Denver Mayor Michael Hancock was on trash duty in Denver’s Swansea neighborhood.
The city applied for a three-year federal grant on Tuesday to provide, if asked by the federal government, temporary shelter care and support for children who arrive unaccompanied in the United States from Central America.
Broadband and telephone service provider CenturyLink announced on Monday that it’s providing one-gigabit-per-second Internet speeds to some Denver neighborhoods and businesses.
A Colorado facility located miles from anywhere is being considered to house some of the immigrant children who have been flooding into the United States from Central America.
Embattled Denver Sheriff Gary Wilson has left his position but will remain in the department, Mayor Michael Hancock announced on Monday.
Immigration experts reacted on Sunday to Denver’s plan to possibly shelter and care for migrant children who have entered the country illegally by the tens of thousands since the fall.
Rep. Jared Polis, D-Boulder, praised the “poise and grace” of the children entering the United States across the Mexico border, just as Denver is considering seeking federal grants to care for them.
The Broncos weren’t overwhelming favorites to win Super Bowl XLVIII but a 43-8 loss to the Seattle Seahawks was a punch to the stomach of Broncos Nation. That story tops the list of the top Colorado sports stories of the first half of 2014.
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.
Here is the text of Denver Mayor Michael Hancock’s 2014 State of the City address from the Denver Art Museum.