The news of former South African President Nelson Mandela’s death at the age of 95 on Thursday did not come as a surprise to former Denver Mayor Wellington Webb, but that didn’t diminish his sense of loss.
Former South African President Nelson Mandela has died at the age of 95 and his remarkable works will never be forgotten.
Former Denver Mayor Wellington Webb and his wife Wilma had a remarkable opportunity to spend time with Mandela and talked with CBS4′s Jodi Brooks about the experience.
Neighbors in Cherry Creek North have lost their fight against a high rise development. The Denver City Council approved the development Tuesday night.
As Mitt Romney prepares to visit Colorado this week the campaigns have been arguing over a remark President Barack Obama made about small businesses.
Colorado lost a true political pioneer in Paul Sandoval, last week. The Colorado political landscape would look far different without his influence and for many reasons, we are not likely to see the likes of him in today’s environment.
City and business leaders from the Denver area are heading to Washington on Friday to discuss jobs and economic development with members of President Barack Obama’s administration.
Denver International Airport is an icon of Colorado. The Teflon-coated white spires that reflect the surrounding Rocky Mountains can be seen for miles and offer a unique welcoming look or parting glance for visitors and residents alike.
Democrats scored a big victory Tuesday with the approval of preliminary Colorado legislative districts that would force Republican leadership to battle their own party members for re-election next year.
Wellington Webb denounced Republicans Monday for proposed legislative maps he argues dilute minorities’ power, ignore constitutional requirements and seek to give the GOP a comfortable lead in the Colorado House.