Good morning! The high for Denver today is 81 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. It’s expected to stay in the 80s tomorrow, and then temperatures will begin to drop over several days, NWS expeccts.
It's unclear how many fur shops would be affected and workers affected by slaughterhouse closings would receive workforce training and other help.
After appointing interim heads of HOST, Mayor Mike Johnston has picked the director of the Metro Denver Homeless Initiative to lead the city's housing and homelessness department.
Pro-Palestinian protesters take over Denver City Council meeting ahead of national pro-Israel conference
More demonstrations are scheduled to take place this week, with the goal of disrupting and shutting down the event.
Two pieces are a result of new capital improvement projects. One was a community led effort that was later donated to the city.
We fished through more than 1,200 news stories about the lake off Tennyson, and hooked a whole lot of carp along the way.
Dr. Joshua Barocas says the current threshold of 20 degrees is not based in evidence or best practices and could lead to amputations and death.
Denver’s Parade of Lights will close a lot of downtown on Saturday. Here’s a map of streets to avoid
For parade-goers, expect a chilly, mostly sunny day.
Tennyson Street’s history: From its annexation and what’s in the name to the streetcar era and the fight over slot homes
Take a stroll down memory lane, and see how the neighborhood looks today.
More Denver Zoomers are living with their parents, while the number of Millennials at home has dropped
That's according to a November report from RentCafe.
Post-pandemic Denver traffic levels depended on where you were. Now they seem to be picking up everywhere
And some roads, like Peña Boulevard, are seeing a lot more traffic altogether.
This is a rabbit hole to end many rabbit holes.
"It's just a beacon for home."
Councilmember Stacie Gilmore resigns as homeless committee chair, frustrated by Mayor Mike Johnston’s homelessness response
“I'm not going to be an actor within this political drama,” she said.
In Denver, there have been 16 impairment-related fatal crashes this year through the end of October.
The site at 7525 E. Hampden Ave. has about 200 rooms and would be used for housing as part of the mayor’s House1000 initiative.
A Googie-style Country Gas building at the Brentwood Shopping Center in Harvey Park could be demolished
One mid-modern architecture preservationist says it's worth adapting the building to be something special and to keep history alive.
Denver weather: With freezing temps and snow rolling in on Thanksgiving, the city’s emergency shelters will open through the weekend
Here's how those in need can get into shelter.