On Tuesday we caught Anthony George helping a kid he met in the park snowboard down a patch of diehard snow on the incline that is oft-shredded when the powder is fresh. On this day, however, it’s a lovely opportunity for a few runs in a t-shirt.
Sergeant Joseph Rodarte has been suspended without pay pending the verdict in the criminal case against him.
Denver is opening La Alma Recreation Center’s showers to people experiencing homelessness two mornings a week
The pilot program is set to last until Dec. 21
Four Colorado state lawmakers talk human psychology, immigration, TABOR. Oh, and affordable housing.
It's not that they were ducking the issue — housing touches on so many aspects of our lives.
She joins Arnold Schwarzenegger as the latest celebrity to support voting "yes" on Amendment Y and Amendment Z.
Advocates claim victory as Denver Sheriff Department says it will waive a contested jail fee for some detainees
This comes on the heels of a lawsuit from the ACLU against Denver for unfair jailing practices.
La Alma/Lincoln Park residents have an idea about how to welcome change without washing away Santa Fe Drive’s flavor
One artist is building himself a new home with the art walk in mind.
A Denverite reader who described herself as a disabled senior who had just received an eviction notice asked us a question. The answer is this story.
The two major Colorado gubernatorial candidates debated at Colorado State University.
Lisa Calderón’s mayoral platform puts affordable housing and a less powerful mayor’s office front and center
The candidate said she will rely on "people power," not a fat bank account, during the campaign.
The state's most — well, only — competitive seat is inching closer to what will likely be a climatic ending.
One analyst reminds us that the last time Democrats held the governorship and both chambers of the legislature, they faced pretty significant pushback — and recalls.
You look at your TV and see Steph Curry pulling up over Paul George. You look outside, you want to hoop, but where to go? You have plenty of options.
Colorado polling: Unaffiliated voters prefer Jared Polis over Walker Stapleton by a pretty wide margin
Polis has a single-digit lead over Stapleton overall in the poll.
Proposition 109 leading Proposition 110, according to new polling on Colorado infrastructure initiatives
One measure would pay for improvements through bonding, the other through a tax increase.
If you were without power last night, I know where you live.
Denver police body camera footage shows officers firing into stopped car they wrongly thought was occupied by a fugitive
The Denver Police Department released the video taken in March following the district attorney's decision that the fatal shooting was justified. The department's own investigation of the incident is ongoing.
Clinica Tepeyac, serving Hispanic and low-income communities, will anchor a $250 million development in Globeville
Denver's Urban Land Conservancy owns the land that will be home to the clinic, housing, commercial and community space.
A heated Denver City Council meeting took a step toward guaranteeing affordable housing for 60 years rather than 20
Some of Denver's dwindling affordable homes come with a time limit, but council could extend it.
Developer Andrew Feinstein addressed concerns at a Cole Neighborhood Association meeting, saying the project is intended to meet community needs.
The art nonprofit held an open house at the recreation center, which it now runs after winning a four-year contract with the city.