Muslim Restauranteur Claims Landlord Refused To Lease Based On ReligionA Boulder restaurant owner is searching for a new place to rent after he was allegedly denied a lease in Denver’s Capitol Hill neighborhood because of his religion.
Social Media Helps Police Track Down Suspected PeeperA suspected peeper in Capitol Hill was arrested Thursday but neighbors, who helped spread information about the man, are still vigilant.
Ryan Bows Out: 'I Have Given This Job Everything I Have'Claiming he's accomplished a "heckuva lot," House Speaker Paul Ryan announced Wednesday he will not run for re-election and will retire next year, injecting another layer of uncertainty as Republicans face worries over losing their majority in the fall.
Mark Zuckerberg Testifies Before CongressMark Zuckerberg's moment in the hot seat on Capitol Hill has arrived.
Sen. Bennet Calls For Sen. Franken To ResignSen. Michael Bennet is calling for Sen. Al Franken to resign amid allegations of sexual misconduct.
Rep. Mike Coffman Talks Tax Plan At Town HallColorado Congressman Mike Coffman hosted a telephone town hall on Wednesday to talk with constituents about the Republican tax plan on Capitol Hill.
Rep. DeGette Says Ex-Congressman Filner Tried To Kiss HerU.S. Rep. Diana DeGette says former California congressman Bob Filner tried to kiss her in an elevator while they were serving in Congress together.
Police Search For Sexual Assault Suspect After AttackWomen in Capitol Hill are on high alert as Denver police search for a sexual assault suspect.
Another Whole Foods On The Chopping BlockAnother Whole Foods store is set to close.
Finding A Place To Park For Capitol Hill Residents Continues To Be A ProblemNew residents to one of the Denver's most popular neighborhoods, Capitol Hill, say the already-challenging parking situation has gotten even tougher.
Police ID Victim Of Fatal Stabbing As 21-Year-Old WomanPolice have identified the victim of a fatal stabbing in the Capitol Hill neighborhood early Christmas morning.
Police Hand Out Free LED Bulbs To Offer Residents More ProtectionPolice in Denver say leaving your front porch light on may be the most effective way to protect your home.