- Stranded passengers at Aspen Airport make other arrangements following Sunday’s deadly crash
- One Dead, Two Injured After Aspen Plane Crash
ASPEN, Colo. (AP) — A Colorado sheriff’s office dispatcher confirms that one person died and two people were injured when a plane crashed at the Aspen airport.
Thomas Wright, a dispatcher with the Pitkin County Sheriff’s Office, says three people were aboard the plane Sunday. He says one person was severely injured and another suffered non-serious ...
- CDOT’s scheduled lane closures for the week of Jan. 5th
Projects are listed in highway order then by direction and milepost. Work is weather dependent.
I 70 Eastbound/Westbound through and near the Eisenhower Tunnel (Milemarker 213-216)
(through January 2014)
6:00 PM-6:00 AM SU-SA Single lane closures for routine maintenance including sweeping. Delays possible.
I 70 Eastbound at the Twin Tunnels near Idaho Springs (Milemarker 243) (through January
7:00 PM-5:00 AM ...
- Continuous Flow Metering in Effect on I-70 Mountain Corridor
Statewide – Heavy Traffic is expected along the I-70 mountain corridor Friday, January 3 through Sunday, January 5 for eastbound and westbound traffic. Winter weather is forecasted and motorists are encouraged to allow for extra time and use caution when travelling in this area. Continuous flow metering will be in effect on eastbound I-70 from ...
- News, January 3rd
BALLOT DRIVE UNDERWAY TO BAN CONCEALED WEAPONS FROM COLLEGE CAMPUSES
Undated—Concealed weapons on college campuses in Colorado will be banned one day if a group of supporters get their way. Supporters of the campus ban will spend the next few months gathering signatures to put the issue on the November ballot after getting the green light ...
- Recreational Marijuana Legal, Impaired Driving Not
Colorado DUI Laws Include Marijuana Impaired Driving
STATEWIDE—As marijuana becomes available for recreational use throughout Colorado, the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) and the Colorado State Patrol (CSP) remind motorists that it is illegal to drive while impaired by marijuana. Similar to alcohol, there is an established impairment level in Colorado of five nanograms of active ...
- News, January 2nd
BAD FLU SEASON FOR COLORADO
Denver—This is the worst flu season in Colorado in four years according to state health officials. State epidemiologist Lisa Miller says nearly 450 people have been hospitalized with the flu this season, far surpassing last year’s numbers. Miller says young adults are being hit the hardest. She says flu season hasn’t ...
- Carbondale, CO Has Much to Celebrates in 2014
CARBONDALE, CO HAS MUCH TO CELEBRATE IN 2014 IN
December 31, 2013 (Carbondale, Colo) – As the new year looms, Carbondale, Colo. has much to celebrate and anticipate. Colorado’s Basecamp for Adventure, just minutes from skiing at Aspen/Snowmass or Glenwood Springs, Colo., has heaps of snow, miles of open cross country and snowshoeing terrain, many spectacular shopping ...
- CDA Adopts Industrial Hemp Rule
The Colorado Department of Agriculture has adopted the first industrial hemp rules in the state’s history; the rule became effective December 30, 2013. Producers can begin to register with CDA’s industrial hemp program on March 1, 2014.
“These rules are the first step to allow Colorado producers to legally grow industrial hemp,” said Colorado Deputy Commissioner ...
- The Colorado Department of Revenue Closely Monitoring Retail Marijuana Roll Out
Denver, CO – December 30, 2013 – The Department of Revenue, Marijuana Enforcement Division
(the “Division”) is closely monitoring all final activities and working with the industry to ensure
a smooth implementation on January 1, 2014. One such activity is the roll out of Marijuana
Inventory Tracking System (“MITS”) for Medical and Retail Marijuana, which relies upon the