Hail Hits Douglas County, Damages VehiclesA strong hail storm swept through Douglas County on Friday afternoon, destroying some cars and causing other damage to the area.
Emotional Day Of Testimony In Sentencing For Hit & Run DriverIt was an emotional day of testimony for the sentencing of Eric Henderson, the drunk driver who admitted to killing a Colorado State Trooper. He was sentenced to eight years in prison followed by parole.
Grazing Goats Provide Wildfire Mitigation For Metro NeighborhoodOne homeowner’s association in Castle Pines has decided to use the eating power of goats as a long term solution to fire mitigation.
Douglas County Deputy Hit By Suspected Drunk DriverA Douglas County Sheriff's deputy used a crash to remind driver of the dangers of drinking and driving.
Metro Area Roads Buckle In The HeatRoads across the Denver metro area are buckling, possibly due to the heat.
Deputy: Thieves Targeting Douglas County Because Residents Are 'Trusting'The Douglas County Sheriff's Office is sending a warning to residents after a series of car thefts and break-ins.
Former Highlands Ranch Teacher Sentenced For Sexual Exploitation Of A ChildA former teacher at ThunderRidge High School found guilty of three counts of sexual exploitation of a child has been sentenced to 21 years in prison.
Judge: Douglas County School Voucher Program Moves Forward, No Religious SchoolsA judge ruled in the fight over school vouchers in Douglas County on Thursday afternoon. The program can move forward but it will not include religious schools.
Federal Judge Rejects Challenge To Douglas County VouchersA federal judge has rejected an attempt to force the Douglas County school district to allow vouchers to be used at religious schools.
Douglas County School District Sued Again For 'Unconstitutional' Voucher ProgramThe Douglas County school district is headed back to court for concerns surrounding their voucher program, a debate that began years ago.
2 Former Douglas County Teachers File Discrimination LawsuitTwo former Douglas County teachers, allegedly forced to retire early due to their illnesses, have filed a discrimination lawsuit against the school district.
Couple's Travel Insurance Doesn't Include Zika Virus ConcernsAn expecting husband and wife who cancelled their trip in the Caribbean due to concerns over the Zika virus, feel frustrated that their travel insurance is refusing to reimburse them.

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