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A Colorado filmmaker’s camera is rolling as women of color fight for a voice in Denver politics

In “Running With My Girls,” Denver’s Rebekah Henderson hopes to imitate the success of the progressive political film that captured the charismatic candidacy of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez

Transportation Primary category in which blog post is published

I-25 traffic jams are shifting northern Colorado transit plans into high gear. But are commuters ready to ditch their cars?

Northern Colorado region is growing so fast that it’s almost another Denver, and we know how everyone loves I-25 in Denver.

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Colorado’s weekend snowstorm prompted avalanches in areas that hadn’t slid in decades. Here’s why.

“Historic” avalanche conditions are being experienced all over Colorado after conditions have been lining up all season for big slides

Transportation Primary category in which blog post is published

A city where all the traffic lights are green? The tech is live in Lakewood and coming soon to other Colorado cities

The future of Vehicle-to-Everything communication aims to improve driver safety, save gas and cut emissions by letting drivers know the right speed to make all the green lights

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Colorado’s internet of roads is a go. Soon cars will “talk” to signs and traffic signals

The plan to turn 537 miles of Colorado roads into a connected highway is not as futuristic as it sounds. With funding granted, work starts in 2019 to use technology to reduce number of wrecks, fatalities

Crime and Courts Primary category in which blog post is published

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

Crime and Courts Primary category in which blog post is published

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.

Transportation Primary category in which blog post is published

CDOT is looking for a great idea to keep cars from crashing into wildlife

Last year’s challenge to reduce deaths of cyclists and pedestrians stalled on contracts, but is moving forward