Two Big Colorado Transportation Projects Get Federal GrantsTwo of Colorado's worst traffic bottlenecks should get some relief thanks to $90 million in federal grants.
Georgetown Is About To Get A Lot BiggerThe 1,000 or so people who call Georgetown home will soon welcome about 400 new neighbors.
Loveland's 'Snow Dog' Recovering From Emergency SurgeryParker, the Bernese Mountain Dog known for representing Loveland Ski Area, is recovering after emergency surgery on Thursday morning.
Mountain Towns Consider Lure Of Winter OlympicsResort towns would likely see major impacts from any future Olympics in Colorado, starting with the most obvious-- an already congested Interstate 70 through the mountain corridor.
Camping Restrictions Coming To Guanella Pass Road Near GeorgetownThe restrictions also apply to portions of Leavenworth Road and all of Silver Dollar Lake Road.
Semi Crashes As Strong Winds Blow Into The MountainsSnowy conditions are expected in Colorado's high country on Monday, and the day started out with strong winds there that caused some problems.
First Responders Close I-70 Due To Semi FireInterstate 70 is closed in both directions at the Georgetown exit because of a semi fire.
Semi Rollover Forces I-70 Closure Near GeorgetownThe Colorado Department of Transportation closed westbound lanes of Interstate 70 at Georgetown for about 30 minutes because of a semi rollover.
Shelters Considered In Clear Creek County For Stranded TravelersSome people in Clear Creek County would like to provide temporary shelters to those trapped during a snowstorm, but the big question remains: where?
Railroad Loop Resumes After Car Topples Over With Passengers InsideThe Georgetown Loop is back on track. It was running a few hours late on Wednesday, but much steadier than the day before.
I-70 Fully Reopened After Deadly Semi Crash Into Median, Overpass PillarsA deadly crash involving a semi truck closed all directions of Interstate 70 near Georgetown on Tuesday morning.
Hurricane-Force Winds Hit The Front RangeHurricane-force winds whipped through the Front Range early Wednesday, toppling semis and causing some damage.