A ‘Forgotten’ Murder: Four Years Later, Denver Family Still Wants Answers

March 28, 2017

Colorado's head of prisons was murdered four years ago when he opened the door to someone dressed as a pizza delivery man. The killer stole the uniform from a man he'd gunned down earlier --  Nathan Leon, a father of three from Commerce City. Today, Leon's family is still seeking answers about the case, like if it was part of a larger conspiracy. Then, Teddy Roosevelt and the exceptional band of Westerners known as "The Rough Riders," who helped win the Spanish-American war. And, history, hiking, and beer blend in a guidebook that's up for a Colorado Book Award. It includes a hike to a waterfall near Great Sand Dunes National Park.