The spring snowstorm that moved into the Front Range caught plenty of people off guard on Saturday.
The entire stretch of the Interstate 70 west of Denver is back open following an eventful night of accidents.
It’s still summer, but a snowstorm blanketed parts of Wyoming, South Dakota, Montana and Colorado, setting early snowfall records in some places, covering lawns and flower gardens and providing a preview of what is to come.
People trying to get back to the Denver metro area from the mountains experienced major delays on Sunday.
It’s the Fourth of July tradition that drivers hate — the traffic mess to the high country on Interstate 70 — and they’ve been dealing with it for two days.
Snow has been falling all day Sunday and has caused a lot of closures along Interstate 70 throughout the day.
The Colorado Department of Transportation is pleading with drivers to be ready for winter driving when they head into the mountains this weekend.
The Colorado Department of Transportation is doing what it can to keep drivers safe in the high country by conducting avalanche mitigation.
Last year’s deadly fire season in Colorado prompted a real-life fire drill in Jefferson County on Saturday.
When the white smoke went up in Rome signaling a new pope had been chosen on Wednesday, an alert went out from Colorado.