The Denver City and County Building from the west steps of the Colorado Capitol across Civic Center.

The Denver City and County Building from the west steps of the Colorado Capitol across Civic Center.

Here are highlights of our coverage of Denver politics and civic affairs over the last week.


> Denver Auditor cites need for better oversight of software program for city personnel

> Voter turnout, registration debated in race for Denver clerk and recorder

> RTD to receive $8.5M from VW settlement

> Denver City Council adopts 2 plans that map growth through 2040

> Hancock proposes new Denver department for housing and homelessness

> Mailer from 'Republicans for Jamie Giellis' did not state her mayoral campaign paid for it (VIDEO)

> Denver school board ratifies pay hike deal

> 2-1/2 years late, RTD's G Line train from Denver to Arvada and Wheat Ridge is open (VIDEO)

> CPR News relocating to downtown Denver

> Part of this Denver teacher’s platform for school board? A $5,000 raise for every teacher

> Handcuffing of students under review in Denver schools

> Denver airport's terminal renovation project may not be done until 2023 (VIDEO)

> Some Denver teachers want a union-election do-over

>WATCH: A refresher on Denver ballot measures on camping, mushrooms

> Students, parent groups pushing Denver Public Schools to hire ‘counselors, not cops’

> MORE DENVER COVERAGE

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