• On The Road Again By Kailani Koenig-Muenster — 08/28/2008 The Obamas and Bidens will get back on the bus Friday morning. Barack Obama, Joe Biden, and their wives will embark on a 3-state bus tour of the Midwest.
  • Pyrotechnic Display Follows Obama Speech By Kailani Koenig-Muenster — 8/28/2008 Confetti is a convention cliché. But how about fireworks? Tonight there was plenty of both. Following Barack Obama’s acceptance speech of the Democratic nomination for president, a rotating blast of fireworks erupted from the top sections of Invesco Field in Denver.
  • It Was a Night Full of Promises By Magdalena Parker — 8/28/2008 Barack Obama is promising to change America. In his speech tonight at Invesco field at the DNC, the Democratic presidential nominee has promised to cut taxes for 95% of all American working families.
  • Electrifying Patriotism at Invesco Field By Magdalena Parker — 8/28/2008 Patriotism swept through Invesco Field tonight. There seemed to be more American flags then the tens of thousands Obama supporters in the stadium. The Democratic party’s first African-American presidential nominee came out onto the stage to wild cheers and loud chants of “Yes We Can!”
  • Richardson Brings The Noise By Elyce Taylor — 8/28/08 Shouts, shrieks and stomps were the sounds the crowd made when Bill Richardson spoke at the 2008 Democratic National Convention’s final event. And they had made the noise long before he introduced music legend Stevie Wonder. The New Mexico Governor had the people rocking all on his own. Richardson’s speech at Invesco Field was ...
  • Biden Says It’s Time For A Leader By Elyce Taylor — 8/28/2008 His punching gloves are ready. Senator Joe Biden has accepted the Democratic Vice President nomination and he’s raring to go.
  • Clinton Says Obama Is Ready By Elyce Taylor — 8/27/2008 The rumor mill has been silenced. Wednesday night former President Bill Clinton told Democrats Senator Barack Obama is ready to be Commander in Chief. This ends months of speculation about the level of support he will give Obama.
  • History Will Be Made at Invesco Field By Magdalena Parker — 8/28/2008 History will be made tonight in Denver. Senator Barack Obama will become the first African-American to run as a major political party’s presidential candidate. He will officially accept his party’s presidential nomination at Invesco Field.
  • Clinton Withdraws Her Name From Party Nomination By Magdalena Parker — 8/27/2008 Senator Hillary Clinton has withdrawn her name from the Democratic nomination for President of the United States.
  • The Next Generation By Kailani Koenig-Muenster — 8/27/08 They were louder than ever. This week in Denver, young people raised their voice in record numbers. Voters 35 and younger made up 15 percent of the convention’s total delegates. That’s up from 11 percent in 2004, and 9 percent in 2000.
  • Democrats Rally For Health Care Reform By Kailani Koenig-Muenster — 8/27/08 This morning the Democratic Party’s most prolific names gathered to proclaim their top priority for the coming year. Hillary Clinton was the star of the event called “Winning Health Care Reform in 2009.”
  • Biden Takes the Stage By Kailani Koenig-Muenster — 8/27/08 Senator Joe Biden will speak at the Democratic National Convention tonight in Denver. The Democrat from Delaware is Barack Obama’s running mate. Late last night Biden walked around the stage and podium after the majority of the delegates had left.
  • Obama Not Yet in Denver By Kailani Koenig-Muenster — 8/27/08 Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama is scheduled to arrive here in Denver tomorrow morning.  Right now he is still campaigning in Montana.  He is holding a discussion with military families.  It is called “Securing America’s Future.”  Last night he was in Montana watching the DNC proceedings in a supporter’s home. 
  • Warner Pushes Technology By Elyce Taylor — 8/26/2008 Mark Warner says technology is a top priority. Warner gave the keynote speech Tuesday night at the DNC. The former Virginia governor called upon the Democratic party to invest in science and technology. He electrified the crowd with success stories.
  • Hillary Rallies Hard For Obama By Kailani Koenig-Muenster — 8/26/2008 Tonight was Hillary’s night. She took the stage at the Pepsi Center in front of a gigantic blue screen broadcasting her name. Senator Clinton faced a thunderous ovation from thousands and a gigantic sea of Hillary signs. But even though this was her night, Ms. Clinton switched focus back to her former rival.
  • PUMA Hillary Clinton Supporters Make Convention Push By Kailani Koenig-Muenster — 8/25/2008 Barack Obama is the star of the DNC. But Hillary Clinton’s role is being constantly debated. The Democratic National Committee and most delegates have been rallying around Obama all week.
  • Police in Riot Gear Surround Protesters By Magdalena Parker — 8/26/2008 Seven o’clock hit and protesters began linking arms, getting ready to march under the evening sky of Denver. They flooded the streets outside of Civic Center Park, moving toward the 16th Street Mall and the Convention Center. Hundreds of police officers were dressed in riot gear and gas masks.
  • A Family Affair By Elyce Taylor — 8/25/08 It brought some to tears. Barack Obama’s half-sister Maya Soetoro-Ng spoke on DNC kickoff night. Although she was there in support of her brother, most of her words centered on her late mother.
  • President Carter Supports Obama By Elyce Taylor — August 25, 2008 Jimmy Carter believes in Barack Obama. Monday night the former President decided not to speak at the Democratic Convention but instead showed his support for the presidential candidate in a video tribute.
  • Cindy Sheehan Speaks Out By WEBN Staff — 8/25/08 There are two reasons that peace activist Cindy Sheehan is here in Denver. First, she has once again taken her leadership role in the anti-war movement. It is her way to honor her son Casey who was killed as a soldier in Iraq.
  • Protesters March on Denver By WEBN Staff — 8/25/08 All week long protestors will be marching througout Denver. One of the first ones took place on Sunday, August 24 when 1000 people demonstrated in the Recreate ’68 Rally.
  • Our Reporting Team is at the DNC! By WEBN Staff — 08/23/08 Our WEBN-TV reporters, producers, and photographers are in Denver covering all the action. They will bring you the sights and sounds of the Democratic Party, the protestors, and even the GOP who have all landed in the Mile High City.