It was a smaller crowd compared to the first event in 2017, but a lot has changed since then.
The city attorney's office believes the ban is constitutional, though a judge ruled it is not.
What to know about Denver’s 2020 MLK Day parade — and the dueling event from Black Lives Matter and the Poor People’s Campaign
Some disagree with how the city government honors the civil rights hero.
Business closures signal change on South Pearl, including a potential mandate for street-level activity
Palizo Italiano, Hanson's Grill & Tavern and Platt Park Tavern all closed between November and December.
You’re damn right this Park Hill ‘tuberculosis house’ is historic. A KKK adversary and a mountaineering giant lived there.
Yeah, there are reasons this place will probably be preserved.
Lego my week and gimme the weekend.
Mayor Michael Hancock and others boasted about the plan while showing off a neighborhood bikeway, which is not a bike lane, but is still good for people on bikes.
If you know how to chip away at the housing crisis, a bank and an affordable housing developer might give you money to try it
Denver-based leaders at Wells Fargo and Enterprise Community Partners are accepting applications.
Streetsblog Denver will no longer employ a full-time reporter as a coalition of advocacy groups takes over operations
The site will continue under the auspices of the Denver Streets Partnership, which brings together advocacy groups such as WalkDenver, Bicycle Colorado and the Colorado Cross-Disability Coalition.
As Whittier locals start getting mail again, the U.S. Postal Service can’t account for what went wrong
Service interruptions followed an attack on a mail carrier but were only supposed to last one day.
“If we’re all walking around yelling at each other we won’t get anything done. We’ve got to figure out how to channel that energy."
The change would not repeal the city’s pit bull ban but would allow the animals to be kept in the city.
“Since we have no cooperation at the Denver justice center, we are modifying our tactics to produce information.”
Denver district attorney says August 2019 police shooting that killed Juan Carlos Macias was an act of self-defense
Denver police officer Thomas Schmidt shot Juan Carlos Macias, who allegedly shot at an officer.
Let’s check in on the activist behind the ban on the camping ban now that Denver’s government says it will resume enforcement
"I'm not advocating for people to sleep outside. I'm saying, if the system has failed them, they have a right to do what they need to do to survive."
In “definitely not a sweep,” Denver police close Lincoln Memorial Park, ask people to remove their tents
They're telling people they need to pack up and leave over "environmental health" concerns. And rats.
Despite the most transparent public-private partnership effort to date, there's still a lot we don't know about how much taxpayers could pay for in the National Western Center remodel.
The city believes there will be a bunch of new projects thanks to a decision voters made in 2017.
$200,000 worth of murals celebrating weeds — not weed — will grow on vintage Lakewood apartment complex
The Lamar Station Apartments are located along the 40 West ArtLine.
New Baker all-day brunch spot Bistro Colorado opening in February on Broadway near the French fry stack
The space at 675 S. Broadway was formerly used for Art Institute culinary training.