Denver Admits Software Licensing ViolationsDenver taxpayers will be paying millions of dollars more this year for city use of Oracle software after the city admitted it violated its licensing agreements with Oracle and was threatened with a potential $10 million penalty for overuse.
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.
Plane Slides Off Taxiway At DIAThere are reports that a Southwest Airlines plane slid off a taxiway at Denver International Airport Saturday evening.
DIA Spends $300,000 For Graffiti Art, No Coloradans ChosenDenver International Airport is spending nearly $300,000 for what's known as "street art," or graffiti, but none of the money is going to Colorado graffiti artists.
DIA Construction Will Cause Parking Problems For YearsTravelers should get ready for years of delays at Denver International Airport before they even get to the terminal.
Creek Near DIA Contaminated With Raw SewageCrews at Denver International Airport are cleaning up a sewage spill. The spill happened on Pena Boulevard over Labor Day weekend.