DENVER (AP) - Colorado Republicans have long complained about higher car registration fees and late tag registration fines. But the final GOP attempt to roll back some of those fees faces a gloomy future in a Democratic Senate committee known for rejecting GOP ideas.
The bill up for consideration... more »
Snow removal crews in the City of Pueblo are working around the clock to clear the roads. Jeff Pratt, the supervisor of the city's street division says about 10 trucks are removing snow and dropping sand on the roads. "We'll probably be out there til about Wednesday evening," said Pratt.... more »
General Motors Co. says its May sales rose 17 percent on strong new product sales and a big government fleet contract.
The improvement came over a dismal May of last year as GM was heading into bankruptcy protection. GM says sales from its four brands - Chevrolet, Buick, GMC... more »
Ford Motor Co. says its May U.S. sales rose 22 percent from a year earlier, boosted by strong demand for the F-Series pickup and new Ford Mustang.
Ford says this is the sixth straight month that sales have increased more than 20 percent over the previous year, when the... more »
President Barack Obama is ordering federal agencies to work up national mileage and emissions standards for big rig and work trucks for the first time, seeking to limit pollution from the large vehicles that contribute a disproportionate share of it.
In a ceremony in the Rose Garden Friday Obama... more »
When Anchorage had to dispose of several thousand cars and trucks damaged in a powerful 1964 earthquake, it dumped them off a 350-foot bluff near the outskirts of town.
The car dumping didn't end there.
Over the years, the bluff remained a convenient place to get rid of... more »
A trade group says a growing number of energy contractors are using Global Positioning System units in vehicles to track employees' driving behavior in gas fields. The West Slope Colorado Oil and Gas Association says the GPS units help companies remotely monitor drivers to make sure they're not speeding, but... more »
The California Highway Patrol says it has closed the Grapevine section of Interstate 5 because of heavy snow for the second time in as many days.
CHP Officer John Lutz says a 30-mile stretch of the main freeway between Northern and Southern California was shut down Thursday. There's no... more »