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WATCH: Car Slides Down Icy Denver StreetSome vehicle owners will be dealing with car repairs after the ice storm that hit Denver Monday morning.
Groups Create Website To Help Alleviate High Country TrafficTwo groups are working together on a website that aims to help thousands of Coloradans to get from the Front Range to ski slopes without a personal car.
'It's Phenomenal': I-25 Expansion Coming Sooner Than ExpectedA badly-needed expansion to Interstate 25 is coming to a stretch between Johnstown and the northern edge of Fort Collins.
The Best Way To Start 2018 Is The DUI You DON'T GetColorado State Patrol will be cracking down on drunk drivers this New Year's weekend.
Deputies Continue To Push 'Move Over Law'The Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office is hoping people take notice that Colorado’s “Move Over” law is not just for highways and interstates.
Approval Given For Advertising On DIA Welcome SignA portion of Pena boulevard leading to Denver International Airport is disappearing from some maps so that advertising can be sold on a new, brightly lit sign.
Colorado Officials Warn Holiday Travelers To Be CautiousThe Colorado Department of Transportation is warning holiday travelers to use caution, particularly on the Interstate 70 Mountain Corridor.
Commerce City Uses Online Tool To Track SnowplowsOn the last day of fall, Colorado is preparing for a blast of winter.
Your Commute Is Getting Longer, Study FindsWhile the study did not point to a direct cause for the longer trips, previous studies noted the growing number of people moving to suburban communities outside of the major city centers.
New Leader Of Colorado State Patrol Sworn InThe Colorado State Patrol has a new leader who says he has a plan to cut down on traffic-related deaths.
New Construction Project Will Make It Easier To Get Onto Pena BoulevardA new construction project in Denver will make it easier to get onto Pena Boulevard.
Finally, Snow! Put Those Winter Driving Skills To The TestDrivers hit the roads on Thursday morning with the first measurable snow in Denver since Oct. 9. That has the Colorado Department of Transportation reminding drivers to prepare for icy roads and slippery conditions.

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