The newest horse in the Denver Police Department’s Mounted Patrol Unit is awaiting a name.
The first hints of spring are in the air, which means the summer season of sporting events and concerts at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City is just around the corner.
Based on concerns expressed by individuals and organizations in Denver following President Trump’s Jan. 28 travel ban, Mayor Michael Hancock gathered the city officials and top law enforcement officers for a community information session clarifying Denver’s policies.
In four separate incidents from Dec. 31 through Feb. 7, numerous residents of the Northfield Apartments, an income-qualified rental complex in Conservatory Green, had their tires slashed. In total, 54 vehicles in the parking lot and surrounding streets were vandalized by an unknown suspect(s), with some vehicles damaged more than once.
Between dusk on January 21st and dawn on January 22nd, ten animals at The Urban Farm at Stapleton were violently killed, including goats, sheep, and two rabbits.
Advocacy by Northeast Transportation Connections (NETC) has resulted in a city of Denver decision to install pedestrian and bicycle yield signs at the I-70 off-ramps’ intersection with Central Park Blvd.
The I-70 expansion project, from I-25 to Tower Road, received a major boost Jan. 19 when the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) announced its “record of decision” (ROD) ending the federal review process of the highway project and its environmental impacts.
On Dec. 14, the staff at Staybridge Suites at 8101 E. Northfield Blvd. were cleaning rooms when they discovered several boxes/packages with different names and addresses in one of the rooms.
Vandals defaced Stapleton’s Isabella Bird school with a swastika and other offensive graffiti over the weekend of November 18th.