In Colorado, a semi truck struggled to ascend a steep road. The solution: a gang of pickups and SUVs tied themselves together and yanked the big rig in a glorious display of 4x4 teamwork.
If there was a way to turn a Dukes of Hazzard chase scene into a race, it would look a lot like this.
General Electric’s development team just completed a year of field-testing for the new Evolution Series Tier 4 locomotive. Some of the tests took place at the Federal Railroad Administration’s high-altitude testing circuit near Pueblo, Colorado at an elevation of 5,000 feet. These photographs capture the train’s…
The Beriev Be-200 Altair is a well-known tanker aircraft, used for firefighting. It may not be pretty, but the Russian-designed plane can drop 3,170 gallons of water on a blaze in one second. Now that Colorado is looking for a fleet of firefighting planes, an agreement has been made to build the Be-200 on U.S. soil.
"I realized this was more than a job; it was like stepping into a different reality."
In 1989, Land Rover made history with The Great Divide Expedition, letting a bunch of lucky journalists from Commonwealth countries drive Range Rovers through Colorado, crossing a the Continental Divide in a roughly 1,000 mile journey.
Now that weed is legal in a few American outposts, business ideas are flowing to make sure that sticky green stuff is accessible. Case in point: Magical Butter's food truck, which whips up "four-star food items" infused with marijuana.
Breaking news out of Idaho! For a lack of anything else, Idaho State Police are now profiling drivers over which license plate they have. Because clearly everyone from Colorado is totally baked.
Sliding Aston Martin V12's all over the place on ice is something we all want to do with our weekends. Actually, it's something we want to do every day, and with the British launching their first ice driving program in North America, your chances just got better.
A Colorado man may now sue the people who saved his life to the tune of $500,000. What did they do wrong? They didn't save his life fast enough.
If stoners are known for one thing, it's their eye for interior design. So perhaps it's no surprise that mile marker 420 on I-70 through Colorado keeps getting stolen. What else would look better on the wall of your living room?
Here's a message to all you Coloradans feeling like you're the only ones who know how to drive in the snow: y'all ain't looking so great right about now.
Let's talk about mud, you guys. It's bad news. Not only can it ruin that one nice pair of pants you have, it can also wash away your car in a filthy, gushing torrent.
Good Lord, I am so glad that the whole "Harlem Shake" thing is on the way out. To say that it was "massively irritating" is the understatement of the year. (It seems to have been replaced by a meme that involves putting screams into a video by someone named Taylor Swift.) But before the shake goes away forever, it…
Now that marijuana is legal for recreational use in Colorado and Washington State, authorities need some way of deciding when a person is too stoned to drive. Law enforcement has set legal limits, but are they too low? Washington TV station KIRO got a bunch of people high and set them loose on a police road course,…
We've got some sad news coming out of the Saab community today. Police in a suburb of Boulder, Colo. are trying to find out why a man shot and killed an employee of an independent Saab repair shop on Friday.
What started as a routine traffic stop on I-70 just west of Denver turned into a 25-mile chase reaching speeds of up to 100 mph. But here's the catch: 18-Year-Old Shelby Figueroa stole the police SUV that pulled her over, while handcuffed, taking off down the interstate and evading several attempts by police to run…