City, Residents Say 'It’s Time To Take Back Colfax'Safety on Colfax has been a problem for decades. Just ask the long-time residents.
Hancock Outlines City's Strengths, Weaknesses In State Of The CityDenver Mayor Michael Hancock emphasized many issues in his State of the City address, including affordable housing.
Denver Mayor: 'We Pledge To Meet The Targets Of The Paris Agreement'Denver Mayor Michael Hancock says the city will do what it can to live up to the Paris climate change agreement.
New Apartment Complex Opens Near Union StationThe grand opening of a new apartment building near Union Station is designed to help ease the tight rental market.
Drone Doughnut Delivery Gets A Test Run In DenverA drone delivered doughnuts around Denver on Wednesday in advance of National Doughnut Day.
New Ordinance Aims To Prevent DeportationA new city ordinance aims to prevent deportation for immigrants who commit low-level crimes in Denver.
Sentencing Reform Allows For Hate Crime ConsiderationDenver Mayor Michael Hancock signed into law on Thursday an ordinance passed by the city council earlier this week which restructures sentencing in the city.
Teen's Murder Investigation: Rep. Coffman Wants AnswersColorado U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman wants Denver Mayor Michael Hancock to look into how police are treating the family of a slain Aurora teenager and their investigation into his death.
'HOPE' Helps City Tackle Housing For HomelessThe City of Denver is launching a coordinated effort to combat homelessness. There is already a dedicated fund of $150 million to create 6,000 affordable homes. Now, comes a citywide effort to get the homeless a place to live and a good paying job.
Dozens Of New Officers Join The Denver Police ForceMore than 30 officers joined the Denver police force on Friday.
ICE: Courthouses Not Off-Limits For Arresting Suspected Illegal ImmigrantsU.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement is defending arrests caught on camera at the Denver Lindsey-Flanagan Courthouse.
Denver Sheriff Overtime Payments Shatter RecordsNew figures from the Denver Sheriff Department show that Denver taxpayers forked out nearly $14 million in overtime for deputies in 2016, easily eclipsing previous overtime records set by the department.