Stock Show Complex Revamp Takes A Step Closer to RealityThe redevelopment of the stock show complex is closer to becoming a reality.
'Go' Bond Could Fund Hundreds Of ProjectsThe City of Denver is trying to convince voters to approve a huge bond package in November.
City Hopes New Proposal Will Bring Artists Out Of HidingDenver leaders say they want to work with the city's underground art community to create safe living spaces.
Denver Admits Software Licensing ViolationsDenver taxpayers will be paying millions of dollars more this year for city use of Oracle software after the city admitted it violated its licensing agreements with Oracle and was threatened with a potential $10 million penalty for overuse.
Explosive Detection Dog Retires, Recognized With His Own DayAfter a successful career, one explosive detection dog is ready for more naps and rest time.
Lawsuit Alleges ADA Violations At Red RocksA group of concertgoers believes Red Rocks Amphitheater discriminates against people in wheelchairs. They’ve filed a lawsuit claiming the City of Denver, as owner of Red Rocks, violates the Americans with Disabilities Act.
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.
Homebuilders Balk At Fees For Affordable HousingAs part of a plan to raise millions of dollars for affordable housing in Denver, home builders would be charged a fee, which they say just adds to the cost of a home.
Former Denver Fire Captain Files Suit, Claims Gender DiscriminationA former Denver Fire Department captain has filed a federal lawsuit claiming she was the target of gender discrimination which ultimately led to her 2015 firing.
Denver Discusses Plan For Thousands Of Affordable HomesThe City of Denver on Wednesday outlined plans to add thousands of affordable homes over the next decade. The goal is to create, preserve or rehab 6,000 homes for low and middle income families.
High Percentage of Photo Radar/Red Light Tickets Being DismissedAs battles against photo red light cameras and photo radar continue on both the local and state level, CBS4 found that a large percentage -- as high as one in every three such tickets -- are being dismissed in Denver.
Denver Assistant City Attorney Paid $213,000 While On LeaveA CBS4 investigation has found that a senior assistant city attorney with the City of Denver has been paid more than $213,000 during 19 months of paid leave.