Low-Income Renters Struggle To Stay In DenverThe U.S. Census Bureau reports that 1,000 new households move to Denver every month. That influx of people is pushing up rent rates and displacing lower income workers who can no longer afford to live in the city.
Free Computer Tablets For All 2nd-Graders At A Denver Elementary SchoolIt was an especially exciting start to the school year for students at one Denver elementary school.
Denver Wants To Help Small Businesses Succeed With 'Jump Start'The City of Denver wants to help small businesses succeed with $50,000 prize in cash and services to the person who has the best business plan.
United Airlines Chooses Denver For Global Flight Training ProgramUnited Airlines announced that it will base its entire pilot training program out of its Denver facility.
Denver Offers New Homebuyer Assistance ProgramThere's an effort to make it easier for families to own a home in the Denver area.
Mayor Hancock Appoints New Housing DirectorDenver Mayor Michael Hancock announced the appointment of Doug B. Smith to become Denver's new Director of Housing and Neighborhood Services.
Colorado Teens Having Hard Time Finding Summer JobsIt's not easy to find work these days, and teenagers looking for summer job are having a particular tough time.
Hancock Names Small-Business Director For DenverDenver Mayor Michael Hancock on Tuesday named Chris Martinez director of the Division of Small Business Opportunity, with the task of making the city more supportive of startups and small businesses.