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Danger Zones - Driving in Colorado

Fatal crashes may have one cause or multiple contributing factors. The number of drivers in Colorado involved in deadly accidents while using alcohol or drugs has steadily increased in recent years. Even so, careless/inattentive driving is the leading contributing factor among drivers in fatal crashes.

Recognizing the growing problem of distracted driving, federal transportation researchers in 2012 started categorizing Careless/Inattentive Driving as a separate contributing factor. For more information and patterns over the last seven years check out the interactive map here: knowledgeinitiative.org/interactive-crash-map

    Interactive Crash Map - Deadly Colorado Drivers
    Have you ever wondered where the most drunk driving accidents occur in Colorado? How about the roads where you might be more likely to encounter dangerous distracted drivers? The map above makes it easy for you to see the Danger Zones in Colorado by tracking reports of fatal crashes related to alcohol, drugs and distracted driving.
    https://www.sawayalaw.com

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Feb 08

Spicy Favorites to Heat Up Denver During the Winter

Where: 1603 Bruce Randolph Ave., Denver

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Where: 2500 Larimer St., Suite 101, Denver

Where: 2641 E 2nd Ave., Denver

Where: 3500 Larimer St., Denver

Where: 800 E 26th St., Denver; 1701 Wewatta St. (Whole Foods)

Where: 200 Columbine St., Suite 110, Denver

Where: 2715 17th St., Denver

Where: 7225 East Colfax Ave., Denver

    Spicy Favorites to Heat Up Denver During the Winter
    For some people, hot and spicy food is unbearable. But, for others, heat is an essential part of dining. And of course - winter is the best time to eat some hot stuff. It's science - you're cold from walking in the snow, you go to a warm restaurant and pop some spicy grub and boom - you're cured.
    https://303magazine.com

Feb 06

This Denver tea shop hires the formerly incarcerated

Kristin Cardenas opened Open Door Tea Shop at 3407 Franklin St. just a handful of weeks ago, and already it is getting attention.

    This Denver tea shop hires the formerly incarcerated
    Tea is at the center of many conversations-and a new business is northeast Denver is it to teach. Kristin Cardenas opened Open Door Tea Shop at 3407 Franklin St. just a handful of weeks ago, and already it is getting attention. "It's shining a light on a broken system," Cardenas said.
    http://www.9news.com

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Double Murder at RiNo Bar: No Arrests, Police Ask for Help

More recently, in September 2017, we reported about a shooting near the intersection of 31st and Marion that seriously wounded one individual.

...shootings over a two-week period. Among them were a broad-daylight gun-down near 31st and Gilpin that ended in serious injuries for two men, and a disturbance in the vicinity of...

...that ended in serious injuries for two men, and a disturbance in the vicinity of Martin Luther King Boulevard and Marion in the Cole neighborhood that resulted in shots being fired...

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...57 p.m. on the 5th, officers responded to the New Welcome Inn bar at 3759 Chestnut Place, next to the ultra-popular Blue Moon Brewing Company and just steps from the well...

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