Currently in Colorado drivers can be ticketed for texting and driving. Now some lawmakers want to make it easier to punish drivers talking on their cellphones – mainly drivers who don’t use hands-free devices.
Denver Broncos fans won’t have to worry about missing any plays now. They can even grab nachos while keeping their eyes on the action.
The Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office’s annual Safety Fair Saturday offers a wide range of valuable information.
More people are getting injured from distracted walking. A new study out of Ohio State University shows that walking and talking or texting on a cellphone can be dangerous, and even deadly.
Colorado authorities will have expanded access to cellphone locations without a warrant in cases of emergencies under a new law.
Cellphones may be subject to warrantless review by law enforcement in times of emergency under a bill up for review in Colorado Tuesday.
There’s a growing problem for rescuers in Colorado’s high country of people in need of help calling 911 and having no idea where they are.
I know you are as excited as I am for October. No, not because of Halloween or the first snow … it’s Financial Planning Month!
Thieves in Colorado are stealing cellphones more often, but a new agreement among major cell providers may put a damper on that trend.
Thieves are targeting something that most people probably carry with them every day, and it’s not a wallet — it’s iPhones.