Colorado lawmakers will focus on everything from oil and gas and health care to education and immigration when the 2019 term begins Friday
MAP: More than 70 people have died in Colorado aircraft crashes since 2014. Here’s what the data tells us.By Jesse Paul Transportation Primary category in which blog post is published
CDOT will cover cost of health study for Denver’s most polluted neighborhoods in I-70 project settlementBy Jennifer Brown Environment Primary category in which blog post is published
Plans to build a test track at old e-470 toll station to pave way for 9-minute trips from downtown Denver to airport have ended
Democratic and Republican leaders urge the Democratic governor-elect to embrace public accountability effort when he takes office
Two Iranians indicted in hacking scheme that held CDOT computers hostage and cost Colorado up to $2 million
State's chief information security officer shares how the malware took out 1,700 computers for six weeks
Opponents say the adoption is unnecessary and will lead to higher prices. But a state agency's research shows $1,682 in fuel savings and greenhouse gas reduction by 2031.
Denver is among the top underserved markets for Amsterdam, Dublin, New Zealand, Beijing and the Middle East/Africa/India
The new Democratic majority in Colorado needs money for their ambitious agenda. Here’s where they could find it.
Colorado voters rejected tax increases but voted into office a slate of Democratic candidates promising big, and expensive, policies
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.
RTD board candidate’s guilty plea in 2008 public benefits theft case could mean she’s ineligible to hold the job under the Colorado constitution
Shontel Lewis, candidate for the RTD board's district B, says: “I believe my eligibility should be based on the voters, not on a series of poor decisions I made over a decade ago at a time of trauma in my life.”
Here’s why more electric vehicles, including a future Subaru, may become available in Colorado — or not
As Colorado considers adopting California's electric vehicle law, auto industry calls it unnecessary and says the state is already a leader