Burt Hubbard

Burt Hubbard is the editorial director of I-News. Burt is well-known in the journalism world for his data analysis skills. His numerous awards include two prestigious Best of The West awards, a national education award for investigative reporting, and Reporter of the Year in Colorado. He also was a top-10 finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in local reporting for the Rocky Mountain News and is enshrined in the Scripps Howard Journalism Hall of Fame. Burt has taught computer-assisted reporting and internet research to graduate students for 11 years at the University of Colorado School of Journalism and Mass Communication. For the past three years he has led research symposiums for journalists and citizens throughout Colorado on behalf of the university. Burt recently left the Denver Post to join I-News.

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DUI Analysis Finds that One-Fourth of all Drivers Busted Have No License

Arapahoe County Deputy Sheriffs, Justin Osborn, right, and Beau Baggett, left, perform road side sobriety tests along the 6900 block of S. Jordan road in Centennial early Sunday morning, April 18. The woman was arrested and charged with D.U.I. THE DENVER POST/ ANDY CROSS  (Photo By Andy Cross/The Denver Post via Getty Images)

Of the 45,637 people arrested for drinking and driving offenses in Colorado from April 2012 through April 2014, one in every four didn't have a valid driver's license, a Rocky Mountain PBS I-News analysis found. And that didn't include the ratio for the 13,200 people arrested for DUI in Denver, the only jurisdiction in the state where authorities said they couldn't provide the information. Continue Reading →

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