Councilwoman Kendra Black wants Denver to use much more of its marijuana money to get housing built, and she's not alone.
"It’s really hard to write regulations that don’t end up having some unintended consequence. That's a challenge."
There is no sign that Denver is the victim of malicious activity like what happened in Atlanta.
The announcement comes just a week before the Denver City Council is set to consider the new housing plan Erik Soliván helped write.
Last October, the city of Denver bought itself a strip club on East Colfax for $1.3 million.
It's an early sign that the city's unusual new plan for density and affordable housing in the area is attracting developers.
The proposed deal, which would require the approval of the Denver City Council, would have Denver pay $20.5 million over the course of 30 years for the property.
Mayor Michael Hancock would like Denver to be the site of Amazon's second headquarters.
The two new shelters will collectively have room for several hundred people. They'll serve as a replacement for a current "overflow" shelter further east.
Try finding somewhere to park on a Friday night among RiNo's warehouses, bars and endless rows of cars on its sidewalk-less streets.
Denver International Airport vice president Eric Hiraga will become the next executive director of the Denver Office of Economic Development.
There's hardly any trace of them today, but the story of their rise and fall captures three distinct changes in Denver's history.
Denver Day Works proves many homeless people want to work. Now we’re seeing whether the program works for them.
Danny Tims Jr. is having an unusual midlife crisis. Or maybe he's solving it.