Denver police issued fewer tickets at Saturday’s 420 rally than they did on April 20
- Dateline takes a deep dive into the controversial story of Tom Fallis, who was recently found not guilty of murder in the death of his wife, Ashley Fallis
- Happy 5/21? Denver police issued far fewer tickets at Saturday’s rescheduled 420 rally than they did on April 20 (DP)
- As if the security lines weren’t doing enough to make you miss your flight, the A Line continues to have problems (7 News)
- I bet your kid is pretty smart — four of the top 10 Colorado high schools are in Denver (U.S. News)
- Eating burritos until your body is 50 percent beans, and other things you can do for free this week (Westword)
- In other burrito news, customers might now be literally sick and tired of Chipotle (Business Insider)
Denver City Council District 10 Results: Chris Hinds likely headed for re-election, holding double-digit lead over Shannon Hoffman
Incumbent Councilmember Chris Hinds had 57% of the vote at the end of the night, compared to Shannon Hoffman's almost 43%.
Denver City Council District 8 Results: It’s a tight race between Brad Revare and Shontel Lewis
As of 11:30 p.m. Tuesday, just 20 votes separated the two candidates.
Denver City Council District 9 Results: Challenger Darrell Watson leads incumbent Candi CdeBaca by more than 3,000 votes
Watson leads in the District 9 race with 8,033 votes over CdeBaca's 4,676.
Mike Johnston will be Denver’s next mayor as Kelly Brough concedes race
The next mayor will take office on July 17.
Denver election updates: Mike Johnston declares victory
Denver's runoff election ends today. Kelly Brough and Mike Johnston are the headliners, but that's not all!
City Council votes to make safe outdoor sites program permanent
Originally meant to shelter people during the pandemic, the city-sanctioned camping sites can now continue past this year.
City Council makes building ADUs easier by passing zoning code amendment
The change tailors construction rules around neighborhood contexts, allowing more ADUs to be built with less barriers.
The Chicano Humanities and Arts Council will return to Denver’s Art District on Santa Fe later this year
A generous donation made the move possible after the art nonprofit was priced out of Denver last year.
Voting’s going better than normal ahead of Tuesday’s Denver runoff for mayor and three City Council seats
Turnout is higher than in recent municipal elections.
Denver’s realtor association has stopped analyzing naturally affordable homes, citing a lack of data
In May, just 450 homes closed under $500,000, down by 807 from June 2022.
Colorado’s Missing Indigenous Person Alerts has been in use for six months and most have been issued in Denver. Are they working?
“It is said that my people go missing three times; once in person, once in the data, and once in the media."
Lunar New Year is officially a state holiday
Gov. Polis, State Senator Julie Gonzales and State Representative Serena Gonzales-Gutierrez recognized the Colorado Asian community's efforts in bringing the bill forward and for thriving in the city.
The Colfax Avenue and Broadway intersection will be closed for a lot of Saturday as Denver Water kicks off old pipe replacement project
While some of the work could continue into Sunday, Denver Water says it shouldn't disrupt ¡Viva! Streets Denver celebrations.
Her daughter was killed on her bike in Denver. She’s still riding and pushing leaders to make streets safer
Ainslie O’Neil was killed in December 2022 when she was struck by a driver while crossing Federal Boulevard on West 35th Avenue.
Denver board divided on competing school policing proposals
The Denver Public Schools board will hear public comment next Monday and could set a special meeting then to vote.
Initially a pandemic response to homelessness, safe outdoor sites could become a long-term program
City Council will vote Monday on zoning changes that would codify the program and provide opportunities for expansion.
Broadway and Welton Street will be car-free again this Sunday for Viva Streets Denver
Due to severe weather, the event closes at 11:30 a.m.
Things to do in Denver this weekend, June 2-4
First Friday art walks, Nuggets watch parties and more!
Westwood nonprofit D3 Arts needs $18,000 to pay for building upgrades after getting cease-and-desist letter from Fire Department
The Westwood staple needs a new commercially licensed fire alarm system to continue operating as an event space for the community.
Maki Teshima’s first public art installation promotes connectedness in the Washington Park neighborhood
The installation is an ode to the art and culture of knotting across Asian communities.