Denver City Council Approves Zoning Change For University Hills DevelopmentDenver City Council unanimously voted to approve a zoning change in University Hills Monday night that could change the landscape of the neighborhood.
Public Land Near Coors Field Could Be Given To Developer For $1,600 FeeA developer wants to take over a 5,950-square-foot plot of public land in downtown Denver.
City Council Member Learned Of DIA Delays 'From You Guys'Denver City Council member Debbie Ortega is pressing airport officials for answers about the newest delays in the terminal redevelopment project that she said she only learned about from an ongoing CBS4 Investigation.
City Council Candidate Hopes His Service Dog Will Spark Interest In ElectionA yellow Labrador could become the first “City of Denver Council-dog,” after the May 7 general election.
'Tampon Tax' Is No More; Unanimous Vote Makes Products Tax ExemptThe Denver City Council unanimously voted to get rid of a tax on feminine hygiene products in the city.
Denver City Council To Vote On So-Called 'Tampon Tax'The Denver City Council is getting ready to make a final vote on whether to eliminate sales tax on feminine hygiene products. The bill is set for a final vote Tuesday night.
Debate About Safe Injection Sites Is A Family Affair For SomeCarrying signs, protesters stood outside the Colorado State Capitol on Monday to urge lawmakers to reject the creation of safe injection sites for drugs.
Electric Scooters Now Allowed In Denver Bike Lanes With Certain RulesDenver City Council voted Monday night to allow electric, dockless scooters to share the road with drivers and bicyclists.
Denver City Council Unanimously Rejects Red Light Cameras, Photo Radar Van ExpansionThe Denver City Council voted Wednesday night about whether to add more red light cameras.
Area Around Elitch Gardens Gets Green Light To Be RezonedA plan to redevelop Elitch Gardens is moving forward in Denver. City Councilors approved the rezoning agreement for the River Mile Project on Monday night.
City Leaders Delay Decision On More Red Light Cameras & Photo Radar VanDenver City Council is pumping the brakes on the installation of more red light cameras and photo radar vans in the city.
City Council To Vote On More Red Light Cameras & Photo Radar VanDenver is getting ready to expand its red light cameras and photo radar vans. The city council is expected to approve a new contract on a preliminary basis.
Denver Lawmakers Considering Banning Plastic BagsA plastic bag ban could be in the works again for Denverites.
Denver To Add More Red Light Cameras, Photo Radar VanMore red light cameras and another photo radar van are being added to the streets of Denver.
Old CDOT's Headquarters To Be Converted To Mixed-Use CommunityA new proposal will transform the former headquarters for the Colorado Department of Transporation on Colorado Boulevard.