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Joey BunchJoey BunchDecember 28, 20175min596
If you leave the scene of an accident involving injury or death when the new year rings in, you just suspended your own driver’s license, the Colorado State Patrol is reminding motorists. Last session lawmakers passed House Bill 1277 to automatically suspend licenses, allowing those suspected to make a case for a temporary license while […]

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Tom RamstackTom RamstackSeptember 13, 20176min468
WASHINGTON — A congressional hearing Wednesday implied broad changes are coming soon for Colorado’s highway transportation industry from self-driving truck technologies. Driverless trucks are part of the automated vehicle technology being developed by government agencies and private companies. They use computerized sensors to steer, throttle and brake vehicles, usually without human intervention. Senators at the […]

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Ernest LuningErnest LuningAugust 21, 20178min582

Picture six Broncos games getting out at the same time on the same stretch of road. That's what traffic generated by Monday's total eclipse of the sun — a once-in-a-century event in these parts — could amount to, the Colorado Department of Transportation is warning state motorists. And for those stuck in traffic between Friday and Monday, AAA Colorado has some tips and a musical playlist guaranteed to brighten even the darkest day.


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Ernest LuningErnest LuningAugust 10, 20177min621

After 54 years of “silliness,” switchblades are again legal in Colorado, and knife rights activists are cheering. “Today we celebrate a sharper future in Colorado,” said Doug Ritter, chairman of Knife Rights — motto: “A Sharper Future” — at a press conference Wednesday at a knife factory in Golden. Ritter, whose organization is dedicated to repealing bans on switchblades and other automatic knives, was on hand to thank state Sen. Owen Hill, R-Colorado Springs, and state Rep. Steve Lebsock, D-Thornton, for sponsoring legislation that overturned Colorado’s ban, in effect since 1963. The law passed by wide margins in the Legislature and took effect Wednesday.