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Harold Henthorn with his first wife, Lynn (left) and his second wife Toni (credit: CBS)

Detective: Harold Henthorn Told ‘Different Variations Of Events’

Harold Henthorn, the Highlands Ranch man charged with killing his second wife and now suspected in the death of his first wife, told inconsistent stories about the deaths of both of his wives, according to testimony in federal court Monday.

05/11/2015

Harold Henthorn with his first wife, Lynn (left) and his second wife Toni (credit: CBS)

Henthorn Friend Wore ‘Wire’ For Investigation

A friend of accused murderer Harold Henthorn wore a “wire” and recorded conversations with the Highlands Ranch man as part of a law enforcement scheme to see if they could catch Henthorn confessing to killing either of his wives, who both died under unusual circumstances.

05/07/2015

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Pot Delivery Services Thriving In Colorado’s Black Market

Legalizing marijuana was supposed to largely eliminate the black market for pot, but a CBS4 Investigation found dealers have come off the street corner and onto the Internet, openly posing as legitimate delivery services.

05/06/2015

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Airplane Pilots Reporting Increase In Drone Encounters In The Sky

The Federal Aviation Administration bans the commercial use of drones but the high-flying devices are so popular with hobbyists, they are becoming a threat to airplanes.

05/04/2015

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Adams County Deputy Acquitted On Sex Charges

An Adams County jury acquitted former Sheriff’s Deputy Henry Ford II Thursday on multiple sex assault and incest charges that cost him his job as a deputy.

04/30/2015

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Welfare Recipients Spending At Strip Clubs, Liquor Stores, Luxury Destinations

As state lawmakers vow to crack down on prohibited welfare transactions in Colorado, a CBS4 investigation has found Colorado welfare recipients spending their payments at luxury destinations across the country.

04/27/2015

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THC Found In Oklahoma Man Who Committed Suicide

Luke Goodman, the Oklahoma man who killed himself last month after ingesting marijuana edibles, had a “moderate” amount of the active ingredient in marijuana in his system according to the Summit County Coroner.

04/24/2015

This 30 March 1981 file photo shows John Hinckley Jr. (L) escorted by police in Washington, DC, following his arrest after shooting and seriously wounding then US president Ronald Reagan. A federal judge ruled 17 December 2003 Hinckley can make local visits with his family from St. Elizabeth's Hospital in Washington, DC, where he has been held. AFP PHOTO/FILES (credit: AFP/Getty Images)

One-Time Evergreen Man Who Shot President Reveals Thoughts In Letters

Testimony continues as a court will decide on future freedoms for the man from Evergreen who shot President Ronald Reagan. CBS4 Investigator Rick Sallinger shares the letters he received from John Hinckley, Jr.

04/23/2015

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Fast & Furious: Street Racers Targeted By Law Enforcement

A police crackdown is underway on illegal street racing in Colorado. A CBS4 Investigation has found street racing is no longer relegated to empty roads in the middle of nowhere; the cars are now speeding down Denver interstates on a weekly basis.

04/23/2015

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College America Recruiting Under Fire, Heads To Court

A court hearing is underway in which the Colorado Attorney General is asking a judge to stop certain recruiting practices of College America because of claims it’s misleading students.

04/22/2015

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