Until Thursday, Denver Fire's arson investigation team was entirely human. Now, they have Cora, the 2-year-old black lab with a heck of a nose.
Denver city officials wanted to buy the land and open it up for use as parkland and development.
“This is quite literally a result of gentrification.”
The proposed deal, which would require the approval of the Denver City Council, would have Denver pay $20.5 million over the course of 30 years for the property.
The city of Denver plans to add bike lanes to complete a north-south connection that some cyclists have found lacking on the east side of town.
Activists fear city, nonprofit working to replace golf with development and flood control in Park Hill
The future of the Park Hill Golf Club is up in the air, and neighborhood activists say the city of Denver needs to be more transparent.
The two new shelters will collectively have room for several hundred people. They'll serve as a replacement for a current "overflow" shelter further east.
The pint-sized canines were removed from a local residence last month on suspicion that they were kept in cruel conditions.
You, dog lover, this is for you.
Developers are planning a remake the Oneida Park shopping center in South Park Hill into a "gathering place" with curated restaurants, retailers and an outdoor venue to host various local events.
A handful of buildings along Fairfax Street in the Park Hill neighborhood will come down to make way for a $25 million mixed-use project in the area.
Denver-area dog park scheduled to close, but its founder isn’t done fighting for the space, a memorial for her son
“I feel him when I’m here." Quackenboss said, remembering her son. “I can hear him going, ‘Go mom!’”
A Denver developer is planning to demolish a handful of properties along Fairfax Street in the Park Hill neighborhood and replace the structures with a park, restaurants, office space and dozens of new housing units.
This one's for Kyle Clark.
The top reasons people give up their pets to Denver Animal Protection are health problems and behavior problems.
After highlighting some great young pups, we wanted to give the older and wiser dogs of the Mile High City their time in the spotlight.
Is your four-legged best friend age 8 or older? Do you live in the Denver area? Submit him or her to our 50 over 50 list of Denver's top dogs.