Denver rents have dipped slightly since July, but are still 3% higher than this time last year, a new report from RENTCafe says.
An advisory committee will have less than a year to find solutions before the city cuts ties with Geo Group and CoreCivic.
A progressive young teacher who played a high-profile role in February’s teacher strike will be the new leader of the growing Denver teachers union.
Regional Transportation District is reconsidering its decision regarding a sublease for a potential National Medal of Honor museum in Denver.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and daughter Chelsea Clinton will visit Denver on a joint book tour in November.
A lawsuit against Denver Mayor Michael Hancock's administration filed by a challenger in this year's mayoral election has been dismissed by a federal judge.
Neil Westergaard, the Colorado Politics columnist who died July 7, will be remembered at a memorial gathering Sept. 26.
Josh Laipply will be Denver's next chief projects officer, the pick of Mayor Michael Hancock to succeed Diane Barrett.
Up to 15 e-bikes will be available to rent through the end of October for a flat fee of $1.
Denver issued fewer parking tickets in 2018 than any year in the prior decade, according to a recent financial report.
Colorado is a unique place for lobbyists, according to a newly promoted chair at a law and policy firm in Denver.
A former deputy chief of the Commerce City Police Department will act as Denver's sheriff on an interim basis when the agency's top official steps down next month.
Denver will re-train its contracted security guards after they refused entrance to the Denver City & County Building on Monday to a man wearing a pin referencing reparations.
Residents in Denver's Berkeley neighborhood have sought historic landmark status for a local mortuary chapel that's slated for demolition.
The Interstate 70 expansion in Denver now is expected to be completed in December 2022, later than anticipated.
Denver District Attorney Beth McCann paid $237,000 in settlement and severance payments over the last year and a half to three employees who either resigned in controversy from her office or were fired by her.
A news conference is planned at the City and County Building, where the city's chief financial officer, Brendan Hanlon, and budget director, Stephanie Adams, are expected to brief reporters.
"I bet Dr. King wishes he'd had a sniper on his side that day," her post said.
The University of Denver has brought theater to an unlikely place: prison.
Short-term rental owners in Denver are reportedly forfeiting extra income in order to avoid criminal charges.
Reservations are open for debate and discussion of “Capitalism vs. Socialism” Sept. 19 at the University of Colorado Denver.
Denver's overall revenue increased by $239 million in 2018, says the city's Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, released Friday.
The current Denver city auditor thinks future auditors should have the same qualifications he brought to the job -- namely, being a licensed certified public accountant.
The Westin Hotel at the Denver International Airport still hasn’t fully opened its books to an audit, says Denver Auditor Timothy O’Brien.
Denver hospitals are now treating opioid addiction as an emergency.
A 125-year-old school campus has made its way onto a long list of Denver properties slated for redevelopment.
Under the new ordinance, powered scooters can only be used on streets or in designated bike lanes.
Like it or not, Denver's East Colfax Neighborhood is destined for a makeover.
If approved, scooters could only be used on streets or in designated bike lanes, not on city sidewalks.
The school shut down its computer, phone and email systems because of a cyberattack that it says probably came from outside the United States.
Duluth, Minnesota, wants a fast way to get to Denver, and they're asking for federal money to do it.
Lauren Watson, most known for organizing the Colorado chapter of the Black Panther Party in Denver, has died at the age of 79.
Several Denver City Council members are calling for a crackdown on flimsy plastic grocery bags that are fated for landfills.
A City Council advisory committee comprised of corrections officials will lead the effort to pursue new halfway-house contracts.
In the wake of the controversy over whether to designate an East Colfax Avenue diner as historic, another dispute has popped up over a 59-year-old mortuary chapel.
Michael Henry is leaving the city with a request: Assess shortcomings of the program he's run for nearly two decades.
Denver's big plans for Colfax are not going over well with everyone.
A proposed tax on Denver businesses' energy use would only generate a fraction of the revenues that the measure's sponsors have advertised, a Denver city councilwoman said.
Its namesake's KKK ties nearly a century ago weren't enough for the measure to win.
Former Colorado Assistant House Minority Leader Cole Wist has rejoined the firm of Squire Patton Boggs in Denver.
Nearly 500 more homeless people were found in Denver this year than last year.
The Denver City Council should take note that no other states have passed carbon tax bills when considering a newly proposed bill for Denver, Americans for Tax Reform said in a release.
The future of a 52-year-old all-night diner on Denver's East Colfax Avenue appears to be over easy.
Mayor Michael Hancock has appointed Happy Haynes, executive director of the Department of Parks and Recreation, as deputy mayor.
Denver officials are cleaning up the city’s rules regarding residency for those serving in elected office.
Denver's Biennial of the Americas Festival has announced the speakers who will be addressing its theme of "Empathy in Action" next month.
Passengers are looking at five to six additional years of construction noise, block-offs and re-routes at Denver International Airport.
Officials at Denver International Airport are not agreeing to pay more money or allow more time for the major terminal construction project currently underway.
Police say a man has died after he collided with a car while riding an electric scooter in Denver last week.
Journalists in the Denver area can no longer listen to police scanners, and the adjustment is not going smoothly.