The proposal has the backing of the La Alma Lincoln Park Neighborhood Association, which submitted a letter of support to the city.
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2018 will bring jobs. In fact, CU's outlook is forecasting 47,100 new jobs.
Will tax cuts help? Colorado is already ranked for its favorable business tax environment by the Tax Foundation.
Meanwhile, Colorado's population grew by 11 percent from 2009 to 2016, to 5.55 million residents.
Donors were matched up with families fleeing civil war but say some cash they sent never arrived.
How do you balance homeownership, mineral rights and local control?
City Council President Albus Brooks, who represents the district the coffee shop is located in, speaks with CPR News about gentrification and displacement.
In May, the mall, and the Denver area, was hit with what’s considered the most expensive and destructive hailstorm in Colorado’s history.
The Metro Denver Economic Development Corp. released a heavily redacted 79-page document, entitled “Welcome to Your New Frontier.”
No price has been set yet, but it will be much higher than the $12.5 million the current owner paid for the property in 1995.
Places like Denver, Aurora, Douglas County, even Sterling, need firefighters, plumbers, chemists, mechanics and police officers
From Denver’s $937 million bond questions to Grand Junction’s third try asking for higher taxes to improve schools, here’s what we’re watching on Election Day.