Despite pending lawsuits, contracts for the City Park Golf Course redesign team were advanced by City Council committee members this week.
A prominent Denver developer and four other plaintiffs are suing the Federal Highway Administration over its decision to approve a major expansion of I-70 through north Denver.
The Colorado Department of Transportation unveiled a new career center Thursday aimed at getting residents in and around north Denver ready to work on Interstate 70.
The system includes heat sensors and video detection that would trigger the sprinklers if there are signs of a fire.
Colorado will begin shifting away from standardized tests developed as part of a controversial multi-state effort and toward tests developed mostly by Colorado educators.
Denver needs someone new to coordinate National Western Stock Show, Brighton Boulevard and other major projects
Anna Jones, the head of the North Denver Cornerstone Collaborative, is leaving her position after a little more than a year on the job.
On Tuesday, 11th graders across Colorado for the first time will take the new-look SAT, which is replacing the ACT as the mandatory state test for that grade.
A years-long controversy over what language Colorado schools should use to test the reading skills of young English language learners appears to be over.
He did not indicate whether he would support dropping the existing tests to better align with those given to other high school students.
Neighborhood plans describe the places Globeville and Elyria-Swansea could be, if there were enough money.
Swansea is kind of "like Mayberry." If Mayberry had to deal with marijuana grow operations and 18-wheelers on residential streets.
CDOT and city officials want a new I-70 through north Denver, 10 lanes wide, dug into the earth between Brighton and Colorado boulevards, with new 46th Street frontage roads on the north and south sides of the highway. Naturally, it's complicated.