LED Lights Make Busy Highway SaferThe Colorado Department of Transportation is working on making a stretch of Highway 93 between Golden and Arvada safer by installing LED lights.
Hurricane-Force Winds Hit The Front RangeHurricane-force winds whipped through the Front Range early Wednesday, toppling semis and causing some damage.
Fallen Sheriff's Deputy Honored With Naming Of HighwayA portion of a state highway in Jefferson County is being named after a sheriff's deputy who was killed in a motorcycle crash last year.
CDOT To Make Another Round To Pick Up Flood-Related DebrisThe Colorado Department of Transportation is continuing to collect flood debris from flood-impacted state highways in Boulder, Jefferson, Larimer, and Weld Counties.
Last Colorado Highway Closed By Floods ReopensThe last highway closed in Colorado after September's historic floods is back open.
Flood-Damaged Coal Creek Canyon Road ReopensThe flood-damaged highway in Coal Creek Canyon northwest of Denver is now open.
Coal Creek To Fully Reopen On MondayThe flood-damaged highway in Coal Creek Canyon northwest of Denver is reopening.
Coal Creek Canyon Residents Frustrated By Continuing ClosuresMonday's opening of Highway 36 following flood repairs was welcome news to many, but it has some Jefferson County residents feeling like officials are playing favorites with the priorities for the recovery.
State Leaders Announce Big Boost In Federal Flood ReliefGov. John Hickenlooper and other state leaders announced a big boost in federal flood relief this week.
Gov. Tours Coal Creek Canyon For 1st Time Since FloodingCoal Creek Canyon was hard hit by last month's deadly flooding that ripped through Colorado. Gov. John Hickenlooper toured the damage on Friday for the first time.
With Highway 119 Back Open, Crews Move Onto Next ProjectsHighway 119 is now back open, which is great news for those who live in the area or who are trying to get to Estes Park, but the Colorado Department of Transportation still faces a long list of roads needing repair.
Businesses Struggle To Reopen In Flood-Ravaged Coal Creek CanyonSo far a full assessment of properties hasn't been completed in Coal Creek Canyon because some roads remain inaccessible, but 14 homes are a total loss.

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