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.
Vigil Attendees Reflect On Loved Ones Lost In DUI CrashesMore than 100 advocates for sober driving gathered Saturday evening, at the annual Mothers Against Drunk Driving Candlelight Vigil.
CSP: ‘Scarlet Letter’ For DUI Drivers?A survey put out Friday on Colorado State Patrol’s public affairs page asks, “Would you, personally, support a ‘scarlet letter’ indicator on the license plate of a convicted drunk driver?”
8-Year-Old Victim Happy Driver Was Found Guilty: 'I Don't Want That To Happen Again'An 8-year-old girl who was paralyzed in a crash caused by a driver who was high on drugs says she's happy the jury found him guilty.
College Football Fans Get Educated About Smartphone BreathalyzersColorado transportation officials are educating people about a tool that helps drinkers easily determine whether they're safe to drive.
DUI Suspected After SUV Slams Into BusPolice in Wheat Ridge are investigating a crash in which an SUV slammed into an RTD bus.
Denver Police Sergeant Faces DUI ChargeA veteran Denver Police Sergeant is facing DUI and other charges after the Colorado State Patrol says he crashed his car off a county road.
CDOT: Smart Phone Breathalyzers Offered At Discount To DriversGetting behind the wheel after drinking can be risky, despite some drivers claiming to know their limits. A new campaign is designed to make sure everyone gets home safely.
New DUI Law Takes Effect WednesdayStarting Wednesday, felony DUI offenders will be required to spend time behind bars.
New Law Tracking Drugged Driving Takes Effect Next WeekA new law takes effect next week aimed at clarifying how many drivers are arrested for drugged-impaired driving.
Parking Officer Takes Pity After Reading NoteA parking control officer took pity on a driver after reading a smart note.
Judge: State Health Department 'Created Evidence That Is Not Accurate'A Gilpin County court Judge has ruled the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment "has created evidence that is misleading, and that is something other than the truth" in a DUI case that defense attorneys believe may impact other DUI cases.