Denver set out to eliminate traffic fatalities and injuries by 2030. But today, the city is on track to see more people die on the streets this year than last.
An Uber driver convicted of a misdemeanor sex crime could have faced a felony charge, but since the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office decided not to request a rape exam, the charge was not pursued.
In the last few months, a ray of hope for would-be passengers has emerged. But even that has a lot of questions hanging over it.
The Regional Transportation District weighs the pros and cons of providing Wi-Fi, including the technical difficulties, but most passengers would rather have more buses.
Regional FEMA spokeswoman Lynn Kimbrough said the agency doesn’t have a timeframe for when the problem will be resolved.
The stretch of I-70 from Silverthorne to Denver is particularly treacherous, with tight turns, steep climbs and sharp descents.
The charges against Aguilera-Mederos also include six counts of first-degree assault and 24 counts of attempted first-degree assault.
Crafting the budget signed Thursday by Gov. Jared Polis took months of work and started during former Gov. John Hickenlooper's administration.
It's not clear where from the budget the money will come from, but legislators vowed not to cut any money from education.
The legislation would provide an extra $65 million for roads and schools in the fiscal year that begins July 1.