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New apartment development in North Denver. (Photo by Allen Tian)

The Indy 500: The message behind Denver’s mixed election results

After Denver voters on Tuesday elected Mayor Michael Hancock to a third term but ousted three council members – two of them Hancock allies...

Northeast Denver school sheds ‘Stapleton’ name and is now DSST: Montview The name change...

A public charter school in northeast Denver is the latest institution to nix the word "Stapleton" from its name. DSST: Stapleton announced Thursday that its...

These charts show why more Denver schools could soon have too few students

As Denver families are pushed out by high housing costs, declining enrollment is emerging as a notable budget issue for the school district, signaling...

In Denver mayoral runoff, new Giellis backers proceed with caution Ousting Hancock is the...

Last Wednesday, the day after Denver’s municipal election, a few dozen members of the progressive Colorado Working Families Party gathered to debrief and to...
Coalmont Lek outside of Walden, CO

Guest Post: Secretary of the Interior – public citizen or private lobbyist? 'Climate...

The Coloradan nominated by President Trump to pick up the pieces from Ryan Zinke’s tumultuous tenure of the Department of Interior, David Bernhardt, knows...
Traffic congestion on I-25 northbound. (Photo by John Herrick)

CU Boulder scientist warns: Climate change is going to make Colorado’s transportation woes that...

Traffic, transit, and taxes — Colorado’s infrastructure woes have been front and center for years as the state tries to address population growth and...

Climate change report: Southwest to see more heat, water scarcity, fires and food insecurity...

This story was originally published by NM Political Report and is reprinted here with permission of the Report. Climate change is here. It’s human-caused. And it’s...

Two transportation measures are on Colorado’s ballot. Here’s how one could pay for rural...

Earlier this week, on a day threatening rain, a Denver police cruiser with its lights flashing drove slowly down Peoria Street in Montbello escorting...

Community pleads in vain with Denver board in bid to thwart I-70 construction plan

For nearly three hours on Thursday night, a steady stream of Denverites — citizens, activists, lawyers and politicians — implored the city’s Board of...

‘High tension, anger’ expected as Denver weighs plan for noisy overnight work on I-70

The contractor on the I-70 expansion through Denver is hoping a new sound barrier and a shorter construction timeline will appease the politicians and...
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