Denver Mayor Michael Hancock joined mayors of several other cities in calling for policy changes to make it easier for cities to regulate legal marijuana.
While Hancock has much more money in the bank, the challenger has raised more money in the first months of 2018.
Around 60 community leaders and activists gathered on the steps of the City and County Building on Wednesday morning to hold a press conference demanding the resignation of Mayor Michael B. Hancock.
One of the text messages described the woman as "sexy," and the recipient described herself as the victim of sexual harassment, according to Denver7.
"We stand with them," Hancock told the press. "It's time for the United States President and the United States Congress to act."
"Now more than ever, Democratic mayors must be the ones to lead on the issues that affect all of us," Hancock said in a statement.
Mayor Michael Hancock unveiled Wednesday the first of four billboards going up across the city.
Bennie Milliner had relatively little experience in social services when he took the Road Home job — and he was dropped straight into a heated conversation.
A landscape architect who specializes in green roofs says anxiety around implementation is overblown. "We're ready," Leila Tolderlund said. "Bring it on."
Denver has released the comprehensive housing plan that will guide its investments and programs for the next five years and seek to turn the tide of what officials are deeming a housing crisis.
Community activists think the neighborhoods that will bear the brunt of the impact of the project should have at least as much representation as CSU and the stock show.
Democrats condemned the decision, and U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman, a Republican, said he'll push for a vote on the Bridge Act to buy Dreamers more time.
Mayor Michael Hancock was surrounded by activists as he signed an executive order outlining additional steps Denver will take to protect immigrants.
"We don't give away keys to the city, John. Too many people breaking in."
Councilman Kevin Flynn voted against the first version of a bill to limit Denver's cooperation with immigration authorities when it was at committee, but on Monday night, he said changes to the bill allow him to vote yes.
The $1.8B public-private partnership to renovate the Great Hall at Denver International Airport likely will be just the first such deal that Denver enters into.
Denver “won’t be bullied or blackmailed,” mayor says as city officials propose limiting cooperation with ICE
Mayor Michael Hancock, Denver City Council members and immigrant advocates have united behind an ordinance that would give force of law to city policies.