Denver's Union Station opened in 1881 as the largest structure west of the Mississippi.
- The city is going beyond the international standard in at least one area. It will require garages for new homes have the capacity to charge an electric car.Read more
For 29 years, Architectural Salvage has sold hardware, doors, lights and oddities from homes built before 1940.
- Police say the damage was done either late Sunday or early Monday.Read more
"So many city employees touch the general population and could play a role in spotting issues," said Don Mares, executive director of Denver’s Department of Human Services.
- Swedish Medical Center is asking about 2,900 people to be tested for hepatitis B and C and HIV because a former surgical technician may have stolen pain medication.Read more
- A Colorado Department of Corrections officer opened fire during the melee, but police haven't said whether he fired the fatal shot and have reported no arrests.Read more
The cities don't get a big check for winning -- instead they get "technical assistance" to develop food systems in their cities.