Denmark clarifies the rules over dog-drawn vehicles, allowing them on areas covered by traffic laws.s
Google's Street View cars can now collect data that helps city planners and lets travelers avoid high-pollution trips.
Copenhagen floats an ambitious 50-year plan for a new island neighborhood and new transit links.
Denmark's government has agreed to study a possible overwater connection between its two main areas, on opposite sides of the Kattegat Sea
Norwegian surprises the industry with a tidy profit at a time when it was expected to report losses.
Harry Potter's owners cast an evil spell over a children's festival at the Odense public library.
The city's yellow ferries will give way to green (literally) and emission-free boats.
A wooden spiral walk to a nearly 150-foot tower will give visitors a unique view over a forest preserve.
A German excavation yields hundreds of coins and jewelry dating to the reign of Danish King Harald Bluetooth.
Sweden's new tax on air passengers has Denmark hoping for an upsurge in routes and arrivals as airlines shift destinations to avoid it.
Earlier springs are bringing storks north earlier, and letting them winter over further north than in the past.
Originally a summer-only attraction, Copenhagen's Tivoli Gardens is adding even more winter programming.
Denmark eliminates its last public payphones...so don't get caught without a well-charged phone of your own!
A Google project manager said "Where there's a wool, there's a way," and islanders convinced Google to add their homeland to Street View
A bus that disappeared from a tourist hotel in Copenhagen six weeks ago has been found, and suspects arrested.