"If you give just one thing, you get three things back," "Daddy Bruce" famously said.
Mayor Michael Hancock is forging ahead with his mobility plan now that City Council green-lighted his 2020 budget and Denver voters overwhelmingly approved his initiative to create a transportation department.
A new Denver law will allow patrons to publicly drink alcohol in certain spots across the city.
Polis has made electric vehicles a theme of his campaign.
Thanks to a unanimous vote during a Tuesday City Council committee meeting, the final proposal offered by Mayor Michael Hancock and Councilwoman Robin Kniech heads for a final vote on the floor of City Council later this month.
The program intends to help people who often cycle in and out of jail, detox and emergency medical facilities.
The city of Denver has agreed to pay $300,000 to a United Airlines pilot who was arrested on an indecent exposure charge that was later dismissed by a judge.
In the wake of the #MeToo movement and multiple gender discrimination lawsuits, the city’s fire department decided last year to disallow the use of Fire Station 8’s logo, featuring women in revealing clothing sitting on eight-balls.
The agreement maintains existing land-use restrictions at the golf course and ensures the Denver community and its City Council will have a “defining role” in any proposed changes going forward.
Move aside, No Shave November — Mayor Michael Hancock is launching a new campaign this month focused on men’s health rather than their hair.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is accepting applications from Colorado and Wyoming residents who want to learn more about the country’s chief law enforcement agency.
Michael Song, who earlier this year resigned amid controversy at the Denver District Attorney’s Office, now is up for consideration for appointment as a Denver District Court judge by Gov. Jared Polis.
Former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder sat down with local elected officials and activists Saturday in Denver to deliver a clear message: “We can’t wait for the cavalry. We are the cavalry.”
Approximately one dozen appointees and associates of Denver Mayor Michael Hancock are under scrutiny as the city investigates who leaked confidential information about a $1.8 billion airport contract.
Candi CdeBaca ran for the Denver City Council as an agent of change. Mission accomplished, just four months on the job.
Candi CdeBaca is no longer trying to hire her live-in girlfriend as a member of her staff at taxpayer’s expense.
Gov. Jared Polis and other business and public sector leaders plan to attend the Gaining Ground in the Black Community Summit, a four-day event that started Thursday to celebrate, empower and explore topics pertinent to the African-American community.
With all the buzz around Colorado’s Propositions CC and DD, Denver voters may have missed the news about a few ballot initiatives of their own.
The former Denver mayoral candidate and current chief of staff for City Councilwoman Candi CdeBaca, is appealing a case against Denver Mayor Michael Hancock’s administration.
Duran says she believes she can "be more effective in pursuing transformational change through other means."
Bayaud Enterprises introduced the new mobile shower truck to give those in need a fresh start.
As Denver works on a plan to reduce trips by lone commuters and increase biking, walking and taking public transit, planning officials are looking to developers and building owners for help.
Denver's Deputy Director of Public Safety has resigned, according to a spokesperson for Mayor Michael Hancock's office.
Colorado's Public Employee Retirement Association has kept a downtown building vacant for a decade, a Colorado media outlet is reporting.
If you don't agree with the way the city of Denver spends its money, you can give it a shot yourself.
Household composition is changing nationally and Denver is a top example of the trend, a new report says.
"The boom in development and activity in the Art District has outpaced public infrastructure, and demands on the street network are growing quickly."
Court talks to CoPo about her decision to retire after 12 years in the legislature.
Valdez, a Democrat, served in the Colorado House from 1971 to 1978, representing west and southwest Denver.
The 155-acre closed golf course in the heart of an urban neighborhood was acquired in July by Westside Investment Partners for $24 million after sales negotiations with the city broke down.
The proposal comes at a time when the council has been asserting more independence from Mayor Michael Hancock, and includes some new members who campaigned in opposition to some of Hancock's policies.
Denver could on join hundreds of other cities and several states that have raised the minimum required age to purchase tobacco products from 18 to 21.
Seven Denver children under the age of 18 have been shot and killed in the city so far this year, and community members have gathered to discuss solutions.
Denver requires landlords to accept Section 8 housing vouchers, and some Democrats want to expand the law statewide.
Denver's National Western Center expansion could reach another milestone today.
Denver is taking more steps to help buses and bicycles navigate downtown.
A bid by two Denver councilwomen to raise the city's bar for approving owner-opposed historic landmark designations has failed.
The Denver City Council is expected to vote Monday night on whether to advance a proposed law that would raise the minimum age to buy tobacco products from 18 to 21.
This year's Biennial of the Americas Festival will address "Empathy in Action" in Denver this week.
Denver rents have dipped slightly since July, but are still 3% higher than this time last year, a new report from RENTCafe says.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.