Travel Ban Protesters Get Legal VictoryTravel ban protesters gained a legal victory from the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals.
Development South Of DIA Could Lead Up To 60,000 New HomesAurora is planning to bring new homes, restaurants, and offices to the city in the coming years.
Freezing Rain, Blowing Snow, Arctic Temps Bring Travel WoesHundreds of passengers were delayed at Denver International Airport as a big storm pummels the Northeast.
Airlines Issuing Travel Waivers Ahead Of East Coast BlizzardSome airlines are offering travel waivers ahead of a powerful Nor'easter that's expected to bring heavy snow and strong winds to the Northeast.
Protesters Gather At DIA Over Latest Travel BanThe signing of a new travel ban by President Donald Trump sent protesters back to Denver International Airport.
Last Year Was The Busiest For DIALast year was the busiest year ever at Denver International Airport.
TSA Unveils New Pat-Downs As DIA Prepares For Busy Spring Break PeriodTo open the spring break travel season, the Transportation Security Administration has unveiled plans to change standard procedure for security pat-downs.
DIA Smashes Passenger RecordAirport officials say Denver International Airport has smashed its all time passenger record by four million people.
United Adds Denver, Chicago Flights At ColumbiaUnited Airlines plans to add daily flights from Columbia Regional Airport in mid-Missouri to both Denver and Chicago beginning this summer.
Judge Says DIA Must Allow Spur-Of-The-Moment ProtestsA federal judge says Denver International Airport needs to accommodate protests like the one last month over President Donald Trump's travel ban.
DIA Works To Keep Wildlife Off TarmacDenver International Airport works with the U.S. Department of Agriculture to keep wildlife from running onto the tarmac.
R Line Gets Ready To Open Next WeekThe R Line light rail extension will open next week.