The robbery suspect who left an RTD bus driver injured was captured late Tuesday night.
Deputies in the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office are searching for a “dangerous” man who robbed a bus driver and hurt him in the process.
A federal judge has ruled that prosecutors will be allowed to tell a jury about the death of Harold Henthorn’s first wife in 1995 when the Highlands Ranch man goes on trial for the death of his second wife.
The federal judge presiding over the murder case against Harold Henthorn termed the 1995 death of Henthorn’s first wife, Lynn, “pretty bizarre,” during court proceedings in Denver Tuesday morning.
Harold Henthorn, the Highlands Ranch man charged with killing his second wife and now suspected in the death of his first wife, told inconsistent stories about the deaths of both of his wives, according to testimony in federal court Monday.
This year’s property valuations are in the mail and will reflect the impact of higher prices brought on by high demand and a low supply of homes in the metro area.
An atheist group has reached a settlement with a Douglas County school.
There was a grand opening Sunday for a new sports training center in Highlands Ranch owned by Chauncey Billups, Chris Kuper and Brandon Stokley.
The Miller Activities Center, or MAC, is boasting a new mountain bike race series in Castle Rock.
Navy officials say a SEAL killed when his parachute malfunctioned during training in Southern California was a 29-year-old Colorado man who completed basic training to become a SEAL last year.