Light to moderate snow showers continue this Wednesday morning with cold temperatures to start the day. Roads are *very* icy and snow packed throughout southeast Colorado... so please allow extra time for the morning drive. Throughout the midday and afternoon, we'll keep the chance of some light, fine snow showers, but expecting minor accumulations through the day. Snow looks to finally push out this evening/overnight and our warm up begins. Head over to the "Weather' tab for a full look at the forecast.
Gov. Bill Owens says the state's new auto insurance program will go through some growing pains before consumers see significant savings.
And he says lawmakers will likely do some fine-tuning to the plan as well as make other changes next year.
The state's new auto insurance system went into effect just after midnight Tuesday morning. It means that when current policies are renewed, the insurance company of the driver who's responsible for an accident will have to pay all medical bills. The previous system had each driver's insurance company pay some of the medical bills.
Owens says it's likely to bring savings and improve competition. But he says there will be a transition period, and consumers will have to make some careful choices.