Trail Users Cautious After Man Grabs WomanJoggers, walkers and hikers are a little more cautious or avoiding a popular trail in Highlands Ranch altogether after a man grabbed a woman last month in the middle of the day.
Sketch Released In Diamond K Trail Attack InvestigationInvestigators have released the sketch of the suspect wanted in an attack on a popular hiking trial in Highlands Ranch in the middle of the afternoon.
Family Hopes Henthorn's Guilty Verdict Puts Focus On First Wife's DeathRelatives of a woman whose husband was convicted of pushing her to her death off a cliff in Colorado's Rocky Mountain National Park hope the guilty verdict also brings justice for the man's first wife.
'Harold’s Love Was Lethal': Jury Convicts Henthorn Of MurderA federal jury convicted Harold Henthorn, 59, of first-degree murder Monday afternoon following about 10 1/2 hours of deliberation.
Deliberations Resume For Man Accused In Wife's Cliff DeathJurors have resumed deliberating in the trial of a man accused of shoving his wife to her death off a cliff in Colorado's Rocky Mountain National Park.
Henthorn Case In Hands of Jury, Victim's Brother Wants To 'Beat His Ass'The murder case against Harold Henthorn, 59, went to an eight-man, four-woman federal jury just after noon Friday.
Jury Deliberates Fate Of Man Accused In Wife's Cliff DeathA federal jury on Friday began deliberating the fate of a man accused of pushing his wife to her death off a remote cliff in Colorado's Rocky Mountain National Park.
The Latest: Closing Arguments Set In Trial Over Cliff DeathThe latest in the trial of a Colorado man charged with pushing his wife from a cliff.
Henthorn Defense Rests Without Calling Any WitnessesHarold Henthorn declined to call any witnesses nor testify on his own behalf as his defense team rested Thursday morning, moments after prosecutors rested their case following about two weeks of testimony.
Henthorn Relative: He Said ‘My Bride Is Gone’ After Death Of Each WifeWith the murder trial of Harold Henthorn winding down, prosecutors called his sister-in-law Grace Rishell to the stand Wednesday morning where she said after the death of his first wife in 1995, Harold Henthorn said, "My bride is gone."
Vehicle Theft Suspect Identified In Douglas CountyDetectives have identified a vehicle theft suspect in Highlands Ranch as incidents of vehicle trespasses and vehicle thefts continue to increase in Douglas County.
Henthorn Witness: 'One Of The Creepiest Things I've Come Across In My Life'The second week of the murder trial of Highlands Ranch man Harold Henthorn saw a series of prosecution witnesses testify about the unusual death of his first wife in 1995.