Douglas County

An image of the crash from Copter4 (credit: CBS)

Civilian Tackles, Holds Suspect After Crash Involving School Bus

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.

02/03/2015

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Deer Fence Reduces Crashes On Stretch Of Colorado Toll Road

Managers of a toll road along Denver’s eastern edge say new fencing has significantly cut deer-car collisions along a troublesome stretch.

02/03/2015

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

Henthorn Prosecutors: ‘Similarities’ In Way Both Wives Died

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.

01/29/2015

The scene Monday morning (credit: Colorado State Patrol/Twitter)

Car Strikes Deputy, Trooper In Snowy Crash On I-25

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.

12/29/2014

Harold Henthorn and Sandra Lynn Rishell (courtesy to CBS)

New Report In Henthorn Case: ‘Contradictions’ In First Wife’s Death

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.

12/23/2014

Harold Henthorn and Sandra Lynn (courtesy to CBS)

Manner Of Death Changed For First Henthorn Wife

Nearly 20 years after the mysterious death of Sandra Lynn Henthorn on a remote road in Douglas County, CBS4 has learned that the Douglas County Coroner has changed the woman’s manner of death from “accident” to “undetermined.”

12/19/2014

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Denver Low-Income Housing Fund Will Expand Into Surrounding Communities

An affordable housing fund aimed at providing homes near transit hubs for lower-income residents will expand into the seven-county metro area in the next decade.

12/16/2014

Outside the state Capitol on Wednesday (credit: CBS)

Colorado’s High Court Hears School Voucher Case

The question of the separation of church and state came before Colorado’s Supreme Court with arguments about a school voucher program .

12/10/2014

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Man Hoping To Avoid Holiday Package Thieves Stays Home From Work

A Highlands Ranch man says he is taking extreme measures to deter thieves who have been stealing packages outside homes during the holiday season.

12/10/2014

Officer John Adsit (credit: CBS)

Hometown Support Strong For Injured Denver Cop

John Adsit is now known widely as the Denver police officer injured during Wednesday’s protests by East High School students.

But at the Douglas County Dolphins, he is simply Coach or Dad.

12/04/2014

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