Douglas County

A tornado caused damage along Devils Head Trail on Tuesday, July 21, 2015. (credit: CBS)

Rare Myth-Busting Tornado Touches Down In Colorado

You may have heard at some point in your life that hills or mountains will protect you from a tornado. But that’s a common misconception and it was proven wrong Tuesday about an hour southwest of Denver.


Glenn Martin (credit: Family photo)

More Guns Turned In For Testing In Stray Bullet Camper Death Case

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is testing more guns in hopes of finding the person responsible for the death of a camper.


Hundreds of trees lay flattened in the vicinity of Devils Head Trail after an EF1 tornado touched down. (credit: CBS)

Front Range Hiking Trail Closed After Damage From Possible Tornado

Crews from the U.S. Forest Service are still working to determine the size of the area impacted.


The fast-rushing South Platte River on July 14, 2015. (credit: CBS)

South Platte Water Levels Drop, Some Restrictions Lifted

The water level in the South Platte River are finally starting to drop, and officials in two counties have lifted the recreational restrictions they have had in place.


Christopher Dasbach  (credit: Douglas County Sheriff's Office)

Search On For Missing Man With Dementia In Douglas County

Authorities in Douglas County would like the public’s help locating an endangered man.


Rev. Richard Kurtz (credit: FBI)

12-Year Prison Sentence For Priest In Child Porn Case After Assault In Colorado

A Catholic priest who was a teacher years ago at a Detroit high school has been sentenced to 12 years in prison in a child pornography case.


Glenn Martin (credit: Family photo)

Weapons Turned In After Deadly Shooting Of Camper

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office has received at least one weapon for testing after a camper was killed earlier this month. It’s the latest tactic as investigators work to determine where the fatal bullet came from.


Glenn Martin (credit: Family photo)

Douglas County Sheriff Offers To Test Guns In Camper Shooting

The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office is offering to test the guns of people who were shooting near where a camper was killed as it tries to find out where the fatal bullet came from.


Glenn Martin (credit: Family photo)

Daughter Of Camper Killed By Stray Bullet: ‘If You’re Going To Be Dumb, You Better Be Tough’

Douglas County investigators believe a stray bullet from a high-powered weapon killed 60-year-old Glenn A. Martin. They haven’t found the shooter and his devastated family is hoping for some closure.


The Rainbow Falls Park area of the Pike National Forest (credit: CBS)

Coroner Identifies Camper Killed By Apparently Stray Bullet

The man who was hit by a bullet and killed while camping with his family on Friday in the Pike National Forest was a 60-year-old Monument man.




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