Crown Architecture and Consulting has been tapped to design what could one day be Denver's tallest building.
State Sen. Angela Williams, a Denver Democrat, said construction defects reform is a "thicket" that won't be solved with "one big jumbo bill."
Every year, Colorado legislators pledge to tackle construction defects reform, and every year it doesn't happen.
Colorado Secretary of State Wayne Williams officially certified the results of the 2016 general election yesterday, after the deadline to request a recount passed.
Everyone said, "Cheese."
Denver voters easily approved two tax measures on Tuesday that will raise $628 million to benefit the city’s public schools.
Lauren Ott, lead registered dietitian at the University of Colorado Anschutz Health and Wellness Center, offered some advice on how to treat your body right when you're feeling stressed out.
The governing board of Aurora’s longest-running charter school is opposing the school district’s $300 million bond issue for building improvements, arguing that existing charter schools aren’t getting their fair share while a charter network from Denver stands to benefit.
"I think that we can negotiate better. We’ve done it for years and years, and we get things done that men cannot do."
Lena Dunham is coming to Denver this Saturday to do some "Women Grab Back" canvassing on behalf of Hillary Clinton.
Almost $2 million has poured into campaigns working to pass Colorado’s 10 largest school bond requests from a range of interests that could benefit, a Chalkbeat review has found.
Colorado election results over time: Denver has picked a Republican for president twice since Kennedy
Denverite looks at how Denver County has remained politically consistent through the years while other counties have shifted on their choice for president.
Denver ordered 160,000 redesigned "I voted" stickers that show of the Mile High city's skyline.
A new poll from Monmouth University shows former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Sen. Michael Bennet maintaining double-digit leads in Colorado.
Raising Colorado's minimum wage to $12 by 2020 would be a net positive for the state, according to a new report from the University of Denver.
Lawmaker: Probe deleted Clinton emails cited in FBI report
Colorado voters could make it harder to change the constitution.