The story of one piece of property illustrates one of the biggest challenges to reinventing places like Hampden Avenue or Colorado Boulevard.
They'll have to leave their home within months, leaving them and their advocates to scramble for the few local alternatives before the business is shut down and the site potentially redeveloped.
Thirty-six people in the United States have died after using kratom, a largely unregulated drug sold in shops around Denver, according to the federal government. A young man in Boulder may be among them.
A cyclist was hit twice in a Wadsworth intersection, and one of the drivers faces a maximum of 6 years in prison
Stephen Tecmire, 63, recently was found guilty of a felony after running over a bicyclist in a crosswalk, leaving the cyclist in quadriplegic condition.
CDOT and the city of Denver are setting aside $3.75 million for home upgrades as part of the mitigation for the I-70 expansion.
State Epidemiologist Dr. Rachel Herlihy says about 75 percent of the cases have been men.
They're familiar Denver tensions — development, lack of affordable housing and rising drug use — and each has inevitably seeped into the river.
The construction defects reform legislation that has everyone cheering is just one piece in a complicated puzzle. Don't expect more condos right away.
Street sweeping is about far more than petty fines. Denver's water and air quality depend on it.
Sen. Cory Gardner: ACA replacement doesn’t do enough to protect people covered by Medicaid expansion
U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner joined three other Republican senators Monday in signing a letter expressing concerns about the Republicans' draft health care plan.
Here's an amazing stat about cold season in Denver:
Life expectancy varies by as much as 11 years between Denver's well off and struggling neighborhoods.