Latest Autos News
- DeGette: VW Should Resolve Emissions Issue 'Pronto' A Congressional panel will hold a hearing Thursday to look into the emissions cheating scandal by Volkswagen, and the owner of a Denver VW dealership will be among those testifying.
- Drivers Beware: License Plate Theft On The Rise The Denver Police Department is warning the public that theft of license plates are on the rise in Denver.
- Colorado Planning Pricey Toll Lane For Weekend Ski Traffic Skiers stuck in Colorado highway traffic are getting a new option this winter to bypass the congestion — for a price.
- VW CEO Steps Down Amid Scandal The latest news on the scandal over Volkswagen's evasion of U.S. emissions controls.
- Odometer Rollbacks Common With Used Cars In Colorado The used car market is big in Colorado and with that comes the potential of odometer fraud for consumers. Colorado ranks top 10 in the nation for having the most cars with odometer rollbacks, which translates to nearly 20,000 vehicles on the road.
- Criminal Charges Filed After CBS4 Hidden Camera Catches Auto Dealer Red Handed An Aurora auto dealer has been shut down after an undercover investigation by CBS4, and the attorney general's office has now filed criminal charges against the dealership.
- State Gas Prices Averaging 32 Cents Higher Than National Average AAA is not exactly sure why Colorado gas prices are so much higher than the national average.
- Drivers Get 'Ah Ha' Moments During CDOT's 'Car Fit' Event The Colorado Department of Transportation on Tuesday hosted a Car Fit event to help drivers find out how well they fit their vehicle.
- CDOT: Too Soon To Call Bustang ‘A Bust’ Six weeks after its launch, Colorado’s first state-owned and operated bus system, the Bustang, isn’t exactly bustling yet.
- Dispatcher Helps Police Chief Deliver His Own Baby On I-70 Off-Ramp The chief of police in Eagle is a proud father after he had to deliver his own baby on the side of Interstate 70.