Antonio Méndez organized a 64-county tour of Colorado for Lt. Gov. Donna Lynne soon after she was appointed, to help introduce her to the state and vice versa.
Cities around the U.S. are struggling with Denver’s big question: What do you do about harassment in elected office?
Denver City Council suggested that it would "lead by example" by creating a policy for reporting and investigating complaint about its members.
In the six months since it was announced, the new LIVE program has been hailed as an innovation and criticized as a handout to luxury apartment owners.
Concerns and criticisms about the early execution of Denver’s major new affordable housing effort led to several votes against Mayor Hancock's proposed budget.
"Usually, they want a blank canvas," Chavez said of taggers. "Something's happening. It's a new thing."
The 311 data that the city keeps is my favorite data set I've ever encountered. It's simultaneously incredibly messy and incredibly human.
Let's get this Friday rolling with some of that powerful knowledge. Here's what you need to know about a bad-news legalization report, a standoff in Boulder, the Broncos and more.
Denver City Council proceedings got a little shaken up this evening as Councilman Paul Kashmann introduced what became a unanimously-passed proclamation to honor Jesse Quintana.
The city used a power washer to remove the names of the 49 victims from the Pearl Street Mall.