4/20 Rally Permit Up For GrabsOn Friday a judge decided to uphold a ban on the previous organizer of the 4/20 Rally. That means he won't be able to host it for another three years.
Check Out The New Civic Center StationThe new Civic Center Station will open later this month after renovations began more than a year ago.
Expect Road Closures, Crowds For Veterans Day ParadeThousands of people are expected to line the streets of downtown Denver for the annual Veterans Day Parade.
40th Denver Film Festival Is Bigger Than EverFor the 40th anniversary of the Denver Film Festival, organizers are making it bigger than ever.
4/20 Rally Permits Still UndecidedDenver typically hands out permits for parks on Nov. 1 but the April 20, 2018 Civic Center Park event permit is still up in the air.
Suspected Drunk Driver Charged In Civic Center Park RolloverDenver's district attorney charged a woman accused of driving into Civic Center Park and running over a piece of Denver's art history.
'Just Fix It!': Artist Reacts To Art Damaged In Rollover CrashA suspected drunk driver plowed through a piece of Denver's art history early Friday morning.
Battle Shaping Up Over 4/20 Rally PermitA battle is shaping up over who will get the permit to organize next year's annual 4/20 rally in Civic Center Park.
The Heroin Fix: Addicts Saving Each Other With NarcanThe drug Narcan is becoming first responders first line of defense in the opioid crisis. In Denver alone, paramedics have used Narcan to reverse more than 4,000 overdoses over the past five years.
Rock ‘n’ Roll Denver Half Marathon Hits Ground RunningMore than 14,000 runners will race for the finish line at the Transamerica Rock ‘n’ Roll Denver Half Marathon.
Canopies Take Shape Over Civic Center StationConstruction on RTD's Civic Center Station has been in the works for the past 15 months. On Tuesday, a huge milestone was added to the project which changed the shape of the downtown landmark.
Mobile Vote Center Debuts On National Voter Registration DayColorado has one of the highest voter registrations in the country. Last year, 87 percent of those eligible to vote in Colorado are registered, the largest in the country. Now, there's still a campaign to register more.