Denver sheriff: Stop releasing inmates early
The Denver Sheriff Department can’t seem to keep its calendar straight. The agency has punished four deputies in the past month for letting inmates out of jail at the wrong time, according to The Denver Post.
People have been released anywhere from a year early to 24 days late; in response, the sheriff has ordered an audit, Noelle Phillips reports. Head over to the Post for more details on how this even happened.
Here’s why Denverites say they haven’t voted yet
Nearly 88% of registered voters haven't turned in a ballot, and older Denverites look like they'll be determining the future of the city.
The parking garage next to Tattered Cover, Twist & Shout and above The Sie FilmCenter is no longer free
Customers and employees of the businesses in the complex will receive free parking through a ticket validation system.
Small fire near Cherry Creek State Park in Aurora has been contained
A small brush fire near Chambers and Parker roads forced a handful of homes to be evacuated.
Big out-of-state money is flowing to support Mike Johnston again
It didn't work in races for governor or U.S. Senate, but the super PAC backing him has already collected $1.8 million.
Denver Street Sweeping returns on Election Day
It's that time of year the streets get a little cleaner and drivers get more $50 tickets.
Who do developers want to be Denver’s next mayor? Here’s what public data shows
The industry has given to several mayoral and city council candidates, but developers' contributions to one mayoral candidate stand out.
Things to do in Denver this weekend, March 31-April 2
Russell Square Park reopens and more!
Words to Power’s Open Mic gives teens a space to air it out and be heard for a change
"The youth are speaking but people are not listening."
You can take your boat out on Cherry Creek Reservoir starting Saturday
All you need to know about getting out on the water.
Dazzle’s new location will feature artwork from local artists preserving the history of Colorado Jazz
The delay in opening has opened up opportunities for local partnerships led by Owner and President, Donald Rossa.
What we know about the decision to reintroduce armed officers to DPS schools
What the Denver Public School board's decision from last week does and the schools where parents and students can expect to see police.
Service disruptions could be coming to an RTD line near you
Maintenance will affect the E, H and R lines, along with separate L line disruptions until October.
DU gymnastics’ scores are up and the program is breaking records just in time to host NCAA regionals this weekend
It's the first step on the road to a national championship.
Park Hill Golf Course’s future reimagined — by sixth graders
The kids were much better behaved than some adults as they discussed what they believe could be done with the 155-acre plot of land.
West Denver neighborhoods will be shaped for the next 20 years by the area plan City Council approved this week
The plan encompasses Barnum, Barnum West, Sun Valley, Valverde, Villa Park and West Colfax.
What Denver mayoral candidates on the ballot say about safety in Denver Public Schools and youth violence
Parents and students called for more gun safety laws and security measures liked armed officers in schools in the aftermath of the East High School shooting.
What happens if candidates in the mayoral and city council races fail to get more than 50% of the vote?
In a crowded field with no frontrunner, getting above 50% would be an impressive feat.
Denver’s municipal election turnout has long been pretty bad. Maybe things will be better this year?
Do you have a good strategy to get your friends interested in democracy?
Candidates in the at-large city council race have received racist, homophobic harassment
One filed a police report after receiving over a dozen hateful letters in the mail.
Another round of the very popular e-bike rebates will be available Tuesday
Denverite's claimed almost 900 rebates last time in less than half an hour.