Denver City Council unanimously voted to approve the initial investments into community projects that will cost $193 million in total.
When new members are sworn in later this month, the Denver school board will gain something it hasn’t had in two years: dissenting voices.
A landscape architect who specializes in green roofs says anxiety around implementation is overblown. "We're ready," Leila Tolderlund said. "Bring it on."
Well, younger Coloradans got around to it eventually. Younger than 61, that is.
Two school board candidates who agree with the direction of Denver Public Schools and two who want the district to change its trajectory were leading early Wednesday in a hard-fought election for control of the state’s largest school district.
The victory comes eight years after a group of candidates backed by the local Republican Party took control of the Douglas County school board.
The Tourism Improvement District is the first of its kind in the state. It will be funded with a 1 percent tax on hotel rooms.
The Denver Department of Environmental Health is no more, folks. Say hello to its hot new style: the Denver Department of Public Health and Environment.
Denver Election Results: The city is set to spend $937 million as voters give massive support to GO bonds
"What’s next? Starting tomorrow, we’ll get to work getting these repairs and improvements going," Mayor Michael Hancock said.
Environmental activists and green-minded builders appear to have succeeded in their unlikely quest to require rooftop vegetation.
All hail people aged 61 and older, you are the rightful rulers of Colorado, where the median age is about 36
I remember a lot of really great tweets and Facebook posts about how everyone was going to pay super close attention to local elections from now on.
A teachers union-funded independent expenditure committee called Brighter Futures for Denver Students made the claim in an election mailer.
A bilingual English language development teacher is vying to unseat an incumbent Denver school board member, who is a school finance lawyer, in District 3.
Two political newcomers are dueling for a wide-open school board seat in southwest Denver, a part of the city that has seen a lot of school changes.
Your Denver 2017 Election Guide: What you need to know about ballot measures and school board candidates
Because we know you want to be an engaged Denverite, we've got everything you didn't realize you wanted to know about your 2017 Denver ballot.
Denver wouldn't be a lone pioneer, but it would be out in front in terms of major U.S. cities requiring green roofs.
Question 2H is the 2017 Denver ballot measure you'll hear the least about -- but perhaps, like me, you'd like some context before you check yes or no.
Here's a guide to Denver Questions 2A, 2B, 2C, 2D, 2E, 2F and 2G on your 2017 ballot.
Denver voters will get to decide how they feel about green roofs but not how they feel about public financing of elections
The Green Roof Initiative would require that Denver rooftops sport living things when the building is above a certain size.