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"To me, an RNO is a micro element in the bigger picture of the city of Denver where we all want to have a great workplace and living place."
The EPA said our system is one of the most successful. The funding will save residents time and money as Denver removes lead pipes.
Here’s what the two finalists to lead Denver’s law enforcement watchdog office say they want to focus on
The candidates met virtually with the public twice this week.
Applications are due Dec. 15.
Oh traffic jams, oh traffic jams, how crowded are your parking lots.
All local ballot measures passed, except the one charging landlords for eviction legal defense.
Romero Troupe’s James Walsh is running for mayor to make Denver “the most worker friendly city in the country”
As for his campaign, "it’s completely grassroots,” he said.
Federal officials say Denver Water’s approach could be a model for how to tackle the lead pipe crisis.
Alex Valdez, a businessman and state house representative for northwest Denver, filed paperwork to run for mayor of Denver Wednesday.
For local, state and federal officials, it's a win. Community members still have questions.
The Safety, Housing, Education & Homelessness Committee approved a $3,300,000 loan agreement between HOST and Montbello Organizing Committee for the project. Now, it heads to council.
Denver’s police alternative STAR program could get additional staff, vans and expand to 24-hour service next year
The Safety, Housing, Education and Homelessness Committee approved a proposal to expand the program. It now heads to City Council.
“The most important part of me being successful in this campaign is building coalitions within the community so they can enlighten me on policy priorities they want."
Swarn follows in the footsteps of longtime General Manager Carlos Lando.
Anderson said he was set to run for Denver City Council but changed his mind after the board’s recent school closure debate.
Jill Locantore of the Denver Streets Partnership spearheaded a massive push to overhaul Denver's sidewalks.
The election spokesperson Denver depends on is semi-retiring ahead of an “entertaining” 2023 municipal election
Alton Dillard is accustomed to crisis communication, but the crowded 2023 election could be more than even he wants to handle.
The additional revenue would go toward building a new facility that would house all the rental car companies that operate at DIA.
Stevens, a small businessman and teacher, says he wants to focus on education and investing in the city's residents