Denver Considering Construction Defects OrdinanceThe Denver City Council is considering an ordinance designed to spur more construction in the city. In the last few years, condominium construction has dropped from 25 percent of the market to just four percent. Critics of the ordinance say it puts the squeeze on homeowners.
Gang Violence Rampant, City Adds Cops & CamerasAfter Denver police recorded their 12th gang murder in the four months of 2015, city leaders called all hands on deck.
Denver Sheriff Gary Wilson Steps DownEmbattled Denver Sheriff Gary Wilson has left his position but will remain in the department, Mayor Michael Hancock announced on Monday.
Text Of Mayor Michael Hancock's 2014 State Of The City AddressHere is the text of Denver Mayor Michael Hancock's 2014 State of the City address from the Denver Art Museum.
The Plastic Bag Issue Coming to a Ballot Box Near YouThe Roaring Fork Valley is leading the way on addressing plastic bags in grocery stores, and what they are doing might appear on a ballot near you soon.
Fires and Gangs Heating Up an Already Hot SummerAn already hot summer in Colorado is getting even hotter thanks to wildfires and gang violence. State and City leaders must react quickly before the summer of 2012 is remembered for all the wrong reasons.
Rosenthal Reaction Will Push HancockEither as a parting shot or a final warning, Denver’s Independent Monitor, Richard Rosenthal released a scathing fourth quarter report on Thursday.
2011 Election: No On Taxes, Yes On ReformIt didn’t take a rocket scientist, or political scientist for that matter, to predict that voters were not in the mood to raise taxes in 2011. Governor John Hickenlooper came to that realization last year, so the fact that nearly every tax or mill levy increase in the metro failed is not a shocker.