There’s more snow on the way this week and that could throw a wrench into holiday travel plans.
Winter driving conditions are being blamed for accidents that have closed Interstate 70 in two places on Thursday afternoon.
Problems arising from contaminated ground water have delayed the reconstruction of a bridge on Interstate 70 near Idaho Springs.
All lanes of Interstate 70 reopened by 5:30 p.m. in Colorado’s high country after snow and traffic accidents choked portions of it closed.
There could be a delay clearing snow off a busy stretch of Interstate 70 in the high country from Idaho Springs to the Eisenhower Tunnel because plow drivers for that vital stretch of road don’t have a home.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock and city council members say they support the Colorado Department of Transportation’s alternative proposal on a plan to revamp the Interstate 70 corridor through North Denver.
A community meeting about proposed changes along Interstate 70 will be held Wednesday evening and it could be the last chance for residents to share their opinions.
Crews will demolish a bridge spanning Interstate 70 next week to help with construction on the heavily-trafficked route to the mountains.
A man was killed in a car crash near Deer Trail Saturday night.
As many as 20 businesses and 53 homes could be bulldozed to make room for a major Interstate 70 construction project across the metro area.