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I-70 through Glenwood Canyon open to two-way traffic during day

I-70 through Glenwood Canyon open to two-way traffic during day

Interstate 70 through Glenwood Canyon opened up to two-way, round-the-clock traffic Thursday evening after being closed for more than a week due to a massive rock slide. The highway had…

Ford focus groups tap Denver market for feedback on SUV update

Ford focus groups tap Denver market for feedback on SUV update

Ford will be rolling out a significant update of one of its existing SUVs in the near future, but before it takes such a major step the company this week…

GOP amends, approves Donovan’s Public Lands Day bill, sparking debate

GOP amends, approves Donovan’s Public Lands Day bill, sparking debate

A feel-good Public Lands Day bill meant to proclaim Colorado’s love of its vast swaths of federal land and how they’re managed has sparked a partisan debate over the role…

One lane of Interstate 70 in Glenwood Canyon opens at night only

One lane of Interstate 70 in Glenwood Canyon opens at night only

Interstate 70 in Glenwood Canyon opened up to one lane of alternating east-west traffic on Sunday night but will continue to be closed during the day this week while Colorado…

Clearing of Glenwood Canyon rock slide delayed by weather

Clearing of Glenwood Canyon rock slide delayed by weather

High winds and wet weather conspired to delay Interstate 70 repair work and hamper crews clearing the Glenwood Canyon rock slide, delaying the re-opening of the state’s major east-west highway…

Glenwood Canyon rock slide shuts down Interstate 70

Glenwood Canyon rock slide shuts down Interstate 70

Interstate 70 — one of the nation’s main east-west highways for commercial truck traffic and the primary connection between Vail and Aspen ski areas — remains entirely closed to vehicle…

House bill seeks transparency to combat skyrocketing costs of prescription drugs

House bill seeks transparency to combat skyrocketing costs of prescription drugs

A bipartisan bill aimed at compelling pharmaceutical companies to disclose to the state the costs of producing certain prescription drugs will have its first hearing before the Colorado House Committee…

As coal wanes, conflict grows over natural gas, oil boom in Colorado

As coal wanes, conflict grows over natural gas, oil boom in Colorado

Coal still accounts for more than a third of all the electricity generated in the United States, but because of the abundance of cheap natural gas being produced in places…

Mitsch Bush Interstate 70 tire-traction bill passes out of House

Mitsch Bush Interstate 70 tire-traction bill passes out of House

A bill aimed at clarifying the state’s vehicle tire-traction laws along the Interstate 70 corridor passed out of the House this week and now heads to the Senate, where it…

Public Lands Day bill laid over by Senate committee; I-70 traction bill moves ahead

Public Lands Day bill laid over by Senate committee; I-70 traction bill moves ahead

State lawmakers from Colorado’s mountain communities battled hard for a variety of bills in the first two weeks of the current legislative session, pushing for everything from a “Public Lands…