Lightning Victim: 'Died Doing What She Loved'Heartbroken neighbors searched for answers after the death of Laura Miller. She was struck by lightning and killed, along with her horse.
Woman Struck, Killed By Lightning IdentifiedThe woman who was riding her horse when she was killed Sunday evening by a lightning strike has been identified.
Residents Rattled By Lightning Deaths Of Horse And RiderA woman and her horse were killed by a lightning strike Sunday evening in Douglas County.
Woman, Horse Killed By Lightning Strike In Douglas CountyDouglas County authorities responded to the 7000 block of Rainbow Creek Road Sunday afternoon following a fatal lightning strike southwest of Sedalia.
Pastor: 'God Had Different Plan' For Iconic Denver ChurchThe iconic Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception has been wrapped in scaffolding for months. What is typically an eye-catching landmark has become a large eyesore in downtown Denver.
Crews Get Quick Handle On Brush Fire Near SedaliaA wildfire broke out late Saturday afternoon south of Denver and crews quickly got it under control.
Dry Conditions Spark Numerous Brush Fires Across Front Range In One DayThree brush fires broke out across the Front Range on Saturday, one forcing the closure of a major highway.
Top Spots To Go Star And Moon Gazing Near DenverPlan a romantic night out for two, and enjoy the beauty of the night sky in Colorado. Here are five fantastic places for stargazing near Denver.
Detective: Harold Henthorn Told ‘Different Variations Of Events’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.
Dozens Of Prairie Dogs To Get New Home In SedaliaA property owner in Sedalia has donated land where dozens of seized prairie dogs will find a new home.
Sheriff: Henthorn's Wife’s Death ‘No Accident’Douglas County Sheriff Tony Spurlock says the death of Harold Henthorn’s first wife, Lynn, in 1995 was not an accident, despite his department reaching that conclusion 20 years ago.
Mountain Group That Helps Military Families Feels Blessed With Donated BusA group that helps military families firmly believes the mountains have the power to heal, and they're doing a much better job at helping those families thanks to a massive donation from a Front Range company.

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