Metro Denver police keeping close watch on drivers in school zones

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CASTLE PINES, Colo. -- Sheriff's deputies, police and state troopers everywhere are keeping a close watch on drivers in school zones, now that school has started statewide.

Their goal is to make sure everyone stays safe around schools.

Watch your speed, going too fast in a school zone in Douglas County and getting caught can result in a $298 ticket.

Melody Mendez has more information in her video report.

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