Denver Gets Federal Funding Previously Withheld Over 'Sanctuary City' ConflictThe City and County of Denver received almost three quarters of a million dollars from the federal government after a successful legal rebuke of the U.S. Department of Justice's attempt to penalize several American cities for their lack of cooperation in immigration enforcement.
Get Ready For The 1st Wireless Emergency Alert Test In DenverThe Office of Emergency Management in Denver will test its wireless emergency testing system on Wednesday providing the local agency with another way to contact the public directly on their cellphones.
Denver Prepares For 'Very Important' Wireless Emergency TestThe Office of Emergency Management in Denver will test its wireless emergency testing system on Wednesday providing the local agency with another way to contact the public directly on their cellphones.
French Bulldogs Stuck In Limbo Amid Legal BattleThis summer, the Denver Animal Shelter adopted out dozens of French Bulldogs which were rescued from deplorable conditions.
'Golf Isn't Everyone's Game': Park Hill Course To CloseThe Park Hill Golf Course will close at the end of 2018.
City Of Denver Hosts Open HouseThe City and County of Denver is holding an open house event, to present the framework for the draft of the five-year comprehensive housing plan and annual action plan.
'Pop-Up' Park To Bring New Life To LoDoThere’s another road closure in downtown Denver -- this time for a fun-filled project.
Video Shows Alleged Racial Profiling By PoliceA man from Aurora says he was racially profiled while waiting to pick up a friend at an apartment in Denver.
City Moves Forward With Massive Music Festival PlansDespite more opposition than support, the City of Denver is moving forward with plans for a massive music festival at the historic Overland Park Golf Course.
Festival At Overland Golf Course One Step Closer To RealityThe City and County of Denver is moving forward in the process to host a massive three-day music and art festival at Overland Park Golf Course.
Alley Fight: Neighbor Vs. Neighbor Over Garage UseA resident of Denver’s Cherry Creek North neighborhood has filed a lawsuit against his neighbor saying he no longer can use his garage due to the way his neighbor parks.
DPD Gives Bike To Former Homeless Man Thriving In New Work ProgramLong before the City of Denver offered him a job, Danny Tims, Jr. was picking up trash in Civic Center Park.
Top State Executive Fired, CBI Investigating Alleged EmbezzlementCBS4 has learned the Colorado Department of Transportation has fired one of its top executives amidst concerns he stole thousands of dollars through the use of CDOT purchasing cards.
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.
Mayor Hancock: Helping The Homeless Will Remain A PriorityHomelessness in Denver is the most complex issue Mayor Michael Hancock said he has faced while in office.