Denver Gives Green Light To Beer & Wine In ParksDenver Parks and Recreation is recommending allowing full-strength beer and wine in parks starting in 2019.
Councilman Proposes Sales Tax Increase To Improve ParksA Denver city councilman is proposing a sales tax increase to help improve parks, trails and open spaces.
Future Of Elitch Gardens Uncertain After Development Plan ApprovalThe Denver City Council voted Monday night in favor of long-term development plan that would completely change the face of the Central Platte Valley-Auraria District.
Question Looms Over What Happens To Elitch Gardens With Redevelopment PlanLate Monday night, Denver City Council unanimously approved a huge redevelopment project that will add condos, offices, hotels and restaurants to the area.
Neighbors Fight Over Property That Belongs To The CityNeighbors in a Denver neighborhood are fighting over a piece of property which none of them own.
DIA Gets Ready To Expand As Population BoomsPlans are moving forward to add nearly 40 new gates to Denver International Airport. By 2021, 39 gates will be added to the concourses at DIA.
City Council To Vote On Rental Assistance Program ExtensionThe Denver City Council will decide whether to extend a program that helps people who are facing eviction.
DIA CEO On Staff Travel: ‘We Have Some Abusers’Denver International Airport CEO Kim Day is responding to recent allegations of lavish travel expenses for airport employees and staff.
One Way Paris Flights For Hancock, DIA Staff Cost $7,000-$9,000 Per PersonA CBS4 Investigation has found some business class flights to Paris last month for Denver Mayor Michael Hancock, his appointees and Denver International Airport administrators cost between $7,000 to $9,000 with some roundtrip tickets running nearly $16,000.
Public Pot Permits Proving UnpopularA permit system allowing businesses and events to designate areas where people can smoke pot has hardly been used.
City Councilors Take On Slot Home DebateThe City of Denver is working to make sure new housing doesn't overwhelm neighborhoods.
Following Cancer Surgery, City Council President Tweets ThanksDenver City Council President Albus Brooks updated the public on his fight against cancer.