Denver International Airport
The snow has been causing some minor delays at Denver International Airport on Tuesday.
The worst of the snow has moved out from the storm that has battered New Jersey and the rest of the East Coast, and travelers at Denver International Airport are experiencing fewer problems.
Another round of nasty winter weather causing problems on the East Coast and Mid-Atlantic is also causing problems for flights at Denver International Airport.
The Colorado Springs Airport has installed “amnesty boxes” so people can drop of pot they may have brought with them.
Denver police have initiated a sexual assault investigation focused on Transportation Security Administration officers at a checkpoint at Denver International Airport.
Pot won’t fly at Denver International Airport but marijuana advocates say it’s their right to travel with it if they bought it legally.
Marijuana will be banned in the Colorado Springs Airport passenger terminal and other areas starting Friday.
With more than 3,000 flights delayed or canceled nationwide, the luggage at Denver International Airport has been piling.
Bitter cold is affecting airport operations in many areas and leaving travelers stuck at airports across the country.
More than 2,400 flights have been cancelled nationwide with 40 of those departing and arriving at Denver International Airport because of the storm that’s hitting the East Coast.