Neighbors Air Concerns At Hearing For Proposed Massive Music FestivalA public hearing was being held in Denver Monday night to discuss plans for a massive, three-day music festival that could be coming to Overland Park Golf Course.
DIA Settles On $1.8 Billion Renovation ContractDenver International Airport has settled on a $1.8 billion contract with a partner that would perform a four-year terminal renovation.
DIA Great Hall Renovation Plan 'A Big Project'A plan is in the works for a major overhaul inside Denver International Airport.
Vote Closes Zoning Loophole In Parking RequirementsThe Denver City Council approved a zoning proposal that centers on parking after controversy spiked in one neighborhood over two "micro-apartment" buildings. Now, developers will be required to provide parking depending on several factors.
Limited Parking Fuels 'Micro-Apartment' Zoning Proposal DebateThe Denver City Council will discuss a zoning proposal that centers on parking after controversy spiked in one neighborhood over two "micro-apartment" buildings.
City Moves Forward With Massive Music Festival PlansDespite more opposition than support, the City of Denver is moving forward with plans for a massive music festival at the historic Overland Park Golf Course.
Festival At Overland Golf Course One Step Closer To RealityThe City and County of Denver is moving forward in the process to host a massive three-day music and art festival at Overland Park Golf Course.
Denver City Council Members In London During Terror AttackSome Denver city council members and other city officials were in London when a terrorist attack killed four people and left dozens more injured on Wednesday.
T-Mobile Glitch Blamed In 911 DelayDenver's 911 call center is seeing an increase in T-mobile "looping calls" that the director says are responsible for jamming up lines during some of the center's busiest periods.
Auditor Puts Brakes On Oracle Contract, Cites $500,000 MistakeDenver City Auditor Tim O’Brien today refused to sign a $6.1 million contract for services from Oracle until the contract numbers match the amount approved by Denver city council.
Backup Call Center May Have Played Role In 911 DelayThe director of the 911 service for Denver is responding to claims that a call for help went unanswered for more than 15 minutes.
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.

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