The Heroin Fix: Denver Explores Supervised Injection SitesThe City of Denver is considering the idea of providing drug users with a safe place to shoot up.
Woman Who Lost Husband To Carbon Monoxide Gets New FurnaceAfter losing her husband to carbon monoxide poisoning, Patricia Chapman’s grief was compounded by the fact that she couldn’t stay in her own home. Now, she has a new furnace thanks to the generosity of others.
Councilman Proposes Banning Smoking On 16th Street MallSmoking and vaping would be illegal on Denver's 16th Street Mall under an ordinance being pushed by City Council President Albus Brooks.
After Scary Experience, City Council President Backs Supervised Injection FacilityCity Council President Albus Brooks put his full support behind a proposal to create a supervised injection facility in Denver on Tuesday.
City Council Considers $1.8 Billion Contract For DIA Great Hall ProjectDenver City Council members are considering a proposed major renovation project at Denver International Airport's main terminal.
City Council Delays Vote On DIA Great Hall ProjectDenver City Council members delayed a proposed vote on a major renovation project at Denver International Airport's main terminal.
Paint The Town Purple!Paint the town purple for the Colorado Rockies Home opener!
Rash Of Shootings 'Plaguing' Northeast DenverAlready this week in northeast Denver, a man was killed in a shooting and a child was struck by a bullet that penetrated his home in another shooting.
911 Call Allegedly Not Answered After 15 MinutesA number of questions are being raised after a call to 911 is said to have gone unanswered for more than 15 minutes.
City Councilman Celebrates After Cancer BattleA Denver city councilman hit the slopes to celebrate after doctors initially told him he would never snowboard again.
Arts Undergrounders Believe 'Witch Hunt' Is UnderwayThe sudden shutdown of two arts spaces on Brighton Boulevard in Denver has led to fear in what's called the DIY Arts Community.
Denver City Council Approves Affordable Housing FundsMillions of dollars will be available to help with Denver's affordable housing problem after the city council approved the first affordable housing fund.