Tentative Agreement Reached In Shapiro CaseCBS4 has learned the city of Denver has reached a tentative agreement to pay Senior Assistant City Attorney Stuart Shapiro more than $600,000 to settle his claims of retaliation by the Denver City Attorney's office.
Magic Johnson Could Be Part Of Major Makeover At DIADenver International Airport is preparing for a major makeover and basketball legend Magic Johnson could be part of it.
Event Planners Steering Conventions Away From Denver Due To 16th Street Mall IssuesViolence at the 16th Street Mall could start costing the city of Denver money as businesses have second thoughts about holding events at the Colorado Convention Center.
'It Rocked Me': Councilman Brooks Recovers After 15-Pound Tumor RemovedDenver City Councilman Albus Brooks is recovering at home after a 15-pound tumor was removed from his body. The cancer is so rare only 600 people in the U.S. are diagnosed with it each year.
Denver's Mayor Visits Albus Brooks After Surgery To Remove TumorDenver Mayor Michael Hancock visited Denver City Councilman Albus Brooks in the hospital after a successful surgery to remove a 15-pound tumor.
Councilman Battling Rare Form Of Cancer Humbled By SupportDenverites gathered Saturday at City Park to support a city councilman who was suddenly diagnosed with a rare form of cancer.
City Council Approves Rate Hikes For Public Works ProjectsDenver City Council approved an increase in annual storm and sanitary sewer rates after Monday night’s meeting.
Tighter Guidelines Agreed Upon For Denver Short Term RentalsDenver City Council approved new rules for short-term rentals that will affect how people use websites like AirBnb and VRBO in Denver.
Former Denver City Council Candidate Guilty Of Forging Petition SignaturesA former candidate for Denver City Council District 2 has pleaded guilty to allegations that she forged petition signatures.
City Council Approves Graywater Use For DenverDenver City Council passed an ordinance Monday that allows Denver to use graywater for residential, commercial, and industrial purposes.
Denver Police Fire Shots To Test Wildly Successful 'ShotSpotter' SystemDenver police fired gunshots Friday night to test the city's ShotSpotter system. The system helps police pinpoint the location of shootings before they're called in.
Deadlock Kills Dispensary Moratorium Proposal After Packed Public HearingThere are now almost 100 dispensaries in the city of Denver alone -- the same number of Starbucks, McDonald's, Taco Bells and King Soopers combined.