Mike Linquist, a 32-year-old Lafayette IT consultant, holds the white BACtrack breathalyzer in his left hand while running its smartphone app on his iPhone. He got the device for half price through CDOT and the manufacturer. (Kevin Simpson, The Colorado Sun)

CDOT invested nearly $1 million in federal funds to explore personal breathalyzers as an antidote to drunken driving. Can technology win out?

Free and discounted devices have added to an already receptive Colorado market, but some remain skeptical of their role.

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Colorado’s final election 2018 results are even worse for Republicans

Democrat Jared Polis won the governor's race over Republican Walker Stapleton by about 10 points

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Excerpt: “The Last Stand of the Pack: Critical Edition” furthers the case for reintroducing wolves in Colorado

In this epilogue, co-editor Andrew Gulliford builds on Arthur Carhart's groundbreaking work addressing a longstanding controversy