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.
New Weekend Taxicab Stand In LoDo For Bar Patrons Who've Had Too Much To DrinkIn an effort to discourage drunk driving, the Denver Police, Public Works, and Excise & Licenses departments have teamed up to create temporary taxicab stands in LoDo on weekends.
Denver Hopes New Taxicab Stands In LoDo Will Deter People From Driving DrunkIn an effort to discourage drunk driving, the Denver Police, Public Works, and Excise & Licenses departments have teamed up to create temporary taxicab stands in LoDo on weekends.
Denver Rock ‘N’ Roll Marathon To Play Its Last TuneOn its 10th anniversary, the 26.2 mile Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon in Denver will be its last. Organizers said starting in 2016 they’ll focus on the ½ marathon, 10K, and 5K distances.
Judge Rules Against Expansion of Denver Rescue MissionA Denver District Court judge has ruled against the Denver Rescue Mission and its plans for an $8.6 million expansion, a move that had been opposed by residents of the Ballpark neighborhood.
It's One Court Against Another Over Jury Nullification Protests In DenverA federal judge will decide if the City of Denver should be held in contempt of court for interfering with protesters handing out pamphlets in front of the Lindsay-Flanigan Courthouse.
Search Officially On For New Denver SheriffThe City of Denver on Monday posted the job opening for a new Denver sheriff.