The Denver Post reports Colorado led the nation in the growth of wind energy manufacturing jobs in 2014.
There’s a lot of prep work to be done to keep drivers moving through the metro area before that snow begins to fall.
Frustrated by the special treatment afforded state lawmakers due to their unique license plates, Rep. Chris Holbert, R-Parker, is introducing a bill to abolish the plates altogether, a move sparked by a CBS4 investigation.
The snow began tapering off Sunday evening but below zero temperatures overnight could mean an icy ride to work Monday morning.
State lawmakers are getting special perks because of their legislative license plates.
Pedestrians in Denver who find themselves rushing to cross city streets all the time are getting some relief.
Denver Public Works says plows will not park for the day or night until the roads are clear.
Road crews with Denver Public Works and the Colorado Department of Transportation are preparing for Saturday’s winter storm.
Seeing Denver city plows on smaller residential streets is a rare sight after a snowstorm, but the recipe was right for that to happen on Monday.
Road crews with Denver Public Works were working non-stop to clear snow from the major roadways on Wednesday and overnight.