Police are offering a reward of up to $2,000 for information related to the acid-type devices found in two Highlands Ranch parks.
Extra patrols are present in Highlands Ranch parks after a second explosive device was found just one day after the first one exploded, injuring a child.
A second explosive device similar to the one found at a park in Highlands Ranch on Tuesday has been found at another park in Highlands Ranch.
The suspect believed to have crashed into a school bus and then tried to carjack four other drivers has been identified.
After a group of children were injured by an explosive device Tuesday afternoon, deputies searched parks across Douglas County for similar devices.
Authorities in Douglas County are investigating a hit-and-run crash involving a school bus. The sheriff’s office says a man who wrecked his car then tried to carjack other vehicles during his getaway.
Managers of a toll road along Denver’s eastern edge say new fencing has significantly cut deer-car collisions along a troublesome stretch.
Federal prosecutors in the case of Harold Henthorn, the Highlands Ranch man charged with killing his second wife in 2012, are proposing to tell a jury that his first wife died under “bizarre circumstances” when a Jeep fell on her in 1995.
A Colorado State Patrol trooper and a Douglas County Sheriff’s deputy were taken to the hospital when they were struck and pinned by a vehicle on Interstate 25.
Harold Henthorn made three major contradictions in his statements to authorities on the night his first wife died and in subsequent days, according to a report authored by a private investigator at the behest of the Douglas County Coroner’s Office.