Under a new proposal, the city would increase that surcharge on local cells and landlines from $0.70 to $1.20 per month.
Denver council is worried about future of the Elitch’s area, but they approved a high-density vision
Imagining 20 years into central Denver's future, council sees a new high-density neighborhood -- and "ripple" effects.
It's an open race in northwestern Denver's House District 4, where three candidates are running in the Democratic primary.
Three candidates are vying to represent the Democrats in Senate District 34 in northwestern Denver.
Albus Brooks defeats campaign finance complaint, in part because Denver rules allow government spending in elections
Denver Elections confirmed to Denverite that it would move to close the gap.
The plan calls for Xcel to deactivate the coal Comanche plants in Pueblo county, replacing them with about 525 megawatts of solar panels, plus storage.
The initiative would have asked the state's voters to decide whether to implement strict new limits on residential construction in Denver and neighboring counties.
Colorado voters will choose would-be successors to Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper, who is limited after two terms, in the June 26 primary election.
The two-wheel debate of 2018 is only beginning.
How three other bakeries — and a Colorado commissioner’s comments — helped decide the Masterpiece case
Colorado's legal process treated a Christian baker unfairly, according to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Drink 'em in the park if you got 'em in the park.
To celebrate summer, Denverite will be running a vote-based competition to highlight some of the most iconic and enjoyable trails and hikes on the Front Range.
"It's really anywhere. We don't have to be at the club for them to be harassed. We could be at the mall."
Jamie Torres and Annie Martínez are pursuing a rare open Denver City Council seat. Here's what they say they want to do.
One of the victims said that he had just left a nightclub with his boyfriend at the time of the attack near Capitol Hill.
For 90 years, the Tower of Memories has watched over Denver’s suburbs — and on Sunday you can go inside
It is 167 feet tall. And it is home to thousands of dead people.
Eric Glade is a transplant, but that didn't stop him from printing an estimated 1 million Colorado "NATIVE" bumper stickers.