- A police chase started near downtown where shots were reported early this morning, then continued onto I-70, and ended with a man jumping 40 feet off a bridge (7) ????
- Colorado is one of just six U.S. states that doesn’t require a background check for nurses, and The Denver Post found and shared specific examples of people with prior convictions not disclosing them, and working as nurses here. (DP) ????
- State Sen. Mike Johnston, “mentioned frequently as a possible successor to Gov. John Hickenlooper,” got a big shoutout as a “Young Democrat to Watch” in a New York Times op-ed (NYT)
- Meanwhile, the coasts (and Coloradans) have one more day to wait before knowing which Republican to next watch closely (RollCall)
- Today’s the deadline for bids for Sports Authority Field naming rights (CBS4)
- Things we saw this weekend: a huge sand sculpture party in Arvada, people boating and playing at Confluence Park, cookies and change in Sunnyside and Highland, and … so much traffic on Colorado Blvd.
As a big chunk of a Superfund nears closing, north Denver residents worry polluted soils still pose a threat
One environmental challenge of growth: contamination laying in soil that's now being dug up for redevelopment.
The city council could also just charge a fee.
Most undocumented immigrants in the U.S. are longtime residents. One in Denver faces possible deportation this week.
Carlos Blanco faces a judge on Tuesday after he was pulled over in 2011.
Immigration advocates are looking for assurances from Governor-elect Polis that they’ll have a seat at the table
As the Trump administration considers rules that would make it harder for undocumented immigrants to get food aid or Section 8 housing, Colorado has its own decisions to make.
Turns out we're good at bricks and borrowing.
Hello, additional transportation-disrupting business!
The outgoing governor and his allies are taking new steps toward launching a presidential campaign, including interviews with dozens of potential staffers and hiring a pollster and national fundraiser, according to a person close to the Democrat.
It’s a policy to catch up with the popularity of free-roaming scooter-share services Lime, Bird and Razor.
The venue's history is something of a mystery, but Denver music pillar Jerri Theil and developer Ken Wolf are eager to restore it.
Denver’s small force of red light cameras and electronic speed traps will grow, but CDOT blocked police from putting them at crucial dangerous intersections
"BS" is involved, according to one councilman.
These candidates are very different.
Perl is one of two people currently running for Denver Clerk and Recorder.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office just took a hardline stance against Denver’s plan for a supervised drug use site
The federal response comes after the City Council passed a bill allowing for a supervised injection site pilot program.
More than 10,000 people were convicted of low-level marijuana crimes just between 2001 and 2013.