Holiday revelers hoping to enjoy a last blast of summer fun should expect busy roads, crowded campgrounds and full airport parking lots.
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One volunteer wrote more disabled parking tickets than Denver police last year and advocates want change
For years, advocates for disabled people have pushed Denver city officials to get serious about enforcing parking rules. Now a city audit is on their side.
Owners of properties in unincorporated Boulder County residential subdivisions argue they have the legal right to ask the courts to force the county to step up its spending on rehabilitating their deteriorating paved county roads, more than 300 of those property owners say.
State and federal officials have agreed to a delay of three to four months in a document that will serve as the official green light for the Interstate 70 expansion through Denver.
A single-vehicle crash killed one person Thursday morning near the Pine Junction Area in Jefferson County.
Weekend passenger train service between Denver’s Union Station and a new rail platform steps from the slopes of Winter Park starts Jan. 7.
Two people died Wednesday in a plane crash in southwestern Colorado.
One person died and two others were injured when a pair of speeding vehicles collided on Federal Boulevard in Adams County on Saturday, according to the Colorado State Patrol.