Denver City Council Votes To Extend Red-Light Camera ProgramDrivers can't stand them, but because police say they improve safety at intersections and because they add significant revenue to city coffers, Denver residents may see more photo radar cameras throughout the city.
Former Inmate 1 Step Closer To Getting $3.25 Million SettlementThe Denver City Council on Monday night gave initial approval to a multi million dollar settlement for a former jail inmate.
Councilwoman Questions City's Unused Sick Day Payouts PolicyA Denver City Council member wants answers about why the city is paying millions to city workers for sick days they never used.
Sick Days Mean Big PayWhile local and state government agencies are curbing services, furloughing employees and laying off workers due to shrinking budgets, a 4 On Your Side Investigation found at the same time, taxpayers are shelling out millions of dollars to retiring workers for unused sick days.
Report: Most Of Colorado Gets Priority Tax StatusA report by The Denver Post shows that tax credits created more than 20 years ago to spark economic development in the poorest areas of Colorado are now available in more than 70 percent of the state.
Denver Collects Fines On Drivers Who Stop At Red LightsThe city of Denver is bringing in thousands of dollars in fines every year by ticketing people who stop at red lights.
Denver City Council Defends Decision To Repeal Impound LawMembers of Denver City Council are defending their decision to repeal a law passed by voters. The council voted 9-1 Monday night to overturn the law.