Tolling glitch overcharges carpoolers $3,600 on Colorado highway

By: The Associated Press

BROOMFIELD — Managers of U.S. 36 are issuing refunds to drivers who were mistakenly charged for tolls between Boulder and Denver.

The Denver Post reports ( ) that about $3,600 in total...

2 injured after motorcycle crash in Colorado Springs

By: The Gazette

Two people were seriously injured early Friday in motorcycle crash in east Colorado Springs.

The driver, Stephen Rolph, 31, was sprawled in the roadway near the motorcycle with life-threatening injuries. The...

Today's 3 must reads on in 30 seconds

By: eric singer

Here are three must reads from in 30 seconds for Friday, Aug. 28, 2015.

1) More and more Colorado Springs adults need to be schooled about traffic rules around schools this new school year....

Why so many Colorado bear stories in the summer of 2015?


Along the Front Range in recent weeks, the media has been teeming with bear tales. There's the cute stories, like a cub with its head stuck in a bottle and saved by Colorado Springs police officers. Or sad ones,...

New ticketing effort helps reduce illegal parking around some Colorado Springs schools


Just as kids are expected to pay attention in class, adults are expected to pay attention to traffic rules around schools. Some are failing.

Colorado Springs police issued 144 tickets for speeding in school...

Authorities searching for driver in Powers Boulevard car chase

By: kktv

A driver escaped law enforcement after a car chase late Thursday in Colorado Springs.

The driver caught troopers' attention when he sped through a construction zone on Powers Boulevard around 11:45 p.m.,...

Northbound I-25 reopens in Denver after officer seriously injured in crash

By: Kirk Mitchell, The Denver Post

UPDATE: Northbound Interstate 25 has reopened after a chain-reaction traffic crash Friday morning, according to several reports on Twitter.

Backups remain in the 20ths Street area.


A Denver...

Jury wants life sentence for man who killed 5 in Denver bar

By: The Associated Press

DENVER — A man convicted of stabbing five people to death at a Denver bar and setting the business on fire will not be executed and instead will serve a lifelong prison sentence, a jury decided Thursday.