- Boulder Daily Camera6 days ago
Colorado State Patrol Trooper Josh Lewis said the driver was taken to Longmont United Hospital with unknown injuries and the SUV on its top was towed. Longmont Emergency ...
- FOX21 Colorado Springs6 days ago
Since January, CDOT and Colorado State Patrol have been pushing for a solution, saying wider shoulders and a pair of express lanes are a good start.
- The Daily Sentinel4 days ago
Wednesday, according to a report from the Colorado State Patrol trooper who made the arrests. When the trooper asked if he could search Blanco's vehicle, according to the ...
- Valley Courier4 days ago
When troopers arrived at the crash scene, a semi-truck tractor with a gas tanker trailer was fully engulfed in flames. Investigation at the scene revealed a 2015 Kenworth semi-tractor was westbound on Colorado Highway 160.
- Loveland Reporter-Herald4 days ago
Colorado State Patrol also assisted. The fire resulted from a two-car collision, said Berthoud Fire Protection District spokeswoman May Soricelli.
- Fox News8 hours ago
In many parts of the world the bicycle is the main means of transportation as people commute to work. Cycling, for many people, is a way of life, but it also has deep roots in military history ...
- Denver Post2 days ago
Nunez was crossing the road from west to east at the time of the collision, just south of the highway’s intersection with Violet Avenue, said Colorado State Patrol spokesman ...
- The Pueblo Chieftain3 days ago
Rather, law enforcement officers were at the restaurant to participate in the annual Tip-A-Cop event that raises money for Special Olympics Colorado athletes. First responders went table ...
- 9 News Denver6 days ago
A 66-year-old man has been charged following the investigation into an Oct. 20 crash in Boulder that left a bicyclist critically injured. The driver, Martin Rose, has been charged with careless ...
- The Pueblo Chieftain5 days ago
Trooper Reaborn G. Cox (Retired), formerly of Pueblo, died Nov. 25, 2017. He was born on July 20, 1943, in Herrin, Ill., to Dalton and Omedia Cox, who preceded him