Starting November 19, 2022, a new exhibition The Sand Creek Massacre: The Betrayal that Changed Cheyenne and Arapaho People Forever, opens at the History Colorado Center in Denver.
Inflation in the Denver metro area decreased by 0.2 percent from July to September, according to federal data released Thursday.
(The Center Square) - Communities throughout the U.S. are experimenting with social programs that give a "guaranteed income" to some residents with few or no strings attached. An economics professor says universal income could be a more efficient use of taxpayer dollars if it replaces many of the more than 100 welfare programs already out there.
Denver Police Chief Paul Pazen made about $237,000 as head of the department in 2021. But Pazen, who recently announced he is retiring, wasn't close to being the highest paid city employee last year.
In 2021, the city of Denver released a report by a task force that took on police reform titled "Reimagining Policing And Public Safety." But few could have imagined the controversies involving the police that have transpired in the past two years.
Business groups are concerned about Denver's upcoming automatic minimum wage increase.
National Weather Service offices in Boulder and Pueblo are cautioning people in the eastern half of Colorado to be alert for potential flash flooding Sunday afternoon.
Denver's rental vacancy rate remains low compared to the national average as rents continue to increase.
Denver's tax revenue from marijuana sales increased 3 percent in 2021 to $72.4 million, according to the city's annual marijuana tax report.