Private developers could build some 20 million square feet over about 20 years on Denver airport land, according to its chief real estate officer.
The company's five-year contract is coming to a close, and the Denver City Council must decide whether to renew.
It started on Jan. 16 as social-media posts warned residents that oil drillers could be interested in their neighborhood.
Denver police say the Weld County Republican is being held for investigation of introducing a firearm into a transportation facility.
The sprawling LED display has drawn some criticism as a perceived extravagance, but DIA officials claim it's a sound investment.
The airport now is requesting permission from the city government to take on the full cost itself, paying a total of $14.5 million to Panasonic to build the sign.
Being an astronaut from Denver may not be enough to get a bronze statue of oneself installed at Denver International Airport.
Protestors were told by Denver Police Commander Tony Lopez that they could not do "anything that could be construed as free speech" at DIA.
Every year, like clockwork, we hear about people whose cars are disabled by rabbits and other varmints near Denver International Airport.
A new poll from Monmouth University shows former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Sen. Michael Bennet maintaining double-digit leads in Colorado.
Go to the website of any major airline. Type in the name of our airport -- you know, D-I-A.