Denver in 5 minutes: What you need to know today, Feb. 18

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Paula Budzak, a member of the Quaker congregation, hold's Ingrid Latorre's son Anibal's hand. Living in sanctuary at the Mountain Friends Meeting near DU, Feb. 10, 2017. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)  immigration; deportation; sanctuary; kevinjbeaty; ingrid latorre; denver; denverite; colorado

Paula Budzak, a member of the Quaker congregation, hold's Ingrid Latorre's son Anibal's hand. Living in sanctuary at the Mountain Friends Meeting near DU, Feb. 10, 2017. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

Isn’t that a nice photo? We’ve got more, plus everything you’ll want to know before you head out into the world.

One suspect in the Sheridan light-rail station murder was a known “immigration enforcement priority”

When Ever Valles was about to leave the downtown Denver jail in December, the Denver Sheriff’s Department sent Immigration and Customs Enforcement a fax to tell them he had posted bond. But ICE says it didn’t see the fax in time to act on it. (Denverite)

The man accused of killing RTD guard Scott Von Lanken says he supports the Islamic State

But investigators say they have not found evidence the terror group had anything to do with the killing. (AP)

The Salvation Army will improve its Crossroads Shelter

The nonprofit estimates that it could cost $300,000 to replace temporary bathrooms, establish proper escape routes and install new fire sprinklers, per city requirements. (Denverite)

DIA reportedly lost $1.5 million in revenue from 2014 to ’16

An auditor says two rental car companies skipped out on thousands in rental car concession revenues. (Denverite)

Did you watch Nikola Jokic in the Rising Stars Challenge last night?

It was a lot of fun.

We put his face in a bunch of charts to show you how great he’s been.

And Nikola Jokic assist of the week isn’t sexy, but it’s good basketball. (Denverite)

Could we be headed for legal marijuana deliveries?

A bill introduced in the Colorado Senate would open the door to the possibility. (DP)

Denver didn’t win the federal government’s Smart City Challenge

But it’s pushing ahead on some of the ideas it proposed during the contest. (Denverite)

The Avs won!

In overtime. Good for them.

“RUB-A-DUB-DUB, DENVER WHEEL CLUB!”

Yeah, you need to know more about the Denver Wheel Club and the fight to bring a national race to the Wild West. (Denverite)

In unsurprising news…

Sen. Gardner voted yes and Sen. Bennet voted no to confirm Scott Pruitt lead EPA. (AP)

It’s been 90 years since a Rockefeller visited Pueblo,

But David Rockefeller Jr. is headed there soon to “learn more about the relatives of the people who worked in the mines and for the company” and “about that part of Colorado and how it’s doing today.” (CPR)

Huh…

It turns out one of the dangers of parkour is getting stuck in a chimney. (Denverite)

Buzzfeed says Kyle Clark is hot but not that hot

We’re still impressed that he beat out so many shirtless dudes. (Denverite)

OK, now go go something. (Denverite)

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