Denver City Council
More families in Denver are speaking out about the lack of housing options within their price range in the city.
Denver officials were meeting with technology executives on Wednesday to discuss a city tax on software services that is leading some businesses to consider relocating.
There should be more police officers on the streets of the Mile High City soon after the Denver City Council approved nearly $2 million to hire more cops to patrol the Ballpark and Lower Downtown neighborhoods.
Nearly three-quarters of Denver 4-year-olds are enrolled in preschool, one of the highest rates in the country. Denver Mayor Michael Hancock wants to expand the city’s program.
The Denver City Council must decide if it will ask voters to reauthorize a tax first put in place in 2006 for a program aimed at making sure children are ready to learn when they enter kindergarten.
There’s a battle over property rights versus historic preservation in Denver and now the city council will decide the fate of a historic church.
A protest group called “Occupy Denver” that used to protest in downtown Denver and in public areas has now reverted to a different tactic — descending on a quiet Denver neighborhood every Sunday afternoon and protesting outside a private home.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock on Tuesday announced several appointments to the Denver Boards and Commissions.
The Denver City Council voted to decriminalize possession of marijuana for people under the age of 21.
The Denver City Council has made a move to try and make sure minors who are caught with pot aren’t punished too harshly.