Denver in 5 minutes: What you need to know today, Aug. 11

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Crime

Indeterminate sentencing has actually kept some convicted rapists in Colorado out of prison.

A judge will decide today if the admitted Planned Parenthood shooter, who has been in treatment for delusion disorder, is fit to stand trial.

Real-life crime drama: The National Center for Media Forensics at CU Denver caught a murderer with his mumbling. (Westword)

Denver 911 dispatcher: “We’re just so tired.” (9) ?

Sports

Can you hear Carrie Underwood’s voice on the wind? Football is back.

The Rockies’ bullpen blew another late lead in a loss to the Rangers… Crap, are we stuck in Groundhog Day? (DP)

Development

Next up for RiNo redevelopment: 14 acres between 40th and 43rd streets on Brighton Boulevard. (DP)

Entertainment

Today in Denver, you can prove you haven’t lost your edge.

Weather

We’ve got bad news if you’re hoping to see the Perseid meteor shower tonight.

Transportation

The train to the plane is running again after a power outage caused major delays yesterday:

Feel better about the world

“As far as we know, this would be the first site or property in Colorado that would be recognized for its contribution to the gay rights movement,” Kara Hahn, senior city planner with the Landmark Preservation Commission, told YourHub. She’s talking about the First Unitarian Church of Denver. (DP)