Services restored after power outage shut down DMV computer system

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DENVER -- A weather-related power outage meant driver's licenses and other documents could not be issued Friday, the Colorado Department of Revenue said.

The overnight storm affected the state computer network, knocking out the connections for the Department of Motor Vehicles.

By 3 p.m., services had been restored statewide, though it was unclear whether offices would reopen.

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