(COLO) – Whether you are headed to your annual holiday office party or just putting together an informal hangout wi
(COLO) – It’s a time to gather with loved ones and friends to relax, eat until you no longer can and build memories
(COLO) – Colorado’s Western Slope is a beautiful place to live or visit, but it does come with some hazards, includ
(COLO) – Thanksgiving is two weeks away from launching the 2023 holiday season.
(COLO) – Tomorrow is Halloween, and the Colorado State Patrol wants motorists and pedestrians to do their part as they share the road for an evening of trick-or-treating and fun.
(COLO) – Kids aren’t the only ones that enjoy Halloween. Any Colorado State trooper can share stories about adults who enjoy celebrating this holiday, sometimes too much. A word of friendly advice for this year: if a Halloween party or evening out is in your weekend plans, take a moment now to arrange a sober ride home.
(COLO) – After a steady increase of CMV-caused fatal crashes between 2018 and 2021, current data suggests that Colorado is experiencing a downward trend in CMV fatal crashes. The state experienced a five-year high in 2021 with 79 fatal crashes involving a CMV and, since then, has seen a decrease each year.
(COLORADO) – These last few weeks have clued us in; Colorado is cooling down. Even though Autumn has just arrived, winter is around the corner. While that may mean you are grabbing extra blankets at night and bundling more during the day, there are other seasonal behaviors that you may have started, leaving you at greater risk for Motor Vehicle Theft (MVT).
(COLO) – As Homecoming season approaches, teens may be worried about finding a date or what to wear, but parents often get worried about dangerous choices kids naturally face on a night of group fun, including the decision to drive impaired.
(Colorado) – It’s that time of year for pumpkin patches and a drive through the Colorado Rockies to check out the changing of the season; oh, it is also rutting (aka mating) season for elk. The western slope of Colorado regularly sees a steady volume of in-state and out-of-state visitors throughout the autumn ‘shoulder season.’ Recreationists may not always be familiar with the region’s roadways, towing in mountain conditions, or wildlife.