Mountain Residents 'A Little Doubtful' That I-70 Toll Lane Project Will Solve TrafficA controversial plan for a new toll lane along Interstate 70 through the mountain corridor was the subject of a meeting Tuesday night. The Colorado Department of Transportation wanted feedback for their plan.
High County I-70 Express Lane Taking ShapeWorkers are installing overhead signs and toll information along the newest stretch of toll road in the state, that when completed will hopefully make the drive back from the high country a little faster.
CDOT Invites Public Opinion On I-70 Viaduct Reconstruction Through Heart Of DenverThe state of Colorado wants to hear from the public as it moves forward with a billion-dollar road project that would drastically change Interstate 70 through the heart of Denver.
Drivers: Get Ready For New Toll Lanes This SummerAccess to express lanes in the Denver metro area are changing this summer and it could save drivers a lot of money.
Public Comments Welcome On US-36 Toll DecisionDrivers could end up paying a toll of nearly $14 to use the new express lanes on Highway 36.
Major Renovation Could Bury Parts Of I-70 Across CityA massive facelift to Interstate 70 would sink 10 lanes along a huge stretch of the metro area should a construction proposal go forward.
State Sen. Angela Giron Awaits Recall RulingColorado Democrats targeted for recalls because of their support for gun control remained in limbo Tuesday, pursuing legal challenges to avoid going back to ballot this year.
Colorado Officials To Do Review After Prison ErrorColorado court officials have vowed to review procedures to ensure that a clerical mistake that allowed the early release of a prisoner — who then went on to allegedly shoot the state's corrections director last month — doesn't happen again.
Hickenlooper Promotes Whooping Cough VaccineGov. John Hickenlooper is appearing in a campaign by Colorado health department officials to raise childhood vaccination rates.
Conservationists Dismayed With Hickenlooper's MessageThirteen conservation groups say they're dismayed with an ad in which Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper says the state has had no instances of groundwater contamination associated with drilling and hydraulic fracturing since 2008.