City Unveils $1.4 Billion Budget With Focus On Housing, TransportationMayor Michael Hancock unveiled a nearly $1.4 billion budget to the city council on Tuesday.
Denver Passes Immigrant Protections Amid White House ThreatsDenver's City Council has approved an ordinance aimed at protecting immigrants amid White House threats to revoke federal money from so-called sanctuary cities — but the effort falls short of legal challenges to those threats by Chicago, San Francisco and other cities.
After Scary Experience, City Council President Backs Supervised Injection FacilityCity Council President Albus Brooks put his full support behind a proposal to create a supervised injection facility in Denver on Tuesday.
City Council Considers Stance On Protecting Immigrants From Federal AgentsDozens of people filled the room where the Denver City Council met on Wednesday to consider taking a stance on protecting immigrants from federal agents.
Plans For Large Denver Music Festival Get The Green LightThe Denver City Council approved a contract for a massive three-day music festival to be held at Overland Park Golf Course.
Decision On Overland Music Festival Expected Monday NightA decision on the Overland Music Festival is expected soon.
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.