Denver is a city made up of neighborhoods, 78 is the official count, with each offering its own personality. These five just highlight what makes the Mile High City such a hot spot to live.
In a State of the City address heavy on employment, transit, tourism and business development, Mayor Michael Hancock on Monday trumpeted the city’s gains in attracting manufacturers and culturing an environment for start-ups.
Most fans thought Team USA was out of the World Cup after falling behind Belgium 2-0, but the excitement was just starting. The Americans couldn’t pull off the comeback, but it was a thrilling ride for the fans.
There should be more police officers on the streets of the Mile High City soon after the Denver City Council approved nearly $2 million to hire more cops to patrol the Ballpark and Lower Downtown neighborhoods.
New numbers show people all across the country love the city of Denver. Tourism to the Mile High City and surrounding areas set a new record last year with more than 14 million visitors.
Denver Mayor Michael Hancock says more police officers are needed to patrol the streets in LoDo.
The newly redesigned Union Station transportation center doesn’t open to the public for several weeks, but officials on Friday gave members of the media a tour of the facility.
Business owners are looking for ways to cut down crime in LoDo and they’re getting help from students at Metropolitan State University.
A big change is coming to the Denver Police Department. In addition to guns and body armor, some officers will soon be armed with cameras.
The Denver Police Department will begin equipping offcers in District Six with body cameras within the next month as part of a pilot project that will likely go department-wide.