half-staff to honor a Colorado State Patrol trooper killed in the line of duty.  Trooper William Moden was hit by a car on Friday night along I-70 between Limon and Peoria while assisting with a crash.  A procession was held on Saturday on Moden's honor.  Governor Polis gave the order to fly flags at half-staff outside all public buildings until sunset on the day of the trooper's funeral.  Alcohol is suspected in the crash that killed the trooper.

India is raising tariffs on more than two-dozen U.S. products.  The tariffs that took effect Sunday include 70-percent levies on produce such as apples, lentils, and almonds, along with a number or chemical products.  India announced plans for these tariffs a year ago to retaliate against higher U.S. import duties on Indian steel and aluminum.