A bill to require all motorists in Colorado to use snow tires or chains during snowy months on Colorado’s major mountain highway has passed its toughest test in the state Legislature.
A debate over expanding requirements for snow tires on Colorado highways faces a test Thursday in the state Senate.
Temperatures dropped and rain turned to snow in the Denver metro area Wednesday morning. The snow is a reminder of just how unpredictable spring weather is in Colorado.
Two accidents involving semi-trucks snarled traffic on two of Denver’s major interstates Tuesday morning.
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A crash involving five cars snarled traffic at Interstate 70 and Havana Street for hours.
The Colorado Department of Transportation will be doing a rare daytime closure of Interstate 70 Thursday morning from Colfax Avenue Tower Road.
Snowfall from the latest storm to hit Colorado’s mountains has already surpassed 4 feet around Wolf Creek Pass.
The bill that would require passenger vehicles to have tires with adequate tread, snow tires or chains on Interstate 70 in the mountains during winter months has advanced in the state House.
Dozens of drivers traveled back to the trouble spot at Interstate 70 where they had to leave their vehicles once I-70 closed.