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Weekly Round-Up for November 22, 2012

A man was cited with two misdemeanor traffic offenses after he lost control of his vehicle, ran up an embankment, ran back down the hill and hit and killed two road workers.

The driver of a vehicle that was featured in a popular YouTube video honking and traveling closely behind two cyclists has plead not guilty to the three counts of aggressive driving lodged against him.

Legislators are gearing up to reintroduce a limit to designate drivers as “under the influence” of marijuana, motivated by concerns after Amendment 64 was passed.

A Boulder woman was killed and the driver of the vehicle and two other passengers were injured after the SUV that they were in rolled over on Interstate 70.

A self-driving car was introduced at the Big Science Summit in San Jose, California that has been tested to drive up Pike Peak for 12.4 miles without any collisions.

A Colorado Parks and Wildlife employee was injured after transporting illegal fireworks. He had confiscated the fireworks after responding to a report that the fireworks were being used to harass wildlife.

Over 1,100 children’s pajama sets have been recalled by J.P. Boden & Co. Ltd. Because the pajamas do not meet federal flammability standards for children’s sleepwear.

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