Denver Admits Software Licensing Violations, Taxpayers Will Pay MillionsDenver 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.
Colorado Law Enforcement Agencies Defend Decision To Not Aid ICEColorado law enforcement agencies and cities are defending their decision to not aid federal agents looking to deport undocumented residents who have been charged or convicted with a crime.
Denver Mayor Hancock Declares Tuesday 'Immigration Day Of Action'Denver Mayor Michael Hancock will declare Tuesday an Immigrant Day of Action on the steps of the City County Building.
'Upside-Down Magic' Brings Young Readers TogetherYoung readers can all be on the same page when it comes to reading this summer. Denver Mayor Michael Hancock announced "Upside-Down Magic" as this year's youth "One Book One Denver."
Cheerleader, Priest, Mayor Help CBS4's Mark Haas With Bracket ChallengeFilling out an NCAA bracket is a lot of fun, but can also be pretty frustrating when half of your picks are wrong by the end of the first weekend. So this year, CBS4’s Mark Haas went out to get some help.
Explosive Detection Dog Retires, Recognized With His Own DayAfter a successful career, one explosive detection dog is ready for more naps and rest time.
Tiny Home Village Proposed To House HomelessA first of its kind tiny home village could be coming to Denver's Rino neighborhood as a proposed solution to the homeless problem around the city.
DIA Smashes Passenger RecordAirport officials say Denver International Airport has smashed its all time passenger record by four million people.
Woman Facing Deportation In Sanctuary: System Can't 'Break' HerAn emotional Jeanette Vizguerra addressed the media from inside her sanctuary at Denver's First Unitarian Church.
Victim Of Devastating Crash Meets With Mayor About Pedestrian SafetyThe survivor of a horrible 2013 crash spoke with Mayor Michael Hancock about the importance of pedestrian safety Tuesday, in a push to make changes.
Mayor Hancock: 'We Don't Believe In Ripping Families Apart'Denver Mayor Michael Hancock, and other city officials, hosted an open forum for community members concerned about immigration enforcement.
Thousands Gather In Denver To Support Muslims Amid Travel Restrictions FightThousands of people gathered Saturday at Denver's Civic Center Park to stand behind those of the Muslim faith.

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